Weekly New Releases – October 11, 2022

Amityville Exorcism
Amazon
Arsenic and Old Lace (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Asura Girl
Amazon
Beast
Amazon
Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure
Amazon
Blind Fury
Amazon
Blood and Treasure
Amazon
By Candlelight
Amazon
Cherif
Amazon
Curse III: Blood Sacrifice
Amazon
Disturbing Behavior
Amazon
Dracula (1931)
Amazon
Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema IX (Kino-Lorber Classics)
Amazon
Comments Includes Lady on a Train, Tangier, and Take One False Step
Frankenstein (1931)
Amazon
Free! Road to the World: The Dream – The Movie
Amazon
Comments A sequel film to the various Free! sports anime.
Girls Und Panzer Der Film
Amazon
Comments Re-release of the first Girls Und Panzer films.
Godfather
Amazon
Godfather Coda
Amazon
Godfather Part II
Amazon
Going Places
Amazon
Gone in the Night
Amazon
Guardians of Time
Amazon
Harem
Amazon
Homicycle
Amazon
Humanity Has Declined
Amazon
Comments Anime TV series adapting a series of “light-post-apocalypse” novels.
Humanoid
Amazon
Invisible Man (1933)
Amazon
Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman
Amazon
Jurassic Domination
Amazon
Killer Ambition
Amazon
Lolita (1997)
Amazon
Lost Highway (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Mark of the Vampire
Amazon
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny
Amazon
Comments The first part of the sequel series to Gundam SEED.
Monster
Amazon
Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind
Amazon
Murder at the Vanities
Amazon
Night Head Genesis: Complete Psychic Saga
Amazon
Comments Anime series about a pair of psychic brothers who have escaped from a research laboratory dealing with supernatural mysteries in the outside world.
Night Visitor
Amazon
No Escape
Amazon
Nosferatu
Amazon
Ocean Waves
Amazon
Comments 1993 anime film from Studio Ghibli, and one of the rare Ghibli films that weren’t directed by Miyazaki or Takahata.
Paranormal Activity: The Ultimate Chills Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes all seven movies in the franchise.
Ranking of Kings
Amazon
Comments Anime series about a young deaf/mute and physically weak son of a mighty king who, has to go on a quest to prove that he is worthy of inheriting the throne.
Robocop: The Future of Law Enforcement Pilot Episode
Amazon
Science Fiction Makers
Amazon
Score
Amazon
Slowest Gun in the West
Amazon
Spirit Halloween: The Movie
Amazon
Comments Blaine: As far as I can tell, this really is a movie based on the chain supply store.
Sweet Tooth
Amazon
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
Amazon
To Kill a Mockingbird
Amazon
Twin
Amazon
Ultraman Neos
Amazon
Comments The 15th Ultraman series, released as a direct-to-video series in 2000-2001.
Ultraman Zearth Double Feature
Amazon
Comments Contains both of the two Ultraman films featuring Zearth, from 1996 & 1997.
Universal Classic Monsters: Icons of Horror Collection
Amazon
Comments Includes The Mummy, The Bride of Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Vampire Dies in No Time
Amazon
Comments Parody horror anime series about a vampire who “dies” very easily.
We Hunt Together
Amazon
When Marnie Was There
Amazon
Comments The final film with Studio Ghibli from director Hiromasa Yonebayashi, and their last film until 2020’s CG film Earwig and the Witch.
Wire Room
Amazon
Wolf Man (1941)
Amazon
You Can’t Do That On Film
Amazon
Comments A documentary about You Can’t Do That One Television

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “For people with the ability to play 4K disks, I’m going with the either the Universal Classic Monsters collection or Dracula, The Wolf Man, or Frankenstein if you just want one movie. On the anime side, I absolutely “loved” Ranking of Kings, and give that show my full recommendation, with it’s compelling story and characters, and gorgeous story-book influenced animation. Outside of anime, I’m going with Nosferatu, if you don’t own a copy already.” Blaine says, “I also agree that the Universal Classic Monsters set is great, and would also highlight The Invisible Man as perhaps the best of the standalone movies. Beyond that, Nosferatu and Arsenic and Old Lace are also excellent.”

One reply

  1. Brian says:

    Honestly, I’m kind of interested in Beast. I always find Idris Elba entertaining and a twist on the Jaws-type film looks promising.

    I could be horribly wrong because whenever you add kids into the mix, it’s often a bad idea.

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