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    Kino Releasing Curtis Harrington's Night Tide

    This is coming out 10/15/13.

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    On leave in a shore side town, Johnny (Dennis Hopper) becomes interested in a young dark haired woman. They meet and he learns that she plays a mermaid in the local carnival. After strange occurrences, Johnny begins to believe that she may actually be a real mermaid that habitually kills during the cycle of the full moon.

    BONUS FEATURES: Commentary from Director Curtis Harrington and Actor Dennis Hopper. Extended interview (50 mins) with Director Curtis Harrington, Original Theatrical Trailer

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    I'm in for this. Since it's a Kino without a Redemption association perhaps the whites won't all be grey.
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    BLACK SUNDAY wasn't a Redemption title, it was a straight-up Kino.

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    Yeah, it was, but same person produces them -- Bret Wood.

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    Indicator announced this for 2020.

    https://www.powerhousefilms.co.uk/pr.../night-tide-le

    Release date: 27 January 2020
    Limited Edition Blu-ray (UK premiere)

    Presented by Nicolas Winding Refn in a new 4K restoration, Curtis Harrington’s acclaimed fantasy-thriller, featuring Dennis Hopper (The Last Movie) in his first starring role, is an offbeat classic of American cinema. Hopper plays a sailor on shore leave, when he meets a young woman (Linda Lawson) who may not be as she seems…

    Exclusive to this two-disc set is a bonus Blu-ray devoted to Harrington’s short films, encompassing his seven decades as a filmmaker and featuring experimental works, documentaries, and the two adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher that bookended his career.

    INDICATOR LIMITED EDITION 2x BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES:

    DISC ONE: NIGHT TIDE

    New 4K restoration
    Original mono audio
    Audio commentary with writer-director Curtis Harrington and actor Dennis Hopper (1998)
    Audio commentary with writer and film programmer Tony Rayns (2020)
    Harrington on Harrington (2018, 25 mins): wide-ranging archival interview with the filmmaker
    Sinister Image: Curtis Harrington (1987, 57 mins): two episodes from David Del Valle’s series devoted to cult cinematic figures in conversation, featuring a career-spanning interview with the director
    Original theatrical trailer
    Image gallery: publicity and promotional material
    New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing

    DISC TWO: DREAM LOGIC: THE SHORT FILMS OF CURTIS HARRINGTON (LIMITED EDITION EXCLUSIVE DISC)

    High Definition remasters
    Original mono audio
    Eight short films spanning Harrington’s seven decades as a filmmaker, including experimental works, documentaries and his career-bookending Edgar Allan Poe adaptations: The Fall of the House of Usher (1942, 10 mins); Fragment of Seeking (1946, 14 mins); Picnic (1948, 23 mins); On the Edge (1949, 6 mins); The Assignation (1953, 8 mins); The Wormwood Star (1956, 10 mins); The Four Elements (1966, 13 mins); Usher (2002, 37 mins)
    Image gallery: production photography and a rare selection from Harrington’s personal collection
    New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
    Limited edition exclusive 80-page book featuring new writing on Night Tide by Paul Duane, Curtis Harrington on Night Tide and the short films, archival articles by Harrington on horror cinema, experimental films and the making of Picnic, an overview of critical responses, Peter Conheim on the restoration of Night Tide, and film credits

    Limited edition exclusive set of five facsimile lobby cards
    UK premieres on Blu-ray
    Limited edition of 3,000 copies

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    BBFC cert: PG
    REGION FREE
    EAN: 5060697920161

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