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I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by RSU75 at May 13, 2019
I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection]

I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection, Spine #967]
Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~35.9 Mbps | 1hr 39mn | 43,5 GB
English: DTS-HD MA, 6 ch, 3665 kbps; English (Commentary): AC3, 2 ch, 192 kbps
Subtitles: English
Genre: Comedy, Music, Romance | Director: Robert Zemeckis

On February 9, 1964, the Beatles made their first live appearance on American television on The Ed Sullivan Show, ratcheting up the frenzy of a fan base whose ecstatic devotion to the band heralded an explosive new wave of youth culture. I Wanna Hold Your Hand looks back to that fateful weekend, following six New Jersey teenagers, each with different reasons for wanting to see the Fab Four, on a madcap mission to Manhattan to meet the band and score tickets to the show. With this rollicking first feature, director Robert Zemeckis and cowriter Bob Gale established themselves as a film­making team par excellence, adept at mining America’s cultural memory for comedy and adventure with a winning mixture of sweet nostalgia and playful irreverence.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by RSU75 at Aug. 12, 2019
I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection]

I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection, Spine #967]
DVD Video | 1hr 39mn | NTSC 16:9 | 720x480 | 7.40 Gb
English: AC3, 6 ch \ AC3, 2 ch | Subtitles: English
Genre: Comedy, Music, Romance | Director: Robert Zemeckis

On February 9, 1964, the Beatles made their first live appearance on American television on The Ed Sullivan Show, ratcheting up the frenzy of a fan base whose ecstatic devotion to the band heralded an explosive new wave of youth culture. I Wanna Hold Your Hand looks back to that fateful weekend, following six New Jersey teenagers, each with different reasons for wanting to see the Fab Four, on a madcap mission to Manhattan to meet the band and score tickets to the show. With this rollicking first feature, director Robert Zemeckis and cowriter Bob Gale established themselves as a film­making team par excellence, adept at mining America’s cultural memory for comedy and adventure with a winning mixture of sweet nostalgia and playful irreverence.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by RSU75 at April 2, 2019
I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection]

I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) [Criterion Collection, Spine #967]
BDRip 1080p | MKV | AVC 1920x1040, ~ 4.1 Mbps | 1hr 39mn | 4.03 GB
English: DTS, 6 ch, 1510 kbps; English (Commentary): AC3, 2 ch, 192 kbps
BDRip 720p | MKV | AVC 1280x692, ~ 2.9 Mbps | 1hr 39mn | 2.46 GB
English: AC3, 6 ch, 448 kbps; English (Commentary): AC3, 2 ch, 192 kbps
Subtitles: English
Genre: Comedy, Music, Romance | Director: Robert Zemeckis

On February 9, 1964, the Beatles made their first live appearance on American television on The Ed Sullivan Show, ratcheting up the frenzy of a fan base whose ecstatic devotion to the band heralded an explosive new wave of youth culture. I Wanna Hold Your Hand looks back to that fateful weekend, following six New Jersey teenagers, each with different reasons for wanting to see the Fab Four, on a madcap mission to Manhattan to meet the band and score tickets to the show. With this rollicking first feature, director Robert Zemeckis and cowriter Bob Gale established themselves as a film­making team par excellence, adept at mining America’s cultural memory for comedy and adventure with a winning mixture of sweet nostalgia and playful irreverence.

A Raisin in the Sun (1961) [Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by RSU75 at Dec. 4, 2019
A Raisin in the Sun (1961) [Criterion Collection]

A Raisin in the Sun (1961) [Criterion Collection, Spine #945]
Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~31.0 Mbps | 2hr 08mn | 44,5 GB
English: LPCM Audio, 1 ch, 1152 kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama

A substantial insurance payment could mean either financial salvation or personal ruin for a poor black family.
Godzilla Raids Again / Gojira no gyakushû (1955)+King Kong vs. Godzilla / Kingu Kongu tai Gojira (1963) [Criterion Collection]

Godzilla Raids Again / Gojira no gyakushû (1955) + King Kong vs. Godzilla / Kingu Kongu tai Gojira (1963)
[Criterion Collection, Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films (1954–1975), Spine #1000, Disc 2/8]

Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~32.9 Mbps | 1hr 30mn + 1hr 21mn | 44,4 GB
Japanese (日本語): LPCM Audio, 1 ch, 1152 kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Horror, Sci-Fi

Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975. In 1954, an enormous beast clawed its way out of the sea, destroying everything in its path—and changing movies forever. The arresting original Godzilla soon gave rise to an entire monster-movie genre (kaiju eiga), but the King of the Monsters continued to reign supreme: in fourteen fiercely entertaining sequels over the next two decades, Godzilla defended its throne against a host of other formidable creatures, transforming from a terrifying symbol of nuclear annihilation into a benevolent (if still belligerent) Earth protector. Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling, and indomitable international appeal that established the most iconic giant monster the cinema has ever seen.
Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964) + Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964)+Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965) [Criterion Collection]

Mothra vs. Godzilla / Mosura tai Gojira (1964) + Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster / San daikaijû: Chikyû saidai no kessen (1964) + Invasion of Astro-Monster / Kaijû daisensô (1965)
[Criterion Collection, Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films (1954–1975), Spine #1000, Disc 3/8]

Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~32.9 Mbps | 1hr 28mn + 1hr 33mn + 1hr 34mn | 45,2 GB
Japanese (日本語): LPCM Audio, 1 ch, 1152 kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Horror, Sci-Fi

Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975: In 1954, an enormous beast clawed its way out of the sea, destroying everything in its path—and changing movies forever. The arresting original Godzilla soon gave rise to an entire monster-movie genre (kaiju eiga), but the King of the Monsters continued to reign supreme: in fourteen fiercely entertaining sequels over the next two decades, Godzilla defended its throne against a host of other formidable creatures, transforming from a terrifying symbol of nuclear annihilation into a benevolent (if still belligerent) Earth protector. Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling, and indomitable international appeal that established the most iconic giant monster the cinema has ever seen.
Ebirah, Horror of the Deep (1966) + Son of Godzilla (1967) + Destroy All Monsters (1968) [Criterion Collection]

Ebirah, Horror of the Deep / Gojira, Ebirâ, Mosura: Nankai no daiketto (1966) + Son of Godzilla / Kaijûtô no kessen: Gojira no musuko (1967) + Destroy All Monsters / Kaijû sôshingeki (1968)
[Criterion Collection, Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films (1954–1975), Spine #1000, Disc 4/8]

Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~32.9 Mbps | 1hr 26mn + 1hr 25mn + 1hr 29mn | 44,9 GB
Japanese (日本語): LPCM Audio, 1 ch, 1152 kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Horror, Sci-Fi

Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975: In 1954, an enormous beast clawed its way out of the sea, destroying everything in its path—and changing movies forever. The arresting original Godzilla soon gave rise to an entire monster-movie genre (kaiju eiga), but the King of the Monsters continued to reign supreme: in fourteen fiercely entertaining sequels over the next two decades, Godzilla defended its throne against a host of other formidable creatures, transforming from a terrifying symbol of nuclear annihilation into a benevolent (if still belligerent) Earth protector. Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling, and indomitable international appeal that established the most iconic giant monster the cinema has ever seen.
All Monsters Attack (1969) + Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971) [Criterion Collection]

All Monsters Attack / Gojira-Minira-Gabara: Oru kaijû daishingeki (1969) + Godzilla vs. Hedorah / Gojira tai Hedora (1971)
[Criterion Collection, Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films (1954–1975), Spine #1000, Disc 5/8]

Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~34.4 Mbps | 1hr 09mn + 1hr 25mn | 41,8 GB
Japanese (日本語): LPCM Audio, 1 ch, 1152 kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Horror, Sci-Fi

Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975: In 1954, an enormous beast clawed its way out of the sea, destroying everything in its path—and changing movies forever. The arresting original Godzilla soon gave rise to an entire monster-movie genre (kaiju eiga), but the King of the Monsters continued to reign supreme: in fourteen fiercely entertaining sequels over the next two decades, Godzilla defended its throne against a host of other formidable creatures, transforming from a terrifying symbol of nuclear annihilation into a benevolent (if still belligerent) Earth protector. Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling, and indomitable international appeal that established the most iconic giant monster the cinema has ever seen.
Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972) + Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) [Criterion Collection]

Godzilla vs. Gigan / Chikyû kogeki meirei: Gojira tai Gaigan (1972) + Godzilla vs. Megalon / Gojira tai Megaro (1973)
[Criterion Collection, Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films (1954–1975), Spine #1000, Disc 6/8]

Blu-Ray | BDMV | AVC, 1920x1080, ~33.2 Mbps | 1hr 29mn + 1hr 21mn | 44,1 GB
Japanese (日本語): LPCM Audio, 1 ch, 1152 kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Horror, Sci-Fi

Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975: In 1954, an enormous beast clawed its way out of the sea, destroying everything in its path—and changing movies forever. The arresting original Godzilla soon gave rise to an entire monster-movie genre (kaiju eiga), but the King of the Monsters continued to reign supreme: in fourteen fiercely entertaining sequels over the next two decades, Godzilla defended its throne against a host of other formidable creatures, transforming from a terrifying symbol of nuclear annihilation into a benevolent (if still belligerent) Earth protector. Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling, and indomitable international appeal that established the most iconic giant monster the cinema has ever seen.

Local Hero (1983) [Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by RSU75 at Nov. 26, 2019
Local Hero (1983) [Criterion Collection]

Local Hero (1983) [Criterion Collection, Spine #994]
DVD Video, 2 x DVD9 | NTSC 16:9 | 720x480 | 1hr 51mn | 6.76 Gb + 7.40 Gb
English: Dolby AC3, 1 ch; English (Commentary): Dolby AC3, 2 ch
Subtitles: English
Genre: Comedy, Drama

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery. But things don't go as expected.