WOLFEN (1981) The groundbreaking urban horror classic gets the timeless treatment it deserves. With Albert Finney, directed by Michael Wadleigh (Woodstock).
Bette Davis Stars
THE DARK HORSE (1932) Warren William co-stars in this sizzling pre-code political comedy. Shipping Now shipping
SPECIAL AGENT (1935) Bette stars as the mob accountant key to taking down a kingpin (Ricardo Cortez).
SATAN MET A LADY (1936) Warren William and Bette Davis make love and murder in this earlier version of The Maltese Falcon.
JUNE BRIDE (1948) Robert Montgomery co-stars in the star-crossed romantic comedy from Bretaigne Windust (and Debbie Reynolds makes her screen debut!)
EDDIE CANTOR 4-FILM COLLECTION SAMUEL GOLDYWN CLASSICS Four classic Cantor comedies produced by Samuel Goldwyn and co-starring the always welcome Goldwyn Girls. Collection includes: PALMY DAYS (1931), THE KID FROM SPAIN (1932), ROMAN SCANDALS (1933) and STRIKE ME PINK (1936).
RKO Film Noir
TWO O’CLOCK COURAGE (1945) The Falcon’s Tom Conway co-stars with Ann Rutherford in a murder mystery of amnesia, purloined plays and distaff hackneys.
JOHNNY ANGEL (1945) George Raft’s Johnny is on the trail of the hijackers who killed his father.
CRIMINAL COURT (1946) Robert Wise directs Tom Conway in a tale of an ambitious attorney with mob blood on his hands.
RIFFRAFF (1947) Ted Tetzlaff directs Pat O’Brien in this mystery noir in which a plane takes off with two passengers… but lands with one.
THE CLAY PIGEON (1949) An amnesiac war vet awakes from a coma and finds himself accused of murder with Bill Williams and Barbara Hale.