Displaying items by tag: Escape from LA: Collector's Edition BD
We’ve got a bit of fun news today, some release news and some other...
First up though, we also have a new disc review. Dennis has just turned in a look at director George Marshall’s classic Destry Rides Again (1939) now on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection. It’s a classic western starring James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich that’s well worth your time.
And while we’re speaking of Criterion, that brings us to our first bit of release news, which is that Criterion has just announced a Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits Blu-ray box set (Spine# 1036), which is set to include The Big Boss (1971), Fist of Fury (1972), The Way of the Dragon (1972), Enter the Dragon (1973), and Game of Death (1978). [Read on here...]
- Escape from LA: Collector's Edition BD
- Scream Factory
- Shout! Factory
- Bill Hunt
- The Digital Bits
- My Two Cents
- The Criterion Collection
- Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits BD box set
- The Hills Run Red BD
- Home Media Awards winners
- Denis Villeneuve
- Vanity Fair
- Dennis Seuling
- Destry Rides Again BD review
- The Big Boss BD
- Fist of Fury BD
- The Way of the Dragon BD
- Enter the Dragon BD
- Game of Death BD
- Columbia Classics Collection: Volume 1 4K
- Tales from the Darkside: The Movie
- The Mad Fox
- Resistance BD
- We Summon the Darkness BD
- Media Play News
All right, we’re closing out another week in pandemic isolation with some new reviews and a bit more announcement news...
First up those reviews... Tim has checked in with a look at FIVE recent Blu-ray titles from our friends at Severin Films—running the gamut from Eurosleaze to erotic to the rarely-seen and undervalued—so here are his thoughts on Just Jaeckin’s Gwendoline (1984 – aka The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik Yak), the Russian genre film Viy (1967), Jess Franco’s Cries of Pleasure (1983) and Night of Open Sex (1983), and Leopoldo Savona’s Byleth: The Demon of Incest (1972).
And yes, we recognize that some of these aren’t for the faint of heart or for mainstream audiences (particularly those titles we had to blank out the cover art on or Google advertising will flag it), but the range of cinema on disc is wide and far-reaching. There’s something for everyone. And they can’t all be Star Wars or Marvel films. So there you go. [Read on here...]