It’s another Glorious New Release Tuesday!
BLU = Also available to rent on Blu-ray disc
3D BLU = Available for rent on lovely 3D Blu-ray, though you must have a 3D TV to experience the full glory
@ = Available for sale in the store (but we can special order anything, see us for details)
This week, the Heroes at the Criterion Collection have two great releases for us. First, extremely prolific German filmmaker Rainer Fassbinder’s 1975 melodrama FOX AND HIS FRIENDS (@ BLU).
Then they’ve got SOMETHING WILD (@ BLU), a little-seen two-hander from 1961 starring Carroll Baker and Ralph Meeker as a pair of outcasts caught in a whirlpool of emotional turmoil.
As for the rest, don’t forget to check out the following: Just in time for the Greatest’s birthday, a new director’s cut blu-ray of Michael Mann’s ALI (@ BLU). Emily Blunt witnesses a murder in GIRL ON THE TRAIN (BLU). Also on a train: Korean zombies in TRAIN TO BUSAN (@ BLU). Two sequels you didn’t know you wanted: DEATH RACE 2050 (BLU) and OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL (BLU), and two more you did with Shout’s double feature disc of SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE II & III (@ BLU). LONG WAY NORTH (@ BLU) is gorgeous animation from France. Cheeky British horror with SHE-BEAST (@ BLU). And last but not least, an arranged marriage under an active volcano in IXCANUL (@ BLU).
Here’s the full rental list:
Addicted to Fresno (2015) BLU
Cold Light of Day (1989) (PAL)
Come and Find Me (2016)
Concrete Night (2013)
Death Race 2050 (2017) BLU
Fox and His Friends (1975) (Criterion Collection) @ BLU
Free World (2016)
Girl on the Train (2016) BLU
Ixcanul (2015) @ BLU
Keeping Up With the Joneses (2016) BLU
Long Way North (2015) @ BLU
Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) BLU
Something Wild (1961) (Criterion Collection) @ BLU
Train to Busan (2016) @ BLU
Who Killed Santa Claus? (1941) (PAL / Region 2)
Whole Truth (2016)
Who’s Driving Doug (2016)
Zero Days (2016)
Ali (2001) (Commemorative Editon) @ BLU
Deathstalker / Deathstalker 2 (1987)
Message From Space (1978)
Neon Bull (2015)
Robbers’ Roost (1955)
She-Beast (1966) @ BLU
Up from the Depths (1979)
Who Killed Santa Claus? (1941)
That ought to do it for this week’s stack! We’ll see you next Tuesday!