Afterlost
Amazon
Comments Anime series based on a mobile game that follows the only person who survived the disappearance of an entire city several years prior as she tries to investigate what happened.
Anemone: Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution
Amazon
Comments The second of a series of anime films telling the story of Eureka Seven from the perspective of one of the supporting cast.
Aria: The Animation
Amazon
Comments Blu-Ray Release of the anime series about gondoleers on terraformed Mars, with a dub funded on Kickstarter.
Black Clover
Amazon
Comments The Collectors edition comes with a box for parts one through three.
Bug’s Life
Amazon
Captain’s Paradise / Barnacle Bill Double Feature
Amazon
Captain’s Paradise / Barnacle Bill Double Feature
Amazon
Dark Waters
Amazon
Dark Waters
Amazon
Grimms’ Notes: The Animation
Amazon
Comments Another anime series based on a mobile game – in this case a JRPG where a band of heroes have to stop malevolent forces from mucking around with fairy tales.
Honey and Clover
Amazon
Comments Romantic dramedy anime set in an art college in Tokyo.
Jumanji: The Next Level
Amazon
Jumanji: The Next Level
Amazon
Jumanji: The Next Level
Amazon
Konohana Kitan
Amazon
Mix: Part One
Amazon
Comments Baseball anime series – sequel to the anime series Touch.
Monsters University
Amazon
Monsters, Inc.
Amazon
Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson
Amazon
National Geographic: Women of Impact: Changing the World
Amazon
No Offence
Amazon
Richard Jewell
Amazon
Sergio Leone Westerns
Amazon
Comments Includes A Fistful of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in the West, and A Fistful of Dynamite.
Story of Little Monica
Amazon
Superdome
Amazon
Superdome
Amazon
Teen Titans Go!
Amazon
Titans
Amazon
Titans
Amazon
Up
Amazon
Vienna Blood
Amazon
Wall-E
Amazon
Warrant
Amazon
Yu Yu Hakusho
Amazon

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Aria – The Animation is my pick for this week – it’s a very laid back anime, and the option to watch it with a Dub I think makes it a more accessible series.” Blaine says, “the Pixar films on 4K would be my pick if I had 4K support. Nothing else jumps out at me.”