Weekly New Releases – June 18, 2024

American Fiction
Amazon
American Gigolo
Amazon
Anna Boleyn (Kino-Lorber)
Amazon
Apollo 13 / Right Stuff / First Man 3 Film Collection
Amazon
Atomic Blonde / Nobody 2 Movie Collection
Amazon
Baby Mama / Blockers / Sisters 3 Movie Collection
Amazon
Bad Behaviour
Amazon
Battles Without Honor and Humanity: The Complete Collection (Arrow)
Amazon
Comments Alex: I’ve previous reviewed all the films in this set on my YouTube channel – in short, this is a really good series of Yakuza films, and I definitely recommend them.
Beverly Hills Ninja
Amazon
Blacklight / Memory / The Marksman 3 Movie Collection
Amazon
Bolero
Amazon
Boost
Amazon
Bound (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Burglars
Amazon
Call the Midwife
Amazon
Cat Ballou
Amazon
Challengers
Amazon
Death in Paradise
Amazon
Death on the Border
Amazon
Discontinued
Amazon
Due Occhi Diabolici
Amazon
Field of Dreams / Bull Durham 2 Movie Collection
Amazon
Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema XIX (Kino-Lorber)
Amazon
Comments Includes Dark City, No Man of Her Own, and Beware, My Lovely
Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire
Amazon
IF
Amazon
Comments Blaine: Coming to digital about 5 weeks after the theatrical release, as has become the norm. Personally, I think that narrow digital release window is one of the main reasons theatres are still struggling after COVID. The urgency to see things on the big screen is largely gone.
Italian Job
Amazon
Comments Just to confirm, this is the Michael Caine one, not the Mark Walberg one.
Karate Kid
Amazon
Mad Max: Fury Road
Amazon
Mars Express
Amazon
Comments French science fiction animated film that has been getting some very favorable reviews.
Mayor of Kingstown
Amazon
NCIS: Sydney
Amazon
Nightwatch (1994)
Amazon
Nightwatch: Demons are Forever
Amazon
NOVA: A.I. Revolution
Amazon
Obsession
Amazon
Paramount Presents: Chinatown/The Two Jakes
Amazon
Comments Blaine: You’d never know it from the item listing, but Chinatown was directed by Roman Polanski. Decide whether or not you wish to support a product that supports him.
Phantom of the Monastery
Amazon
Prison Walls: Abashiri Prison I-III
Amazon
Relax, I’m From the Future
Amazon
RoboCop (2014)
Amazon
RoboCop 2
Amazon
Shadow Land
Amazon
Shop at Sly Corner
Amazon
Spaceballs / Little Shop of Horrors 2 Film Collection
Amazon
Steven Universe
Amazon
Tomorrow We Live
Amazon
Victims of Sin (Criterion Collection)
Amazon
Warehouse 13
Amazon

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “No anime this week – but I do recommend Battles Without Honor and Humanity: The complete collection, with either Karate Kid or Fury Road (depending on which one you don’t already own) as the 4K pick. I will be getting Mars Express at some point in the future though.” Blaine says, “although I’ve only seen Apollo 13 in the set, based on the strength of that film and the reputations of the other two, I’d go with the Apollo 13 / Right Stuff / First Man collection if you don’t already own the titles.”

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  1. I have American Fiction on my to-watch list already.

    I’ll second Apollo 13/Right Stuff/First Man (though I haven’t see that last one). I have to admit, watching For All Mankind makes me want a big production miniseries remake of The Right Stuff. The original cast was fantastic, but the production is definitely dated.

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