Category Archives: Recent Arrival
La Dolce Vita, 1960. Frederico Fellini’s famed drama about a reporter and the people he meets in Rome. We have the Criterion Collection version of this film. Click this link to see all the special features. https://www.criterion.com/films/28619-la-dolce-vita
Geronimo, 1993. Wes Studi stars in this movie about the Apache chief Geronimo’s armed resistance to the US government’s efforts to relocate his people to a reservation. Gene Hackman and Robert Duvall also star.
Umbrellas of Cherbourg, 1964. This French musical stars Catherine Deneuve as a young woman falling in love for the first time. Check out Criterion Collections’ description at https://www.criterion.com/films/27933-the-umbrellas-of-cherbourg
The Forbidden Room, 2015. Guy Maddin’s latest film was nominated for several Canadian Screen Awards and won awards at two film festivals.
Calvary, 2014. Brendan Gleeson portrays a priest who is threatened by a parishioner.
Ladyhawke, 1985. An eighties classic fantasy film staring Michelle Pfeiffer.
Lionheart, 1987. Eric Stoltz stars as a young knight leading orphans away from the dangerous Black Prince and to safety with Richard the Lionheart.
Woman in Red, 1935. Barbara Stanwyck stars as a recently married woman who tries to avoid a scandal.
Panic in the Streets, 1950. Richard Widmark and Paul Douglas have two days to find all the New Orleans residents who came in contact with a plague ridden corpse.
Funny Lady, 1975. Sequel to Funny Girl this film continues to tell the life story of Fanny Brice. Barbra Streisand stars with James Caan.
Eagle Has Landed, 1976. Fictional story of a German plot to kidnap Winston Churchill during World War II. Based on a Jack Higgins novel, the film stars Michael Caine, Robert Duvall and Donald Sutherland.
Once Were Warriors, 1994. Back on DVD after a long absence, this New Zealand film is about domestic violence and social issues among Maori descendants.
Ma & Pa Kettle films, 1947-1957. This funny film series stars Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride in ten on-screen adventures. Reacquaint yourself with hard working Ma and hardly ever working Pa.
Summertime, 1955. Katherine Hepburn portrays a lonely American woman who finds love in Italy. A beautiful film directed by David Lean. We have the Criterion DVD version of the film. To read more, click on the link to the Criterion … Continue reading
Brand Upon the Brain, 2006. A son returns to his childhood home to fulfill his mother’s dying wish. Winnipeg born Guy Maddin directed and co-wrote this unusual film.