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Ophelia (Claude Chabrol, 1963)

“Claude Chabrol’s ironic and elegiac take on Shakespeare’s Hamlet makes its Region A Blu-ray debut with a gorgeous transfer and little else.” Read the review over at Slant Magazine.

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The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (Riccardo Freda, 1964)

“An essential title for fans of Italian Gothic cinema, The Horrible Dr. Hichcock gets a reasonably good-looking, if barebones, Blu-ray release from Olive Films.” Read the entire review on Slant Magazine.

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A New Leaf (Elaine May, 1971)

“Turn it over how you will: A New Leaf looks better than ever in another one of Olive Films’ barebones Blu-ray packages.” Read my review of Elaine May’s terrific blackish comedy, out this week on Blu-ray from Olive Films, at … Continue reading

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Private Hell 36 (Don Siegel, 1954)

“Middling noir bolstered by strong central performances and some canny subtext, Private Hell 36 looks reasonably spiffy in Olive Film’s no-frills Blu-ray package.” Read my review of Don Siegel’s hit-or-miss noir, out last week on Blu-ray from Olive Films, at … Continue reading

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