September's been a busy month for my credit card, here are the rest of this month's purchases.
Upgrade for another Peckinpah classic, Pat Garrett and Billy the kid. This special edition features the 1988 cut and the controversial 2005 cut, which I haven't seen, while roundly slated this sounds fascinating.
Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law spaghetti western, I haven't seen this for years, long overdue a revisit. I remember loving this movie and the quality of the dvd is apparently excellent.
The Arrow blu ray of Fulci's nightmarish horror. I've heard good and bad things about this release, but due to the recent riots in London and subsequent damage to a major dvd duplication plant which resulted in the deletion of several Arrow titles, I was spooked into picking this up before it disappears for good.
One of my picks of last year, Anton Corbijn's slowburn thriller looks amazing and even more so on blu ray.
Nicolas Winding Refn's Pusher trilogy, I've been meaning to pick these up for ages, the recent amazing trailer and imminent release of Refn's Drive made it a priority to see these asap.