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Eclipse Series 40 - Late Ray [2014]  Video

Posted by Someonelse at Jan. 15, 2015
Eclipse Series 40 - Late Ray [2014]

Eclipse Series 40: Late Ray [2014]
A Three Films by Satyajit Ray
3xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 4:3 | 357 mins | 22,5 Gb
Audio: Bengali AC3 1.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Art-house, Drama

The films directed by the great Satyajit Ray in the last ten years of his life have a unique dignity and drama. Three of them are collected here: the fervent Rabindranath Tagore adaptation The Home and the World; the vital An Enemy of the People, based on the Henrik Ibsen play; and the filmmaker’s final work, the poignant and philosophical family story The Stranger. They are complex, political, and humane depictions of worlds both corrupt and indescribably beautiful, constructed with Ray’s characteristic elegance and imbued with autumnal profundity. These late-career features are the meditative works of a master.
Eclipse Series 31: Three Popular Films by Jean-Pierre Gorin [2012] [ReUp]

Eclipse Series 31: Three Popular Films by Jean-Pierre Gorin [2012]
Poto and Cabengo (1980) / Routine Pleasures (1986) / My Crasy Life (1992)
3xDVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 4:3 | 251 mins | 12,15 Gb
Audio: English AC3 1.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subs: English SDH
Genre: Documentary

Jean-Pierre Gorin, widely known for his collaborations with Jean-Luc Godard in the Dziga Vertov Group (including Tout va bien), established his personal voice with this trio of fascinating, nontraditional documentaries. Made in Southern California after the filmmaker relocated there in the midseventies, Poto and Cabengo, Routine Pleasures, and My Crasy Life illuminate hidden corners of our culture. With these films, Gorin revealed himself as a major chronicler of American life at its most hauntingly enigmatic.

The Eclipse (2009)  Video

Posted by yorkiez at Oct. 13, 2013
The Eclipse (2009)

The Eclipse (2009)
DVDRip | MKV/AVC x264 ~1879 kbps avg | 1Hr 27Mins | 23.976 fps | 848x416 | 1.39 GB
Audio: English | AC3 6 Ch 384 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama, Horror, Romance | Director: Conor McPherson

In a seaside Irish town, a widower sparks with a visiting horror novelist while he also begins to believe he is seeing ghosts.
Eclipse Series 28: The Warped World of Koreyoshi Kurahara (1960-1967)[Criterion Eclipse Seies] [REPOST]

Eclipse Series 28: The Warped World of Koreyoshi Kurahara (1960-1967)[Criterion Eclipse Seies]
5xDVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 16:9 | 720x480 | ~ 5700 - 8100 kbps | 20Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 1.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subs: English
Full time: ~ 440 minutes | Japan | Drama, Crime, Mystery

Over the course of his varied career, Koreyoshi Kurahara made meticulous noirs, jazzy juvenile-delinquency pictures, and even nature films. His free-form approach to moviemaking was perfectly suited to the radical spirit of the 1960s, when he was one of the biggest hit makers working at the razzle-dazzle, youth-oriented Nikkatsu studios. The five films collected here hail from that era of the Japanese New Wave, and encompass breathless teen escapades, cruel crime stories, a Yukio Mishima adaptation, and even a Hollywood-inspired romantic comedy.
Eclipse Series 19: Chantal Akerman in the Seventies (1972-1978) [The Criterion Collection] [REPOST]

Eclipse Series 19: Chantal Akerman in the Seventies (1972-1978) [The Criterion Collection]
2xDVD9+DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | ~ 6000-7000 kbps | 19.2Gb
Audio: French AC3 1.0 @ 192-320 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Full time: ~ 370 minutes | France, Belgium, West Germany, USA | Drama

Over the past four decades, Belgian director Chantal Akerman (Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles) has created one of cinema’s most distinctive bodies of work—formally daring, often autobiographical films about people and places, time and space. In this collection, we present the early films that put her on the map: intensely personal, modernist investigations of cities, history, family, and sexuality, made in the 1970s in the United States and Europe and strongly influenced by the New York experimental film scene. Bold and iconoclastic, these five films pushed boundaries in their day and continue to have a profound influence on filmmakers all over the world.
Eclipse Series 17: Nikkatsu Noir (1957-1967) [Tre Criterion Collection] [REPOST]

Eclipse Series 17: Nikkatsu Noir (1957-1967) [Tre Criterion Collection]
5xDVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 16:9, 4:3 | 720x480 | ~ 5600kbps | 18.3Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 1.0 @ 384 kbps | Subtitles: English
Full time: ~ 450 minutes | Japan | Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller, Mystery

From the late 1950s through the sixties, wild, idiosyncratic crime movies were the brutal and boisterous business of Nikkatsu, the oldest film studio in Japan. In an effort to attract youthful audiences growing increasingly accustomed to American and French big-screen imports, Nikkatsu began producing action potboilers (mukokuseki akushun, or “borderless action”) that incorporated elements of the western, comedy, gangster, and teen-rebel genres. This bruised and bloody collection represents a standout cross section of what Nikkatsu had to offer, from such prominent, stylistically daring directors as Seijun Suzuki, Toshio Masuda, and Takashi Nomura.
Eclipse Series 09: The Delirious Fictions of William Klein (1966-1977) [The Criterion Collection] [REPOST]

Eclipse Series 09: The Delirious Fictions of William Klein (1966-1977) [The Criterion Collection]
3xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 16:9 | 720x480 | 17.8Gb
Audio: French AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps - Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?, The Model Couple; English AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps - Mr.Freedom | Subtitles: English
Full Time: 05:54:00 | France | Comedy, Drama

William Klein's explosive New York street photography made him one of the most heralded artists of the sixties. An American expatriate in Paris, Klein has also been making challenging cinema for more than forty years, yet with the exception of his acclaimed documentary Muhammad Ali, the Greatest, his film work is barely known in the United States. In his three fiction features—Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?, Mr. Freedom, and The Model Couple—he skewers the fashion industry, American imperialism, and governmental mind control with hilarious, cutting aplomb. Today Klein's politically galvanizing social critiques seem even more acute than the works of the more famous New Wavers. These are colorful, surreal antidotes to all forms of social oppression.
Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu - Three Family Comedies (1931-1933) [Criterion Collection] [REPOST]

Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu - Three Family Comedies (1931-1933) [The Criterion Collection]
3xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | 8500kbps (I Was Born, But…, Tokyo Chorus), 8000kbps (Passing Fancy) | 17.3Gb
Audio: English AC3 1.0 @ 192Kbps | Japanese intertitles with optional English subtitles
Full Time: 04:50:00 | Japan | Comedy, Drama

In the late twenties and early thirties, Yasujiro Ozu was working steadily for Shochiku studios, honing his craft on dozens of silent films in various genres, from romantic melodramas to college comedies to gangster pictures—and, of course, movies about families. In these three droll domestic films—Tokyo Chorus, I Was Born, But . . . , and Passing Fancy, presented here with all-new scores by renowned silent-film composer Donald Sosin—Ozu movingly and humorously depicts middle-class struggles and the resentments between children and parents, establishing the emotional and aesthetic delicacy with which he would transform the landscape of cinema."

Eclipse Series 37: When Horror Came to Shochiku (1967-1968) [ReUp]  Video

Posted by Someonelse at May 18, 2013
Eclipse Series 37: When Horror Came to Shochiku (1967-1968) [ReUp]

Eclipse Series 37: When Horror Came to Shochiku (1967-1968)
4xDVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 16:9 | 336 min | 17 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 1.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Horror, Sci-fi

Following years of a certain radioactive beast’s domination at the box office, many Japanese studios tried to replicate the formula with their own brands of monster movies. One of the most fascinating, if short-lived, dives into that fiendish deep end was the one by Shochiku, a studio better known for elegant dramas by the likes of Kenji Mizoguchi and Yasujiro Ozu. In 1967 and 1968, the company created four certifiably batty, low-budget fantasies, tales haunted by watery ghosts, plagued by angry insects, and stalked by aliens - including one in the form of a giant chicken-lizard. Shochiku’s outrageous and oozy horror period shows a studio leaping into the unknown, even if only for one brief, bloody moment.

Eclipse Series 32: Pearls of the Czech New Wave (1966-1969) [ReUp]  Video

Posted by Someonelse at June 10, 2012
Eclipse Series 32: Pearls of the Czech New Wave (1966-1969) [ReUp]

Eclipse Series 32: Pearls of the Czech New Wave (1966-1969)
4xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC 4:3 | 513 mins | Total: 29,13 Gb
Audio: Chezh AC3 1.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Art-house, Drama, Comedy

Of all the cinematic New Waves that broke over the world in the 1960s, the one in Czechoslovakia was among the most fruitful, fascinating, and radical. With a wicked sense of humor and a healthy streak of surrealism, a group of fearless directors - including eventual Oscar winners Miloš Forman and Ján Kadár - began to use film to speak out about the hypocrisy and absurdity of the Communist state. A defining work was the 1966 omnibus film Pearls of the Deep, which introduced five of the movement’s essential voices: Věra Chytilová, Jaromil Jireš, Jiří Menzel, Jan Němec, and Evald Schorm. This series presents that title, along with five other crucial works that followed close on its heels, one from each of those filmmakers - some dazzlingly experimental, some arrestingly realistic, all singular expressions from a remarkable time and place.