Weekly New Releases – March 19, 2019

Born in East L.A.
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Bumblebee
Amazon
  • Digital: US
Comments Available on physical media April 2, 2019
Burst Angel
Amazon
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US
Comments Fanservice heavy action anime.
Cleopatra Jones
Amazon
  • MOD Blu-Ray: US
Craig of the Creek
Amazon
  • Season 1, Volume 1: Itch to Explore: US, CAN
Damepri Anime Caravan
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Blu-Ray: US
Comments Adaptation of an otome (one with a female lead with multiple male romantic options) visual novel.
Deadly Mantis
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Detour (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Dies Irae
Amazon
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
Dimension W
Amazon
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US
Doctor Who
Amazon
  • Tom Baker Complete Season 7 Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Eagle’s Wing
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Far From Heaven
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Final Wish
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Freezing
Amazon
  • Season 1 Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • Season 2 (Vibration) Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Season 1 Blu-Ray/Digital: US
  • Season 2 (Vibration) Blu-Ray/Digital: US
Hakumei & Mikochi
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Hillbilly
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Iceman
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD: US, CAN
Little Miss Dolittle
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Lord of War
Amazon
  • 4K Ultra HD/Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
Losin’ It
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Blaine: I have never heard of this movie, but it stars Tom Cruise and Shelley Long.
Lovers and Other Strangers
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Mary Poppins Returns
Amazon
  • 4K Ultra HD/Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
The Minion
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection
Amazon
  • Volume 10.2 DVD: US, CAN
Comments Includes The Giant Gila Monster, Swamp Diamonds, Teen-Age Strangler, and The Giant Spider Invasion.
NOVA: Apollo’s Daring Mission
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
One Piece: Episode of Sabo
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray/DVD: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Blu-Ray/DVD: US
Comments Includes The Three Brothers’ Bond, The Miraculous Reunion, and The Inherited Will.
Pawparazzi
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Pokemon the Movie: The Power of Us
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Russian Bride
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Scooby-Doo!
Amazon
  • Prehistoric Prey DVD: US, CAN
  • Road Trip USA DVD: US, CAN
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Amazon
  • 4K Ultra HD/Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
  • Amazon Exclusive Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital: US, CAN
  • DVD/Digital: US, CAN
Strip Nude for Your Killer (Arrow)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came?
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Ultimate Otaku Teacher
Amazon
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US, CAN
Rightstuf
  • Complete Series Blu-Ray/Digital: US
Comments Anime series about a genius otaku who gets a teaching job to pay for his hobbies.
Wanda (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
  • DVD: US, CAN
Witches
Amazon
  • Blu-Ray: US, CAN
WWE: Best of NXT Takover
Amazon
  • DVD: US, CAN
Comments Alex: Featuring the continuation of the Tommaso Ciampa vs. Johnny Gargano feud, and NXT War Games II.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, ” I missed Spider-Man: Enter the Spider-verse when it was in theaters, and now that it’s out on video, I intend to rectify that fact and see the movie.” Blaine says, “In any other week, I could easily pick either the Criterion release of Detour or the Doctor Who Blu-Ray, but when those are up against Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the latter wins easily. That’s probably my favourite Spider-Man film of all time.”

2 replies on “Weekly New Releases – March 19, 2019”

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    I suppose most people’s pick will be Into the Spider-verse, though, as always, there’s an interesting mish-mash of releases. We reviewed The Witches/The Devil’s Own (1966) as an October Countdown awhile back, and it’s an interesting piece of horror history. Tom Baker defined Doctor Who for many people, and his final season in the role appears here remastered. I will likely never see Losin’ It, but I recall it being in the theatres, an also-ran in the run of “rowdy teen comedies set between 1955-1962” that hit for about a decade after American Graffiti.

    The NOVA Apollo documentary is well-regarded, though I don’t know how much it includes that people drawn to 1960s space-program documentaries haven’t seen already. I’m sure I’ll see it anyway.

    Hillbilly also looks as though it might be worth a look.

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