New to Theaters:
Amsterdam (2022) Christian Bale, Robert DeNiro, Margot Robbie and John David Washington lead an all-star cast in this period thriller set in 1935 and centering on three close friends finding themselves ensnared in a secret criminal plot. David O Russell directs, his first feature in seven years.
New to Disc:
Paranormal Activity: The Ultimate Chills Collection (2007-2022) is a new limited edition, eight disc set that includes all seven theatrical films in the series along with the disc debut of the latest chapter, which debuted on Paramount Plus.. Extras include a new documentary and multiple cuts of the films.
Lost Highway (1997) David Lynch’s seventh feature as a director gets a new 4K restoration in this new edition that includes such extras as archival interviews, a 1997 documentary on the director and an essay booklet.
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) Frank Capra’s adaptation of the stage play, deftly blending horror and humor and starring Cary Grant, gets the deluxe treatment from the label this week in a new edition that includes a commentary and radio adaptation of the play.
Moon, 66 Questions (2021) Dark secrets are uncovered when a young girl goes to Athens to care for her ailing father in this well reviewed Greek thriller. Extras include deleted scenes.
Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics is a terrific new 10 disc set that includes 128 live uncut performances from the legendary variety show along with a beautiful 36-page collector’s book and a bonus DVD of comedy performances.
Indecent Proposal (1993) The summer box office winner from nearly 30 years ago about the consequences of a wealthy man’s offer to sleep with the female half of a financially strapped couple gets the Ultra Hi Def 4K treatment this week in a new set that includes both new and archival extras in addition to the gorgeous new transfer.
Other new releases from the label this week include a 4K UHD upgrade of The Score (2001), Blue Iguana (1988), Blind Fury (1989), By Candlelight (1933) and Murder at the Vanities (1934).
Mark of the Vampire (1935) Tod Browning’s remake of his 1927 silent horror entry, London After Midnight, gets a new Blu Ray restoration in this new edition that also includes commentary, a short and a cartoon.
To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) The cinema classic from director Robert Mulligan gets a 4K UHD facelift this week in a new edition that retains the previous extras found on earlier releases.
Also being issued by the label this week is a 4K upgrade of their Classic Monsters Collection (1932-54).
Cohen Media Group:
Going Places (1974) The critically well-regarded tale of a duo of two degenerates embarking on a life of crime has received its first ever Blu Ray release with a few new extras.