Weekly New Releases – June 21, 2022

4 Film Favorites: Batman Collection
Amazon
Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
Amazon
After Yang
Amazon
Aliens, Clowns and Geeks
Amazon
Comments From Richard Elfman of Forbidden Zone, starring French Stewart (3rd Rock From the Sun)
Animaniacs
Amazon
Aquaman: King of Atlantis
Amazon
At Close Range
Amazon
Bangkok Dangerous
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Beatles and India
Amazon
Between Worlds
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Bloody 70s Horror Double Feature – Mary Mary Bloody Mary / Blood Feast
Amazon
Brain from Planet Arous
Amazon
Cellar
Amazon
Cinderella
Amazon
Comments This is a live action, non-Disney adaptation with a soundtrack that includes Janet Jackson, Queen, Madonna, Salt-N-Pepa, Jennifer Lopez, and Ed Sheeran
Croods: 2 Movie Collection
Amazon
Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol
Amazon
Dark Knight Trilogy
Amazon
Donald Trump’s Impeachment Trial
Amazon
Drive Angry
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Dying of the Light
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Edge of Sanity (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Horror film combining the Jack the Ripper story and the story of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, starring Anthony Perkins.
Fabulous Baker Boys
Amazon
Fantastic Beasts: 2 Film Collection
Amazon
Fire in the Sky
Amazon
Forced Entry
Amazon
Comments Starring Tanya Roberts
Frozen Ground
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Getter Robo Arc
Amazon
Comments Anime adaptation of the final installment of Ken Ishikawa’s Getter Robo series, the manga of which was still being worked on at the time of Ishikawa’s death.
Giant
Amazon
Godzilla vs. Kong / Godzilla: King of the Monsters / Kong: Skull Island: 3 Film Collection
Amazon
Gold
Amazon
Heart and Souls
Amazon
Horror Double Feature – Island of Terror / Night of the Big Heat
Amazon
Hunter x Hunter
Amazon
Comments Contains all 148 episodes of the series.
Illumination Presents 4 Movie Collection
Amazon
Initiation of Sarah (Arrow)
Amazon
Ip Man: The Awakening
Amazon
Iroduku: The World in Colours
Amazon
Comments Anime series about a witch from 2078 who loses her ability to see color while contending with social isolation, who is sent back in time by her grandmother to the 2020s to help her restore her connections with people.
Joe
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
King Ralph
Amazon
Knowing
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Kung Fu Panda: 3 Movie Collection
Amazon
La Fortuna
Amazon
Last Victim
Amazon
Lord of War
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Monday Morning
Amazon
My Own Love Song
Amazon
Mystery in St. Tropez
Amazon
Panda! Go, Panda!
Amazon
Comments Kid’s animated film by Isao Takahata from 1972
Patrick Star Show
Amazon
Pleasure
Amazon
Primal
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Purge: 5 Movie Collection
Amazon
Richard III
Amazon
Comments This is the Ian McKellen version of the movie.
Rouge (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Russia House
Amazon
Saturday Fiction
Amazon
Seeking Justice
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Shaft (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Sing: 2 Movie-Collection
Amazon
Spirit: 2 Movie Collection
Amazon
Total Control
Amazon
Trust
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Umbrella Academy
Amazon
Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Uncle Sam
Amazon
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Vampire’s Kiss
Amazon
Comments Starring Nicholas Cage
Viktor
Amazon
Wonder Woman: 2 Film Collection
Amazon
You Are Not My Mother
Amazon

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Shaft is my pick for the week. While I enjoyed Getter Robo Arc, and if you’re a fan of HunterXHunter that boxed set is worth picking up, Shaft is a classic film for a reason, so I’d recommend picking it up in 4K or Blu-Ray depending on what you can play. Blaine says, “I haven’t gotten around to seeing Shaft yet, but I’ll recommend it based on reputation and the quality of Criterion Collection releases.”

4 replies on “Weekly New Releases – June 21, 2022”

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    Alex says, “Shaft is my pick for the week.”

    Damn right.

  2. Aliens, Clowns and Geeks – Didja like see The Forbidden Zone? This looks like more, now with Clowns!

    I am looking forward to watching it, the same way you look forward to painfully spicy wings or a marathon.

  3. Brian says:

    They produced whole series out of The Lost Symbol? That book was profoundly…meh.

    Maybe because I knew my way around DC and many of the surprises weren’t surprises. Also, by Langdon book #3, Brown was clearly running out of ideas. (Though maligned, I maintain that Angels & Demons is a great plane trip/beach read).

    • I was working at CERN when “Angels and Demons” hit and had to work with the fallout of the gross misrepresentation of that book. I won’t be touching anything by Dan Brown.

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