Arrow Video is releasing Kansas City on Blu-ray on 3/3, with The Passion of the Darkly Noon following on Blu-ray on 3/24.
And don’t forget that Arrow Video UK is releasing the Alejandro Jodorowsky Collection (including Fando y Lis, El Topo, The Holy Mountain, and the new film Psychomagic, A Healing Art) on Blu-ray in the UK on 3/30. Note that this title is Region B.
AMC and Acorn are releasing the Humans Complete Collection on Blu-ray on 5/5.
Film Movement is releasing a new Blu-ray box set Their Finest Hour: 5 British WWII Classics (including Dunkirk, The Dam Busters, Ice Cold in Alex, The Colditz Story, and Went the Day Well?) on 3/17.
Shout! Factory and Scream Factory have added James Foley’s Glengarry Glen Ross (1992), Ron Howard’s The Missing (2003), and Bert I. Gordon’s The Spider (1958) to their June Blu-ray slate (on 6/2, 6/16 and 6/23 respectively).
Kino will release the WWII documentary The Cold Blue on Blu-ray on 4/7.
And Kino Lorber Studio Classics will release Guy Hamilton’s An Inspector Calls (1954) on BD and DVD on 5/5, Douglas Sirk’s Taza, Son of Cochise (1954) on BD (includes 2D and 3D—restored by the 3D Film Archive) on 5/26, Norman Z. McLeod’s Alice in Wonderland (1933) on BD on 5/19, and Jean-Claude Tramont’s All Night Long (1981) on BD on 5/26.
Also, before we close, a quick mention: Lionsgate has a new podcast series up that looks behind-the-scenes on their home video releases (called Lionsgate Unlocked) and the first installment features our friend (and special edition producer) Cliff Stephenson talking with director Rian Johnson about Knives Out, now available on Blu-ray and 4K (read our review here). It’s well worth a look, so do check it out here (or by clicking on the image below).
Here’s a look at the cover artwork for some of the titles mentioned above, with Amazon.com pre-order links if available...
That’s all for now. Have a great weekend!