Weekly New Releases – September 15, 2020

21 Jump Street
Amazon
22 Jump Street
Amazon
4-Film Collection: Film Noir
Amazon
Comments Includes The Set-Up, Out of the Past, Murder My Sweet, and Gun Crazy
Alice, Sweet Alice (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Slasher film and one of the Video Nasties.
Amityville Clownhouse
Amazon
Barefoot in the Park
Amazon
Beau Travail (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Becky
Amazon
Bodacious Space Pirates
Amazon
Comments Re-release.
Cat and the Canary
Amazon
Charlotte’s Web 1973/2006
Amazon
Cowboy Bebop
Amazon
Cruising (Arrow)
Amazon
Dahmer
Amazon
Disputed Passage
Amazon
Driveways
Amazon
Flying Leathernecks
Amazon
Freedom Road
Amazon
Ghost Breaker
Amazon
House Divided
Amazon
In Search Of
Amazon
Jerome Bixby’s The Man From Earth
Amazon
Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway (Arrow)
Amazon
Killer Therapy
Amazon
Killing Eve
Amazon
Little Monsters
Amazon
Outlander
Amazon
Outpost
Amazon
Pet Sematary 1989/2019
Amazon
Phantom
Amazon
Private Parts
Amazon
Red Dwarf: The Promised Land
Amazon
Roman Holiday
Amazon
Shivers
Amazon
Sons of Katie Elder
Amazon
Spawn of the North
Amazon
Spun
Amazon
Stephen King 5 Movie Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes The Stand, Silver Bullet, The Dead Zone, and both versions of Pet Sematary.
Succession
Amazon
Super Size Me / That Sugar Film
Amazon
Timeline
Amazon
TV Set
Amazon
Two Jakes
Amazon
Ultraman Ginga / Ginga S + Ultra Fight Victory
Amazon
Comments The 2013 & 2014 Ultraman series, along with a TV special and movie.
Uncle Ed’s Bucket List
Amazon
Uncommon Valor
Amazon
Vampire in Brooklyn
Amazon
Weathering With You
Amazon
Z/X Code Reunion
Amazon
Comments Anime series based on Collectable Card Game.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “I didn’t get a chance to see Weathering With You in theaters in my area, so I’m definitely looking forward to picking up the film on physical media now that it’s available.” Blaine says, “The 4 Film Collection: Film Noir is the best title I’ve seen, particularly Out of the Past and Murder My Sweet. Of those I haven’t seen, the new Red Dwarf title has my attention.”

2 replies on “Weekly New Releases – September 15, 2020”

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    I’ve watched a lot of old film noir, but none of those titles in the collection. I suppose I might be interested in that, and there’s a new release of Cowboy Bebop.

    I’ve reviewed Alice, Sweet Alice elsewhere, but not here, and was planning of doing an October Review of lesser-known werewolf films that would include Silver Bullet, featured in this week’s Stephen King collection. There’s some old well-known films (The Sons of Katie Elder— John Wayne and Dean Martin are two of the brothers and Roman Holiday with Hepburn and Peck) and some real curiosities. I have at least a curiosity about Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway, and it’s interesting to know that Muhammad Ali and Kris Kristofferson did a movie together, but I don’t know if it’s interesting enough to make me watch it.

    Private Parts is the Howard Stern one and not the 70s 70s cult film, so I’m out.

  2. Jethro says:

    Red Dwarf: Promised Land was kind of disappointing, to me.

    When I think about it, series 8 was terrible, Back To Earth was pretty bad and now this thing. And what do they all have in common? They expand the story beyond the main crew of the Dwarf to include many, many other people.

    That just does not work.

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