Now in Theaters:
Reminiscence (2021) A PI (Hugh Jackman) specializing in retrieving lost memories finds his life taking an unexpected turn when a client disappears.
New to Streaming:
The Show (2021) Renowned graphic novelist, Alan Moore, crafted this tale of a man of many identities who finds himself embroiled in the search for a stolen artifact in England.
Under the Volcano (2021) (*** 1/2) is a fascinating and highly recommended look at the famed recording facility, Air Studios, where many of the biggest hits of the 1980s were recorded.
McCartney 3 2 1(2021) Producer Rick Rubin conducts an in depth interview with the iconic musician in this new six part, three-hour series.
New to Disc:
The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021) In the latest installment in the series, paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga), tangle with a murder suspect using the old cop out of demonic possession. Extras include several featurettes.
Two Evil Eyes (1990) Revered horror movie directors, George Romero and Dario Argento, take on two tales from the pen of Edgar Allan Poe in this two-part horror film getting a 4K upgrade. All of the previous extras are carried over along with some new ones.
Prince of the City (1981) Sidney Lumet’s highly regarded and sprawling adaptation of Robert Daley’s best selling expose on police corruption in the late 1970s finally gets its long overdue Blu-Ray release. Extras include a thirty-minute documentary and the film’s trailer.
Blind Beast (1969) A sightless sculptor kidnaps a model in order to live out his fantasies in this cult Japanese thriller. Extras include visual essay, commentary, booklet and trailer.
Also, the company’s previously announced 4K upgrade of The Cat O’Nine Tails has been moved to 08/24.
Cannibal Man (1972) A butcher murders to cover his tracks after accidentally killing a taxi driver in this cult horror film that’s being offered in two different cuts. Extras include featurettes, trailer and deleted scenes.
Overboard (1987) The beloved 80s romantic comedy starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell gets a long overdue Blu-Ray upgrade with this new edition. Extras include screenwriter interview and trailer.
What’s So Bad About Feeling Good? (1967) A toucan spreads a virus that forces people to be happy in this comedy from director George Seaton and starring Mary Tyler Moore. Extras include commentary and trailers.
Moment by Moment (1978) Lily Tomlin and John Travolta star in this notorious May-December romance that is being issued on home video for the first time. Extras include trailer and commentary.
Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore star in this musical about a small town girl’s search for the love of her life in the big city. Extras include commentary, trailer and the full roadshow version of the film.
Ashes and Diamonds (1958) A resistant fighter’s orders to assassinate a commissar at the end of WWII are complicated when he falls for a barmaid. Andrezej Wajda’s final film in his ‘war trilogy.’ Extras include commentary, video essay, newsreel and documentary.