U.K./U.S. and U.K. Only Releases
  • Arrow Video October Titles

    The Criterion of cult, Arrow Video, posted their October Blu-ray announcements this morning.  Being that Arrow is a British company, keep in mind that not all of their titles will be released both in the U.K. and the U.S., due to distribution rights.   However, Arrow always makes it...
  • Two Film Noir Classics Coming to Blu-ray

    New boutique video label, ClassicFlix (an outgrowth of the popular website ClassicFlix.com) has announced that they will release a couple of classic films noir on Blu-ray and DVD this fall, T-Men (1947) and Crime of Passion (1957).  Both will be newly restored and remastered transfers. A release date has...
  • The Great Race: Limited Edition (3-CD Set)

    PUSH THE BUTTON, MAX… on the CD player! La-La Land Records is a specialty music label specializing in soundtracks, including many limited edition multi-disc box sets with full or expanded scores of cult movies (It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, 1941, Airplane, etc.) and TV shows (Batman: The...
  • Indicator September Releases

    Indicator, a boutique British video label from Powerhouse Films, have announced three upcoming blu-ray releases for September — The Chase (1966), See No Evil (1971), and a three-disc box set, The Wonderful Worlds of Ray Harryhausen, Vol. 1: 1955-1960, which will include It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955), 20...
  • Land of the Dead Collector’s Edition Blu-ray 10/24

    Scream Factory has announced a Collector’s Edition of George A. Romero’s Land of the Dead (2005), the film that ushered in Romero’s second wave of zombie flicks.  Land captures the humor, social satire, and sense of dread of Romero’s earlier Dead movies, so it is easily a “must own.” Here’s the full...
  • Stendhal Syndrome (1996) Blu-ray Trailer

    Blue Underground has posted a trailer and the full specs for their July 25th Blu-ray release of the brand new 2K restoration of Dario Argento’s The Stendhal Syndrome (1996). Please note, if you are interested in receiving the limited-edition slipcover, it will only be available by ordering through Diabolik...
  • Lost Horizon (1937) 4K Restoration on Blu-ray 10/3

    A 4K restoration of the strangest and most ambitious entry in Frank Capra’s filmography, Lost Horizon (1937), is getting a blu-ray release from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on October 3rd. Below is the press release from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, along with the Amazon pre-order link: Celebrating its 80th...
  • Three Marion Davies Silent DVDs Debut July 25th

    Only around 30% of all American films produced in the silent era survive in some form, and only 25% survive in a complete print.  A much smaller percentage are available to the general public in some home video format.  Ben Model and his video label, Undercrank Productions, are doing...
  • Billy Wilder’s Avanti! (1972) on Blu-ray in October!

    More Billy Wilder on Blu-ray is always a good thing; and Kino Lorber Studio Classics will be releasing the director’s 1972 romantic comedy, Avanti! on an undisclosed date in October. Written by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond, and produced and directed by Wilder, the film stars Jack Lemmon as Wendell...
  • The Intruder (1975) — Rare Title Heading to Blu-Ray

    Garagehouse Pictures has unearthed a true rarity — a Seventies slasher starring Mickey Rooney, Yvonne De Carlo, Ted Cassidy, and writer/producer/director/actor Chris Robinson, which never received a theatrical or video release (and was considered lost until recently).  Based on the description below, The Intruder (1975) sounds a bit like an...
  • Trinity Euro-Westerns Moseying Onto Blu-Ray

    Attention, Euro-Western fans, Hen’s Tooth Video plans to release the tremendously popular Spaghetti Western comedies They Call Me Trinity (1970) and Trinity Is Still My Name (1971), starring the Italian Laurel and Hardy team of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, as a twin-pack blu-ray on August 29th!  Below is the...
  • The Maze 3-D Blu-ray Comin’ At Ya

    TV manufactures may have abandoned the 3-D format, but that hasn’t stopped boutique video labels from releasing blu-ray titles in three (count em’ three) dimensions.  This week, Kino Lorber Studio Classics announced that they were teaming with the 3-D Film Archive to release one of the most sought-after titles of the...
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  • Arrow Video sent out their U.S. newsletter today, which included an update on the current stock of their limited edition Blu-ray box sets.  The full list is displayed below,...
  • Only around 30% of all American films produced in the silent era survive in some form, and only 25% survive in a complete print.  A much smaller percentage are...
  • Here’s a quick overview of what’s coming to Blu-ray and DVD from Kino Lorber Studio Classics, Kino Classics, and Redemption in upcoming months.  Quite a bounty, if you ask...
  • Today at San Diego Comic-Con, the Warner Archive Collection revealed that they will release three fun genre titles on Blu-ray later this year: The Green Slime (1968), The Hidden (1987), and Innocent Blood...