Charles Bronson breaks out on to Bluray January 2019

One thing most film fans look forward to is the announcement of which titles are coming to our favourite format for watching movies, I talking about Blu-ray of course. PowerHouse Film’s Indicator label has to be one of if not the best for releasing interesting titles that have been fully restored.

Recently they announced their January line-up which includes the Charles Bronson action movie Breakout from 1975. The film also stars both Robert Duvall and Jill Ireland and is one I will personally be looking forward to watching and reviewing.

So what of the rest of upcoming January titles? Well here’s the list in full all of which release on the 21st January 2019:

Indicator’s January 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Charles Bronson breaks out on Bluray this coming January as Indicator reveal their upcoming titles

  • Breakout (1975)
  • Gardens of Stone (1987)
  • R. P. M. (1970)
  • The Last Movie (1971)

Gardens of Stone (1987) is a drama from director Francis Ford Coppola and stars the likes of James Caan, Anjelica Huston, James Earl Jones, D. B. Sweeney, Dean Stockwell and Mary Stuart Masterson.

Next is R. P. M. (1970) a drama film by Stanley Kramer and features Anthony Quinn and Ann-Margret. Lastly is the Dennis Hopper directed film The Last Movie (1971), this one’s also a drama in which he also stars.

Pre-order now over on or if you prefer directly from Powerhouse Films website.

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As I mentioned I will definitely be reviewing the Charles Bronson action film Breakout (1975) but I’m not sure if I will get around to obtaining copies of the others for review.

That just about concludes January’s upcoming Indicator titles but I think you may wish to see some of the trailers/clips just in case you are still unsure which Blu-rays to purchase…

and now for The Last Movie…