Now in Theaters:

Madame Web – The latest attempt at a spin off from the Spider Man franchise stars Dakota Johnson as the title character, a NYC paramedic who uses her recently discovered clairvoyant abilities to protect three young women from a researcher who has similar powers.

Theaters & Disc

Photo: Dakota Johnson stars in Madame Web

New to Disc:

Shout/Scream Factory:

Darkman (1990) Sam Raimi’s (Evil Dead) stylized attempt to create his own superhero franchise, featuring Liam Neeson as a disfigured scientist with the ability to create synthetic skin, comes to the 4K format with a terrific new transfer and many of the same extras found on the previous Blu Ray.


King: A Filmed Record…Montgomery to Memphis (1970) The Oscar nominated documentary chronicling the life journey of Martin Luther King between the years 1955-1968 comes to Blu Ray for the first time in this new set. An important film that deserves to be seen.

Drifter (1974) A long lost film from cult filmmaker Pat Rocco, a tale of a hustler in Southern California searching for his place in the world and falling in and out of love along the way, comes to Blu Ray in a new edition that also includes commentary and four short films from the director.

Leviathan (1989) A deep sea mining rig does battle with a genetically mutated creature from the ocean’s depths in this cult sci-fi film making its 4K debut. Extras include new commentary and interviews.

The Last Castle (2001) Robert Redford and James Gandolfini star in this tale of an inmate attempting expose a series of murders in the prison in which he is housed. The first time ever 4K release contains deleted scenes and a commentary.


Beverly Hills Cop: 3 Movie Collection (1984-1994) All three films in the popular franchise have been bundled together for a 4K set, the third film making its 4K debut. Archival bonus features have been retained.


The Heroic Trio/Executioners (1993) Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh leads a group of crusaders intent on kicking butt in these two Asian actioners from director Johnnie To. Now available in both Blu Ray and 4K. Extras include new interviews.

Nothing But a Man (1964) The landmark cinematic depiction of systemic racism, starring Ivan Dixon as a railroad worker attempting to settle down with his new wife while facing all sorts of challenges, comes to Blu Ray in a new edition that includes a new intro to the film, archival materials and filmmaker conversation.


Hardware Wars (1978) The cult parody of Star Wars finally gets a Blu Ray upgrade along with several other short film parodies included in the set. Extras include commentary and alternate versions.

Warner Archive:

Hanna Barbera’s Superstars (1987-88) is a collection of 10 made-for-TV films in the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series that were produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and originally released in syndication from 1987 to 1988. Among the titles are The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones, Scooby Doo, The Ghoul School and Scooby Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf. Many of the titles include bonus features as well.

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