Little (2019) Regina Hall wakes up in her 13 year old body in this comedy. Extras include feature commentary and gag reel.


The Intruder (2019) A young married couple is victimized by their new home’s previous owner in this thriller. Extras include deleted/alternate scenes, alternate ending and commentary.

Scream/Shout Factory:

Lust for a Vampire (1970) A vampire is brought back to life in this Hammer thriller. Extras include a new commentary and a new interview.

Silent Hill (2006) A Two Disc Collector’s Edition of this cult horror film features new interviews, featurettes and more.

The Reptile (1966) A Cornish village finds out about a terrible family secret in this Hammer thriller. Extras include audio commentary and new interviews.

Universal Horror Collection Volume 2 (1933-43) Includes Murders in the Zoo (1933), The Mad Doctor of Market Street (1942), The Strange Case of Doctor X (1942) and The Mad Ghoul (1943). Extras include new audio commentary, still galleries and more.

Space 1999 (1975-77) Features both seasons of the cult sci-fi series from the mid 70s. New transfers, commentaries and featurettes.

Other notable releases include The Leopard Man (1943), This Island Earth (1955), Quatermass II (1957) and Quatermass and the Pit (1967). All contain terrific new transfers and extras.


Klute (1971) Jane Fonda stars in this classic thriller of a call girl attempting to solve a murder. Extras include multiple featurettes and new interviews.

The BRD Trilogy (1979-82) is a series of films told from the perspectives of three different women. Includes The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979), Lola (1981) and Veronika Ross (1982). Superb new extras include a feature length film on the film’s director Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

Arrow Video:

The Loveless (1983) is the first film from director Kathryn Bigelow, a tale of a Southerner falling in love with a biker. Nice new transfer and bountiful extras.

Weird Science (1985) John Hughes’ fondly remembered comedy is being released in two cuts, which includes a longer version with three extra minutes of footage. Excellent new transfer and new extras.

FM (1978) An LA radio station fights a corporate takeover in this cult comedy. New extras include featurettes and commentaries.

Twilight Time: (Limited to 3,000 units and available for purchase www.screenarchives.com www.twilighttimemovies.com)

10 North Frederick (1958) Gary Cooper stars as a lawyer involved in a doomed love affair. Extras include isolated music track.

The Chairman (1969) Gregory Peck stars in this espionage thriller directed by J. Lee Thompson. Extras include isolated music track.

Behold a Pale Horse (1964) is another release starring Gregory Peck, in this case a WWII thriller directed by Fred Zinnemann. Extras include audio commentary, alternate scenes and original trailer.

Warner Archive: (Available at www.wbshop.com)

Bronco Billy (1980) Clint Eastwood is a modern day traveling cowboy in one of his personal favorite films. No Extras.


Noel Willman in The Reptile
Gary Cooper & Geraldine Fitzgerald in 10 North Frederick