We start things off today with a new review from Stephen Bjork, who checks out Jack Bomay and Sal Watts’ Solomon King (1974) on Blu-ray from Deaf Crocodile via Vinegar Syndrome.
And not to be outdone, Stuart has offered his thoughts on Marco Tullio Giordana’s One Hundred Steps (2000) on Blu-ray from Raro Video.
Now then, the big release news today is that HBO and Warner Bros have officially announced the physical Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD release of The Last of Us: The Complete First Season on 7/18 (SRP $44.98, $39.99, and $49.99 respectively), with the Digital version expected to drop on 4/11!
The package will include all 9 episodes, along with three hours worth of extras. Among them are 4 Getting to Know Me featurettes, 2 The Last Debrief with Troy Baker featurettes, 2 Is This a The Last of Us Line? featurettes, 9 Inside the Episode featurettes, and a pair of featurettes that are exclusive to the disc SKUs including The Last of Us: Stranger Than Fiction and Controllers Down: Adapting The Last of Us.
You can see the final 4K UHD cover artwork above left and the Blu-ray art below the break. [Read on here...]
We have more good release news today as well: Disney has just announced that Mickey & Friends: 10 Classic Shorts – Volume 2 arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on 6/27.
This volume will include the classic shorts The Band Concert (1935), Lonesome Ghosts (1937), Boat Builders (1938), Mickey’s Trailer (1938), Mr. Duck Steps Out (1940), Tugboat Mickey (1940), Pluto’s Sweater (1949), Winter Storage (1949), Pluto and the Gopher (1950), and Pluto’s Party (1952).
Also today, Dark Force Entertainment has set Byron Quisenberry’s Scream (1981) for release on 4K Ultra HD on 6/13.
And finally, CBS has set Seal Team: Season Six for DVD only release on 5/23.
We also have new cover artwork for Paramount’s wide-release SKUs of Shooter 4K, The Italian Job 4K, and The Running Man 4K for you today, along with art for some of the other titles mentioned above. So we’ll leave you with all that, with Amazon.com pre-order links if available (they’ll be added as they go live)...
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