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Arrow’s September Blu-ray slate has Mallrats, plus new KL Studio Classics & Czech New Wave on Criterion Channel

June 26, 2020 - 4:52 pm   |   by
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We have a new Blu-ray review to close out the week here at The Bits:

Dennis has posted his thoughts on Paramount’s Urban Cowboy: 40th Anniversary Edition, now available on Blu-ray Disc. Do give it a look.

Also, in announcement news today, our friends at Arrow Video have just revealed a nice batch of Blu-ray titles for release in September.

Among them are Kevin Smith’s Mallrats (1995), Miguel Llansó’s striking and surreal film Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway (2019), a box set of Kinji Fukasaku and Takashi Miike’s Japanese yakuza classics Graveyards of Honor (1975 and 2002), and Bernard Rose’s film business satire Ivansxtc (2002). [Read on here...]

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More details are available here at DiabolikDVD.com. You can also pre-order them there, as well as here on Amazon.com (Mallrats is up for pre-order on Amazon now and we’ll add the other Arrow title links as they become available...

Mallrats (Blu-ray Disc) Graveyards of Honor (Blu-ray Disc) Ivansxtc (Blu-ray Disc)

Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway  (Blu-ray Disc) Event Horizon (Blu-ray Disc) Elephant Man (Blu-ray Disc)

Also today Kino Lorber Studio Classics has revealed that they’re working on Blu-ray and DVD releases of the Bob Hope comedies The Cat and the Canary (1939) and The Ghost Breakers (1940) on 9/15, The Cary Grant Collection (includes Ladies Should Listen (1934), Wedding Present (1936), and Big Brown Eyes (1936) on Blu-ray) on 9/8, a pair of Michael J. Fox films including Herbert Ross’s The Secret of My Success (1987) and John Badham’s The Hard Way (1991) in October, and Frank Darabont’s Buried Alive (1990) TBA for later this fall.

Finally today, a heads-up: The Criterion Channel has just kicked off a great 24-film series that looks at the Czechoslovak New Wave of the 1960s. If you’re a cinephile, it should be well worth exploring. You’ll find the details here!

That’s all for this week. Have a great weekend, friends!

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