Classics will release Vivian Stanshall's comic masterpiece
Henry at Rawlinson End on DVD on October the 30th.
The film was the eventual result of a radio
play being developed by the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band founder for his friend
John Peel. The movie features Trevor Howard, as Sir Henry, Patrick Magee
and Harry Fowler.
The disc will feature a commentary track by
director Steve Roberts, and actors Sheila Reid and Jeremy Childs, a
picture gallery, trailer and "trivia". The disc will feature English HoH
subtitles. It has an RRP of £14.99.
Momentum will release the next CSI:
Miami and CSI: New York DVD sets on October the 23rd.
Miami - Season 3 Episodes 3.13-3.24 is a three-disc set, featuring
episodes from the 2004-5 season. Bonus features include a commentary track
for Whacked, the penultimate episode of the season, by co-writer
Ann Donahue; and three featurettes (Medical Examiner School (13m),
CSI: Miami - Delivering the Goods (13m) and CSI: Miami Locations
- Coast To Coast (11m)). The episodes are presented in anamorphic 16:9
widescreen format, and have Dolby Digital 5.1 audio (at 448kbps) and
optional English subtitles. The RRP is £39.99.
CSI: NY - Season 2 Episodes 2.13-3.24 is also a three-disc set,
this time featuring episodes from the 2005-6 season. The bonus features
include four featurettes: A New Look From the 35th Floor - CSI NY Set
Tour (8m), Top of the Heap: The Cast & Crew Look At Season 2
(10m); Heroes (7m) and Following the Finale (6m).
The episodes are presented in anamorphic 16:9 widescreen format, and have
Dolby Digital 5.1 audio (at 448kbps) and optional English subtitles. The
RRP is £39.99.
eighteenth issue of Richard Klemensen's Hammer magazine Little Shoppe
of Horrors is now available!
The issue features two late Hammer films,
which were produced by The Avengers' Brian Clemens: Captain
Kronos - Vampire Hunter and Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde. Bruce G.
Hallenback examines each film in detail, supported by interviews with
people like Horst Janson, composer Laurie Johnson and veteran
fight-arranger William Hobbs.
Other articles include a look at Jacques
Tourneur's Night of the Demon, and the second part of Wes Walker's
look at Hammer's business dealings.
The magazine will be available from
specialist dealers (I got mine in the Cinema Store, in Covent Garden), or
Little Shoppe of Horrors website.
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