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Treasure hunter Nick Drake, a descendent of explorer Sir Francis Drake, learns the whereabouts of El Dorado, the fabled South American golden city.

In the video game adaptation Uncharted, street-smart thief Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) is recruited by seasoned treasure hunter Victor “Sully” Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg) to recover a fortune lost by Ferdinand Magellan 500 years ago.

What starts as a heist job for the duo becomes a globe-trotting, white-knuckle race to reach the prize before the ruthless Moncada (Antonio Banderas), who believes he and his family are the rightful heirs. If Nate and Sully can decipher the clues and solve one of the world’s oldest mysteries, they stand to find 5 billion in treasure and perhaps even Nate’s long-lost brother...but only if they can learn to work together.





Universally recognized as the Master of Suspense, the legendary Alfred Hitchcock directed some of cinema's most thrilling and unforgettable classics. The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection features four iconic films from the acclaimed director's illustrious career including Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho and The Birds in stunning 4K resolution.

Starring Hollywood favorites such as James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Tippi Hedren, Kim Novak and Rod Taylor, this essential collection features hours of bonus features as well as the original uncut version of Psycho for the first time ever.





Saboteur: Alfred Hitchcock's Saboteur is a riveting wartime thriller following an innocent man who suddenly finds himself in a very deadly situation. After aircraft factory worker Barry Kane (Robert Cummings) witnesses his plant's firebombing by a Nazi agent, he finds himself falsely accused of sabotage and killing his best friend. To clear his name, Kane begins a relentless cross-country chase that takes him from Los Angeles to Boulder Dam and New York's Radio City Music Hall. The suspense builds to a climactic finale atop the Statue of Liberty that has become one of the most iconic scenes ever filmed by the Master of Suspense.

Shadow of a Doubt: One of Alfred Hitchcock's most chilling films, Shadow of a Doubt, was considered a personal favorite by the director himself. After her charming Uncle Charlie (Joseph Cotton) comes to visit in the sleepy town of Santa Rosa, his favorite niece and namesake, ""Young Charlie"" (Teresa Wright), begins to suspect him of being the infamous Merry Widow murderer. As she draws closer to the truth, a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse begins, leading to a shocking climax in this riveting psychological thriller from the Master of Suspense.

The Trouble With Harry: Set against a picturesque New England backdrop, Alfred Hitchcock's The Trouble with Harry is a dark comedy starring Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe, Shirley MacLaine and Jerry Mathers. The trouble with Harry is that he is dead and, while no one really minds, everyone feels responsible. After Harry's body is discovered in the woods, several of the local residents must determine not only how and why he was killed but what to do with the body. Featuring romance, humor…and several unearthings of the corpse, this quirky romp showcases a decidedly different type of story from the Master of Suspense.

Marnie: Director Alfred Hitchcock creates a spellbinding portrait of disturbed woman and the man who tries to save her in the unrelenting psychological thriller Marnie.





Michael Douglas and Val Kilmer star in The Ghost and the Darkness a tense, terrific and true adventure set in 1896 East Africa. There, two lions on a man-eating rampage have shut down the construction of a railway.

The beasts hunt together, showing no fear of man or fire. What's more, they're killing for sport rather than for food—and they have an almost supernatural knack for knowing what traps await them.

Big-game hunter Remington (Douglas) and construction engineer Patterson (Kilmer) set out to stop these unstoppable monsters. But, in this astonishing tale of man against beast, the hunters become the hunted.




When a set of mystical artifacts falls into the hands of a diabolical cult leader with plans for world domination, it’s up to the devil-may-care J.T. Striker (Tony Anthony, Comin’ at Ya!) to reclaim them. Together with a ragtag team of mercenaries, Striker must battle terrifying natural—and supernatural—enemies within a fortress-like temple where the stakes may be nothing less than the balance between good and evil. So get ready for an unforgettable adventure, with top-notch direction by Ferdinando Baldi (Django, Prepare a Coffin), thrilling score by the legendary Ennio Morricone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) and a fiery apocalyptic climax so real it’ll send you running for cover!

This edition of Treasure of the Four Crowns comes with an eye-popping 3-D restoration by 3-D Film Archive!

Special Features:
-NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Jason Pichonsky
-NEW Audio Interview with Star Tony Anthony Conducted by Filmmaker Douglas Hosdale
-Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
-Includes Both BD3D Polarized AND Anaglyphic (Red/Cyan) 3-D Versions
-Contains One Pair of Anaglyphic 3-D Glasses
-5.1 Surround & Lossless 2.0 Audio
-Optional English Subtitles





In Clean, a tormented rubbish man named Clean tries to live a quiet life of redemption, but when his good intentions make him the target of a local crime boss, he must soon reconcile with the violence of his past.





The present camp owner is forced to entertain the new buyer then learns of his evil intentions towards the land. In order to stop the sale he has tricks up his sleeve but a zombie uprising was never one of them.





In the late 1800s, a man arrives in a remote country village to investigate an attack by a wild animal but discovers a much deeper and sinister force that has the manor and its townspeople in its grip.












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