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See what's new on Shout! Factory TV in August!

See what's new on Shout! Factory TV in August!

August is upon us; and if punishingly humid heat waves aren't exactly your thing, then Shout! Factory TV is here to keep you entertained, inside! See what's new to Shout! Factory TV in August!

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400 Bullets

400 Bullets

An edge-of-your-seat, military actioner about what it means to fight for honor instead of profit, 400 Bullets packs gun battles, epic hand-to-hand fight sequences and the banter of hardened soldiers into a lean, two-fisted film that packs a wallop.

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Bagdad Café

Bagdad Café

A lonely German woman ends up in the most desolate motel on Earth and decides to make it brighter.

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Bloodlines

Bloodlines

In the sticks of Kentucky, a demented family of inbreds begin the process of cleaning up their blood line by abducting unsuspecting young women. As a sadistic sport, the clan forces the girls to fight, gladiator style to the death, to determine the strongest. Their plans changes when they abduct Amber Strickland. She's not a victim or prey, but a huntress raised in the backwoods of Alabama.

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Book Of Days

Book Of Days

After Danny's (Wil Wheaton) wife is tragically killed on their wedding day, he receives a mysterious book from a courier named Jonah (Isaac Hayes). In this book of days are names with corresponding dates of death! Danny must now decide whether to take the book and use it for his own financial gain, or to protect his loved ones from their fate and as a result lose years off of his own life.

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Céleste

Céleste

In 1914, with men gone to war, Marcel Proust hired Céleste Albaret as his attendant. More than eight years later, she was at his side when he died. During this entire time, she only entered his room when he rang for her, sleeping from 9 AM to 3 PM to wait during the night while he wrote. Marcel uses her as more than a servant: she is his muse, telling stories of her childhood to stir his remembrance of things past; she's in cahoots with him as he manipulates those he wants to draw on for his writing; she listens appalled to his descriptions of the underside of Paris. Hers is a life of love and sweet devotion as he races time to finish his work before death.

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Deathcember

Deathcember

A collection of 24 films that take a look at the dark side of the festive season. 24 international directors with the most diverse ideas and styles; linked by short animated segments that deal with the Advent calendar itself.

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The Glamorous World Of The Adlon Hotel

The Glamorous World Of The Adlon Hotel

Los Angeles, May 1945, World War II is over. A young German-American by the name of Louis Adlon Jr.is conscripted into the army. Newspaper magnate William R. Hearst sends him to devastated Berlin to serve as overseas correspondent. His task is to deliver sensational stories about the whereabouts of Nazi greats and other news from a dying Germany. There is no better place to find information than in the world famous hotel Adlon. Miraculously, it has not been ravaged by war. Louis who spends a pampered life as a companion to stars and starlets in Hollywood grew up in this hotel.

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The Guardian And His Poet

The Guardian And His Poet

This movie shows the true story of an unusual friendship between the Swiss author Robert Walser (now considered as one of the most important German language writers of the 20th century), and the Zurich critic, editor and patron of art, Carl Seelig. Born in Biel on April 15, 1878, Walser, as a poet almost completely forgotten by the outer world, spends the period from 1933 to 1956 as a chronic schizophrenic in the Appenzell - Ausserrhoden mental home in Herisau, Switzerland. From 1936 on, Carl Seelig visits the poet two or three times a year to go on a day's walk. In 1940, Seelig -- without Walser's knowledge -- becomes the latter's guardian. The friendship lasts until the writer's death in the year 1956.

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Herschel And The Music Of The Stars

Herschel And The Music Of The Stars

In a July afternoon of 1792 Joseph Haydn, the most famous composer of his time, moves from Vienna to Windsor Castle to see the "Miracle of Slough". It is a new kind of telescope, as high as a church tower, invented by the astronomer Friedrich William Herschel, the discoverer of Uranus. In the following this afternoon becomes an impressing collision of Haydn's traditional world with the cosmic experiences of Herschel. Deeply in the night Haydn looks up to the stars - little time later he composes "Die Schoepfung"...

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