Eureka! has announced its August 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are an action-packed double feature starring the ‘Queen of Kung-fu’, Buster Keaton’s first feature-length film, and a classic Western starring Kirk Douglas.

Angela Mao and director Huang Feng (The Shaolin Plot) were a superstar pairing that produced an incredible series of top tier kung-fu classics including Deadly China DollWhen Taekwondo Strikes and the two films presented in a forthcoming Double Feature – Hapkido and Lady Whirlwind. Similar to the plot of Bruce Lee’s Fist of FuryHapkido was a huge hit in the West, even briefly beating Lee’s ENTER THE DRAGON at the North American box office. This is coupled with Lady Whirlwind, arguably Angela Mao’s most iconic film, stars Mao as a deadly fighter out for revenge on the man who wronged her sister.  Presented from brand new 2K restorations, the set will be released on Blu-ray on 22 August 2022 for the first time ever in the UK as a part of the Eureka Classics range. The first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase, Reversible Poster & Collector’s Booklet.

In 1920, having served a slapstick apprenticeship in the shorts of Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle, Buster Keaton had earned the opportunity to headline his own series of two-reel comedies. The very moment at which he emerged as a star of his own shorts, Keaton was recruited to appear in his first feature film, The Saphead, based on a popular stage play.  The film will be released on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK in a stunning Masters of Cinema edition.Available from 22 August 2022, the first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase.

Kirk Douglas stars in Man Without A Star, an exciting King Vidor (Duel In The Sun) Western about a wandering cowboy who becomes embroiled in a bloody dispute between rival ranchers.  Vidor expertly blends humour and excitement in this classic action-packed Western, making its UK debut on Blu-ray as part of The Masters of Cinema Series. Released on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK from 15 August 2022.

 

Eureka! have announced the release of its very first 4K Ultra HD titles.  The most action-packed trilogy of all time, The Police Story Trilogy will make its worldwide Ultra HD Blu-ray debut from stunning 4K restorations on 26 September 2022.

Commenting on the new development, the company’s Managing Director, Ruth Schofield stated  “Over the years via our Masters of Cinema Series and Eureka! Classics range we have always sought to maintain the highest standards in home video presentation, using the finest materials available. So, it was always only going to be a matter of time before we embraced this state of the art, high-end format; enabling us to continue to present the finest in cult and world cinema to the highest possible standard.  We are very proud to present the series of films that revitalised the Hong Kong action genre and established Jackie Chan as a worldwide superstar, as our very first UHD release, and look forward to bringing you more UHD releases in the future, including our first UHD Masters of Cinema release.” The trilogy will be released in a 
Limited-Edition set (4000 copies only) which will feature a Hardbound Slipcase & 100-page Collector’s Booklet.

 

In addition to the trilogy, the thrill-a-minute third instalment in the series; Police Story 3: Supercop, starring Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All at Once) alongside Chanwill be released on Blu-ray for the first time ever in the UK as a part of the Eureka Classics range, presented from a brand new 4K restoration. Available from 26 September 2022, the first print-run of 3000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase, Lobby Cards & Collector’s Booklet.

 

 

Eureka! has announced its July 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are a trio of horror tales starring Boris Karloff, and two slickly made cat-and-mouse thrillers from director Johnnie To.

For the first release of the month Eureka! dive into the Universal Pictures vaults to present a trio of horror tales, all starring the iconic Boris Karloff. In the pulse-pounding crime thriller Night Key (dir. Lloyd Corrigan, 1937), Karloff plays the eccentric inventor of a high-tech security system who is kidnapped by a gang of burglars and forced to help them commit a series of robberies. Then, in the lavishly produced The Climax (dir. George Waggner, 1944), Karloff plays the house physician at an Opera house whose insane jealousy drives him to murder. And finally, Karloff stars as a doctor who risks his own life to save the captives of a mad count in The Black Castle (dir. Nathan H. Juran, 1952). Available from 18 July 2022 as part of the Eureka Classics range, the first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase & Collector’s Booklet.  The set features UK debuts on home video for both Night Key and The Climax. All three films are on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.

Next up, Johnnie To’s slickly made cat-and-mouse thrillers are together for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, scanned and restored in 2K.  In Running Out of Time, Andy Lau (who won the Best Actor award at the 2000 Hong Kong Film Awards for his role) stars in a visually dazzling and nail-bitingly intense action thriller that became one of Hong Kong’s biggest box office hits.  In Running Out Of Time 2, Lan Ching-wan reprises his role as Inspector Ho, this time chasing an elusive thief with a taste for the theatrical. Both films are scanned and restored in 2K and available as part of The Masters of Cinema Series from 25 July 2022. The first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase.

Eureka! has announced its June 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are a masterpiece from the Godfather of Taiwan Cinema, one of the first psychologically driven films of the gangster genre, plus a 2K restoration of one of the best and most important works of martial arts cinema.

The films of director Lee Hsing combined Western realism with the neo-Confucian ideals advocated by the nationalist government in Taiwan. Director of a number of masterpieces, the film he considered his personal favourite of all his films—and certainly his most successful—Execution in Autumn comes to Blu-ray for the first time ever as part of the Masters of Cinema series, in time for its 50th anniversary. The first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase, and will be released on the 20 June.

While under contract at Universal Studios, Tod Browning crafted a series of melodramas with strong female protagonists, women on the wrong side of the law, who stood defiantly against the men who tried to control them. No actress better personified this tough, glamorous anti-hero than Priscilla Dean (Drifting, White Tiger). Outside the Law was Browning’s second film with actor Lon Chaney, whose gifts for elaborate makeup and ruthless villainy would flower under Browning’s direction, setting the stage for a series of monstrous characterisations that would revolutionise the melodrama and lay the foundations of the American horror film. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Outside the Law from a 4K restoration for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK on 13 June.

After his work directing the action sequences for King Hu’s Palme D’or winning A Touch of ZenSammo Hung worked with director Huang Feng (Lady Whirlwind, Hapkido) on a series of martial arts masterpieces which continuously broke new ground for action cinema, the culmination of which was The Shaolin Plot. After the release of this film, Sammo (who also has one of his first major acting roles here, playing a deadly monk with an unusual choice of weaponry) began his own career as a director and would play a huge role in the “Golden Age” of Hong Kong cinema – an era which revolutionised action filmmaking around the world.  On home video for the first time in the UK from a new 2K restorationEureka Classics is proud to present a towering classic that deserves to be recognised as one of the best and most important works of martial arts cinema. Available on Blu-ray from 20 June 2022, the first print run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase and Collectors Booklet.

 

Eureka! has announced its May 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are a hard-hitting thriller with Oliver Reed in one of his best action performances, and a brand new 2K restoration of one of the finest and most enduringly mysterious of all horror films.

Spaghetti Western supremo Sergio Sollima (The Big Gundown; Face to Face; and Run, Man, Run) turns his directorial hand to violent and action-packed 1973 Italian crime thriller Revolver in the first of this month’s releases. Starring Oliver Reed (Gladiator) & sporting the tagline “Makes Death Wish look like wishful thinking!” Revolver is pumped full of high adrenalin action & enhanced still further by a soundtrack from the late, great maestro Ennio Morricone. The first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase & Collector’s Booklet, and will be released on 16 May.

The Masters Of Cinema Series next & it’s a big release for all fans of the Collectors Series as Eureka proudly present a very special Limited Edition release of Carl Theodor Dreyer‘s 1932 early horror masterwork Vampyr for its 90th Anniversary. Presented from an all-new 2K restoration by the Danish Film Institute, supported by the MEDIA program Creative Europe, and taking more than a decade to complete – materials from several European archives (including the BFI, CNC and DFI) have been meticulously scanned and assessed to create the highest quality and most faithful version of Vampyr possible. A tour-de-force of supernatural phantasmagoria and creeping unease, via audacious camerawork and sound design Vampyr remains a cornerstone work of the horror genre. The film will be released theatrically on 20 May, followed by the Limited Edition Blu-ray release on 30 May.

The first foray into sound filmmaking by one of cinema’s pivotal artists, Vampyr remains a cornerstone work of the horror genre. The dreamlike tale of an occult-obsessed student’s visit to a small French village, as he is drawn into the unsettling mystery around a stricken family’s struggle with malevolent forces, remains an unparalleled evocation of the uncanny.

Adapting the haunted stories of Sheridan Le Fanu, Carl Th. Dreyer‘s ceaseless innovation delivers a tour-de-force of supernatural phantasmagoria and creeping unease, via audacious camerawork and sound design.

Presented from an all-new 2K restoration by the Danish Film Institute, supported by the MEDIA program Creative Europe, and taking more than a decade to complete – materials from several European archives (including the BFI, CNC and DFI) have been meticulously scanned and assessed to create the highest quality and most faithful version of Vampyr possible. Now unveiled for the film’s 90th anniversary, one of the most visually and aurally distinctive horror films ever made finally returns to cinemas in the UK & Ireland, in a definitive incarnation that achieves the full experience Dreyer intended audiences to have.

In celebration of the 90th Anniversary, Vampyr will be returning to cinemas in the UK & Ireland, from 20 May 2022.

 

Bradford; National Science & Media Museum; 25 June 2022 (1 day) Book Here

London; Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley; 2 July 2022 (1 day) Book Here

Nottingham; Broadway Cinema; 15-17 July 2022 (3 days)

Crickhowell; Green Man Festival; 18-21 August (Date TBC)

Lewes; Depot; 31 October 2022 (1 day)

 

Vampyr has previously screened at the following venues:

London; BFI Southbank (UK Premiere); 5 May 2022

London; BFI Southbank; w/c 20 May 2022 (14 days)

London; Institute for Contemporary Arts (The ICA); w/c 20 May; w/c 27 May; w/c 3 June 2022

London; Prince Charles Cinema; w/c 20 May 2022 (3 days)

London; Rio Cinema; w/c 20 May 2022 (7 days)

Dublin; Irish Film Institute (IFI); w/c 20 May 2022 (7 days)

Edinburgh; Filmhouse; w/c 20 May 2022 (7 days)

Glasgow; GFT; w/c 20 May 2022 (Selected Shows)

Manchester; Home; w/c 20 May 2022 (Selected Shows)

Newcastle; Tyneside Cinema; w/c 20 May 2022 (Selected Shows)

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Bromley Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Central Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Clapham Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Crouch End Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; East Dulwich Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Finsbury Park Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Fulham Road Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; The Gate, Notting Hill; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Greenwich Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Hackney Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Ritzy; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; Stratford Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

London; West Norwood Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Ashford; Ashford Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Bath; Little Theatre Cinema; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Brighton; Duke of Yorks; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Cambridge; Arts Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Edinburgh; Cameo Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Exeter; Exeter Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Henley-on-Thames; Regal Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Liverpool; Picturehouse at FACT; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Norwich; Cinema City; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Oxford ; Phoenix Picturehouse; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Sheffield; Showroom; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Southampton; Harbour Lights; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

York; City Screen; 22 May 2022 (1 day)

Cork; Triskel Arts Centre; 23-26 May 2022 (4 days)

Bristol; Watershed; 27-29 May 2022 (3 days)

Ipswich; King Street Cinema; 28 May 2022 (1 day)

Cheltenham; The Playhouse; 28 May 2022 (1 day);

Northampton; Northampton Filmhouse; 28 May 2022 (1 day)

Halifax; Square Chapel Arts Centre; 29 May 2022 (1 day)

Dundee; Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA); 29, 30 May & 1, 2 June 2022 (4 days)

Aberdeen, Belmont Filmhouse; 3 June 2022 (3 days)

London; Genesis Cinema; 5 June 2022 (1 day)

London; Chiswick Cinema; 6 June 2022 (1 day)

Belfast; Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT); w/c 10 June 2022 (5 screenings)

Coventry; Warwick Arts Centre; 13,14 & 16 June 2022 (3 days)

Colchester; First Site; 19 June 2022 (1 day)

 

2022 brings the centenary of the most influential horror film of all time.

In 1922 one film changed cinema and defined screen terror.  100 years later, it continues to haunt and terrify audiences.  2022 brings the centenary of the most influential horror film of all time. The turning point in the career of legendary director F.W. Murnau (Sunrise, The Last Laugh), the screen’s first, albeit unauthorised adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (which itself celebrates its 125th Anniversary this year) features Max Schreck’s unforgettable performance as the vampire Count Orlok, the most chilling portrayal of cadaverous evil in film history. Although a court order to destroy the film was successfully brought by Stoker’s widow, some copies escaped, and subsequently gave the 20th century some of its defining images of supernatural terror and dread. A decades-long search for the best surviving material and a re-recording of the original score by Hans Erdmann now allows us to see the film exactly as it premiered 100 years ago.

Remade by Werner Herzog in 1979 (and inspiring films as diverse as Abel Ferrara’s King of New York and The Addiction, and E. Elias Merhige’s Shadow of the Vampire), F. W. Murnau’s surreal 1922 cine-fable remains the original and landmark entry in the entire global tradition of “the horror film”. A towering masterpiece whose legacy is truly incalculable, Nosferatu remains as mesmerising – and haunting – as ever.

In celebration of the centenary Nosferatu is back in cinemas theatres throughout the UK & Ireland.

 

Cardiff; Chapter Arts Centre (Vampfest)* ; 22 June 2022 Book here

[* Please note that the above screening does NOT feature the restoration by Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung]

London; Regent Street Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Jonathan Eyre & Evolution of Horror Q&A); 21 June 2022 (1 day) Book here

Bradford; Cubby Broccoli Cinema @ National Science & Media Museum (Bradford Literary Festival); 2 July 2022 (TBC) (1 day) Book here

Scarborough; Stephen Joseph Theatre; 2 July 2022

London; Riverside Studios (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 9 July 2022 Book here

Hitchin; Richard Whitmore Studio @ Queen Mother Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Minima); 13 July 2022 (1 day) Book here

Crickhowell; Green Man Festival; 18-21 August (Date TBC)

Alnwick; Playhouse (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 12 & 13 October 2022 (2 days) Book here

Cumbria; Arts Out West (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 14-16 October 2022 TBC (3 days)

Penistone; Paramount Cinema; 16 October 2022 (1 day)

Bordon; Phoenix Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 22 October 2022 (1 day)

London; Prince Charles Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Ben Pearson); 23 October 2022 (1 day))

Teignmouth; Pavillions (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 24 October 2022 (1 day)

Havant; The Spring (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 25 October 2022 (1 day)

Southampton; Hanger Farm (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 26 October 2022 (1 day)

Oban; Oban Phoenix; 28-31 October 2022 (4 days)

Isle of Wight; Quay Theatre (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 28 October 2022 (1 day)

Kendal; Brewery Arts Centre; 29 October 2022 (1 day)

Birmingham; Electric Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 30 October 2022 (1 day)

Liverpool; Philharmonic (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 31 October 2022 (1 day)

Pershore; Number 8 (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 1 November 2022 (1 day)

Shropshire; Arts Alive (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 3 & 4 November 2022 TBC (2 days)

Halifax; Square Chapel Arts Centre (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 6 November 2022 (1 day)

Wigan; Old Courts (with live music accompaniment from Chris Green); 6 November 2022 (1 day)

Aberystwyth; Arts Centre; 16 November 2022 (1 day)

Bristol; St. Georges (with live music accompaniment from Neil Brand); 21 November 2022 (1 day)

 

London; BFI Southbank; October (Dates TBC)

Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre; October (Dates TBC)

Nottingham; Broadway; October (Date TBC)

Oban; Phoenix; October (Date TBC)

Edinburgh; Filmhouse; 2022 (Dates TBC)

Manchester; Home; October (Date TBC)

 

 

Nosferatu has previously screened at the following venues in its 100th year…

Manchester; Chapeltown Picturehouse; 13 March 2022 (1 day)

London; Rio Cinema; 20 March 2022 (1 day)

London; St. Peter’s Church; 26 March 2022 (1 day)

London; Curzon Bloomsbury; 27 March 2022 (8 days)

Sheffield; Showroom; 27 March 2022 (1 day)

Northampton; Filmhouse; 27 March 2022 (1 day)

London; Bromley Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Central Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Clapham Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Crouch End Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; East Dulwich Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Finsbury Park Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Fulham Road Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; The Gate, Notting Hill; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Greenwich Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Hackney Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Ritzy; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; Stratford Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

London; West Norwood Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Ashford; Ashford Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Bath; Little Theatre Cinema; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Brighton; Duke of Yorks; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Cambridge; Arts Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Edinburgh; Cameo Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Exeter; Exeter Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Henley-on-Thames; Regal Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Liverpool; Picturehouse at FACT; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Norwich; Cinema City; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Oxford ; Phoenix Picturehouse; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Southampton; Harbour Lights; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

York; City Screen; 3 April 2022 (1 day)

Ipswich; King Street Cinema; 8 April 2022 (3 days)

Belfast; Queens Film Theatre; 8 & 11 April 2022 (1 day)

Dundee; Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA); 30 April 2022 (1 day)

Coventry; Warwick Arts Centre; 1 May 2022 (1 day)

Dublin; Irish Film Institute (IFI); 5 May 2022 (1 day)

Oxford; Ultimate Picture Palace (with live score by Minima); 8 May 2022 (1 day)

Cheltenham; The Playhouse; 28 May 2022 (1 day)

Stamford; Stamford Arts Centre; 31 May 2022 (1 day)

Exeter; Campus Cinema (with live music accompaniment from Elizabeth-Jane Baldry); 5 June 2022 (1 day)

 

Eureka! has announced its April 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are an iconic and influential martial arts flick directed by legendary action choreographer Yuen Woo-ping, a fast and furious kung fu comedy classic directed by Sammo Hung, and a trio of sci-fi thrillers from the Universal vaults.

Directed by legendary action choreographer Yuen Woo-ping (The Matrix; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Dreadnaught expertly blends majestic action sequences with superb physical comedy, courtesy of stars Yuen Biao (The Prodigal Son), Bryan Leung Kar-yan (Warriors Two), and Yuen Shun-yee. Notable for being the final film in which Kwan Tak-hing portrayed folk hero Wong Fei-hung (and, oddly enough, for its famous laundry scene being directly referenced in Batman Forever), Dreadnaught is a cult favourite amongst martial arts fans, and Eureka Classics is proud to present the film in its UK debut on Blu-ray from a brand new 2K restoration! Available from 25 April 2022, the first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase & Collector’s Booklet.

Another fast and furious kung fu comedy classic directed by Sammo Hung (The Millionaires’ Express), Knockabout features a cast of martial arts movie legends including Yuen Biao (The Prodigal Son), Bryan “Beardy” Leung Kar-yan (Warriors Two), and Lau Kar-wing (Odd Couple) alongside Hung himself.  Featuring one of the greatest action finales in the history of Hong Kong cinema, Knockabout is yet another classic of martial arts filmmaking from the legendary Sammo Hung, and Eureka Classics is proud to present the film in its UK debut on Blu-ray from a brand new 2K restoration! Available from 25 April 2022, the first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase & Collector’s Booklet.

For the third release of the month we dive into the Universal Pictures vaults to bring you a trio of sci-fi monster terrors, namely 1941’s Man Made Monster (Directed by George Waggner), 1957’s The Monolith Monsters(Directed by John Sherwood) & 1958’s Monster on the Campus (Directed by Jack Arnold). With genre legends such as Lionel Atwill (Son of Frankenstein), Lon Chaney, Jr. (The Wolf Man) & Grant Williams (The Incredible Shrinking Man) providing the onscreen thrills, Three Monster Tales Of Sci-Fi Terror is a superb Limited Edition Collector’s Edition set encased in a Limited O-card Slipcase which also contains a Limited edition Booklet featuring new writing on the films included in this set. Available from 11 April 2022.

Last but not least, Eureka has also announced that Karloff at Columbia; a collection of essential films from one of the most recognisable figures in Horror; will be re-issued in February at a lower price point.

 

Eureka! has announced its March 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are a dynamite edge-of-your-seat thriller featuring one of the stars of Squid Game and a highly amusing 1979 slice of martial arts comedy starring Sammo Hung and Lau Kar-Wing.

“Red Light, Green Light” was a phrase on everyone’s lips following the massive success of Netflix hit Squid Game & we are proud to present a brand new intense & unpredictable thriller starring one of show’s main character actors Wi Ha-jun. Hailing from South Korea Midnight is a twisted serial killer movie which won the Silver Audience Award for Best Asian Film at the 25th Fantasia International Film Festival. The initial manufacture run will feature a Limited Edition silver laminate O Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Grégory Sacré (Gokaiju), PLUS: A collector’s booklet featuring new writing by author and critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas. Disc extras include a brand new video essay on the history of Korean horror cinema by critic Travis Crawford.  Midnight will be released on Blu-ray and Digitally from 14 March 2022.

A classic tale of rivalry and vengeance next as we present a brand new 2k restoration of 1979’s martial arts comedy Odd Couple. The film’s stars Sammo Hung (The Millionaires Express, Encounters of the Spooky Kind), Lau Kar-wing (Once Upon a Time in China) & Bryan Leung Kar-yan (Dreadnaught, The Victim) is widely considered to be one of the greatest classical weapons movie ever made. This quintessential classic from the Golden Age of Hong Kong Cinema makes its UK debut here as a Limited Edition featuring an O’Card slipcase with new artwork by Darren Wheeling, PLUS: A Limited-Edition collector’s booklet featuring new writing by James Oliver. Disc extras include brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels & brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema.  Odd Couple will be released on Blu-ray and Digitally from 21 March 2022.

 

Eureka! has announced its February 2022 line-up today. Featured amongst this announcement are Joe May’s lavish adventure thriller written by Thea von Harbou and Fritz Lang; and the buddy-cop action comedy starring Sammo Hung, Karl Maka and Lau Kar-wing.

One of the grandest German epics of the silent era, Joe May’s two-part adaptation of Thea von Harbou’s 1918 novel is an artistic triumph. Rich in exotic imagery and mysticism, The Indian Tomb (Das Indische Grabmal) is a stunning epic and a thrilling adventure. The Masters of Cinema is proud to present the film across two Blu-ray discs, fully restored in 2K and available for the first time ever in the UK.  Released on 24 February 2022 to mark the 100th Anniversary of the film.

Sammo Hung invokes the spirit of Bruce Lee in Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon, playing a cop obsessed with the physical legacy of “The Little Dragon”. Combining brilliantly choreographed fight sequences and infectious physical comedy, this tour-de-force comedy-adventure showcases incredible action tributes to the films of Bruce Lee. Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon makes its UK debut on Blu-ray from a brand new 2K restoration! Released as part of the Eureka Classics range on 24 February 2022 in a Limited-edition 2-Disc set (3000 copies only) featuring I Am The White Tiger; a documentary on the career of stuntman, martial artist, and action director Mark Houghton; making its worldwide debut on Blu-ray.