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Two for the Road: Masters of Cinema

Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney star in the 1967 cult comedy-romance, from Masters of Cinema....

Too Late Blues

Jazz on a summer's day as John Cassavetes' studio picture comes to MoC Dual Format...

Harold and Maude (Masters of Cinema)

Heartwarming tale of romance between a 20-year-old who fakes suicides and a 79-year-old car thief...

Eureka Entertainment Announces Theatrical and Home Releases of the Restored DAS CABINET DES DR CALIGARI

Eureka Entertainment has announced the UK theatrical release of what they’re calling the definitive ...

Ace in the Hole (Masters of Cinema)

The bitterest, most stinging film in the career of classic Hollywood's leading cynic...


Baz Hood reviews the Masters of Cinema dual-format release of Fellini's love letter to Rome....

If.... in April from Masters of Cinema

IF....will be released for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, as part of Eureka!’s award-winning The Masters of Cinema Series on 21 April 2014

Ace in the Hole on Blu-Ray from Masters of Cinema in April

Eureka! Entertainment to release ACE IN THE HOLE, one of the great masterpieces by Billy Wilder and starring Kirk Douglas, for the first time on Blu-ray in a Dual format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition, as part of their award-winning The Masters of Cinema Series on 28 April 2014.

Il Bidone

An early Fellini masterpiece gets a loving treatment from the Masters of Cinema series and a write-u...

Wings: Masters of Cinema

The first ever Oscar-winner for Best Picture gets the Masters of Cinema treatment....

Hands Over The City from Masters of Cinema in March

E MANI SULLA CITTŔ [HANDS OVER THE CITY] will be released in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition as part of Eureka! Entertainment's award-winning The Masters of Cinema Series on 17 March 2014.

Masters of Cinema Line-up for Quarter 2 in 2014

Eureka Entertainment have announced via their twitter feeds (@eurekavideo and @mastersofcinema) their forthcoming releases in The Masters of Cinema series for the months of April, May and June 2014.

Masters of Cinema unleash Samuel Fuller's White Dog in March

Masters of Cinema bring us a dual-format edition of this cult classic in March.

Wake In Fright from Masters of Cinema in March

Eureka! Entertainment to release WAKE IN FRIGHT, the legendary, long-sought-after Australian film directed by Ted Kotcheff.

Martin Scorsese Presents: World Cinema Project Volume One

A collection of three films rescued and restored by Scorsese's World Cinema Project, released by Mas...

Masters of Cinema in 2014

Eureka/Masters of Cinema reveal information about a bumper package of goodies for 2014.

Van Gogh: Masters of Cinema

Maurice Pialat's film of the last days of the great painter comes to Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema....

A Time to Love and a Time to Die: Masters of Cinema

A soldier on furlough finds a temporary love in Douglas Sirk's 1958 war movie/romance, given a Blu-r...

La Notte: Masters of Cinema

Michelangelo Antonioni's 1961 film gets a Blu-ray upgrade from Masters of Cinema....

The Tarnished Angels

A Douglas Sirk masterpiece makes its way to the Masters of Cinema series for a Blu-ray-only release...

The Birth of a Nation: Masters of Cinema

At once hugely important in film history and controversial from the outset, D.W. Griffith's Civil Wa...

Simon Killer

A rare modern release from Masters of Cinema. John is in the chair...

Van Gogh in September

The latest addition to the Masters of Cinema roster.

Masters of Cinema acquire Wake in Fright

MoC turn their attentions to an Australian classic.

Simon Killer in August

The latest addition to the Masters of Cinema range...

The Tarnished Angels in August

A Sirk classic coming to Blu-ray.

The Birth of a Nation in July

DW Griffiths' classic (and controversial) silent epic to get the Masters of Cinema treatment.

Tabu - A Story of the South Seas

F.W. Murnau’s late silent masterpiece is upgraded to High Definition....

Le Pont du Nord in July

Jacques Rivette to get the Masters of Cinema treatment.

The Murderer Lives at 21

A deliciously playful whodunnit from director Henri-Georges Clouzot, not yet so entirely dark and bi...
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