In terms of extras, the 4K (Disc One) will include audio commentary with director Francis Ford Coppola. The Blu-rays (Disc Two, Three, and Four) will essentially be the same as the previous Three-Disc Full Disclosure Edition Blu-ray set (released in 2010), except that Disc Four – which includes the Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse documentary – will also include two new features: A Tribeca Film Festival Q&A with Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Soderbergh (recorded on 4/28/19) and never-before-seen B-Roll Footage.
Other forthcoming Lionsgate titles include Trading Paint on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on 5/21, Crank on 4K Ultra HD and Digital also on 5/21, Gaspar Noé’s Climax on Blu-ray and DVD on 5/28, A Vigilante on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital also on 5/28, The Kid, The Haunting of Sharon Tate, and Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on 6/4, Norm of the North: King Sized Edition on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on 6/11, Five Feet Apart on Blu-ray and DVD also on 6/11 (with the Digital due on 5/24), Under the Silver Lake on Blu-ray and DVD on 6/18, Euphoria on Digital only on 6/28, and Dead Trigger on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on 7/2.
Meanwhile, Shout! Factory and Scream Factory’s July slate will include An Acceptable Loss, Mia and the White Lion, and Okko’s Inn (for GKids) on Blu-ray and DVD on 7/2, followed by The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid: Shout Select and Silent Hill: Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray on 7/9, Space: 1999 – The Complete Series, Strays, The Leopard Man, Law and Order, The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales (for GKids, also DVD), and Abduction (also DVD) on Blu-ray on 7/16, Criss Cross: Shout Select and Universal Horror Collection: Volume 2 (includes Murders in the Zoo, The Mad Ghoul, The Mad Doctor of Market Street, and The Strange Case of Doctor Rx) on Blu-ray on 7/23, and Turbo: Power Rangers Movie, The Reptile, Quartermass and the Pit, Quartermass II, List for a Vampire, a Humanoids from the Deep Steelbook on Blu-ray, The Good Place: The Complete Third Season on DVD, and BoJack Horseman: Seasons One & Two on Blu-ray and DVD all on 7/30.
Meanwhile, their August slate includes Endless Love: Shout Select, a Vice Squad: Collector’s Edition, and Steelbook editions of Galaxy of Terror and Forbidden World on Blu-ray on 8/13, followed by Fear in the Night, The Leech Woman, American Me: Shout Select, Horror of Frankenstein, Trapped the Devil (also DVD), and Isle of the Dead on Blu-ray on 8/20.
Shout! also has Snow Falling on Cedars: Shout Select currently set for Blu-ray release on 11/5.
Paramount Home Entertainment has set Wonder Park for Blu-ray and DVD release on 6/18, with the Digital due on 6/4.
High Octane Pictures is releasing Crisis Hotline and Life of Death, it’s Your Call on DVD and Digital on 6/11.
Also today, we’ve learned that Kino Lorber will be releasing Bi Gan’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night (2018) on Blu-ray later in 2019. The film has made a splash on the art house and festival circuit and is infamous for its single, hour-long tracking shot that appears theatrically in 3-D… and Kino’s Blu-ray will apparently include a 3-D option.
Kino Lorber Studio Classics has also announced its June slate as follows: Look for Bright Angel (1990 – Blu-ray and DVD), Money for Nothing (1993 – Blu-ray and DVD), Veronica Guerin (2003 – Blu-ray and DVD), and South Pacific (TV musical 2001 – DVD only) on 6/4, Huckleberry Finn (1975 – DVD only), Kidnapped (1971 – Blu-ray and DVD), Pursuit (1972 – Blu-ray and DVD), The Girl Most Likely To… (1973 – Blu-ray and DVD), and They Might Be Giants (1971 – Blu-ray only) on 6/11, Mississippi Burning (1988 – Blu-ray and DVD), Thirst (2009 – Blu-ray only), The Silent Partner (1978 – Blu-ray and DVD), Slayground (1984 – Blu-ray and DVD), Ordeal by Innocence (1984 – Blu-ray and DVD), The Brink’s Job (1978 – Blu-ray only), and The Border (1982 – Blu-ray only) on 6/18, and Gone to Earth (1950)/The White Heart (1953 – both on Blu-ray and DVD), Thunder Bay (1953 – Blu-ray only), and Midnight Lace (1960 – Blu-ray only) on 6/25. For those wondering, Rian Johnson’s Brick is currently set for Blu-ray release on 8/6.
And finally today, PBS is releasing Ken Burn’s new documentary series Country Music on Blu-ray and DVD on 9/17.
Back with more tomorrow. Stay tuned!