There have been quite a few movies released on Blu-ray over the last couple of weeks in America, here’s our new release round-up for October and November 2017 just in case you missed any.
New Release Round-up – October 2017
October got off to a great start with Arrow Video releasing a special edition Blu-ray of Stephen King’s Children Of The Corn (1984). Sticking with Arrow and they also released the Italian giallo film, Don’t Torture A Duckling (1972) directed by Lucio Fulci.
Speaking of Stephen King films, Sony Pictures put out The Dark Tower (2017) starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey.
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October is of course horror month and there were a few films of note that came out, including Annabelle: Creation (2017), Cult of Chucky (2017) & Chucky: Complete 7-Movie Collection.
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Warner Bros continued to release a few older classic titles such as the Edward G. Robinson films The Sea Wolf (1941) & Hell on Frisco Bay (1955). Meanwhile Kino Classics put out films such as Kill Baby Kill (1966) & Portrait of Jennie (1948).
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Here are a few other titles that have made their way on to Blu-ray recently.
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New Release Round-up – November 2017
Moving on to this week’s new releases sees The Philadelphia Story (1940) starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart. Now there’s a pretty good cast. This week also sees the Jeff Goldblum & Michelle Pfeiffer movie Into The Night (1985).
Other noteworthy releases include Cars 3 (2017), The Limehouse Golem (2017) & another release of the Godfather. Finally there is a collection of 30 DC Universe films known as the 10th Anniversary collection however that will set you back around $300.
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If TV is more your thing then you may be interested in The Walking Dead Season 7 and Westworld: The Complete First Season that are available now to purchase.
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That about covers the main releases you can find more new releases in the Amazon links on this page. We hope you found our new release round-up helpful, don’t forget to check our New Releases page for all the upcoming Blu-ray and cinema releases, updated weekly.
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