On February 8th, Signal One presents Frank Perry’s gritty revisionist western DOC (1971), starring Stacy Keach and Faye Dunaway, on Blu-ray for the very first time. Also delayed to allow more time to create new extra features, final specs for this title are not yet ready to be announced, but it will include an archival interview with Faye Dunaway in conversation with critic Alexander Walker, as well as the film’s rare theatrical trailer.
Our first all-new announcement for February is the Blu-ray premiere of Richard Fleischer’s dark and compelling thriller, COMPULSION (1959). This stylish and disturbing film stars Dean Stockwell and Bradford Dillman as the students who commit a murder in cold blood, and it features a stand-out performance from cinema legend Orson Welles as the criminal defence lawyer who takes on their case.
Confirmed extras for COMPULSION are as follows:
• High Definition transfer
• Richard Fleischer Guardian Interview (1981, 93 mins, audio only): the great director discusses his career after a screening of Compulsion
• Richard Fleischer Guardian Interview (1994, 77 mins): Fleischer returns to the NFT for this filmed interview
• Orson Welles in the Courtroom Scene from Compulsion (1959): reproduction of the original 7″ vinyl recording
• Original theatrical trailer
Then, on March 7th, Signal One will release two more classics on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK: Bob Rafelson’s tightly-plotted thriller BLACK WIDOW (1987), starring Theresa Russell and Debra Winger; and Philip D’Antoni’s action-packed crime drama THE SEVEN-UPS (1973), with Roy Scheider.
Both discs are currently in production, and full specs will be announced early in the new year.
Signal One Entertainment would like to take this opportunity to say a sincere thank you to all the contributors, reviewers, enthusiasts and home entertainment forum regulars who have supported and championed their inaugural releases. We look forward to bringing you more great films in quality editions during 2016.
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