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Fox & MGM bow new Cinema Archives/Limited Edition MOD titles, plus The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T & more

March 30, 2016 - 12:36 pm   |   by
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We’ve got some more release news for you today...

First up, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s Cinema Archives vault and MGM’s Limited Edition Collection have just made another great batch of deep catalog titles available for MOD DVD release (starting today), including Mr. Moto Takes a Chance (1938), The Iron Curtain (1948), Blue Denim (1959), These Thousand Hills (1959), Revolt of the Slaves (1960), Danger Has Two Faces (1966), The Legend of Custer (1968), Foxfire Light (1983), Joshua Then and Now (1985), The Power of One (1992), American Friends (1993), Made in America (1993), That Night (1993), Final Combination (1994), The New Age (1994), Second Best (1994), Carpool (1996), Sunchaser (1996), Breaking Up (1997), and Goodbye Lover (1998). You can find them for sale online via, Screen Archives, TCM, and other media retailers.  [Read on here…]

Also today, this is good news: Mill Creek Entertainment is releasing Sony’s The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T on Blu-ray Disc on 6/7.

Lionsgate will release Misconduct on Blu-ray and DVD on 4/19, starring Josh Duhamel, Anthony Hopkins, and Al Pacino.

Lionsgate has also set Little House on the Prairie: Season Nine – Deluxe Remastered Edition for wide DVD release on 4/19 (SRP $21.99), which is the series’ final season. Meanwhile, both Little House on the Prairie: Season Eight – Deluxe Remastered Edition and Little House on the Prairie: Season Nine – Deluxe Remastered Edition are being released on Blu-ray as Amazon-exclusives. Season Eight is now available and Season Nine streets on 4/19 as well (SRP $29.99 each).

Lionsgate also has set Powers Rangers Dino Charge: Resurgence and Grace and Frankie: Season One for DVD only on 4/12.

Meanwhile, Anchor Bay has set What Lola Wants for Blu-ray and release on 4/19.

And Kino Lorber has revealed that it’s working on a Blu-ray edition of Chandu the Magician (1932), starring Bela Lugosi, for release later in 2016.

Finally today, in other movie-related news from around the Net, our old friend Dr. Adam Jahnke has written a good piece on the critical and fan reaction to Warner’s Batman v Superman over at One Perfect Shot. It should get a good conversation going, so do give it a look.

Stay tuned...

- Bill Hunt (@BillHuntBits)


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