Kino Lorber Studio Classics has unveiled the details of their June 2020 Blu-Ray releases including works from legendary directors such as William Castle, Kathryn Bigelow, Bob Clark and more. Get all the details on this incredibly packed lineup below:


Let’s Kill Uncle


Street Date: 6/2/20

Synopsis: From cult filmmaker/producer William Castle, the director of House on Haunted Hill, The Tingler, 13 Ghosts, Homicidal, Strait-Jacket and The Night Walker, comes this wonderful horror-comedy starring Nigel Green (The Ipcress File, The Pink Jungle). A 12-year-old orphan (Pat Cardi, Horror High) who has just inherited a fortune is trapped on an island with his uncle, a former British intelligence commander who intends to kill him. A young girl (Mary Badham, Scout Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird) is the boy’s only ally against his sarcastic and sadistic uncle, who uses hypnotism, a pool of sharks, fire, and poisonous mushrooms as weapons. Beautifully shot by Harold Lipstein (Never Steal Anything Small).

Bonus Features: Brand New 2K Master | Mr. Castle and Me: NEW Interview with Actor Pat Cardi | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Kat Ellinger and Mike McPadden | Two Theatrical Trailers | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Optional English Subtitles


They Came From Beyond Space


Street Date: 6/2/20

Synopsis: From Freddie Francis, the legendary director of The Evil of Frankenstein, Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors, The Skull, The Psychopath, The Deadly Bees and Tales That Witness Madness, and Milton Subotsky, the acclaimed screenwriter of Dr. Who and the Daleks, I, Monster, Tales from the Crypt, The Vault of Horror and At the Earth’s Core, comes this fast-paced sci-fi thriller in the tradition of Invasion of the Body Snatchers! When meteorites crash-land in the perfect formation of the letter V, the Ministry of Extraterrestrial Life on Other Planets (MELOP) springs into action! Britain’s leading professor on the subject is in charge of finding out what’s going on before it’s too late. Fortunately, he’s got a metal plate in his head which prevents the aliens from taking over his mind and forcing him into slave labor on the moon! They Came from Beyond Space is an out-of-this-world, out-of-your-mind sci-fi sensation!

Bonus Features: Brand New 4K Master | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian David Del Valle and Filmmaker David DeCoteau | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema III
[Abandoned / The Lady Gambles / The Sleeping City]



Street Date: 6/9/20

This collection features three film noir classics.

ABANDONED (1949) – Noir great Dennis O’Keefe (T-Men, Raw Deal, Cover Up) and Gale Storm (Between Midnight and Dawn) expose a baby-selling racket in the searing crime drama Abandoned, co-starring Jeff Chandler (Man in the Shadow) and Raymond Burr (Pitfall). When Paula Considine (Storm) arrives in Los Angeles to find her sister Mary, she soon learns the unwed mother is dead and her newborn infant is missing. Teaming up with a cynical reporter named Mark Sitko (O’Keefe), Paula discovers Mary was the victim ofa black market adoption ring run by Mrs. Leona Donner (Marjorie Rambeau, Torch Song) and her sleazy assistant Kerric (Burr). Hoping to entrap the pair, Paula and Sitko devise a plan but the sting operation proves to have deadly consequences. This classic film noir was beautifully shot by William H. Daniels (Woman in Hiding) and wonderfully directed by Joseph M. Newman (711 Ocean Drive), with top-notch supporting performances by Jeanette Nolan (Macbeth) and Mike Mazurki (Murder, My Sweet).

THE LADY GAMBLES (1949) – From Michael Gordon, the outstanding director of The Web, An Act of Murder, Woman in Hiding, Cyrano de Bergerac, Pillow Talk and Portrait in Black, comes this classic film noir starring screen legend Barbara Stanwyck (Double Indemnity, Witness to Murder) as a once respectable and vibrant wife who has become a desperately out-of-control high-roller gambler. A chance visit into a Las Vegas casino introduces Joan Boothe (Stanwyck) to the seductive allure of poker and the craps table. All too soon, she ignores her devoted husband (Robert Preston, Wake Island, This Gun for Hire) and older sister (Edith Barrett, I Walked with a Zombie) as she compulsively chases after hard-hearted Lady Luck. Beautifully shot by Russell Metty (Touch of Evil) and featuring a stellar supporting cast that includes Stephen McNally (Diplomatic Courier), John Hoyt (O.S.S.), Leif Erickson (On the Waterfront) and Tony Curtis (6 Bridges to Cross).

THE SLEEPING CITY (1950) – Drug pushing and gambling set the stage for murder in The Sleeping City, a hardboiled film-noir thriller shot on the streets of New York. When a doctor is shot dead outside Bellevue Hospital, detective Fred Rowen (Richard Conte, Cry of the City, Thieves’ Highway) is assigned to find the killer. Posing as an intern, Rowen is befriended by the hospital’s elevator operator and a ward nurse (Coleen Gray, Kiss of Death, Nightmare Alley) he begins to date. As his investigation continues and potential witnesses wind up dead, Rowen finds himself next on the murderer’s list when he uncovers a narcotics ring. Suddenly, everyone is a suspect and he doesn’t know whom he can trust! Written by Jo Eisinger (Gilda, Night and the City) and directed by George Sherman (Larceny, Big Jake).

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Samm Deighan (Abandoned) | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Kat Ellinger (The Lady Gambles) | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Imogen Sara Smith (The Sleeping City) | Optional English Subtitles | Theatrical Trailers


Western Classics
[When the Daltons Rode / The Virginian / Whispering Smith]


Street Date: 6/9/20

This collection features three classic 1940s westerns.

WHEN THE DALTONS RODE (1940) – From George Marshall, the acclaimed director of Destry Rides Again, The Ghost Breakers, Murder, He Says, The Blue Dahlia and Pillars of the Sky, comes this western classic based on the legend of the notorious Dalton Gang. Screen legend Randolph Scott (Western Union, 7 Men from Now) co-stars with Kay Francis (Trouble in Paradise), Brian Donlevy (Beau Geste), George Bancroft (Old Ironsides), Broderick Crawford (Night People) and Andy Devine (Canyon Passage). When young lawyer Tod Jackson (Scott) arrives in pioneer-era Kansas, he learns his rancher friends, Grat and Bob Dalton (Donlevy and Crawford), are in danger of losing their land in a crooked development deal. Jackson tries to help them, but a fake murder charge turns the Daltons into outlaws. Now, Jackson is trapped between duty to his friends and obligation to the law in this action-filled western adventure.

THE VIRGINIAN (1946) – Based on the best-selling love story of the West, The Virginian stars screen legend Joel McCrea (Ride the High Country) as a local ranch hand who risks losing his best friend and the woman he loves when forced into a showdown with ruthless cattle thieves. When Molly Wood (Barbara Britton, Albuquerque), a well-educated Easterner, arrives in a small Wyoming town to be the new schoolteacher, the Virginian (McCrea) and his best friend, Steve (Sonny Tufts, The Crooked Way), immediately vie for her affection. Against the warnings of his friend, Steve falls in with the corrupt Trampas’ (Brian Donlevy, When the Daltons Rode) gang and is caught cattle rustling. The Virginian must choose between their friendship or upholding the severe laws of the West. Beautifully shot in glorious Technicolor by Harry Hallenberger (Louisiana Purchase), this action-packed western directed by veteran editor Stuart Gilmore (The Half-Breed) is classic storytelling at its best.

WHISPERING SMITH (1948) – Screen legend Alan Ladd (Shane, The Badlanders) heads up a superior cast in this riveting, heart-pounding tale of crime and punishment. Luke “Whispering” Smith (Ladd) is a by-the-book, no-nonsense railroad detective who learns his friend, Murray Sinclair (Robert Preston, Abandoned), has been fired from his railroad job. Seeking vengeance, Sinclair begins helping outlaw Barney Rebstock (Donald Crisp, How Green Was My Valley) to loot the railroads. Now, Smith must find and bring his old friend to justice at any cost, in this suspenseful western filled with pistol-packing action. Whispering Smith was beautifully shot in Technicolor by Ray Rennahan (Blood and  Sand, The Paleface) and wonderfully directed by Leslie Fenton (Streets of Laredo, The Redhead and the Cowboy).

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Toby Roan (When the Daltons Rode) | NEW Audio commentary by Author/Film Historian Lee Gambin and Actress/Film Historian Rutanya Alda (The Virginian) | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Critic and Author Simon Abrams (Whispering Smith) | Optional English Subtitles | Theatrical Trailers


Deanna Durbin Collection I
[100 Men and a Girl / Three Smart Girls Grow Up / It Started with Eve]


Street Date: 6/9/20

This collection features three classic films starring screen legend Deanna Durbin.

100 MEN AND A GIRL (1937) – Durbin shines in 100 Men and a Girl, a delightful story of an inventive and determined young woman who will stop at nothing to get what she wants. The daughter of an unemployed musician, Patricia Cardwell (Durbin) decides she will persuade conductor Leopold Stokowski to help her launch an orchestra that will employ her widowed father (Adolphe Menjou, The Front Page) and 99 other out-of-work musicians. Though faced with this seemingly impossible task, Patricia leads her unemployed orchestra to the home of the unsuspecting Stokowski and conducts them in Liszt’s “Second Hungarian Rhapsody” from the top of his staircase. His reaction is priceless, as are the numerous musical numbers, including “It’s Raining Sunbeams” and “A Heart That’s Free.” This enchanting musical treat is a triumphant celebration of Hollywood and a tribute to one of the cinema’s best-loved stars.

3 SMART GIRLS GROW UP (1939) – Penny (Durbin) has a knack for matchmaking and realizes that her own two sisters Joan (Nan Grey) and Kay (Helen Parrish) could use her help since one of them is in love with the other’s boyfriend. In attempting to manipulate the situation so that both sisters end up with the ideal fiancé, Penny only creates further problems until her father is forced to intervene on her behalf. Often noted as Durbin’s first young adult role, this breezy, lighthearted entry co-stars Robert Cummings (The Bride Wore Boots), Charles Winninger (Nothing Sacred) and William Lundigan (Follow Me Quietly).

IT STARTED WITH EVE (1941) brings together the exceptional talents of Durbin and Charles Laughton (Witness for the Prosecution) in a hilarious misadventure of love and romance. An old millionaire (Laughton), believed to be in his final days, wishes to meet the young lady that his son Johnny (Robert Cummings, The Bride Wore Boots) is planning to wed. When the future bride-to-be is unavailable, the dutiful son finds a quick replacement in a random hat check girl (Durbin). Surprisingly, she quickly steals his heart and when his father makes a remarkable recovery, Johnny must juggle the phony bride-to-be with the newly arrived true bride of his heart. It Started with Eve is a priceless cinematic gem! All three films were directed by the great Henry Koster (The Bishop’s Wife, The Robe).

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Stephen Vagg (100 Men and a Girl) | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Samm Deighan (It Started with Eve) | Optional English Subtitles | Theatrical Trailers


Morgan, A Suitable Case For Treatment


Street Date: 6/16/20

Synopsis: From Karel Reisz, the renowned director of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Night Must Fall, Isadora, The Gambler, Who’ll Stop the Rain, The French Lieutenant’s Woman and Sweet Dreams, comes this cult classic starring screen great Vanessa Redgrave (Julia, Mary, Queen of Scots) and legendary character actor David Warner (Cross of Iron, Perfect Friday) in one of his few starring roles. A gorilla-fixated artist with distinctly anarchist tendencies, Morgan (Warner) tries to regain the affections of his divorced wife Leonie (Redgrave) by variously kidnapping her, attempting to blow up her future mother-in-law and attacking her fiancé (Robert Stephens, Sherlock Holmes of Billy Wilder’s The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes). Cut with scenes from King Kong and Tarzan films, Morgan’s depiction of madness, dark humor and vintage performances made it one of the wildest, funniest and most provocative comedies of the ’60s. Nominated for two Oscars: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Redgrave) and Best Costume Design, Black-and-White (Jocelyn Rickards).

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Entertainment Journalist and Author Bryan Reesman | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Trailers


Mary, Queen of Scots


Street Date: 6/16/20

Synopsis: Acting legends Vanessa Redgrave (Isadora, Julia) and Glenda Jackson (Women in Love, The Maids) star in this sweeping portrait of two of the world’s most fascinating leaders, Mary, Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth I of England. Redgrave earned an Academy Award nomination for her stunning portrayal of Mary, who returns to her troubled homeland following the death of her husband, the King of France. From the moment Mary reclaims her throne, Elizabeth (Jackson) seeks to oust her, fearful that Mary will one day have a son who will ultimately rule both countries. Aided by Mary’s deceitful brother (Patrick McGoohan, Ice Station Zebra), Elizabeth schemes to arrange an ill-fated marriage between Scotland’s queen and a vain nobleman (Timothy Dalton, The Lion in Winter) with allegiance to Tudor England. Mary and Elizabeth’s undaunted quests for power leave a trail of deception, murder and holy war. Directed by Charles Jarrott (Anne of the Thousand Days) and co-starring Nigel Davenport (Play Dirty), Trevor Howard (Outcast of the Islands), Daniel Massey (Star!), Ian Holm (Alien) and Andrew Keir (Quatermass and the Pit), Mary, Queen of Scots was nominated for 5 Academy Awards, including Art Direction-Set Decoration, Costume Design and Score (by the great John Barry, The Ipcress File).

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian and Critic Sergio Mims | Isolated Music Only Track with Commentary by Film Historians Nick Redman and Jon Burlingame | 1971 Promotional Featurette | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


Isadora


Street Date: 6/16/20

Synopsis: From Karel Reisz, the legendary director of Night Must Fall, Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment, Who’ll Stop the Rain and The French Lieutenant’s Woman, comes this film biography of the pioneering dancer Isadora Duncan starring screen great Vanessa Redgrave (Mary, Queen of Scots, Julia) in a bold, Oscar nominated performance. This engrossing story follows Isadora through years of triumph and tragedy including her taboo-breaking performances, shocking love affairs, and scandalous public behavior. Co-starring Jason Robards (A Thousand Clowns) and James Fox (Performance) and featuring a haunting score by the masterful Maurice Jarre (Doctor Zhivago), Isadora offers a fascinating look at one of history’s most beautiful and talented women who became known as the high priestess of modern dance.

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Allan Arkush and Filmmaker/Historian Daniel Kremer | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


The Last Valley


Street Date: 6/23/20

Synopsis: From acclaimed writer/director James Clavell (Shogun, The Great Escape, To Sir, with Love, The Satan Bug), the stirring war epic The Last Valley stars screen greats Michael Caine (The Ipcress File, Kidnapped) and Omar Sharif (Juggernaut, Doctor Zhivago). As the Thirty Years’ War rages through 17th-century Germany, a fierce captain (Caine) lays waste to any village his army encounters. But when he arrives in an undisturbed valley where he meets a beautiful peasant girl (Florinda Bolkan, Flavia the Heretic), his long-dead memories of peace and happiness are reawakened. As war closes in, will he heed its call… or fight for the new life he has found? This powerful film is both a magnificent spectacle and an intensely personal story of love, friendship and loss. Co-starring Nigel Davenport (Mary, Queen of Scots), Per Oscarsson (Endless Night) and Arthur O’Connell (Anatomy of a Murder), with a rousing score by the great John Barry (The Lion in Winter) and top-notch cinematography by Norman Warwick (The Abominable Dr. Phibes) and John Wilcox (Dr. Who and the Daleks).

Bonus Features: Brand New HD Master | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Trailers


Caravans


Street Date: 6/23/20

Synopsis: From James Fargo, the director of The Enforcer, Every Which Way but Loose, Game for Vultures and Forced Vengeance, comes this epic action-adventure starring screen legend Anthony Quinn (Across 110th Street, The Guns of Navarone). Set in the fictional Middle Eastern country of Zadestan in 1948, Caravans tells the story of young diplomat Mark Miller (Michael Sarrazin, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?), who is ordered by Ambassador Crandall (Joseph Cotten, Portrait of Jennie) and the U.S. Embassy’s CIA liaison man Richardson (Barry Sullivan, Planet of the Vampires) to find the missing daughter, Ellen Jasper (Jennifer O’Neill, The Reincarnation of Peter Proud), of an influential U.S. senator. Once he locates her, he must convince her to leave the revolutionary Zulffiqar’s (Quinn) nomadic tribe. An alliance forms between Mark and Zulffiqar, yet dangerous secrets unfold as Mark discovers that the tribe leader is actually the head of a gun-running caravan. Mark and Ellen are caught in a web of murder and intrigue as they try to escape. Screen great Christopher Lee (Arabian Adventure) heads a strong supporting cast that includes Jeremy Kemp (Sudden Terror) and Iranian cinema legend Behrouz Vossoughi (The Invincible Six).

Bonus Features: NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Evgueni Mlodik | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


Murder by Decree (Special Edition)


Street Date: 6/23/20

Synopsis: From Bob Clark, the acclaimed director of Dead of Night, Black Christmas, Breaking Point, Tribute, Porky’s and A Christmas Story, comes this horrifying murder-mystery which pits legendary detective Sherlock Holmes against the notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper! When Scotland Yard is unable to stop the gruesome rampage of Jack the Ripper, a citizens’ committee asks Sherlock Holmes (Christopher Plummer, The Silent Partner) and his trusted associate Dr. John H. Watson (James Mason, The Man Between) to investigate. Now the brilliant pair must follow a terrifying trail of clues that includes a frightened psychic (Donald Sutherland, The Great Train Robbery), a suspicious inspector (David Hemmings, Juggernaut), an institutionalized woman (Geneviève Bujold, Coma) and the Prime Minister of England (John Gielgud, Murder on the Orient Express). But even if Holmes and Watson’s remarkable powers of deduction can unmask the maniacal fiend, are they prepared to face the most shocking secret of all? Find out in this masterful suspense thriller that both fans and critics have called the most exciting and original Sherlock Holmes movie ever made! The Stellar cast also include Susan Clark (Coogan’s Bluff), Anthony Quayle (Guns of Navarone), and Frank Finlay (Lifeforce).

Bonus Features: Brand New HD Master | Audio Commentary with Director Bob Clark | NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger and Steve Mitchell | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


Not for Publication


Street Date: 6/30/20

Synopsis: From cult filmmaker Paul Bartel, the director of Private Parts, Death Race 2000, Cannonball, Eating Raoul, Lust in the Dust and Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, comes this hilarious comedy starring Nancy Allen (Blow Out, RoboCop) and David Naughton (An American Werewolf in London, Midnight Madness). Tabloid reporter Lois Thornedyke (Allen) and her photographer Barry Denver (Naughton) stumble upon evidence of a sex scandal, blackmail and political conspiracy that may involve her lover Franklyn (Laurence Luckinbill, The Boys in the Band), the saintly Mayor of New York City. She attempts to use the exposé as leverage to up her journalistic career in this classic 1980s sex comedy that co-stars Alan Rosenberg (The Wanderers) and Paul Bartel as a TV director.

Bonus Features: Brand New 4K Master | NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Allan Arkush and Filmmaker/Historian Daniel Kremer | 16-Minute Documentary About Actor/Filmmaker Paul Bartel Featuring Interviews with Roger Corman, John Landis, Tab Hunter and Others | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills


Street Date: 6/30/20

Synopsis: From cult filmmaker Paul Bartel, the director of Private Parts, Death Race 2000, Cannonball, Eating Raoul, Not for Publication and Lust in the Dust, comes this hilarious comedy starring Jacqueline Bisset (The Mephisto Waltz), Ray Sharkey (The Idolmaker), Mary Woronov (Night of the Comet), Robert Beltran (Lone Wolf McQuade), Ed Begley Jr. (Transylvania 6-5000), Wallace Shawn (The Princess Bride), Arnetia Walker (TV’s Nurses), Paul Bartel (The Pope Must Diet), Paul Mazursky (A Man, a Woman and a Bank), Rebecca Schaeffer (TV’s My Sister Sam), Barret Oliver (D.A.R.Y.L.), Susan Saiger (Get Crazy) and music legend Michael Feinstein. What happens when two neurotic, comically complicated Beverly Hills families share one mansion for a single weekend? Newly-widowed sitcom queen Clare (Bisset) and her best friend, freshly divorced socialite Lisabeth (Woronov), are about to have the times and temptations of their lives. In the servants’ quarters, Clare’s houseboy (Beltran) and Lisabeth’s servant (Sharkey) have a bet: whichever man seduces the other’s rich, single and tantalizing employer first is the winner. No rules restrain the delicious fun in Bartel’s riotous romp where it’s just another weekend of shameless sexual adventures, ill-fated romances and an accidental death.

Bonus Features: Brand New 2K Master | NEW Interview with Robert Beltran | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer

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Ten Little Indians


Street Date: 6/30/20

Synopsis: Based on the terrifying suspense novel by Agatha Christie (Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile, Ordeal by Innocence, Witness for the Prosecution, The Mirror Crack’d and Endless Night) and featuring a stellar cast that includes Donald Pleasence (The Black Windmill), Brenda Vaccaro (Midnight Cowboy), Herbert Lom (Return from the Ashes), Paul L. Smith (Haunted Honeymoon), Sarah MaurThorp (River of Death) and Frank Stallone (Heart of Midnight). Ten strangers are summoned to a remote African safari by a mysterious host and find themselves trapped and isolated in their hunting camp. The absent host’s recorded voice then reveals why he’s gathered his baffled guests: to wreak grisly vengeance for the death each of them has caused! As predicted in the children’s rhyme “Ten Little Indians,” one by one, each of the victims meets a gruesome death at the hands of an unseen assailant. This classic mystery sends the viewer off on an expedition into epic suspense only Agatha Christie could devise!

Bonus Features: Brand New 2K Master | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer


Wild Palms


Street Date: 6/30/20

Synopsis: From executive producer Oliver Stone (Blue Steel, Freeway) comes this sexy and surreal five-part mini-series based in a neo-noir Los Angeles of the future. Harry Wyckoff (James Belushi, Retroactive, Real Men) is about to become a player in a dark and terrifying battle where everything is at stake and no one is who they seem. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow (Strange Days), Keith Gordon (A Midnight Clear), Peter Hewitt (Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey) and Phil Joanou (State of Grace), Wild Palms is a haunting sci-fi saga of greed, treason and virtual reality. Beautifully shot by Phedon Papamichael (Ford v Ferrari), with a rousing score by Ryuichi Sakamoto (The Revenant) and an all-star cast that includes Dana Delany (Exit to Eden), Robert Loggia (Lost Highway), Kim Cattrall (Unforgettable), Angie Dickinson (Dressed to Kill), Ernie Hudson (The Crow), Bebe Neuwirth (Malice), Nick Mancuso (Rapid Fire), David Warner (Morgan!), Ben Savage (TV’s Boy Meets World), Bob Gunton (The Shawshank Redemption), Robert Morse (The Loved One), Brad Dourif (Hidden Agenda), Charles Rocket (Miracles) and Charles Hallahan (The Thing).

Bonus Features: Brand New 2K Master | NEW Audio Commentary by Star James Belushi & Executive Producer/Writer/Creator Bruce Wagner (Pilot Episode: Everything Must Go) | Audio Commentary by Star Dana Delany & Executive Producer/Writer/Creator Bruce Wagner (Episode: Rising Sons) | Two NEW Audio Commentaries by Director Keith Gordon (Episodes: The Floating World & Hungry Ghosts) | NEW Audio Commentary by Director Phil Joanou (Episode: Hello, I Must Be Going) | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc


Narrow Margin (Special Edition)


Street Date: 6/30/20

Synopsis: From Peter Hyams, the acclaimed writer/director of Busting, Capricorn One, Outland, The Star Chamber and 2010, comes this suspenseful remake of the classic 1952 film noir. Screen legend Gene Hackman (The Package, Mississippi Burning) stars as an L.A. District Attorney attempting to take an unwilling murder witness (Anne Archer, The Naked Face) back to the United States to testify against a top-level mob boss. Frantically attempting to escape two deadly hitmen sent to silence her, they board a Vancouver-bound train only to find the killers are onboard with them. For the next 20 hours, as the train hurls through the beautiful but isolated Canadian wilderness, a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues in which their ability to tell a friend from foe is a matter of life and death. James B. Sikking (The Pelican Brief), J.T. Walsh (Needful Things), M. Emmet Walsh (Retroactive), Susan Hogan (Phobia) and Harris Yulin (The Midnight Man) co-star in this action-packed thriller.

Bonus Features: Brand New 4K Master | Audio Commentary by Cinematographer/Screenwriter/Director Peter Hyams| NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian and Critic Peter Tonguette | Making of Featurette | Selected Sound Bites | B-Rolls | 5.1 Surround and 2.0 Lossless Audio | Optional English Subtitles | Dual-Layered BD50 Disc | Theatrical Trailer

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