Aladdin (1992) The original Aladdin has been reissued with an excellent new batch of features, which include an alternate ending, cast recording sessions, commentary and outtakes.


Warner Brothers:

Shaft (2019) The fifth film in the nearly fifty-year old franchise is fun in an old school sort of way. Samuel L. Jackson stars. Extras include deleted scenes, gag reel and a three part documentary.



Yesterday (2019) A struggling songwriter finds himself in an alternate universe where The Beatles never existed and quickly takes credit for their work in this romantic comedy. Extras include alternate ending, deleted scenes and featurettes.


Fox Home Video:

X Men: Dark Phoenix (2019) is the supposed final film in the current X Men franchise. Fans were not pleased but you be the judge. Extras include deleted scenes, five part documentary and audio commentary.


Arrow Video:

The Major and the Minor (1942) Director Billy Wilder’s American film debut is a delightful romantic comedy pairing Ray Milland and Ginger Rogers. Extras include a video appreciation, trailer, image gallery, radio adaptation and interview with star Ray Milland.

Who Saw Her Die? (1972) Stars former James Bond actor, George Lazenby, traveling to Italy and searching for his daughter’s killer. Extras include writer and director interview, audio commentary and original trailers.


Scream/Shout Factory:

Fear No Evil (1981) Lucifer has returned in the form of a teenaged boy in this cult horror entry. Extras include new interviews, trailer, still gallery and audio commentary.

Scars of Dracula (1970) is the fifth in the Christopher Lee cycle of Dracula films. Extras include multiple commentaries, still gallery, trailer and featurette.

John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998) James Woods is on the hunt for vampires in the southwest. Extras include new interviews, commentary, isolated score, featurette and trailer.

Sesame Street: 50 Years and Counting (DVD Only) is a two-disc set that includes nearly six hours of the greatest moments from the iconic show. Curated to please all ages of the family.



Polyester (1981) Director John Waters’ crowning achievement, a satire on suburban living that constantly tickles the funny bone. Extras include vintage commentary, essay book, trailer, deleted scenes and both archived and new on camera interviews with the film’s talent.

Local Hero (1983) is director Bill Forsyth’s beautiful look at a Scottish community facing a buyout from an American oil company. Extras include new director commentary, newly filmed interviews, vintage featurettes, and the film’s trailer.


Warner Archive:

Popeye The Sailor : The 1940s Volume 3 (1948-49) contains 17 beautifully restored cartoons featuring the famed spinach eater.

Also available is the boxing drama, The Set Up (1949) and the romantic comedy, A Touch of Class (1973), starring George Segal and Glenda Jackson.

MVD Visual:

Find Me Guilty (2006) features Fast and the Furious star Vin Diesel as a lawyer in this true story. Extras include trailer and director interview.

Who Do You Think I Am (2019) is a moving portrait of Bruce Springsteen’s saxophonist Clarence Clemmons.


Well Go USA:

The Lingering (2019) An adult returns to face the evil force from his childhood in this Asian horror thriller.

Twilight Time (limited to 3,000 units and available at www.screenarchives.com)

Clark Gable and Robert Ryan are on a cattle drive in The Tall Men (1955) Extras include isolated score and trailer.

Gene Tierney reunited with director Otto Preminger for the thriller, Whirlpool (1949). Extras include commentary, isolated score and trailer.


Olive Films:

A Bucket of Blood (1959) features Dick Miller in his signature role as a man driven to murder in order to create art. Highly recommended. Extras include commentary, featurettes, essay book, and newly discovered on set photos.


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