Weekly New Releases – November 10, 2020

Amazon Women on the Moon
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American Horror Project
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Amityville Toybox
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Beguiled
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Bigfoot vs. the Illuminati
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Comments Blaine: So… this exists.
Bill and Ted Face the Music
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Bill and Ted Trilogy
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Brides of Dracula
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Burst City (Arrow)
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Comments Dystopian punk rock film, about a group of punk protesting a nuclear power plant and having to fight off the Yakuza.
Bustin’ Loose
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Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death
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Cautious Hero: The Hero is Overpowered but Overly Cautious
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Comments Isekai anime series where the premise is that the hero tends to overprepare and overtrain for situations.
Death Laid an Egg
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Downton Abbey
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Eiger Sanction
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Girlfriends (Criterion Collection)
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Guest House
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Comments Blaine: A new movie with Pauly Shore, Billy Zane, Chris Kattan, Lou Ferrigno (Jr. and Sr.), Steve-O, and a bunch of very pretty women I’ve never heard of. I’m mostly stuck on the “new movie with Pauly Shore” bit.
Hayate the Combat Butler
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Comments Contains all of the TV series and the film.
Henchmen
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How to Make a Monster
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Inuyasha Set 3
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Comments Covers up to the midpoint of Inuyasha.
Kaiju Clash Double Feature: Reigo and Raiga
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Comments Two independant kaiju films – one involving a kaiju during World War II fighting the battleship Yamato, and the other involving a Kaiju being awakened by global warming in the present day and going on a rampage.
Letterkenny
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Metamorphosis
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Miss Caretaker of Sunohara-sou
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Comments Romantic comedy anime based on a gag-manga.
My Hero Academia
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Odd Couple Part II
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Office
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One Piece
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One-Punch Man
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Original Kings of Comedy
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Play Misty for Me
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Rainy Day in New York
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Schitt’s Creek
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Sesame Street: Old School
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Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-rama
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Spontaneous
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Stooge
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Tennessee Johnson
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Tourist Trap
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Trouble with Maggie Cole
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Upside-Down Magic
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War of the Colossal Beast
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Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “If you don’t own any of the Bill & Ted movies on Blu-Ray, the Trilogy set is worth picking up – otherwise go with Face the Music.” Blaine says, “I agree with Alex. Pick up any Bill and Ted movies you don’t already own.”

2 replies on “Weekly New Releases – November 10, 2020”

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    Girlfriend is not the TV series, but a bit of quasi-legendary 1970s indie filmmaking that holds up, though isn’t for all audiences. Otherwise, we have several of the greatest titles in history, including Amazon Women on the Moon, Death Laid an Egg, Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death, and Bigfoot vs. the Illuminati. Of those titles, I have only watched Amazon Women on the Moon, which has some fun moments, a lot of famous people, and a real desire to recreate the styles of its satiric and parodic targets. It’s worth seeing, but I wouldn’t go to the bother of owning it. I recall the original movie poster featuring the one-word review “Shameless!” attributed to Media Quote Magazine, or something like that.

    • I remember having Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death and watching it before I was really old enough to understand the comedy that they were going for or the genre they were attempting to mock.

      That’s about all I can remember to comment on, and that and the fact that it doesn’t have enough draw for me to want to try to watch it again to refresh my memory.

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