New to Theaters:

The Creator (** 1/2) Filmmaker Gareth Edwards (Godzilla) returns with his latest starring John David Washington as an ex special forces agent who finds himself emotionally conflicted when he discovers that the AI creator which he’s tasked with destroying is actually a child. The film is a terrific-looking affair even if it isn’t deep as it would like the viewer to believe.

Also new to theaters is the latest in the seemingly never-ending Saw franchise, Saw X.


New to Disc:


Prey (2022) The latest in the Predator film franchise comes to both Blu-Ray and 4k disc this week in a new release that boasts a very impressive transfer and a few extras.


Scream 3 (2000) The third entry in the horror series has been given a 4K facelift in both a standard and a steelbook edition. No new extras but legacy extras have been retained. The label has also issued the first three films together in a new 4K set as well, Scream: The Original Trilogy (1996-2000).


Don’t Look Now (1973) Director Nicholas Roeg’s horror masterwork concerning a grieving couple (Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie) whose recently deceased daughter may or may not be attempting to make contact from beyond the grave, arrives in a new 4K edition. No new extras but the terrific extras in the previously issued Blu-Ray have been carried over.

Scream Factory:

The label is issuing the horror trio, Night of the Demons (1988), Night of the Demons 2 (1994) and Night of the Demons 3 (1997) in new Blu-ray editions that include some new bonus material.


Talk to Me (2022) The recent Australian horror film about a group of teens who learn how to make contact with the underworld, resulting in tragic consequences, comes to disc this week with a few featurettes.

The Mist (2007) Frank Darabont’s adaptation of the Stephen King novella gets a new 4K steelbook edition that’s a Best Buy exclusive. Previous extras have been carried over.


The label has issued a good number of its catalog titles in 4K this week. They include; It Came from Outer Space (1953) (3-D and 2-D) and The Black Phone (2022), along with repackaged editions of The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), The Mummy (1933) and The Sting (1973).

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