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Best Deals on This Week's New Releases...

 

Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD…

The Features

– The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence – 1962

– Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – 1941

– Licorice Pizza – 2021

– I, Douglas Fairbanks – 2018

– Belle – 2021

– Infinite – 2021

The Prices

 

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4k/UHD Amazon BestBuy Target
Beverly Hills Cop II (4K/UHD) (Paramount) $19.99 $19.99 $25.99
The Craft (4K/UHD) (Shout! Factory) $27.99 $27.99
Escape from New York (Collector’s Edition 4K/UHD) (Shout! Factory) $27.99 $27.99
Infinite (4K/UHD) (Paramount) $19.99 $19.99 $23.99
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (4K/UHD) (Paramount) $34.99 $34.99

 

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Blu-ray Amazon BestBuy Target
Belle (2021) (Shout! Factory) $19.96 $19.99 $21.99
Blood and Treasure: Season One (CBS) $39.99 $42.99
A Day to Die (Vertical) $12.99 $12.99 $13.29
Death Valley (Shudder) $14.99 $14.99 $14.99
De Sade (Scorpion) $29.99 $19.99 $29.99
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) (Warner Archive) $17.99 $17.99
Extreme Prejudice (Lionsgate) $12.96 $12.99 $12.99
Femme Fatale (Shout! Factory) $22.99 $22.99
The Funeral (Criterion) $27.99 $27.99 $29.49
Girls Nite Out (LE) (Arrow) $27.99 $27.99 $27.99
The Incredible Hulk/Hulk (Universal) $14.99 $14.99 $19.99
Infinite (Paramount) $14.99 $14.99 $14.99
Kicking Blood: A Vampire Love Story (Decal) $12.99 $12.99
Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time (IFC) $14.99 $14.99 $27.99
The Last Kingdom: Season Five (Universal) $29.95 $29.99 $29.99
The Last Kingdom: Complete Series (Universal) $98.99 $98.99 $99.99
Licorice Pizza (Universal) $24.49 $24.99
Outside the Law (Cohen Media) $19.99 $19.99 $29.99
Slasher: Flesh and Blood (First Season) (Shudder) $17.99 $17.99 $19.89
Sundown (Decal) $12.99 $12.99 $20.99
Top Secret! (Paramount) $14.99 $14.99 $17.99
Two Men in Town (Cohen Media) $19.99 $19.99 $16.49
Violent City aka The Family (Kino) $29.99
Without Warning (Kino) $19.99 $19.99 $29.99
Wyrmwood Apocalypse (Decal) $12.99 $12.99

 


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DVD Amazon BestBuy Target
BMF: Season 1 (Lionsgate) $34.99 $27.99 $28.99
I, Douglas Fairbanks (Bridgestone) $22.49 $19.99
Of Animals and Men (Strand) $24.99 $24.99
Panama (Paramount) $12.96 $13.99 $13.99
Succession: Season 3 (HBO) $17.49 $19.99 $19.99

 

The Disclaimer

Standard disclaimer: All prices are taken from the websites of each chain, or from their printed Sunday advertisements. All prices are subject to change by each chain. Prices and inventory in-store may or may not match the website price.

I, obviously, cannot include EVERY title released in a given week in the RoundUp. The titles included are those that I am interested in…as well as those which I consider will be of interest to a majority of consumers (and sometimes I’ll miss one!). I don’t get paid for this, and I don’t have the time to list every DVD. So, please don’t complain! If there is a title not included in the RoundUp that you want to see, PLEASE just look it up yourself, and be nice enough to post and share the results with everyone!

 

The Specials

–Best Buy, this week, has an EXCLUSIVE 4k/UHD release of a fine 2016 film—Hell or High Water.  This release includes EXCLUSIVE STEELBOOK packaging.  Price is $19.99.

HERE IS A LINK to “Deals on TV Shows and Movies” at BestBuy.com.

–Target this week has EXCLUSIVE STEELBOOK packaging on this week’s new release of Belle.  Price:  $24.99.

–Target’s Weekly Ad is available at THIS LINK.

 

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Surprised that Blood & Treasure S1 is coming out on blu-ray. I watched this when it was on TV (4 years ago?) and it was decent, if a bit drawn out. A bit of a mix of Indiana Jones and National Treasure. Supposedly they at least started filming a Season 2 in the early fall of 2019, but it has yet to be scheduled. Not sure if it was completed or if it got caught up in the COVID scrum.

Will pick up Jekyll & Hyde at some point, and maybe Slasher. Infinite sounds like it could be interesting.
 

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Why do you call Kino Lorber just "Kino"? Kino is a generic word that only means "cinema" in German and several other languages. Dropping the second part of the name - Lorber - would be analogous to calling Warner Archive Collection just "Archive", Cohen Media just "Media", Shout! Factory just "Factory" etc. etc.
 

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I have not seen the film, but I am surprised there is not a 4K version of Licorice Pizza. Does it have something to do with how it was shot? Just curious.
 

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I'll be picking up Escape From New York and Licorice Pizza this week.

Thanks for the prices, Mike! :)



I have not seen the film, but I am surprised there is not a 4K version of Licorice Pizza. Does it have something to do with how it was shot? Just curious.
It was shot on 35mm film so it's entirely due to Universal not wanting to release it on UHD.
 

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Thank you, Mike!

I will probably end up with Licorice Pizza at some point. But I don't feel the need to have it right away and $24.xx is a lot for it. So I will probably wait for a price drop

Universal simply does not appear to believe that the demand is there for a UHD release of it.

Marvel fans might be interested to know that Simu Liu's memoir is coming out on May 17. I have that pre-ordered in audio format because he will be reading it himself.
 

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Universal simply does not appear to believe that the demand is there for a UHD release of it.
More likely, it is MGM holding off on a 4K physical media release, as most MGM titles I have reviewed recently that were distributed by either Universal (Cyrano) or Warner (Dog) were only on Blu-ray. The good news for those buying Licorice Pizza on Blu-ray is that it comes with a 4K Apple TV digital copy.

I should have my review of this later this week.
 

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Dropping the second part of the name - Lorber - would be analogous to calling Warner Archive Collection just "Archive", Cohen Media just "Media", Shout! Factory just "Factory" etc. etc.
:D Actually it would be more analogous to referring to those studios as Warner, Cohen or Shout!.

One could also make the case its similar to dropping the latter half of Paramount (Pictures), Universal (Studios), or Criterion (Collection)--not to mention others.

Just a little shorthand, Anders. :thumbs-up-smiley:
 

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:D Actually it would be more analogous to referring to those studios as Warner, Cohen or Shout!.

One could also make the case its similar to dropping the latter half of Paramount (Pictures), Universal (Studios), or Criterion (Collection)--not to mention others.

Just a little shorthand, Anders. :thumbs-up-smiley:
No. Because Lorber is their name and Kino is their attribute, just like Criterion is the name of that company and Collection is its attribute. The significance of the words is what's important, not their order.

If you wish to use shorthand, it would make much more sense to refer to them as Lorber.
 

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Actually, "Kino" is the name reference to "Kino International", one of the two companies that merged in 2009 to make up "Kino Lorber," the other being "Lorber HT Digital." They are referred to as simply "Kino" interchangeably throughout their Wikipedia profile and all around the web. I'm not sure why this is suddenly an unforgivable sin.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kino_International_(company)

There are also multiple other meanings for "kino", including:

noun
  1. a gum obtained from certain tropical trees by tapping, used locally as an astringent in medicine and in tanning.

So lest we confuse the media company with gum or tanning lotion, perhaps we do need the full name. :D
 

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Actually, "Kino" is the name reference to "Kino International", one of the two companies that merged in 2009 to make up "Kino Lorber," the other being "Lorber HT Digital." They are referred to as simply "Kino" interchangeably throughout their Wikipedia profile and all around the web. I'm not sure why this is suddenly an unforgivable sin.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kino_International_(company)

There are also multiple other meanings for "kino", including:

noun
  1. a gum obtained from certain tropical trees by tapping, used locally as an astringent in medicine and in tanning.

So lest we confuse the media company with gum or tanning lotion, perhaps we do need the full name. :D
"Unforgivable sin" are your words, not mine. I'm not here to pick a fight. I'm just curious about the (to me) illogical way of abbreviating the company name.