Now in Theaters:

Exorcist: Believer (* ½) David Gordon Greene, the director behind the successful but ill-conceived Halloween trilogy launched five years ago, returns to desecrate another horror landmark with this turkey about a father’s (Leslie Odum Jr.) ordeal to rid his daughter and a friend of demonic forces. Ellen Burstyn returns from the original in a token appearance that’s mostly a glorified cameo. It’s neither fun nor scary, just boring.

Exorcist: Believer


New to Disc:


Videodrome (1982) David Cronenberg’s twisted horror yarn about a Cable TV programmer and the effects of the strange signals he receives from a mysterious satellite source comes to 4K this week. No new extras but previous bonus material has been retained.

Scream Factory:

Pumpkinhead (1988) A grieving store keeper summons the creature of the film’s title to exact revenge for the death of his son in makeup maestro Stan Winston’s directing debut, getting a 4K release this week. Previous extras have been retained.


Rosemary’s Baby (1968) Roman Polanski’s classic adaptation of the Ira Levin novel about a young woman who may or may not be carrying the spawn of Satan makes its 4K debut this week with a few new extras.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023) The latest film in the Transfomers series comes to Blu Ray and 4K disc for the first time and is accompanied by new featurettes.

The label is also issuing the original Friday the 13th (1980) in 4K with new packaging.

Tribeca Film:

A Bronx Tale (1993) Robert DeNiro’s directorial debut, the 1960s set tale of a man’s attempts to keep his son from the clutches of gangster life, comes to the 4K format for the first time this week in a new 30th anniversary edition. Extras include new interviews, vintage featurette and the film’s trailer.

Variety Film:

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) The original sci fi classic has been upgraded to 3-D in a new Blu Ray edition.


Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2 (2003/2004) have been reissued in new Blu Ray editions that retain previously issued bonus materials.


M3GAN (2023) The horror hit from last winter gets a 4K upgrade from the label this week. Two cuts of the film are included.

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