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Barbara Hershey is superb as a single mother who suffers repeated sexual assaults at the hand of an invisible assailant in a smarter-than-it sounds 1982 horror work from Sidney J. Furie. Slarek wrestles with the social politics and reviews Eureka's new Blu-ray.
 
Lee Remick is a single woman terrorised by an unknown assailant and Glenn Ford is the FBI man she calls on for help in Blake Edwards' terrific 1962 blend of police procedural and neo-noir thriller. Slarek salutes the film and the Blu-ray in Indicator's typcially fine dual format release.
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DVD reviews

Eccentricities of a Blonde-Haired Girl R2
Eden Lake R2
Eden Log R2
Edith Piaf: The Perfect Concert & The Documentary R2
Edmond R2
Éducation Anglaise UK R0
Edvard Munch UK R0
The Eel / Unagi R2
Electra Glide in Blue R2
Elemental Gelade, Vol. 1 R2
Elena Undone R2
Elephant (The Alan Clarke Collection) R0
The Elephant Man – Special Edition R2
End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones R2
L'Enfance-nue R2
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room R2
The Entity R2
Eraserhead [R0 US] US R0
Ergo Proxy: Vo1. 1: Awakenings R2
Ergo Proxy: Vo1. 2: RE-L124C41+ R2
Ergo Proxy: Vo1. 3: Cytotropism R2
Ergo Proxy: Vo1. 4: Wrong Way Home R2
Ergo Proxy: Vo1. 5: Terra Incognita R2
Ergo Proxy: Vo1. 6: Des Ex Machina R2
Eroica (Polish Cinema Classics) R0
Escape From Sobibor R2
The Essential Claude Chabrol, Vol. 2 R2
Être et avoir R2
The Evil of Frankenstein R2
The Eyes of a Spider / Kumo no hitomi UK R0
Exorcist: The Beginning R2
Blu-ray reviews

Edvard Munch RB
Elephant / The Firm (Director's Cut) RB
The Elephant Man [UK] RB
Enemy Mine RB
The Entity RB
Evil Dead II: Special Edition [RB] RB
Eureka RB
Excision [RB] RB
Experiment in Terror R0