Happiest of all the Tuesdays to you Towelites. This week we have a smattering of releases from across the galaxy so let’s get right to it!


Night of the Creeps (Blu-ray)

Fred Dekker created one of the best science fiction horror films of all time with this film. Scream Factory and NECA have teamed up to release the film in all it’s epic glory, including a Tom Atkins figure!

Cinderella (4K, Blu-ray, Digital)

This is one of the only Disney live-action reboots that I haven’t seen. I’ve heard it’s good. It’s directed by Kenneth Branagh so I don’t know why it wouldn’t be. Guess it’s time to get on it.

Cinderella Animated (4K, Blu-ray, Digital)

This one is coming out of the vault…again. The original animated film in stunning HD.

Cinderella II & III (Blu-ray, Digital)

I have no idea what these films are even about. I’m not sure how you do sequels to this films but here they are in all their cash-grabbing glory.

Dumbo (4K, Blu-ray, Digital)

Again, I gotta see it. It’s the Tim Burton-directed live-action film and it looked pretty crazy in the trailers. 

Lost Highway ( Blu-ray)

David Lynch for better or worse is a true auteur. This is one of the only films he’s made that actually makes some semi-sense. Not like 100% of the sense, but some of it. 

Little (Digital)

If you swap bodies in a film, I’m gonna see it. Maybe not in the theatre cause I don’t really need to spend a ticket price on it, but I’ll most certainly be downloading it now it’s out on digital.

Pet Sematary 2019 (Digital)

Stephen King is so hot right now and as you can tell by the rebooting of all of his films, Pet Sematary is supposed to be halfway decent. 

 

 

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