Oh hey there, been a couple weeks since we last chatted. Well, yes I know that I could pick up the phone and text but I mean, it goes both ways okay. Whoa, don’t take that tone with me. Fine, FINE, below are the latest releases to Blu-ray, Digital, and DVD. Oh, you want some Wick, Godzilla, Wonder Lives and more? You got it all…and more!
Godzilla The Showa-Era Films, 1954-1975 (Blu-ray)
These are the original 15 releases of the Godzilla film and this time in criterion collections. For the King of All Monsters THIS is the set to get. Dang I can’t wait to dive DEEP into this set.
Amityville: The Cursed Collection (Blu-ray)
Sure, because these movies really NEEDED a blu-ray release.
It’s a Wonder Life (4K, Blu-ray, Digital)
It took me FOREVER to see this film and then I finally did and I got why people love it. That Frank Capra knew how to weave a blanket because gosh darn it, this film is wonderful. Can’t wait to get my hands on this new 4k transfer.
The Wizard of Oz (4K, Blu-ray, Digital)
Get this boring-ass film in the highest def possible. Unless you like it a ton and then just get it again but this time actually enjoy yourself.
The Ringu Collection (Blu-ray)
The first Ringu films, from Arrow Releasing. Good thing is if you don’t own them, these versions will have a ton of extras packed into them.
Batman Beyond: The Complete Series (Blu-ray, Digital)
FINALLY. Been waiting for this since the big release of Batman: The Animated Series. I love this show as it’s just the logical continuation of what Batman TAS did before it. But now with 100% more Will Friedle.
American Werewolf in London (Blu-ray, Digital)
Arrow release again and this time with the Werewolf movies of all Werewolf movies. Never has a transformation scene been so grotesque before. Add this as another entry into your collection for this film as it’s been the 18th release. Oh wait, we still need a 4K version.
The Blob (Blu-ray, Digital)
In case you were looking for an HD version of something that gets you super sticky and eventually eats you, well this is your chance.
Good Boys (Digital)
I have not seen this one in the theatre but only heard good things. Given it’s produced by Seth Rogen and Even Goldberg it doesn’t surprise me when I heard it’s very much like Superbad. Thats not a bad thing.