|Vault Master's Pick of the Week!|
Arrow Video unveiled their mighty impressive GEORGE A. ROMERO: BETWEEN NIGHT AND DAWN boxed set (full details HERE), gave J.D.'S REVENGE a nice 2-disc special edition, and gifted steelbook collectors with a new Limited Edition release of Clive Barker's HELLRAISER!
Norman Bates fans will be happy to know that the entirety of the PSYCHO series is now in a Blu-ray set from Universal. Sadly the sequels seem to be bare bones, so if you have the coin, you may want to spring for those pricier Scream Factory discs!
Additionally, Kino Classics brings NIGHTKILL to Blu-ray, AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING finally sees the light of day, and Shout Select gives the Collector's Edition treatment to THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING WOMAN!
Also delivering the goods this week is Scream Factory, with their new Blu-ray release of ATTACK OF THE PUPPET PEOPLE, as well as their awesome new Paul Naschy boxed set! It's rather impressive, and comes with dual audio options, and a good number of extras. You can read more about it HERE.
There's not too much else to brag about, so scroll down to see what's new this week!
NEW TO DVD & BLU-RAY
Amityville: The Awakening
Doctor Who: The Complete Tenth Series
The Ice Cream Truck
Le Samourai (Criterion Collection)
The Man Who Died Twice
Preacher: Season Two
NEW TO BLU-RAY
Attack of the Puppet People
Channel 13 (Limited Edition)
Dragon Ball Z: Seasons 1 - 9
George A. Romero: Between Night and Dawn
Hellraiser (Limited Edition Steelbook)
The Incredible Shrinking Woman (Collector's Edition)
J.D.'s Revenge (2-Disc Special Edition)
The Paul Naschy Collection II
Psycho: Complete 4-Movie Collection
The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta
NEW TO DVD
Kung Fu: The Complete Series
The Lost Worlds of Gerry Anderson
Tekken: Kazuya's Revenge
NEW MULTI-FILM COLLECTIONS ON DVD
5-Movies: Evil Spirits
Contains: The Devil's Partner, Cruel Will, Kill.... Baby Kill!, 19 Doors, and Dominique is Dead.
18-Movie Haunting Collection
Night of the Living Dead + 19 Bonus Movies
Contains: Night of the Living Dead (1968) and ?
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