Weekly New Releases – November 23, 2021

Addams Family
Amazon
American Experience: Citizen Hearst
Amazon
Apache Junction
Amazon
Bird with the Crystal Plumage (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Giallo film from director Dario Argento.
Boruto: NNG The Mujina Gang
Amazon
C.H.U.D. (Arrow)
Amazon
Cat O Nine Tails (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Another Argento Giallo.
Citizen Kane (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Clerk
Amazon
Comments A documentary about Kevin Smith.
Dogs of War
Amazon
Dracula: Dead and Loving It
Amazon
Far Country (Arrow)
Amazon
Girls Und Panzer Das Finale
Amazon
Comments The second part of a series of films rounding out the Girls Und Panzer series.
Haibane Renmei
Amazon
Comments Anime series from Yoshitoshi ABe – an very atmospheric anime series about death, grief, despair, and atonement.
Hills Have Eyes (Arrow)
Amazon
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
Amazon
Jack Hunter: Complete Movie Trilogy
Amazon
La Cage Aux Folles II
Amazon
Comments Blaine: The well-regarded original was remade in English as The Birdcage.
Lullaby of Broadway
Amazon
Menace II Society (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Night Gallery
Amazon
Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge (Arrow)
Amazon
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
Amazon
Raging Fire
Amazon
Roy Rogers Double Feature: Mackintosh and T.J. / Under Western Stars
Amazon
RWBY
Amazon
Sailor Suit and Machine Gun (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Yakuza film where a juvenile delinquent high school girl inherits control of her father’s yakuza family.
Snake Girl and the Silver Haired Witch (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments An live-action adapation of a pair of Shojo horror manga.
Ten Commandments
Amazon
Thin Man Goes Home
Amazon
Uncut Gems (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Amazon
Woody Allen Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Bullets over Broadway, Mighty Aphrodite, Everyone Says I Love You, Celebrity, Small Time Crooks, Curse of the Jade Scorpion, Hollywood Ending, and Anything Else.
WWE: Crown Jewel 2021
Amazon
Comments WWE’s 2021 Pay-per-view event in Saudi Arabia, paid for by Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “If you have a way to play 4K disks, either the 4K release of The Addams Family or Citizen Kane would be worth picking up. Otherwise, I’m recommending Haibane Renmei as a general recommendation, whether you’re a fan of anime or not.” Blaine says, “pick up Citizen Kane from the Criterion Collection if you don’t already own a copy. If you do already own a copy and you care about bonus features, upgrade to the Criterion version instead.”

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