Weekly New Releases – August 17, 2021

I’m sorry this is almost 12 hours later than usual. In my defense, I became a father yesterday, so priorities have shifted dramatically.

Bingo
Amazon
Borrower
Amazon
Bram Stoker’s Van Helsing
Amazon
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation
Amazon
Certain Magical Index II
Amazon
Colonel Bleep: The Complete Surviving Series
Amazon
Company (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Darling Companion
Amazon
DECA-DENCE
Amazon
Comments Science fiction anime series about a domed city in a post apocalyptic earth being menaced by a mysterious new kind of life-forms (with a twist as to the whole setting).
Discovery of Witches
Amazon
Emperor Waltz
Amazon
Fitzwilly
Amazon
For Richer or Poorer
Amazon
Fortune Cookie
Amazon
Gridman: The Hyper Agent
Amazon
Comments This is the tokusatsu series that was released in English (with new sequences in the real word) as “Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad” – and received a sequel and spinoff as S.S.S.S. Gridman and S.S.S.S Dynazenon (respectively).
Guns For San Sebastian
Amazon
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s/Sorcerer’s Stone
Amazon
Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
Amazon
In the Good Old Summertime
Amazon
Indian Doctor
Amazon
Labyrinth
Amazon
Maria-holic!
Amazon
Comments Re-release of a romantic comedy anime set in an all-girls school.
Midnight Diner
Amazon
NCIS
Amazon
Notorious Nick
Amazon
NOVA: Ships that Changed the World
Amazon
Percy
Amazon
Power of Kangwon Province
Amazon
Rad
Amazon
Riders of Justice
Amazon
Rogue Hostage
Amazon
Shadow of the Thin Man
Amazon
Shook
Amazon
Starship Troopers: Invasion
Amazon
Comments CGI animated film from director Shinji Aramaki (Appleseed, Macross)
Stay Out of the Attic
Amazon
Summer of 85
Amazon
Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat
Amazon
Truffle Hunters
Amazon
Watcher/Skeleton Key
Amazon
Water Man
Amazon
WWE: Money in the Bank (2021)
Amazon
Comments As the Box Art spoils – John Cena returns after being sent to the Phantom Zone by Brey Wyatt to challenge Roman Reigns. As Brey Wyatt has been Future Endeavored (no word if he’ll show up in AEW), there is all likelyhood that how he escaped will never be mentioned.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “If you’re set up for 4K, I’d definintely recommend getting Laybrinth.” Blaine says, “I haven’t seen Shadow of the Thin Man in particular, but all of the earlier entries in the franchise that I have seen are definitely worthwhile.”

4 replies on “Weekly New Releases – August 17, 2021”

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    Hey, congratulations on that!

  2. I want a post about becoming a father, with pictures of the happy family, because that is so much better than DVDs.

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