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We’ve got a few things to talk about today to start the new week. As always, we’ll begin with some new disc reviews...

Stephen has turned in his thoughts on Lino Brocka’s Cain and Abel (1982) on Blu-ray from Kani Releasing, along with Valeriy Todorovskiy’s Hypnosis (2020) on Blu-ray from Altered Innocence, and Bill Condon’s Sister, Sister (1987) on Blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome.

And Tim has offered his thoughts on Paul Naschy’s Panic Beats (1983) on Blu-ray from Mondo Macabro, along with Patrice Rhomm’s Draguse/Le Bijou D’Amour on Blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome, and also the DreamWorks: 42 Movie Collection Blu-ray box set from Random Space Media, which includes every animated film the studio has released so far from Antz (1998) to The Boss Baby: Family Business (2021).

As always, more reviews are on the way. And note that once they’re posted here on the site, we link them from our social media on Twitter and Facebook, so be sure to follow us there and stay tuned for them. [Read on here...]

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All right, as some of you may know, we had a pretty interesting early post here at The Bits today with news of a great bunch of Shout! and Scream Factory Blu-ray and 4K titles coming in May. Turns out, that was just scratching the surface! Not only has Shout! now fully fleshed out their May release slate, they’ve added an additional Ultra HD title and more Blu-ray titles too. What’s more, Sony has revealed a pair of much-wanted 4K titles in June, and Paramount has announced a significant slate of Blu-ray and 4K titles for May as well!

This is going to take a little while to go through, so let’s get right into it. We’ll start with those new Sony titles first, then circle our way back to Shout...

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has just announced a pair of new Steelbook 4K titles for release on 6/7, one a title released previously and the other also released previously but only in one of their Columbia Classics 4K box sets: The Bridge on the River Kwai: 65th Anniversary Limited Edition and a Lawrence of Arabia: 60th Anniversary Limited Edition. These will be essentially the same discs released previously (reviewed here and here on The Bits), except that both now feature Dolby Vision HDR (Kwai had only HDR10 in its initial UHD release). Both also feature Dolby Atmos audio plus legacy mixes. You can see the cover artwork at left and also below. [Read on here...]

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