Bad Therapy
Amazon
Braveheart
Amazon
Cameraman (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Columbia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Lawrence of Arabia, Dr. Strangelove, Gandhi, A League of Their Own, and Jerry Maguire.
Domestic Girlfriend
Amazon
Comments Drama anime about a high school boy whose girlfriend’s mother has ended up marrying his dad.
Dracula vs. Frankenstein
Amazon
Driven
Amazon
Friday the 13th
Amazon
Giant Spider Invasion
Amazon
Comments As seen on Mystery Science Theater 3000 – a black hole unleashes a horde of giant spiders on rural Wisconsin.
Gladiator
Amazon
Gladiator/Braveheart
Amazon
Hills Run Red
Amazon
Impractical Jokers: The Movie
Amazon
Isadora
Amazon
Jungle Queen
Amazon
Laurel & Hardy: The Definitive Restorations
Amazon
LEGO DC Shazam: Magic and Monsters
Amazon
Marshes: A Shudder Original
Amazon
Mary, Queen of Scots
Amazon
McHale’s Navy
Amazon
Mysteria Friends
Amazon
Comments Fantasy boarding school anime based on the Rage of Bahamut mobile game. Comes with an art book and art cards.
Nemesis: Sequel Trilogy
Amazon
Comments Includes Nemesis 2: Nebula, Nemesis 3: Time Lapse, and Nemesis 4: Cry of Angels
Pretty in Pink
Amazon
Project Blue Book
Amazon
Quarry
Amazon
Romance on the High Seas
Amazon
Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea
Amazon
Sniper: Assassin’s End
Amazon
Soldier’s Revenge
Amazon
Sukiyaki Western Django
Amazon
Tales of Zestria X
Amazon
Comments Adaptation of a sequel to one of the Tales games.
Universal Horror Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes The Monster and the Girl, Captive Wild Woman, Jungle Woman, and Jungle Captive. Blaine: I sense a theme here…
Vampire Dad
Amazon
YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of This World – Part 2
Amazon
Comments Alex: Second half of a anime series based of a visual novel with a really neat premise for the first half (with the protagonist shifting through various alternate timelines based on their choices), and a second half (this part) that is a super-generic Isekai, which goes in some pretty squicky places.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “If you don’t own Friday The 13th already, this is a decent enough release of the first film – at least until whenever the 4K release comes out.” Blaine says, “the Columbia set it wonderful if you can play 4K.”