Weekly New Releases – June 22, 2021

Adam Resurrected
Amazon
Balthazar
Amazon
Batman: The Long Halloween Part One
Amazon
Career Opportunities
Amazon
CB4 (Special Edition)
Amazon
Chain Lightning
Amazon
Death in Texas
Amazon
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train
Amazon
Diana at Sixty
Amazon
Eurocrypt of Christopher Lee Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Crypt of the Vampire, Castle of the Living Dead, Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace, The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism and Challenge the Devil, plus 24 episodes of Theatre Macabre.
For Those Who Think Young
Amazon
Georgetown
Amazon
Half Baked
Amazon
Halifax: Retribution
Amazon
Human Nature
Amazon
Human: The World Within
Amazon
Hunter Hunter
Amazon
Irezumi (Arrow)
Amazon
It Happened at the World’s Fair
Amazon
Nature: The Leopard Legacy
Amazon
Night of the Sicario
Amazon
No Guns Life
Amazon
Comments The second season of the very good cyberpunk hardboiled detective anime.
Nobody
Amazon
Nobody
Amazon
Paper Tigers
Amazon
Secret World of Arrietty
Amazon
Siberia
Amazon
Signifyin’ Works of Marlon Riggs (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Comments Includes Ethnic Notions, Tongues United, Affirmations, Anthem, Colour Adjustment, Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien, and Black Is… Black Ain’t.
Smile Down the Runway
Amazon
Comments Anime adaptation of a manga from Shonen Jump (home to Naruto and My Hero Academia) about fashion design.
Star Trek: Discovery
Amazon
Strangeness
Amazon
The Wind Rises
Amazon
Umbrella Academy
Amazon
Unholy
Amazon
Visions of Eight (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Years of Led: Five Classic Italian Crime Thrillers 1973-1977 (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Includes Savage Three, Like Rabid Dogs, 38 Special Squad, Highway Racer, and No, the Case is Happily Resolved.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “No Guns Life is probably one of the best cyberpunk works of animation over the past few years (probably only topped by Akudama Drive, which hasn’t gotten a physical release yet) and I strongly recommend picking this show up (though you’ll want to get season 1 first).” Blaine says, “the Star Trek: Discovery two season pack is worth it just for the sake of season 2 with Pike’s Enterprise.”

One reply

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    I would agree with Blaine’s comments on Discovery. I’ve reviewed it, but my overview of the first three seasons appears here and in a forthcoming issue of SideTrekked.

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