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373 Films.

24 Hour Party People24 Hour Party People (2002)
A serio–comic music industry biopic about one Tony Wilson, founder of the legendary Factory record label and the Hacienda Club, that provides a…
DVD $25 (2-disc set)
42nd Street42nd Street (1933)
The definitive backstage musical, centered around a chorus girl's shot at stardom when the leading lady twists her ankle. Busby Berkeley wrote the…
DVD $20
84 Charing Cross Road84 Charing Cross Road (1987)
Book–loving New Yorker Anne Bancroft corresponds with London bookseller Anthony Hopkins in the decades following WWII, leading to some platonic…
DVD $20 (import)
A Few Good MenA Few Good Men (1992)
Tom Cruise portrays another upstart lawyer brat who is called to defend the alleged murderers of a fellow army cadet. Blame soon veers to the very…
DVD $20
A Star Is BornA Star Is Born (1937)
The first version of this since twice–remade tale of Hollywood tragedy is non–musical, developing a more critical edge to accompany the…
DVD $20
A Town Like AliceA Town Like Alice (1956)
Based on Neville Shute's 1950s bestseller, this WWII drama opens with the fall of Singapore and the internment of Virginia McKenna in a Japanese POW…
DVD $20
Across the UniverseAcross the Universe (2007)
Thirty–three tunes from the Beatles songbook are excitably re–constituted for this lavish 'jukebox' musical that threads together a story…
DVD $30
Adam's ApplesAdam's Apples (2005)
Roguishly sardonic Danish black comedy about a sanguine country vicar (CASINO ROYALE’s Mikkelsen) who encounters resistance from a neo–Nazi…
DVD $15
African Queen, TheAfrican Queen, The (1951)
A magnificent combination of comedy, character and adventure with odd companions Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn trying to survive each other…
DVD $20
After HoursAfter Hours (1985)
Scorsese picked up Best Director award at Cannes for this brilliant, Kafka–esque black comedy about an ordinary guy's traumatic and bizarre…
DVD $25
Alexander the GreatAlexander the Great (1956)
Earnest epic follows the life and early death of the Greek warrior who conquered the entire known world. This seismic production has Richard Burton…
DVD $20
AlfieAlfie (1965)
The film that made Michael Caine a household name. His eponymous anti–hero is that of a likely lad who likes to 'ave a go wiv the birds. They…
DVD $20
Alice Doesn't Live Here AnymoreAlice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974)
Resonant account of a young widow trying to secure self–assurance and financial stability for herself and her pre–teen son. Scorsese's…
DVD $20
Alice's Adventures in WonderlandAlice's Adventures in Wonderland (1972)
Star–packed, centennial adaptation of Lewis Carroll's masterpiece follows young Alice (Fullerton) down the rabbithole and on to her adventures…
DVD $20
All About EveAll About Eve (1950)
Bette Davis is in her element as ageing Broadway star Margot Channing, under threat of the hidden menace of an ambitious young actress. A scathing…
DVD $20
All About My MotherAll About My Mother (1999)
Almodovar's 'celebration of mother and womanhood' has been hailed as something of a departure for the director, though in fact all of his (beloved)…
DVD $25
All the President's MenAll the President's Men (1976)
Chilling account of events that led to the publicising of the Watergate scandal, as uncovered by two reporters. A key film of the 1970s.
DVD $20
AmadeusAmadeus (1984)
Academy–award winning biopic of Mozart's illustrious but brief existence that spawned much of the greatest music ever written. A humourous yet…
DVD $25 (2-Disc Special Ed.)
American GraffitiAmerican Graffiti (1973)
Seminal coming–of–age comedy set in '62 spawned a hit TV show (Happy Days), a mega–selling soundtrack and boosted many careers.
DVD $20
An Inconvenient TruthAn Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Stark and compelling warning about the imminent effects of climate change – largely being stoked by carbon emissions from human activities…
DVD $20
Angels with Dirty FacesAngels with Dirty Faces (1938)
Childhood pals Pat O'Brien and James Cagney end up as adult enemies, in the priesthood and underworld respectively. Pleasing mix of comedy and…
DVD $20
Animal CrackersAnimal Crackers (1930)
Pre–Hollywood Marx Brothers, a little stagey yet with a glorious abundance of gags.
DVD $10
Animal FarmAnimal Farm (1999)
George Orwell's classic farmyard yarn (which also happens to be an allegory of the Russian Revolution) brought to life with hi–tech effects a…
DVD $30
Anita O'Day - The Life of a Jazz SingerAnita O'Day - The Life of a Jazz Singer (2007)
Thorough portrait of jazz extraordinaire Anita O'Day, from her emergence amongst luminaries Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday in the 40s, to…
DVD $40
Anna KareninaAnna Karenina (1935)
Leo Tolstoy's heroine is the ideal vehicle for Greta Garbo, luminous amid some of the more extravagant sets MGM ever lavished on a costume drama.
DVD $20
Anne of the Thousand DaysAnne of the Thousand Days (1969)
Opulent recounting of the doomed romance between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn with a gallery of fine performances and stunning costume design.
DVD $15
AuditionAudition (1999)
An almost–masterpiece of the macabre that sets up and sustains itself brilliantly with a restrained pace and jewel of a premise, then careens…
DVD $25
Autumn SonataAutumn Sonata (1978)
The resumes of director Bergman and actress Bergman intersect for the first and only time in this, ahem, Bergmanesque (sombre, brutally honest,…
DVD $25
Back of the Y - Masterpiece Television (TV Series)Back of the Y - Masterpiece Television (TV Series) (2001)
Masterfully original TV–trash that follows in the tradition of BAD TASTE, this enacts a satirical reality–TV show of…
DVD $25 (Season 1 & 2)
Bad InfluenceBad Influence (1990)
A shady Rob Lowe encourages mild–mannered yuppie James Spader to liberate himself from polite formality. A nightmarish journey ensues as…
DVD $15
BarakaBaraka (1993)
The cinematographer of KOYAANISQATSI montages gloriously filmed images from around the globe with modern world music and creates more than just an…
DVD $20 (2-disc Edition ~ import)
Battle of BritainBattle of Britain (1969)
Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier head an ensemble cast of British old boys for this extravagant re–enactment of the famous aerial battle that…
DVD $25
Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, TheBeast from 20,000 Fathoms, The (1953)
A–Bomb tests in the Arctic circle unearths an angry giant rhedosaurus! A landmark creature feature, it helped create a genre around experiments…
DVD $10
BecketBecket (1964)
Stinging, fact–based epic turns the trusted relationship between King Henry II (O’Toole) and his best friend, the Archbishop of Canterbury…
DVD $20
Before SunsetBefore Sunset (2004)
Taking up some nine years after their characters met in BEFORE SUNRISE, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, now in their mid–thirties, reacquaint…
DVD $20
Being ThereBeing There (1980)
A middle–aged gardner, reared in solitude and exclusively educated through his television, is mistaken for a political genius. Profound and…
DVD $25
Belle Et La Bete, LaBelle Et La Bete, La (Beauty and the Beast) (1946)
Cocteau brings a fine sense of fantasy to the old fable, creating a luxuriant atmosphere unique to his film–making. A true classic.
DVD $25
Big Red One, TheBig Red One, The (1980)
The best role in years for Lee Marvin, who plays the intrepid squadron leader of director Sam Fuller's WWII memoirs. Distinctive war film is…
DVD $20
Big Steal, TheBig Steal, The (w/ Illegal) (1949-1955)
On the run after being framed for a payroll robbery, GI Robert Mitchum evades William Bendix, teaming up with Jane Greer enroute to Mexico. Exciting…
DVD $20 (import)
Birds, TheBirds, The (1963)
Hitch's masterful rendering of Daphne Du Maurier's novella contains some of his most memorable set pieces, as the population of a seaside resort come…
DVD $20
Black Hawk DownBlack Hawk Down (2001)
Intense, eardrum–battering re–enactment of a street–battle during the US campaign in Mogadishu, Somalia in 1993, painting the…
DVD $15
Black NarcissusBlack Narcissus (1946)
Visually stunning film about a group of nuns who try to establish a mission on a remote Himalayan outpost in the face of formidable conditions. One…
DVD $20
Black SheepBlack Sheep (2006)
A slick splatter–comedy in the Kiwi tradition of BAD TASTE, about a herd of rabid, flesh–eating sheep run amok in rural New…
DVD $25
Blow UpBlow Up (1966)
Nothing–is–what–it–seems in this slow yet absorbing account of a fashion photographer's suspicion that he may have witnessed…
DVD $25
Blue LagoonBlue Lagoon (1980)
Pubescent curiosity in which a young Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins take biology lessons from Mother Nature after they are stranded on a…
DVD $25 (Incl. 'Return to Blue Lagoon')
Blue Planet, TheBlue Planet, The (2001)
Breathtaking footage of our planet’s largest feature – the ocean – reveals wondrous worlds within this still almost completely…
DVD $45 (4-disc)
Blue Remembered HillsBlue Remembered Hills (1979)
Acutely observed teleplay from the genius of Dennis Potter: viewed through the prism of adolescence, Potter crafts a dark, elegiac, if always…
DVD $20
Bob Hope Collector Box SetBob Hope Collector Box Set (Road to Singapore, Road to Zanzibar, Road to Morocco, Road to Utopia) (1940-1946)
Droll comedian Bob Hope's four "ROAD TO..." comedies.
DVD $35
Bob RobertsBob Roberts (1992)
Bob Dylan meets Ronald Reagan in this 'Spinal Tap' of politics. Robbins stars in this own scathing send up of the U.S. political system and…
DVD $20
Bon VoyageBon Voyage (2003)
A plushly–mounted, grander–than–life romantic farce from director of "Cyrano De Bergerac". It's June 1940, when a group of…
DVD $20
Boys from Brazil, TheBoys from Brazil, The (1978)
Ira Levin's novel makes for an ingenious if implausible thriller with obsessed Nazi–hunter Laurence Olivier trying to scupper super–Nazi…
DVD $20
BrasileirinhoBrasileirinho (2005)
Choro is often seen as the Brazilian equivalent of improvisatory jazz, and serves as the foundation for such unique styles like samba and bossa nova…
DVD $15
Brassed OffBrassed Off (1997)
Witty and warm–hearted comedy set in a Yorkshire mining community threatened with closure. Leading the town colliery brass band, Tara…
DVD $20
BrazilBrazil (1985)
Daydreaming bureaucrat Jonathan Pryce becomes unwittingly involved with an underground superhero and a mystery woman before falling victim to his own…
DVD $30
Bride of FrankensteinBride of Frankenstein (1935)
Boris Karloff meets his match when mad Dr. Frank builds his forlorn monster a mate. Sequel to FRANKENSTEIN is possibly the best horror of the '30s…
DVD $20
Brief EncounterBrief Encounter (1946)
Beautifully controlled rendering of Noel Coward's touching story about a romance that evolves between two happily married strangers. A much loved…
DVD $20
Bringing Out the DeadBringing Out the Dead (1999)
Drawn from the hell–bent memoirs of a New York ambulance driver, this sees dir. Scorcese returning to home–turf, a script by Paul…
DVD $20
British War DVD Collection, TheBritish War DVD Collection, The (Ice Cold in Alex, The Cruel Sea, The Colditz Story, The Dambusters) (1953-1958)
Four classic British b&w war films beautifully remastered.
DVD $25 (note: "Cruel Sea" is a Region 2 disc)
Brotherhood of the WolfBrotherhood of the Wolf (Le Pacte des Loups) (2001)
A ripping, action–packed 18th century detective story based on the true–life case of the Beast of Gevaudan – a killer or creature who…
DVD $20
Buffalo Bill and the IndiansBuffalo Bill and the Indians (1976)
Off–key satire on 'official' American history, with Paul Newman as the charismatic fraud Bill Hickock, whose Wild West Show toured America in…
DVD $25
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidButch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
This light and tasty yarn enjoyed huge popularity, partly due to the abounding charisma of Paul Newman and Robert Redford who together have lots of…
DVD $20
CaddyshackCaddyshack (1980)
Rude and crude golfing hi–jinks, often deliriously funny. Perhaps most famous for the infantile chocolate–bar in the swimming pool scene.
DVD $15
Cage Aux Folles, LaCage Aux Folles, La (1979)
A gay couple masquerade as husband and wife for the sake of their son's marriage prospects. Screwball drag comedy was a phenomenal hit worldwide.
DVD $20 (import)
Carnal KnowledgeCarnal Knowledge (1971)
Classic from the early 70s 'zeitgeist', this funny yet sobering film chronicles the sex lives of two disparate men from high–school to…
DVD $15
CasablancaCasablanca (1942)
The role that immortalised Bogart is that of Rick, the laconic cafe–owner who assists old flame Ingrid Bergman to escape the Nazis with her…
DVD $20
CasanovaCasanova (1971)
Adventurous Dennis Potter biopic of libertine Casanova, concerned chiefly with his imprisonment and escape from Venice, though not forgetting to shed…
DVD $25
Cat PeopleCat People (1982)
Loose remake of the Val Lewton classic fleshes out the innate connection between human sexuality and animal instinct. Nymphette Nastassja Kinski…
DVD $25
CelebrityCelebrity (1999)
Assembling another largish retinue of actors eager to 'do a Woody', Allen swings his long–lens round onto the world of celebrity…
DVD $20
Chariots of FireChariots of Fire (1981)
Despite all the Oscar glory, this tale of athletic derring–do in Edwardian England is a mostly lame–footed attempt to dramatise the…
DVD $15
Charley VarrickCharley Varrick (1973)
Walter Matthau makes for a fascinating, unconventional armed robber in this punchy heist picture, trademarked by Don Siegel's famously pacey…
DVD $20
Children's Hour, TheChildren's Hour, The (1961)
Good performances from the two leads as lesbian school–teachers who are involved in smalltown scandal when a trouble–making student…
DVD $20
Chimes at MidnightChimes at Midnight (1965)
Orson Welles' late–career masterpiece in which one of the Bard's great supporting characters Falstaff is given his due through a series of…
DVD $25
Chorus Line, AChorus Line, A (1985)
Michael Douglas plays the cantankerous Broadway director in Sir Richard Attenborough's perfunctory adaptation of the highly successful stage musical.…
DVD $25
Chunuk BairChunuk Bair (1992)
Modest, reverent account of an exhausted and shell–shocked Wellington regiment of the ANZAC forces who endeavoured to gain control of the ridge…
DVD $45
Cider House Rules, TheCider House Rules, The (1999)
Hard–to–fault adaptation of John Irving's novel set in middle America during WW2 is an old–fashioned rural melodrama bathed in…
DVD $20
Cinema ParadisoCinema Paradiso (1990)
Enchanting, achingly sweet film in which young Toto falls into a lifelong adoration of movies at the village theatre and its grumpy old…
DVD $20 (168m. Version)
Citizen KaneCitizen Kane (1941)
Orson Welles ground–breaking work chronicles a publishing tycoon's rise to power, told through a reporter's efforts to discover the meaning of…
DVD $15 (import) , $25 (2-disc Edition)
City of GodCity of God (Cidade de Deus) (2002)
An incendiary Brazilian drama depicting two decades of blood–drenched rivalry between two youth gangs who control a slum area of Rio De…
DVD $20
Clarence (TV Series)Clarence (TV Series) (1988)
Celebrated British comedian Ronnie Barker's final television creation before retirement, playing a bumbling deliveryman with poor eyesight who his…
DVD $20
ClerksClerks (1993)
Made for $27,000 in the convenience store where the director (then) worked, this follows a rude and bizarre day in the lives of two lowly grocery…
DVD $15
Coal Miner's DaughterCoal Miner's Daughter (1980)
Biopic of country legend Loretta Lynn.
DVD $20
Coco Avant ChanelCoco Avant Chanel (Coco Before Chanel) (2009)
Fittingly stylish and appealing biopic of legendary couturier Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, tracing her early life from the rags of an orphaned childhood…
DVD $20
ConfidenceConfidence (2002)
In order to extricate himself from his last botched con, grifter Ed Burns enacts a monster scam against a crooked banker for mobster Dustin…
DVD $10
ConvoyConvoy (1978)
Derived from the eponymous pop anthem, Kris Kristofferson's 'Rubber Duck' musters a band of disgruntled truckees to wage a protest. 
DVD $20
CrashCrash (1996)
Auteur David Cronenberg's latest vision is an anti–fable about accident victims James Spader and Holly Hunter, who become sexually obsessed…
DVD $20
Crucible, TheCrucible, The (1996)
A theatrical yet wrenchingly emotional treatment of Arthur Miller's classic play about the horrific witch–hunt hysteria that swept through…
DVD $30
Cup, TheCup, The (1999)
This charming, slyly comic tale of soccer–mad young monks obsessed with viewing the World Cup has found broad worldwide appreciation with its…
DVD $25
Daisy KenyonDaisy Kenyon (1947)
Joan Crawford gives one of her greatest performances in this surprisingly compelling soap opera, finding herself torn between Fonda and Andrews.…
DVD $15
Damned, TheDamned, The (1968)
Italian dir. Luchino Visconti casts a languorous eye over the decline of a German industrialist family during the Nazi era. Heavyweight cast includes…
DVD $25
Dancer Upstairs, TheDancer Upstairs, The (2002)
John Malkovich debuts as a director with this slow–burn police thriller played out in the humid atmosphere of an unamed South American…
DVD $20
Dances with WolvesDances with Wolves (1990)
Kevin Costner's finest few hours. He plays an estranged cavalry officer who befriends and learns the survivalist culture of the native Sioux. Winner…
DVD $20, $30 (2-disc)
Day of the JackalDay of the Jackal (1973)
Taut, clinical adaptation of Frederick Forsyth's best–seller with Edward Fox as the icy hit–man who meticulously prepares for the…
DVD $20
Day of the Locust, TheDay of the Locust, The (1974)
A decadent, densely–detailed adaptation of Nathaniel West's scalding movie–biz novel of the 1930s that recreates Golden Age Hollywood…
DVD $20
Days of HeavenDays of Heaven (1979)
The mid–western wheat–fields provide a magnificent backdrop for this poignant tale of two disparate bachelors who vie for the same woman.…
DVD $25
Days of Wine and RosesDays of Wine and Roses (1962)
A bittersweet reprise of THE LOST WEEKEND, with PR–expert Jack Lemmon's never–ending round of cocktail parties dragging him and his wife…
DVD $20
De-LovelyDe-Lovely (Delovely) (2004)
Refined and dandy musical biopic of legendary tunesmith Cole Porter, who composed some great music while leading a gay double–life during his…
DVD $25
Dead Men Don't Wear PlaidDead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982)
Martin's most clever vehicle has him interacting with vintage film footage of Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney and Lauren Bacall, to dazzling effect. A…
DVD $20
Dead of NightDead of Night (1945)
This model of the horror portmanteau film remains unsurpassed by modern all–comers, with five strong, scary short stories that converge quite…
DVD $25
Deadly Companions, TheDeadly Companions, The (1961)
Sam Peckinpah's debut film is a typically unorthodox western, that while uneven reveals the quirky characters and emotive nostalgia of his later…
DVD $15
Death of a SalesmanDeath of a Salesman (1966)
A 1966 teleplay adaptation of Arthur Miller's classic Pulitzer Prize–winning play, often thought one of the definitive versions. Lee J Cobb…
DVD $20
Death of a SalesmanDeath of a Salesman (1985)
An excellent adaptation of Arthur Miller’s most famous play, with Dustin Hoffman bringing pathos, seediness and tragedy to the central role. Seen…
DVD $25
Desperately Seeking SusanDesperately Seeking Susan (1985)
Rosanna Arquette and Madonna shine in this spunky and spirited New York comedy/murder mystery – up there with the best of John Hughes' popular…
DVD $20
Doctor Who (TV Series) [Jon Pertwee]Doctor Who (TV Series) [Jon Pertwee] (Dr. Who) (1970-1974)
Jon Pertwee took over from Patrick Troughton as the third and one of the most memorable 'Doctors' in the long–running BBC series. Pertwee…
DVD $15 (Spearhead from Space)
Doctor Who (TV Series) [Tom Baker]Doctor Who (TV Series) [Tom Baker] (Dr. Who) (1975-1981)
Probably the most popular 'Doctor' of the BBC sci–fi series, Tom Baker cut a memorable figure as the woolly–scarfed and energetic…
DVD $15 (Talons of Weng-Chiang)
Don't Look Back - Bob DylanDon't Look Back - Bob Dylan (1967)
One of the best portraits of an artist ever committed to film, this extraordinary documentary about Bob Dylan captures the man behind the phenomenon…
DVD $50 (Ltd. Edition Box)
Double Life of VeroniqueDouble Life of Veronique (1991)
An incandescent meditation on the lives of two identical young women – one Polish, one French – both played by Irene Jacob (RED). A…
DVD $25
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. HydeDr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)
Handsomely produced version of the Robert Louis Stevenson's classic, in which a mild doctor transforms himself by night into a murderous maniac.
DVD $20 (2-disc w/ 1932 Version)
Dresser, TheDresser, The (1983)
Classic backstage tale of the theatre, with an imperious actor–manager (Finney) being pampered and supported by his loyal dresser (Courtenay).…
DVD $20 (import)
Eagle Has Landed, TheEagle Has Landed, The (1977)
German commandos plot to assasinate Winston Churchill in this suspenseful thriller, apparently based on fact. Michael Caine, strangely plausible as a…
DVD $20
Eagle vs SharkEagle vs Shark (2007)
Wearing its Kiwi heart on its sleeve to delightful advantage, Taika Waititi's skewed romantic comedy managed to please a crowd both here and abroad,…
DVD $30
Ed WoodEd Wood (1994)
Tim Burton, the eccentric visionary behind EDWARD SCISSORHANDS, PEE–WEE and BATMAN finds a soul mate in recounting the life of the world's…
DVD $15
Educating RitaEducating Rita (1983)
Satisfying modern take on Pygmalion, with uncultured fair lady Julie Walters and sceptical tutor Michael Caine.
DVD $25
El CidEl Cid (1961)
The tale of the 11th century warrior–king who drove the Moors from Spain. By dint of its fine acting and avoidance of the obvious, this epic…
DVD $15
El MariachiEl Mariachi (1992)
A cause celebre of low–budget film–making, this $7000 Tex–Mex wonder about a guitar–player mistaken for a gangster contains…
DVD $30 (w/ Desperado & Once Upon a Time in Mexico)
ElectionElection (1999)
Mid–life crisis intersects with teenage foibles in this cheerily cynical high–school tale for adults, as crumpled teacher Matthew…
DVD $20
Elephant Man, TheElephant Man, The (1980)
The heart–wrenching true story of a grossly deformed pauper, dramatised to perfection. A compassionate doctor rescues him from depravity and…
DVD $20 (import)
Entertainer, TheEntertainer, The (1960)
Laurence Olivier portrays a faded comedian who reflects on his failure as an entertainer and as a man. Another fine example of moody British…
DVD $25
Essential Dennis Potter Box Set, TheEssential Dennis Potter Box Set, The (The Singing Detective, Pennies From Heaven, Casanova, Brimstone and Treacle, Stand Up, Nigel Barton/Vote Vote Vote for Nigel Barton, Blue Remembered Hills, The Mayor of Casterbridge) (1971-1986)
A deluxe boxed set containing eight television series penned by the legendary Dennis Potter. Set includes: The Singing Detective, Pennies From…
DVD $20 (Blue Remembered Hills) , $20 (Brimstone & Treacle) , $20 (Casanova) , $20 (Mayor of Casterbridge)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
A miraculous, complex 'domestic fantasy' from the twin genius of writer Charlie Kaufman and director Michel Gondry, who find a satisfying narrative…
DVD $20
Event HorizonEvent Horizon (1997)
This sleek monstrosity is worth a look for some reasonably scary special effects or if you just want reminding of what a masterpiece ALIEN really is.…
DVD $15
Farewell My ConcubineFarewell My Concubine (1993)
Lavish, episodic journey through 20th Century Chinese history, encompassing more revolutions than a 45. Joint winner of the Palm D'Or at Cannes is…
DVD $25
Fellini SatyriconFellini Satyricon (1970)
Freely adapted from the Roman author Petronious, this follows the adventures of two bisexual youths through the decadent, fragmented age of Rome's…
DVD $25
Fellini's CasanovaFellini's Casanova (1976)
Fellini indulges himself just short of self–parody for a gorgeously stylised, absurdist revision of the life of the 18th Century lover. Donald…
DVD $20
Female Convict Scorpion: Jailhouse 41Female Convict Scorpion: Jailhouse 41 (1972)
A classic of Japanese 70s exploitation cinema, this charts the grim road to freedom for a gaggle of women escaped–convicts with a feverish…
DVD $25 (import)
Fiddler On the RoofFiddler On the Roof (1971)
Epic folk tale of community survival is given a vivid musical setting, as a Jewish family travel from pre–revolutionary Ukraine to America in…
DVD $20 (import)
Field, TheField, The (1990)
Another sombre gem from the MY LEFT FOOT team. Richard Harris plays an aging Irish land–lubber whose life–long devotion to cultivating…
DVD $15
Fistful of Dollars, AFistful of Dollars, A (1964)
Perhaps the most famous of the spaghetti Westerns, with Clint Eastwood influencing a generation of tough guy anti–heroes with his formidable,…
DVD $20
FitzcarraldoFitzcarraldo (1982)
Colonialist visionary Klaus Kinski attempts to haul a huge riverboat over a hill in 19th century S. America with the help of Indian…
DVD $30
Four Seasons, TheFour Seasons, The (1981)
Inspired by the theme and format of SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR, Alda wrote and directed this grown–up comedy in which three wealthy,…
DVD $20
FreaksFreaks (1932)
The only film in history to exploit real–life 'mutants' is actually a sensitive and fascinating piece of cinema history. Perhaps misunderstood…
DVD $20
Freedom WritersFreedom Writers (2007)
Hilary Swank guides a classroom of problem students through the quagmire of racial and political divide in this uplifting paean to…
DVD $30
French Connection, TheFrench Connection, The (1971)
An influential crime picture based on the largest narcotics seizure of all time. Won the Oscar for Best Picture for its realistic portrait of New…
DVD $20 (2-Disc Special Ed.)
French Lieutenant's WomanFrench Lieutenant's Woman (1981)
Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons star in an elegant portrayal of secretive affairs and social strictures. Screenplay by Harold Pinter.
DVD $20 (import)
Fried Green TomatoesFried Green Tomatoes (1991)
Kathy Bates strikes up a friendship with Jessica Tandy who waxes nostalgic about a pair of Southern belles who triumphed over adversity in the '30s.…
DVD $25
From Here to EternityFrom Here to Eternity (1953)
Frank Sinatra established himself an actor alongside Burt Lancaster in this account of life at a Honolulu barracks at the time of Pearl Harbour.…
DVD $20
Fugitive Kind, TheFugitive Kind, The (1959)
A directionless, but quirky version of Tennesse Williams' play 'Orpheus Descending' with Brando playing a troublesome hobo who spreads romantic…
DVD $20
Funeral in BerlinFuneral in Berlin (1966)
Sequel to THE IPCRESS FILE again features Michael Caine as the Harry Palmer, hero of Len Deighton's novel series. This time the espionage functionary…
DVD $25
Get RealGet Real (1998)
This British tale of a teen schoolboy's frustratingly closeted affair with the athletic head boy of his high school makes the grade to appeal to…
DVD $35
Getaway, TheGetaway, The (1972)
Husband–and–wife crime team Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw have a nightmare of a time escaping to Mexico after a botched bank robbery. …
DVD $20
GiantGiant (1956)
A beautifully conceived saga of life on a Texas cattle ranch told through two generations. James Dean's final performance.
DVD $20
Gift, TheGift, The (2000)
Rivalling THE SIXTH SENSE among latterday supernatural thrillers and with a pedigree to boast of, this eerie tale of smalltown ghosts and secrets is…
DVD $15
Gimme ShelterGimme Shelter (1970)
The Rolling Stones captured at the summit of their popularity and musical form in 1970, on the tour that led to disaster at Altamont. The Maysles…
DVD $20 (import)
Giuseppe Verdi's Rigoletto StoryGiuseppe Verdi's Rigoletto Story (2004)
A boldly imaginative version (with costumes by Vivienne Westwood) of Verdi's famous opera, concerning a court jester in 16th century Italy who seeks…
DVD $20
Gleaners and I, TheGleaners and I, The (2000)
A widely–admired work by the godmother of French film, which essays the wastefulness of western society through a clutch of interviews with…
DVD $40
Gloomy SundayGloomy Sunday (Ein Lied Von Liebe Und Tod) (1999)
Captivating drama which pivots around the apocryphal origins of the classic melancholy song 'Gloomy Sunday' in pre–WW2 Budapest. An amiably…
DVD $40 (rare)
Good Night, and Good LuckGood Night, and Good Luck (2004)
An astutely–judged freezeframe of an important symbolic moment in 20th century American history, when CBS television presenter Edward Murrow…
DVD $20
Goodbye Pork PieGoodbye Pork Pie (1981)
This little beauty was the first Kiwi film to make international inroads. An amoral tale about a gang of misfits who travel the length of the country…
DVD $29.95 (UK 103m. edition)
Graduate, TheGraduate, The (1967)
An endearing Dustin Hoffman in his first leading role, is seduced by a middle–aged woman and then falls in love with her daughter. A brilliant…
DVD $20
Great Dictator, TheGreat Dictator, The (1940)
Chaplin's brave subversive satire in which he inhabits dual roles – dictator Adenoid Hynkle and a Jewish barber – for his damning…
DVD $30 (2-Disc Special Ed.)
Great ExpectationsGreat Expectations (1946)
Esteemed treatment of Charles Dickens' classic novel about a young orphan aided by a mysterious benefactor brought major international success to the…
DVD $20
Great Gatsby, TheGreat Gatsby, The (1974)
Accomplished adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald "Jazz Age" classic set among the upper classes of the roaring 20's, with a script by Francis Ford…
DVD $15
Grey GardensGrey Gardens (1976)
An intimate portrait of acute eccentricity, this offers a ‘home movie’–style insight into the lives of colourful high–society…
DVD $50 (2-disc w/ Beales of Grey Gardens)
Grifters, TheGrifters, The (1990)
Small time con–artists Anjelica Huston, John Cusack and Annette Bening cross paths but come to discover little honour among thieves. A quirky,…
DVD $25
Grosse Pointe BlankGrosse Pointe Blank (1997)
Sporting a sideways sense of humour, this sardonic comedy has likeable, babbling hitman John Cusack shyly fronting up to his 10–year highschool…
DVD $25
Growing Up OnlineGrowing Up Online (2008)
From the American public affairs series FRONTLINE comes this doco probing into the world of cyber–savvy teens, and the pressures that accompany…
DVD $20
GummoGummo (1998)
The writer of KIDS turns the camera on his hometown, Xenia, Ohio, selectively seeking out the disenfranchised, the bored and the ugly to distinctive…
DVD $25
Hard CandyHard Candy (2005)
Unflinchingly dark and slickly impressive thriller proceeds from the chatroom flirtations between a precocious teenager (Page) and a…
DVD $15
Hear My SongHear My Song (1991)
A night–club owner goes to convoluted lengths to restore his credibility by tracking down a long–reclusive singing star (Beatty –…
DVD $20
HeartburnHeartburn (1986)
Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson undergo some engaging marital strife.
DVD $20
HeartlandsHeartlands (2002)
Charming and bittersweet 'hero's journey' in which a bumbling darts enthusiast embarks on a trip across the British Midlands on his scooter, in…
DVD $20 (import)
Heavenly CreaturesHeavenly Creatures (1994)
Peter Jackson follows his zombie trilogy with this Oscar–nominated tour–de–force based on the Parker–Hulme murders of the…
DVD $40
Hell's AngelsHell's Angels (1930)
Still highly watchable, this early sound feature financed and 'directed' by the notorious Howard Hughes, boosts its melodramatic story of WWI heroics…
DVD $15
High NoonHigh Noon (1952)
Retiring marshal Gary Cooper faces a crisis of conscience when he learns an old adversary wants revenge. A classic that derives its impact through…
DVD $20
HombreHombre (1966)
Paul Newman portrays the sombre hombre, a white man brought up by the Apache, who helps the red–neck passengers of an ambushed stagecoach.…
DVD $15
HoneyHoney (Bal) (2008)
A gorgeous, contemplative coming–of–age tale, centred on a young boy and his father, a rural beekeeper, in an idyllic mountainous region…
DVD $20
House of GamesHouse of Games (1987)
Psychiatrist Lindsay Crouse is lured into the world of charming con–racketeer Joe Mantegna, where trust is a fragile concept. David Mamet…
DVD $20
How to Marry a MillionaireHow to Marry a Millionaire (1953)
An extravagent, cheery comedy with a trio of sexy opportunists who collectively devise schemes to entrap well–to–do bachelors.
DVD $20
I ConfessI Confess (1953)
Striking Wellesian cinematography and an excellent performance by proto–Method actor Montgomery Clift more than make up for minor shortcomings…
DVD $20
Importance of Being EarnestImportance of Being Earnest (1952)
Screen version of Oscar Wilde's brilliant comedy of manners starring a host of British stage thesps.
DVD $15
In a Lonely PlaceIn a Lonely Place (1950)
Hot–headed Hollywood writer Humphrey Bogart is suspected of murder by his new girlfriend and old army pal detective. Gutsy psycho–drama…
DVD $20
In Treatment (TV Series)In Treatment (TV Series) (2008)
Superlative character driven HBO series starring Gabriel Byrne as a self–doubting psychotherapist, who seeks help from his old therapist, whom…
DVD $40 (Season 1 ~ 9 disc)
Into the StormInto the Storm (2009)
Enthralling sequel to HBO's acclaimed THE GATHERING STORM focuses on Winston Churchill's challenging term as Prime Minister during the war, followed…
DVD $20
It Came from Outer SpaceIt Came from Outer Space (1953)
A spaceship crash lands in the Arizona desert (where else?), causing friction between mild–mannered scientist Richard Carlson and the more…
DVD $15
It's a Wonderful LifeIt's a Wonderful Life (1946)
A down–on–his–luck Jimmy Stewart is rescued from suicide by a Guardian Angel who shows him the virtues of his life gone by. This…
DVD $15
JabberwockyJabberwocky (1977)
Monty Python's Lewis Carroll–inspired medieval farce with Michael Palin in the lead.
DVD $20
Jolson Story, The / Jolson Sings AgainJolson Story, The / Jolson Sings Again (1946)
An American success story in song, accomplished biography traces the career of mammy–singing Al Jolson. Larry Parks offers a flawless…
DVD $20
Jonathan Livingston SeagullJonathan Livingston Seagull (1973)
Unique attempt at adapting the seagulls–POV bestselling book. Music by Neil Diamond.
DVD $15
Key LargoKey Largo (1948)
Moody, suspenseful melodrama in which war vet Humphrey Bogart is confronted with gangster nastiness on the Florida Keys. Lauren Bacall looks on.
DVD $20
King of Comedy, TheKing of Comedy, The (1982)
Deliciously creepy story of a loser/nerd, who acts out his life ambition; to appear on a TV comedy show with Jerry Lewis. Lewis plays it straight,…
DVD $25
KolyaKolya (1996)
A beautifully sentimental Oscar winner for Best Foreign film – set during the 1988 Russian occupation of Czechoslovakia, when a…
DVD $30
L'AppartementL'Appartement (The Apartment) (1995)
Chic Parisian thriller lifts a few motifs from VERTIGO, but adds more than a few original flourishes. Vincent Cassel is about to settle down with…
DVD $20
La StradaLa Strada (The Road) (1955)
Fellini hit his stride and won a Foreign Film Oscar with this gentle road odyssey about a simple–minded clown whose loyalty to her boorish…
DVD $30
Ladykillers, TheLadykillers, The (1955)
Priceless Ealing black comedy in which bungling robbers Alec Guinness, Peter Sellers et al conspire to snuff out their rich old landlady.
DVD $20
Last King of Scotland, TheLast King of Scotland, The (2007)
A riveting tale of the seductive nature of power, this is worth the admission alone for Forest Whitaker’s astonishing Oscar–winning turn as…
DVD $30
Last Train HomeLast Train Home (2009)
A startling and vivid humanist documentary on China's ceaseless industrial growth, centred on one couple who make the annual migration from city to…
DVD $35
Last Tycoon, TheLast Tycoon, The (1976)
Star–studded attempt to adapt F. Scott Fitzgerald's unfinished last novel, itself based on the life of early Hollywood mogul Irving Thalberg.…
DVD $20
Laurel and Hardy Collection, TheLaurel and Hardy Collection, The (The Bullfighters; The Dancing Masters; Great Guns; A-Haunting We Will Go; The Big Noise; Jitterbugs) (1941-1945)
Six late–period comedy gems from Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, available to buy as a box–set or for rental as separate titles. Great…
DVD $40
Lavender Hill Mob, TheLavender Hill Mob, The (1951)
Clever, effervescent Ealing comedy stars Alec Guinness as a timid bank teller who organises an elaborate gold heist. The chase finale is magic.
DVD $25 (2-disc w/- The Ladykillers)
Le MansLe Mans (1971)
A motor–racing action film that has attracted a considerable cult, in part based on star Steve McQueen himself laying rubber in most of the…
DVD $20
League of Gentlemen, TheLeague of Gentlemen, The (1960)
A high–class league of British actor gents – Jack Hawkins, Richard Attenborough, Bryan Forbes, Roger Livesy and others – conspire…
DVD $15
Let's SayLet's Say (On dirait que... ) (2007)
A sweetly humble documentary in the vein of ETRE ET AVOIR, involving a group of French kids aged 8–13 asked to portray their parents’ jobs and…
DVD $25
Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, TheLife and Death of Colonel Blimp, The (1943)
The numerous off–beat adventures of a British soldier are chronicled over a period of three wars, with Deborah Kerr playing all three of the…
DVD $15
Lion in Winter, TheLion in Winter, The (1968)
An acting feast for Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn (who won an Oscar) as tempestuous King Henry II and his estranged wife who fiercely…
DVD $20
Lions for LambsLions for Lambs (2007)
A contemporary 'hot potato' issue is tackled from political, academic, militaristic and journalistic viewpoints, drawing an ultimately powerful…
DVD $20
Little CaesarLittle Caesar (1930)
Star–making debut for Edward G Robinson as a bullying, Al Capone–style hood, whose unscrupulous methods land him the top job. Like most…
DVD $20
Little WomenLittle Women (1933)
Constantly enjoyable version of Louisa Alcott's novel about four sisters and their mother coping while their father fights in the Civil War. Splendid…
DVD $20
Living ProofLiving Proof (2008)
Harry Connick Jnr plays a doctor fighting to get approval for his revolutionary breast–cancer drug in this surprisingly riveting…
DVD $20
Long Good Friday, TheLong Good Friday, The (1980)
Electrifying, influential account of hoodlum rivalry in contemporary London with Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren matching an intelligent, gritty script.
DVD $25
Long Walk Home, TheLong Walk Home, The (1991)
Set in 1955 Alabama during the civil rights bus boycott, this portrays the impact of change on two families, with Sissy Spacek as an uppercrust…
DVD $30
Long Way Round (TV Series)Long Way Round (TV Series) (2004)
An engrossing 'reality' show which tags along with actor Ewan McGregor (TRAINSPOTTING) and his best friend Charley Boorman on an improvised…
DVD $30
Look Back in AngerLook Back in Anger (1958)
Richard Burton plays the angry–young–man to the hilt in this grimly realistic slice of British life in the '50s. Based on John Osborne's…
DVD $20
Lords of Flatbush, TheLords of Flatbush, The (1974)
Boasting early appearances for various stars–in–waiting, this is an affectionate view of the rites–of–passage for members of…
DVD $15
Los OlvidadosLos Olvidados (The Young and the Damned, aka The Forgotten Ones) (1950)
Ground–breaking masterwork from dir. Luis Bunuel's Meixcan period, set among slum children in Mexico City, whose harsh circumstances and…
DVD $30
Lost Weekend, TheLost Weekend, The (1945)
Would–be novelist Ray Milland's personal frustrations bring on a three day drinking binge of desperate, terrifying proportions. Laced with a…
DVD $20
Love BirdsLove Birds (2011)
Chirpy, engaging Kiwi comedy with Rhys Darby as a recently jilted council worker whose nursing of a wounded duck leads to unexpected romance with…
DVD $20
Lust for LifeLust for Life (1955)
Kirk Douglas makes a stirring, enthusiastic Van Gogh in this biopic, choosing to echo the empassioned melancholia of his work rather than drawing…
DVD $20
Madame BovaryMadame Bovary (2000)
Typically lavish BBC costumer, here tackling Gustave Flaubert's classic French tragi–romance with gusto and explicit sex. Frances O'Connor…
DVD $20
Madame BovaryMadame Bovary (1991)
Chabrol remains faithful to the text of this oft–filmed classic of French literature, with Isabelle Huppert bringing a glacial refinement to…
DVD $25
Magdalene Sisters, TheMagdalene Sisters, The (2002)
Devastatingly sober and straight–forward account of three young women who in 1965 were incarcerated in an Irish Roman Catholic centre for…
DVD $20
Magik and RoseMagik and Rose (2000)
Uplifting comic melodrama set during the Hokitika Wild Food Festival that rises above its familiar story of two women who, in different ways, have…
DVD $25
Malcolm XMalcolm X (1993)
Epic bio of the black–American militant from his beginnings as a Harlem crook to his 1965 assassination. Breezes through its length with a…
DVD $20
Mall RatsMall Rats (1995)
A scrubbed–up pseudo–remake of Kevin Smith's own CLERKS, set in a suburban shopping mall. The indie spirit gets buried under all that…
DVD $15
Maltese Falcon, TheMaltese Falcon, The (1941)
A remarkable debut from director Huston hires Bogart's detective Sam Spade to locate a priceless statuette. Prototype film noir based on Dashiell…
DVD $25
Man from Laramie, TheMan from Laramie, The (1955)
An angst–ridden James Stewart seeks retribution on arms dealers whose illegal trade resulted in the ambushing of his brother's cavalry patrol.…
DVD $20
Man Who Knew Too Much, TheMan Who Knew Too Much, The (1956)
Hitchcock remakes his 1934 film and generally comes up trumps with James Stewart and Doris Day as the innocent victims of international espionage.…
DVD $20
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, TheMan Who Shot Liberty Valance, The (1962)
A dream cast and director deliver the classic that one would expect. Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne compete for Vera Miles but unite against Lee Marvin…
DVD $20
Man Who Wasn't There, TheMan Who Wasn't There, The (2001)
The Coen Brothers chalk up another film in love with film, an attractive but slender paean to 1950s pulp melodramas, with its nostalgia–soaked…
DVD $20
Marathon ManMarathon Man (1976)
Laurence Olivier and Dustin Hoffman display their thespian prowess in this dark tale of a marathon runner entangled in international espionage. One…
DVD $20
MargotMargot (2005)
Dir. Palmer continues his classic treatments of notable figures of modern ballet and classical music with a lengthy look at the extraordinary life of…
DVD $20
Mark TwainMark Twain (2002)
A popular humorist, philosopher and social satirist, Mark Twain was the well–known nom–de–plume of writer Samuel Clemens, the…
DVD $45
Marx Brothers Collection 2Marx Brothers Collection 2 (The Big Store, Go West, At the Circus, A Day at the Races, A Night at the Opera) (1935-1941)
Five mid–period Marx Brothers comedies in one box set.
DVD $45 (import)
MauriceMaurice (1987)
In the face of Edwardian attitudes and noble breeding, two young Englishmen comes to terms with their homosexuality. From E.M. Forster's novel.
DVD $25
Mayor of Casterbridge, TheMayor of Casterbridge, The (1978)
Dennis Potter–scribed Victorian saga sees Alan Bates, battling alcoholism, sell his wife and daughter under the influence, before resolving to…
DVD $20
Mean StreetsMean Streets (1973)
Martin Scorsese made his name with this pungent rendition of NY Italian–Americana set among the teeming lowlife of his old neighbourhood. The…
DVD $25
Mel Brooks Collection, TheMel Brooks Collection, The (Silent Movie, High Anxiety, To Be or Not to Be, 12 Chairs, Young Frankenstein, History of the World Pt 1, Life Stinks) (1974-1991)
Seven classic–period Mel Brooks comedies in one box–set.
DVD $55
MermaidsMermaids (1990)
Cher plays the sexpot mom of square daughter Winona Ryder who aspires to be a nun. Slight but affecting tale set in small town '60s America, with Bob…
DVD $20
Mildred PierceMildred Pierce (1945)
Joan Crawford won an Oscar for her career–defining role as a stoical housewife–turned–waitress who finds success in business, but…
DVD $20
Milou En MaiMilou En Mai (May Fools) (1989)
In May of '68, a rural family gather for the reading of their matriarch's will, an event that will strangely affect their idyllic existence. Stephane…
DVD $30
Misfits, TheMisfits, The (1961)
Stark melodrama was to be the curtain call for both Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. They are two of a group of cheerless souls roping wild mustangs…
DVD $15
Missouri Breaks, TheMissouri Breaks, The (1976)
Startling 70s Western, pairs regulator Marlon Brando and horse rustler Jack Nicholson for a brutal, yet often comic game of…
DVD $20
Mister RobertsMister Roberts (1955)
Naval officer Henry Fonda yearns for combat but instead must tolerate his eccentric captain (James Cagney). Jack Lemmon won an Oscar for his funny…
DVD $20
Monsoon WeddingMonsoon Wedding (2001)
Exotically charmed with a glamorous cast and a tremendous soundtrack, various members of an extended Indian family busy themselves with the mystery…
DVD $30
Mostly MarthaMostly Martha (Bella Martha) (2002)
Light and satisfying dish, concerning the frissions in a Hamburg restaurant between a chef, her eight year old neice and a talented…
DVD $25
Mrs. Caldicot's Cabbage WarMrs. Caldicot's Cabbage War (2000)
Pauline Collins (SHIRLEY VALENTINE) plays an elderly widow who is shunted into a resthome by her money grubbing offspring, who don’t count on her…
DVD $25
Mrs. MiniverMrs. Miniver (1942)
An unabashed patriotic war drama, so effective in that capacity it garnered political commendation as well as six Oscars, including Best Picture and…
DVD $20
Muppet Show, The (TV Series)Muppet Show, The (TV Series) (1976-1981)
Six volumes of inspired puppetry from Jim Henson’s legends: Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gopher, Animal, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear and the rest, beguiling, charming…
DVD $30 (Season 1)
My Best FiendMy Best Fiend (Mein Liebster Feind) (1999)
Werner Herzog’s personal portrait of his friend and famous ‘alter ego’, the late Klaus Kinski, threads together just some of the bizarre incidents…
DVD $20
My Own Private IdahoMy Own Private Idaho (1991)
Melancholic tale imbued with the director's stylistic flair stars Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix as a pair of young hustlers with opposing personal…
DVD $20
Namesake, TheNamesake, The (2006)
Cutting right to the heart of the 'immigrant experience', this outstanding melodrama from the dir. of MONSOON WEDDING beautifully explores the…
DVD $20
Napoleon DynamiteNapoleon Dynamite (2004)
Destined for cult status, this plays like a high school comedy made by its alienated students, with its quirky in–jokes and non–sequiturs…
DVD $20
NashvilleNashville (1975)
An American classic, 70s watermark and widely considered Altman's masterpiece. Story of 24 characters gathered for a political rally in the country…
DVD $35 (import)
Neil Young - JourneysNeil Young - Journeys (2011)
A superb new concert film combining Young's homecoming concert at Toronto’s Massey Hall with intimate glimpses into his travels throughout Canada.
DVD $30
NetworkNetwork (1976)
Explosive drama about an ailing TV station desperate to improve their ratings. Peter Finch won the Best Actor Oscar post–humously as the…
DVD $20
New Zealand Wars, TheNew Zealand Wars, The (1999)
Praised, yet inevitably controversial documentary series on New Zealand's 19th century history, in particular the various land–wars between…
DVD $20 (Ep. 2)
Night and the CityNight and the City (1992)
Robert De Niro stars with Jessica Lange as a two–bit lawyer who struggles to fulfil his aspirations as a boxing promoter. Gritty, realistic Big…
DVD $20
North by NorthwestNorth by Northwest (1959)
Cary Grant becomes a victim of mistaken identity and is chased across America by enemy agents, in one stylish set piece after another. One of Hitch's…
DVD $25
North CountryNorth Country (2005)
Fact–based drama about a group of women miners in 1970s Minnesota who endured a hostile work environment, bullying and sexual abuse after…
DVD $25
Not One LessNot One Less (1999)
13–year old peasant–girl Wei Minzhi is handed the responsibility of substitute–teaching a class of children in a rural China…
DVD $15 (import)
Ocean's ElevenOcean's Eleven (Ocean's 11) (1960)
The definitive 'Rat Pack' movie, with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop among the eleven confederates who…
DVD $20
Office SpaceOffice Space (1999)
Putting the boot into American office culture, dir. Mike Judge (BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD) inflicts some satisfying damage on the absurdities of the…
DVD $25
Oh! What a Lovely WarOh! What a Lovely War (1969)
Powerful anti–war musical adapted from the play by Charles Chilton, which depicts the mass blunder of WWI through the experiences of the poor…
DVD $20
OrpheusOrpheus (Orphee) (1949)
Cocteau's surrealist retelling of the classical tragedy stars Jean Marais as Orphee, the writer who retrieves his wife Eurydice from the dead. A…
DVD $25
Out of the BlueOut of the Blue (Aramoana) (2006)
A moving, uncomfortably harrowing account of New Zealand’s worst mass murder, bringing the trauma of 1990’s Aramoana massacre to the screen with…
DVD $25
PapillonPapillon (1973)
Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman escape French prison colony Devil's Island. Memorable drama.
DVD $15
Paris Paris (2008)
A sweet–natured, if rather slight romantic dramedy, weaving in and out of the lives of a diverse set of heart–worn and heart–won…
DVD $20
Passion of Joan of ArcPassion of Joan of Arc (1928)
An intense recreation of Joan of Arc’s trial and sentence that qualifies as one of cinema’s most transcendental achievements. Consisting mainly…
DVD $20
Pennies From Heaven (Mini Series)Pennies From Heaven (Mini Series) (1978)
The original television version of Dennis Potter's acclaimed and much–remembered musical drama, set around philandering sheet–music…
DVD $35
People Vs. Larry Flynt, ThePeople Vs. Larry Flynt, The (1996)
A weighty, colourful biopic of the notorious publisher of 'Hustler' magazine. The 'free speech' debate presides over the issue of pornography, but…
DVD $15
Philadelphia Story, ThePhiladelphia Story, The (1940)
A second marriage for a stuffy heiress is threatened by scandal. A witty, sparkling romantic farce with golden trio – Katharine Hepburn, Cary…
DVD $20
Place in the Sun, APlace in the Sun, A (1951)
Montgomery Clift excels as a penniless youth whose determination to win the heart of socialite Elizabeth Taylor is undermined by tragedy. Painstaking…
DVD $20
Pocketful of MiraclesPocketful of Miracles (1961)
Frank Capra's final film (and Ann–Margret's debut) is an appealing remake of his earlier LADY FOR A DAY, in which the poverty–stricken…
DVD $20
Poseidon Adventure, ThePoseidon Adventure, The (1972)
One of the better 70s disaster movies has an ocean–liner 'turned turtle' and the survivors trying to find a way out. Often unintentionally…
DVD $20
Postman Always Rings TwicePostman Always Rings Twice (1946)
Steamy film noir with John Garfield and Lana Turner as doomed, murderous lovers.
DVD $20
Practical MagicPractical Magic (1998)
Modern–day witchy women Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman contend with the family curse, whereby their husbands always seem to die (shortly…
DVD $20 (import)
Prestige, ThePrestige, The (2006)
Another astounding feat of storytelling from the dir. of MEMENTO that spins a constantly intriguing yarn of two rival magicians who engage in a…
DVD $20
PricelessPriceless (2006)
Ultra–glamorous French romantic comedy, in which one can gorge on (or gawp at) Riviera culture at its most opulent – the clothes, the…
DVD $20
Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, ThePrivate Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, The (1939)
Bette Davis is perfectly cast as Queen Liz, opposite Errol Flynn. An enjoyable romp.
DVD $15
Prizzi's HonorPrizzi's Honor (1985)
Jack Nicholson plays a Mafia hitman, embroiled in some ripely comic and sexy intrigues.
DVD $20
Proposition, TheProposition, The (2005)
Grimly intense and atmospheric 'Australian Western' – scripted by singer Nick Cave – is set the outback of the 1880s, where lawman Ray…
DVD $25
PsychoPsycho (1960)
Only Mr. Hitchcock could plunder B–movie conventions and turn in the biggest box–office success of his career. A plethora of…
DVD $20
Pursuit of Happyness, ThePursuit of Happyness, The (2006)
Will Smith assumes the inspirational life story of Chris Gardner, a struggling salesman and single father on the poverty line who works his way up…
DVD $20
Read My LipsRead My Lips (Sur Mes Levres) (2001)
Sturdy, unconventional French thriller about an insecure, partially–deaf office clerk who tries to help an irascible ex–con integrate…
DVD $20
Rear WindowRear Window (1954)
Convalescing photographer Jimmy Stewart observes what may have been a murder in an opposing apartment. A Hitchcock must.
DVD $25
Rebel Without a CauseRebel Without a Cause (1955)
James Dean's intense portayal of an alienated youth from a wealthy family opened the eyes of a generation and catapulted him to stardom. One of the…
DVD $20
Red Shoes, TheRed Shoes, The (1948)
Beloved dance classic is a strikingly realised story of a young ballerina who, in an echo of the Hans Christian Andersen story, becomes torn between…
DVD $15, $25 (w/ Black Narcissus & Importance of Being Earnest)
Remember the TitansRemember the Titans (2000)
Racial integration law forces an all–white American football team to accept black players and a black coach in 1970s Virginia. Denzel…
DVD $30
ReturnerReturner (2002)
Kitted out with a charismatic cast, CGI–action that delivers, and tongue–lightly–in–cheek, this slick, big–budget…
DVD $20
RififiRififi (1955)
The French reclaim film noir with this methodical and stylish heist movie, famous for its 35 minute real–time bank robbery, executed in virtual…
DVD $35
Right Stuff, TheRight Stuff, The (1983)
A richly detailed, down–to–earth account of the lives of the first Americans to travel into space. Top ensemble cast.
DVD $30 (2-disc Edition)
River's EdgeRiver's Edge (1986)
Terrifying drama about a group of school friends who discover that one of them has murdered a classmate. Major cult film from the '80s with its lurid…
DVD $25
Robin of Sherwood (TV Series)Robin of Sherwood (TV Series) (1984-1986)
A serious–minded retelling of the 'Robin Hood' legend with Michael Praed playing the handsome 'Robin of Loxley' who copes not only the…
DVD $20 (Series 2) , $20 (Series 3)
Roman Polanski Collection, TheRoman Polanski Collection, The (Knife in the Water, Repulsion, Cul-de-Sac) (1962-1966)
The first three features of the Polish master – "Knife in the Water", "Repulsion" and "Cul–de–Sac".
DVD $40
RopeRope (1948)
A perverse comedy about a couple of gay men who murder a friend for the thrill of it, then throw a party with the body hidden in a cabinet. Hitch's…
DVD $20
Rosemary's BabyRosemary's Baby (1968)
First major film to deal with the occult as subject matter has lost little of its potency. The trauma of pregnancy is heightened for Mia Farrow as…
DVD $20
Round MidnightRound Midnight (1986)
In 1950s Paris, a decadent American saxophonist develops a friendship with an appreciative French fan who shows him the virtues of clean living. A…
DVD $25
RushmoreRushmore (1998)
Bamboozling minds everywhere is this oblique comedy from Wes Anderson (BOTTLE ROCKET), re–envisioning that Hollywood mainstay, Highschool USA,…
DVD $35
SabrinaSabrina (1996)
Remake of the Hepburn–Bogart classic, the story of the chauffer's daughter who falls for the 'other' guy is tailored for a new generation,…
DVD $29.95
Savage Grace Savage Grace (2007)
Featuring another fearless performance from the great Julianne Moore, this takes the family dysfunction drama to a disturbing extreme as it maps the…
DVD $20
Saving GraceSaving Grace (2000)
Growth industries, joint ventures and budding friendships transpire in a sleepy, conservative Cornish idyll when Brenda Blethyn, a seriously indebted…
DVD $30
ScarfaceScarface (1932)
The most potent ganster flick of the '30s caused great controversy over its violent content when first released, still makes an impact today.…
DVD $20
Scent of a WomanScent of a Woman (1993)
Al Pacino finally method–acts his way to Oscar glory as a blind war veteran who, with the reluctant young chaperone, ventures to New York to…
DVD $15
ScreamScream (1996)
The horror genre gets a long overdue (if tongue–in–cheek) revamp but you needn't be an aficionado to experience the thrill of this…
DVD $20
SecretarySecretary (2002)
A spanking good black comedy detailing the bizarre relationship between a peculiar, ill–tempered lawyer and the meek secretary he…
DVD $30
SeraphineSeraphine (2008)
Intimate, Cesar–winning portrait of troubled French artist Seraphine de Senlis, a little–known painter who worked as an impoverished…
DVD $20
Servant, TheServant, The (1963)
First collaboration between playwright Harold Pinter and dir. Losey is an elegant diagram of English class cruelties, with man–servant Dirk…
DVD $30
Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby (TV Series) - Series 1Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby (TV Series) - Series 1 (2005)
Gleefully un–PC series stars David McPhail as an aggressively behind the times 'relief teacher' in a small New Zealand secondary school, whose…
DVD $40
Seven Wonders of the Industrial WorldSeven Wonders of the Industrial World (2004)
Using the propulsive docu–drama style of the BEYOND IMAGINATION series, this illuminates the stories behind seven great achievements of the…
DVD $25
Shadow of a DoubtShadow of a Doubt (1943)
Teenager Teresa Wright is thrilled when relative Joseph Cotten comes to stay, then less so, gradually realising Uncle Charlie may be a psychopathic…
DVD $15
ShenandoahShenandoah (1965)
Moving melodrama in which James Stewart heads a Virginian family deeply affected by the American Civil War. Co–stars Doug 'The 'Virginian'…
DVD $15
Sister ActSister Act (1992)
Whoopi Goldberg cavorts in a convent to evade the nasty boys after witnessing a gangland murder. Good–natured…
DVD $20
Slap ShotSlap Shot (1977)
Violent ice–hockey scenes jostle with profane humour in this ironic sports–flick based around a failing minor–league team, coached…
DVD $20 (import)
SnakeskinSnakeskin (2001)
Searching for a little excitement in those hills due west of Christchurch, NZ, Melanie Lynsky and Dean O’Gorman are sucked into a series of private…
DVD $20
Soldier of FortuneSoldier of Fortune (1955)
Mercenary Clark Gable is recruited to search for Hayward's lost husband in this proficient Hong Kong set thriller. Anti–communist thriller…
DVD $15
SpartacusSpartacus (1960)
First–rate epic details the revolt of the ancient Roman slaves as led by Kirk Douglas in the title role. Production spares little expense but…
DVD $20
Splendour in the GrassSplendour in the Grass (1961)
Smitten teens work up considerable sexual frenzy when their respective families won't let them be together. Appropriately, it's the lurid scenes…
DVD $20 (import)
SpotswoodSpotswood (1991)
Anthony Hopkins plays an efficiency expert hired to overhaul a cottage moccasin factory, and finds himself endeared to the staff.
DVD $25
Spy Who Came in from the ColdSpy Who Came in from the Cold (1965)
Stark yet gripping adaptation of John Le Carre's espionage novel. Richard Burton plays the dispossessed spy reluctantly engaged in the most dangerous…
DVD $20 (import)
Stage FrightStage Fright (1950)
Aspiring actress Jane Wyman investigates her friend's claims of innocence after he's imprisoned for murder. A polished job from Hitch, notable for a…
DVD $20
Starship TroopersStarship Troopers (1997)
ROBOCOP man Verhoeven's 'ironic' take on Robert Heinlein's 1959 novel about a totalitarian future society whose perfectly toned young 'citizens' wage…
DVD $15
StiffStiff (2004)
Superior telemovie adaptation from the popular crime novel series by Shane Maloney, based around a shambling but effective government advisor…
DVD $40 (w/ "The Brush Off ~ 3-disc set)
Still CrazyStill Crazy (1999)
Victims of 70s music–biz burnout, the assorted members of rockers Strange Fruit reform (before they go completely soft) for this ripe satire on…
DVD $25
Sting, TheSting, The (1973)
Classic vehicle for Robert Redford and Paul Newman playing two Depression–era conmen. Winner of seven Oscars including Best Picture. Music by…
DVD $20
Strangers On a TrainStrangers On a Train (1951)
The Master of Suspense justifies his mantle with this consummate thriller. He executes one glorious set piece after another as psycho Robert Walker…
DVD $25
Straw DogsStraw Dogs (1971)
With dir. Sam Peckinpah in top form, this powerful study of male territorial instincts pushed out the boundaries of movie violence in the…
DVD $25
SuburbiaSuburbia (Rebel Street's aka: Wild Side) (1983)
Low key yet definitive dramatic portrait of the American punk scene, staged with non–actors as the "T.R. gang" who set up camp in a scuzzy L.A.…
DVD $25 (import)
Sunday Too Far AwaySunday Too Far Away (1975)
One the hidden treasures of 70s Australian cinema, set around a desolate Outback shearing quarters, where Jack Thompson tries to organise the…
DVD $25
Sunset BoulevardSunset Boulevard (1950)
Faded screen vamp Gloria Swanson and screenwriter William Holden exploit each other mercilessly in this searing dissection of Hollywood decadence,…
DVD $25
Sweet Smell of SuccessSweet Smell of Success (1957)
New York–style cynicism reaches its apogee in this bitter pill from the 50s, with press agent Tony Curtis playing self–degrading lapdog…
DVD $20
Tatie DanielleTatie Danielle (1991)
Brilliantly absurd black comedy about an elderly widow who does her best to make life miserable for her relatives. Tsilla Chelton is irresistible as…
DVD $30
That'll Be the DayThat'll Be the Day (1973)
Popstar David Essex plays a British working–class youth who rejects the staid conformity of 50's Britain and eventually drifts into the…
DVD $15
Thing Called Love, TheThing Called Love, The (1993)
River Phoenix's final film in which, sadly, his fatal affliction is plainly evident. Set in Nashville, he aspires to country–rock stardom but…
DVD $20
This Happy BreedThis Happy Breed (1944)
Another David Lean–Noel Coward collaboration, the pair who later made the fine BRIEF ENCOUNTER. Here they turn their sensibilities to the…
DVD $25 (w/- Brief Encounter & Oliver Twist)
This Way of LifeThis Way of Life (2009)
Evocative, moving Kiwi doco which treats the viewer to an intimate glimpse of a family who reject modernity and live wild with six kids and fifty…
DVD $20
TommyTommy (1975)
The Who's ground–breaking rock opera about the deaf, dumb and blind kid who plays a mean pin–ball. It's a bad taste extravaganza that…
DVD $20
ToomelahToomelah (2011)
Heartrending portrait of a sensitive but troubled Aboriginal boy who yearns to be a gangster like the other male figures in his life. Like SAMSON…
DVD $20
Topp Twins: Untouchable GirlsTopp Twins: Untouchable Girls (2009)
An adorable, "Kiwi–as" portrait of NZ's beloved folk–singing comedy duo, Jools and Lynda Topp, which also resonates as a ripely…
DVD $20
Touch of Evil, ATouch of Evil, A (1958)
Declaring its virtuosity right from the famous opening–shot, this late film–noir weaves a tale of murder and blackmail in a Mexican…
DVD $25 (w/ The Third Man 2-Pack (as new))
Treasure of the Sierra Madre, TheTreasure of the Sierra Madre, The (1948)
Alltime Hollywood classic, rides with forlorn roughnecks Walter Huston and Humphrey Bogart (in a rare unsympathetic role) as they scrounge around…
DVD $20
TremorsTremors (1990)
Exciting tongue–in–cheek horror flick in the tradition of 50s 'Creature Features' has Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward among the desert yokels…
DVD $20
True ConfessionsTrue Confessions (1981)
Roberts' De Niro and Duvall act their socks off as cop and priest who happen to be brothers. Conflicting loyalties come to a head through a…
DVD $15
Twelve MonkeysTwelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys) (1996)
Ingenious time–travel epic is a long overdue shot in the arm to the sci–fi genre. Terry Gilliam (BRAZIL) notches up another beautiful and…
DVD $20
Twice Upon a TimeTwice Upon a Time (Désaccord parfait) (2007)
Agreeable Pan–Euro comedy recounting what happens when a former showbiz couple – a director and his actress muse – reunite thirty years after…
DVD $20
Twin SistersTwin Sisters (De Tweeling) (2002)
An epic 'tale of two sisters', which follows their lives after being separated as children in 1920s Holland and sent to live with rich and poor…
DVD $30
Two-Lane BlacktopTwo-Lane Blacktop (1971)
Ambling across a relentless roadscape of diners and gas stations, young petrol–heads James Taylor (yes, the pop singer) and Dennis Wilson (yes,…
DVD $30
Un Secret Un Secret (2008)
Graceful, poignant French wartime drama centred on the son of a Jewish family who uncovers a piece of unsettling family history at the time of the…
DVD $20
Unbearable Lightness of Being, TheUnbearable Lightness of Being, The (1988)
In war–torn Czechoslovakia 1968, a young doctor is caught between two lovers and the political struggle of his homeland. Daniel Day–Lewis…
DVD $25
Under the Spell of HorsesUnder the Spell of Horses (2010)
Wonderful, vivid documentary series on the ancient relationship between horse and man. Especially memorable: a spectacular, a five hundred strong…
DVD $30
Une Femme MarieeUne Femme Mariee (A Married Woman: Fragments of a Film Shot in 1964 in Black and White) (1964)
Key work from the first phase of Godard's career which deconstructs the life of a married woman in a series of complex and humorous portraits. Over a…
DVD $25 (w/ Collector's Booklet)
VertigoVertigo (1958)
Hitchcock at his most daring and surreal weaves a complex tale of neurosis when Jimmy Stewart's detective begins trailing a mysterious woman (Novak).…
DVD $30 (2-disc Edition)
Vikings, TheVikings, The (1958)
Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis and Ernest Borgnine sport their Nordic apparel to conduct a brutal dispute over the throne of Northumbria. Elegant…
DVD $20
Vintner's Luck, TheVintner's Luck, The (2009)
Contentious, opulent NZ–made adaptation of the much–loved Elizabeth Knox novel, ostensibly about the relationship between a guardian…
DVD $35
Visitor, The Visitor, The (2007)
Compassionate, beautifully–measured tale of a widowed college professor whose banal mid–life finds renewed joy (and heartbreak) after he…
DVD $30
Von Ryan's ExpressVon Ryan's Express (1965)
Frank Sinatra plays an unpopular US Colonel who leads a train–bound escape from an Italian POW camp. Tension mounts to a smashing finale.
DVD $20
Voyage Round My Father, AVoyage Round My Father, A (1983)
Laurence Olivier gives another special performance as Alan Bates' eccentric father who steadfastly refuses to accept compromises on account of his…
DVD $20
Wagner and MeWagner and Me (Stephen Fry Wagner & Me) (2010)
A passionate documentary in which Stephen Fry explores his love for the world's most controversial composer, Richard Wagner – a passion that…
DVD $20
Wait Until DarkWait Until Dark (1967)
A blind Audrey Hepburn is trapped in her apartment by psycho–beatnik Alan Arkin, who's looking for hidden heroin. Based on a stageplay, this…
DVD $20
Waking Ned DevineWaking Ned Devine (1998)
When national lottery winner Ned Devine carks it, a cunning old codger (Ian Bannen) assumes his identity to claim the loot, and finds no shortage of…
DVD $25
Wanderers, TheWanderers, The (1979)
Bittersweet throw back to life in a Bronx high school in 1963, focused on Italian gang 'The Wanderers', who fumble their way through romance and…
DVD $20
War and PeaceWar and Peace (1956)
In treating Tolstoy's literary sprawl, Hollywood pinned its hopes on a high–profile cast and extravagant battle sequences to redeem a…
DVD $20
WattstaxWattstax (1973)
A little–seen yet significant concert film of the 'Wattstax' festival in Los Angeles in 1972, organised to commemorate the 7th anniversary of…
DVD $30 (import)
Weeping Camel, TheWeeping Camel, The (Story of the Weeping Camel, The) (2003)
A lovingly filmed and touchingly simple excursion into the lives of a family of nomadic shepherds in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, which blurs the line…
DVD $30
What the Bleep do we Know!?What the Bleep do we Know!? (What the #$*! Do We (K)now!?) (2004)
A unique and certainly popular piece of 'New Age intellectualism", this follows the travails of a deaf photographer (Matlin) through life and…
DVD $40
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)
Joan Crawford and Bette Davis scheme and brood in this memorable gothic melodrama about an aged child star and her embittered and jealous sister who…
DVD $25
Where Eagles DareWhere Eagles Dare (1969)
Exciting adaptation of Alistair MacLean's WW2 novel concerning British paratroopers rescue mission from an impregnable castle.
DVD $20
White Countess, TheWhite Countess, The (2005)
Set in the tumult of 1930s Shanghai, when China was threatened with Japanese invasion, this final Merchant–Ivory production (producer Ismail…
DVD $20
Who Killed the Electric Car?Who Killed the Electric Car? (2005)
The promise of electric–powered transport and its subsequent demise is playfully detailed as a faux ‘murder mystery’ in this engaging…
DVD $20
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
High powered melodrama with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in peak form as a married couple whose dinner party turns into a violent debacle.…
DVD $25
Who's That Knocking At My Door?Who's That Knocking At My Door? (1967)
Martin Scorsese's debut feature spins an affecting yarn of youth around the relationship between a street–smart Catholic, Keitel (also…
DVD $20
Wicker Man, TheWicker Man, The (1973)
Policeman Edward Woodward investigates the death of a child on a remote isle where he discovers a sinister pagan cult. An engrossing journey into the…
DVD $20
Wild Bunch, TheWild Bunch, The (1969)
Sam Peckinpah's uncompromising Western bloodbath with William Holden and Ernest Borgnine leading the famous band of unruly marauders. Astonishing in…
DVD $25 (2-Disc Special Ed.)
Wind in the Willows, TheWind in the Willows, The (1996)
With the cream of British comic acting talent, this live–action adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic children's story is quite possibly the…
DVD $25
Witches of EastwickWitches of Eastwick (1987)
Lively comic fantasy about three bored spinsters whose dreams of Mr. Right unwittingly conjure up a diabolical Jack Nicholson.
DVD $20
Wolf Man, TheWolf Man, The (1941)
Universal horror classic has Lon Chaney Jnr. bitten by werewolf Bela Lugosi among the foggy glades of Alpine–set English villages.
DVD $20 (2-disc)
Woman of the YearWoman of the Year (1942)
Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn's endearing screen partnership ignited as disparate newspaper reporters whose personalities at once clash and…
DVD $20
Women in LoveWomen in Love (1969)
Ken Russell's esteemed version of D.H. Lawrence's finest novel about a macho entrepreneur, his philosophically and sexually dubious friend and their…
DVD $20 (import) , $20
WoodenheadWoodenhead (2003)
A remarkable and surrealistic melding of New Zealand setting and Germanic sensibility, in which a sad fairytale narrative is enacted, sung and…
DVD $30
Written On the WindWritten On the Wind (1956)
Douglas Sirk’s strident Texas oil–dynasty drama about a pair of spoiled and wayward heirs to the family fortune and the…
DVD $20
Wrong Man, TheWrong Man, The (1956)
Henry Fonda plays a New York musician whose personal life is dismantled through being falsely accused of robbery. The documentary style well suits…
DVD $20
Y Tu Mama TambienY Tu Mama Tambien (And Your Mother Too!) (2001)
Acclaimed universally (and here in NZ beset with censorship wrangles), this Mexican joyride, taken by two teenage boys and an older woman, is indeed…
DVD $25
Yes, Prime Minister (TV Series)Yes, Prime Minister (TV Series) (1986-1987)
The splendid sequel to the much–loved British political satire, with 'Minister' Eddington graduating, much to his surprise, to the top job,…
DVD $20 (Series 1)
You Got ServedYou Got Served (2004)
Hiphop melodrama in which rival 'crews' battle it out for supremacy in the arena of break–dancing. Renowned for the exceptional dance…
DVD $15
ZatoichiZatoichi (2003)
Actor–director–cult hero Takeshi Kitano stylishly revives a hero of well–known Japanese mythology and scores his most broadly…
DVD $25
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from MarsZiggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1973)
David Bowie, in his farewell gig of alter–ego Ziggy Stardust, performs many of the songs that forged his sensational career in the 1970s.
DVD $30

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