Weekly New Releases – September 6, 2022

Adventures of the Crystal Skull
Amazon
Anne at 13,000 Ft
Amazon
Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons
Amazon
Blow Out (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations – The Vessel
Amazon
Chicago P.D.
Amazon
Double Feature – Edward G. Robinson
Amazon
Comments Includes Scarlet Street and The Stranger
Essential Jacques Demy (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Comments Includes Lola, Baby of Angels, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Young Girls of Rochefort, Donkey Skin, and Un chambre en ville.
Funhouse
Amazon
Happening
Amazon
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On
Amazon
Megical Warfare
Amazon
Comments Anime series based on a light novel, about a high school student who ends up getting magic powers, and getting into a magical conflict with his estranged younger brother.
Minions 2 Movie Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes Minions and Minions: The Rise of Gru
Minions: The Rise of Gru
Amazon
Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris
Amazon
Nan Movie
Amazon
Comments Starring Catherine Tate
NCIS: Hawaii
Amazon
Oblong Box
Amazon
Oldboy (Arrow)
Amazon
Quiet Place 2 Movie Collection
Amazon
Rachel, Rachel
Amazon
RE-MAIN
Amazon
Comments Anime series about a star high school water polo athlete who gets amnesia after a car accident, and while going to a school with (seemingly) no water polo program to try to get away from expectations of great performance because of that amnesia, he ends up discovering that the school does, in fact, have a water polo club, and he ends up getting roped into joining the club, while also having to re-learn how to play water polo in the process.
Ride with Norman Reedus
Amazon
Spitfire Over Berlin
Amazon
Star Trek original cast movies
Amazon
Twice Told Tales
Amazon
Wedding Pact 2: The Baby Pact
Amazon
Comments Starring Connor Trinneer
Young Sheldon
Amazon

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “on the 4K front, I’m definitely going with the Star Trek movie collection, especially considering the release includes the director’s cut of Star Trek II and Star Trek VI. Otherwise, nothing really grabs me this week.” Blaine says, “I’m also recommending the Star Trek set for 4K players, and the Director’s Edition of Star Trek: The Motion Picture for Blu-Ray.”

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  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    Rachel Rachel: It’s a pick, but probably not for a lot of people around here. Paul Newman directs Joanne Woodward in an Americanized adaptation of that CanLit classic, A Jest of God (Margaret Laurence). I finally saw it a year or two ago, and it’s pretty good, but you have to want to see a slow-moving drama. Two of the lowest ratings on Amazon are a customer who found it “inappropriate” and another who thought they were ordering Rachel and the Stranger, a 1948 western/romance. This isn’t a 1948 western/romance.

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