Weekly New Releases – July 12, 2022

BASEketball
Amazon
Batwoman
Amazon
Comments The documentary series edited by Peter Jackson using much of the unused footage shot for the documentary “Let It Be”
Beatles: Get Back
Amazon
Bebe’s Kids
Amazon
Bigfoot or Bust
Amazon
Black Dahlia
Amazon
Black Site
Amazon
Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell
Amazon
Changing Lanes
Amazon
Conviction: The Case of Stephen Lawrence
Amazon
Dashcam
Amazon
Domestic Disturbance
Amazon
Down to Earth
Amazon
Comments Anime series about a young duke cursed to kill anything he touches (other than himself), and his very flirtatious maid.
Duke of Death and His Maid
Amazon
Endeavour
Amazon
Frisco Kid
Amazon
Frontline: The Power of Big Oil
Amazon
Galaxy Quest
Amazon
Gallipoli
Amazon
Georgia Rule
Amazon
Comments Anime series adapting a JRPG originally released for mobile devices in Japan.
Hortensia SAGA
Amazon
Hotel Portofino
Amazon
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Amazon
J Team
Amazon
Jack and the Beanstalk
Amazon
Killing Eve
Amazon
Last Broadcast
Amazon
Last Thing Mary Saw
Amazon
Leap of Faith
Amazon
MacGruber / Balls of Fury / Your Highness
Amazon
Miami Blues
Amazon
Comments Nozomi Entertainment previously released this series as a boxed set, and is now re-releasing it two lower priced halves.
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
Amazon
Montana Story
Amazon
Non Non Biyori Nonstop
Amazon
Pokemon Journeys
Amazon
Comments Adaptation of a manga about a B-movie director.
Pompo: The Cinephile
Amazon
Raging Bull (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Comments This had previously been released on a steelbook release.
Rahxephon
Amazon
Rough Cut
Amazon
Rugrats
Amazon
Safe Men
Amazon
Shark Bait
Amazon
Six Million Dollar Man
Amazon
Star Trek: Lower Decks
Amazon
Star Trek: The Animated Series
Amazon
Summertime (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Twin
Amazon
Wolf Hound
Amazon
Comments Anime series adapting the Nintendo DS JRPG from Square-Enix.
World Ends With You
Amazon
Comments Features the second of Cody Rhodes matches against Seth Rollins since Rhodes returned to WWE from AEW.
WWE: Wrestlemania Backlash 2022
Amazon

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “On the anime side, I’m going with RahXephon – it’s a brilliantly done mecha series, with gorgeous animation and music. If you couldn’t afford the steelbook release this is definitely worth picking up. If you already own it, and don’t own Gundam SEED, that would be my other pick. On the 4K front, I’d go with Temple of Doom, if you haven’t gotten any of the previous releases.” Blaine says, “of those I’ve seen, Galaxy Quest and Temple of Doom top the list. I’ve heard wonderful things about The Beatles: Get Back, but I haven’t seen it myself, yet.”

3 replies on “Weekly New Releases – July 12, 2022”

  1. visionary_coward says:

    There’s something up with the comments on the releases. They seem to be off by one.

    I found “The Beatles: Get Back” very interesting, in you get see how the sausage was made. The video quality is amazing considering the source.

    • Thanks for pointing out the issue with the comments. The risks of using a spreadsheet for these; if we ever cut and paste, it “helpfully” updates all links.

    • JD DeLuzio says:

      I’m repeating what others have said but, Let It Be had a story to tell about a band having issues. Get Back shows the creative process at work, and that the Beatles were coming together at least as much as they were carrying the weight that would cause them to break up. It’s worth watching. We kept asking, “wait, this is how they worked?” It’s like some naive kid’s idea of how the music industry might work, like the players were still in a bar band.

      Except the results are brilliant.

      Star Trek: TAS features a few good moments.

      I really enjoyed Raiders of the Lost Ark when it came out– I saw it twice in the theatre– but I never liked Temple of Doom. I doubt a repeat viewing will change my opinion.

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