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Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) Blu Ray (Eureka!)

A fine 4K restorations of director Henry Levin's dated but enjoyable version of Jules Verne's adventure novel, starring Pat Boone and James Mason.

Sparks fly between James Mason and Arlene Dahl in Journey to the Center of the Earth


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The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953) Blu Ray & DVD (Indicator)

Not entirely successful, but so wildly unusual it has to be experienced.

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T has colourful production and costume design


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The Sinbad Trilogy Blu Ray & DVD Limited Edition (Indicator)

A must for those who are nostalgic about the films, and for those who want to find out what made Ray Harryhausen so cherished.

Dragon and Cyclops face off in The 7th Voyage of Sinbad


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12 Angry Men (1957) Blu Ray (The Criterion Collection)

An inspirational and insightful look at the nature of judgement and justice, featured in one of the best Blu Ray packages this year.

Henry Fonda - one of the 12 Angry Men

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Caltiki the Immortal Monster (1959) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

The low budget Italian sci-fi horror from Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava is fun despite its shortcomings.

Low budget horror in Caltiki

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The Big Heat (1953) Blu Ray & DVD (Powerhouse/Indicator)

Another old classic done justice via a Powerhouse/Indicator release.

Glenn Ford confronts Lee Marvin in The Big Heat

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Hell Drivers (1957) Blu Ray (Network)

Action-packed Cy Endfield trucker drama may be dated on the action front, but its commentary is still very relevant.

Hell Drivers made Stanley Baker into a star

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The Iron Giant - Signature Edition (1999) Blu Ray (Warner)

One of the least deserving box office flops of all time.

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