From Severin Films on December 5th
  • Adam West’s Final Film on Blu-ray 10/17!

    Take this post with a granule or two of salt, as there has not been official confirmation from Warner Home Video.  However, Barnes and Noble jumped the gun and listed a Blu-ray/DVD Combo release of the animated film Batman vs. Two-Face for pre-order, displaying an October 17th release date. Batman...
  • DiabolikDVD August Code Red Exclusives

    For a one-man operation (or one-Banana Man operation), Code Red DVD produces a tremendous amount of content.  Month after month they release Blu-rays of forgotten films and cult titles that otherwise would not likely receive an HD upgrade.  Banana Man is truly doing the Lord’s work. My only complaint...
  • The Lost World (1925) Blu-ray Trailer

    What a wonderful time to be a silent film fan!  It seems like there is an announcement every other day of a painstaking restoration of a silent film, a rediscovery of a lost title, or a debut Blu-ray release. This week, Flicker Alley, one of the most reliable video...
  • Ernie Kovacs’ Take a Good Look Definitive Collection

    Greetings, over your orthicon tube (as Percy Dovetonsils used to say), While, as a rule, I will mainly focus on movies at It Came From the Bottom Shelf, as a bloodshot-eyed TV addict, I also feel compelled to draw your attention to exceptional television shows that may be off...
  • Arrow Video U.S. Low Stock Alerts

    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, but the main takeaway is if you want to order The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (2-Disc Limited Edition) [Blu-ray...
  • Warner Archive Comic-Con Announcements

    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 (1992). It was further disclosed that the release of John Landis’ underrated vampire film Innocent Blood will be a longer,...
  • Kino Lorber Upcoming Round-up

    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 me: KLSC Coming Soon: 9/5 They Shoot Horses Don’t They | The Birthday Party 9/12 Custer of the West | Krakatoa, East of...
  • Shout/Scream Factory Comic-Con Announcements

    San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, and that means panels that yield announcements of Blu-rays and DVDs that we can look forward to in upcoming months.  Last night, Shout Factory revealed titles for it’s Shout Select and Scream Factory imprints that we should see later this year or early...
  • Warner Archive Blu-ray Announcements

    The Warner Archive will be adding four additional titles to their collection on Blu-ray later this summer/early fall.  The titles include two absolute classics: Arthur Penn’s Night Moves (1975), one of the greatest detective films ever made, and Steve Martin’s funniest film, The Man with Two Brains (1983). The...
  • Steve Martin Blu-rays Coming

    CLEANING WOMAN!!!   It is undeniable that Steve Martin is funny, but not all of his films are gems.  However, when his movies click, they really click; and Steve Martin is always at his funniest when performing material written by Steve Martin. Two Steve Martin movies written or co-written...
  • David Lean on 4K UHD

    Greetings, physical media fans, It took me a long time to jump on the 4K UHD bandwagon.  Admittedly, until recently, I didn’t own a 4K TV, but lack of hardware has never stopped me in the past.  I collected CDs prior to owning a CD player, DVDs prior to...
  • Filming Othello & More in October

    Rejoice, Welles-fans, The Criterion Collection announced their October releases today, and while there are some big titles (including a much-needed 4K digital restoration of a Kubrick film), the biggest news was one of the “Special Features” included as an extra.  The delayed release of Orson Welles’ Othello (1952) will...
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