Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho, and The Birds.
Ava
Amazon
Bad Education
Amazon
Brute Force (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Bull
Amazon
Candyman
Amazon
Cartoon Network: We Bare Bears Movie
Amazon
Cary Grant Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Ladies Should Listen, Wedding Present, and Big Brown Eyes.
Chicago P.D.
Amazon
Comic (Arrow)
Amazon
Diabolik Lovers
Amazon
Comments Contains both seasons of the reverse harem shojo romantic drama series, about a girl being seduced by a family of vampires.
Dr. Who – Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
Amazon
Dr. Who and the Daleks
Amazon
Frankie Drake Mysteries
Amazon
Comments Contains the original film by Kinji Fukusatsu, and the remake by Takeshi Miike.
Ghost in the Shell
Amazon
Graveyards of Honor (Arrow)
Amazon
Grey Fox
Amazon
Kentucky Kernels
Amazon
Men In Black 4 Movie Set
Amazon
Mighty Oak
Amazon
Mr. Mercedes
Amazon
Naked City (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Nice Girl Like You
Amazon
One Piece
Amazon
Owners
Amazon
Prodigal Son
Amazon
Psycho
Amazon
Retaliation
Amazon
Sakura Quest
Amazon
Comments Re-release of the anime series about a office woman who ends up getting hired to run a rural Japanese town’s tourism board for a year, with the goal of revitalizing the town.
Saw
Amazon
Standard
Amazon
Straight Up
Amazon
Supergirl
Amazon
Superman: Man of Tomorrow
Amazon
True History of the Kelly Gang
Amazon
Up on the Glass
Amazon
Vampire Cleanup Department
Amazon
Waiting for the Barbarians
Amazon

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Ghost in the Shell is one of the anime films that really benefits from the conversion to 4K – which is why it’s my pick of the week, if you have a way to play 4K. Considering that the Kino Lorber releases have a new master, and some audio commentary and bonus features that could make this worth picking up, if you don’t have the ability to play 4K, the Kino Lorber Doctor Who Film releases are a good backup.” Blaine, “while I’m also interested in the bonus features on the Kino Lorber Doctor Who movie releases, I know the movies themselves aren’t much good, so I’m more confident recommending the Alfred Hitchcock releases.”