BLU-RAY: $14.96
DVD: $11.99

Infinity Pool

Decal Releasing | 2023 | 118 min | Rated R
Directed by Brandon Cronenberg

While staying at an isolated island resort, James (Alexander Skarsgård) and Em (Cleopatra Coleman) are enjoying a perfect vacation of pristine beaches, exceptional staff, and soaking up the sun. But guided by the seductive and mysterious Gabi (Mia Goth), they venture outside the resort grounds and find themselves in a culture filled with violence, hedonism, and untold horror. A tragic accident leaves them facing a zero tolerance policy for crime: either you’ll be executed, or, if you’re rich enough to afford it, you can watch yourself die instead.

  • NONE

4K ULTRA HD: $39.96
BLU-RAY: $31.96
DVD: $23.96

The Fisher King (#764)

Criterion | 1991 | 138 min | Rated R
Directed by Terry Gilliam

A fairy tale grounded in poignant reality, Terry Gilliam’s magnificent, Manhattan-set The Fisher King features Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams in two of their most brilliant roles. Bridges plays a former radio shock jock reconstructing his life after a scandal, and Williams a homeless man on a quest for the Holy Grail—which he believes to be hidden somewhere on the Upper East Side. Unknowingly linked by their pasts, the two men aid each other on a fanciful journey toward their own humanity. This singular American odyssey features a witty script by Richard LaGravenese, evocative cinematography by Roger Pratt, and superb supporting performances by Amanda Plummer and an Oscar-winning Mercedes Ruehl, all harnessed by Gilliam into a compassionate, funny modern-day myth.

  • New 4K digital restoration, approved by director Terry Gilliam, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack
  • One 4K UHD disc of the film presented in Dolby Vision HDR and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
  • Audio commentary featuring Gilliam
  • Interviews with Gilliam, producer Lynda Obst, screenwriter Richard LaGravenese, and actors Jeff Bridges, Amanda Plummer, and Mercedes Ruehl
  • Interviews with artists Keith Greco and Vincent Jefferds on the creation of the film’s Red Knight
  • Interview from 2006 with actor Robin Williams
  • Video essay featuring Bridges’s on-set photographs
  • Footage from 1991 of Bridges training as a radio personality with acting coach Stephen W. Bridgewater
  • Deleted scenes, with audio commentary by Gilliam
  • Costume tests
  • Trailers
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • PLUS: An essay by critic Bilge Ebiri

    Cover by LA2

BLU-RAY: $46.21

Legend of the Galactic Heroes- Die Neue These: Season 3

Crunchyroll, LLC | 2022 | 300 min | Rated TV-14

Doubt stirs among trusted officials when Reinhard—still grieving his recent loss—approves an enormous advance on Iserlohn Fortress. Meanwhile, Yang is drawn away by suspicious court orders, leaving the Free Planets Alliance to battle without their leader.

  • 12 Uncut Episodes


  • Bust to Bust (2010-2014)
  • Looney Tunes: The Complete Platinum Collection (Best of WB 100th Anniversary)
  • Maya Miyazaki’s Encyclopedia Erotica / Lecherous Lessons (2010-2011)
  • One Piece: Collection 31 (2016)
  • Sex Salon (2010)
  • Suspect: Series One
  • To Love Ru: The Complete Collection (2008-2015)
  • Walking Through History: Series One

BLU-RAY: $19.96
DVD: $14.96


Sony Pictures | 2022 | 102 min | Rated PG-13
Directed by Oliver Hermanus

In a career-defining performance, Bill Nighy (Love Actually) plays Williams, a 1950’s London civil servant who struggles to maintain order under mountains of paperwork. Overwhelmed at work and lonely at home, his life takes a heartbreaking turn when a medical diagnosis tells him time is short. Influenced by a local decadent (Tom Burke) and the vibrant Margaret (Aimee Lou Wood), Williams continues to search for meaning until a simple revelation gives him the purpose to create a legacy for the next generation. Adapted by Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains of the Day) and based on the classic Akira Kurosawa film Ikiru, Living is ” one of the best pictures of the year”.

  • A Life Semi-lived – Featurette
  • Optional English, English SDH, French, and Spanish subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $14.99
DVD: $13.99

A Lot of Nothing

RLJ Entertainment | 2022 | 104 min | Not Rated
Directed by Mo McRae

James and Vanessa seem to be the perfect couple – happily married, successful, and comfortable. One night, their lives are rocked to the core when, after watching a tragedy play out on the evening news, they realize their neighbor was involved. In a state of shock, and with opposing viewpoints on how to address the issue, they decide to seek justice against a neighbor.

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $24.99
DVD: $19.99

One Fine Morning

Sony Pictures | 2022 | 112 min | Rated R
Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve

Sandra (Léa Seydoux) is a widowed young mother raising her daughter on her own, while also caring for her sick father (Pascal Greggory). She’s dealing with the loss of the relationship she once had with her father, while she and her mother and sister fight to get him the care he requires. At the same time, Sandra reconnects with Clément (Melvil Poupaud), a friend she hasn’t seen in a while and, although he’s married, their friendship soon blossoms into a passionate affair.

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $14.99
DVD: $9.96

Scare Package II: Rad Chad’s Revenge

RLJ Entertainment | 2022 | 98 min | Not Rated
Directed by Aaron B. Koontz, Alexandra Barreto, Anthony Cousins, Jed Shepherd, & Rachele Wiggins

When horror guru Rad Chad Buckley’s funeral turns into an elaborate series of hilarious death traps, the guests must band together and use the rules of horror to survive the bloody game.

  • Director commentary on a film that comments on other films with (still) better commentary tracks
  • Making of the film, but still not making sense
  • Bloopers and scenes cut to get under 199 minutes
  • Spot the reference with the help of horror icons
  • Rad Chad’s ad hijacked!
  • Most of the best parts in 90 seconds
  • Optional English SDH and Spanish subtitles for the main feature



(40th Anniversary Edition)

Paramount Pictures | 1983 | 95 min | Rated R
Directed by Adrian Lyne

Jennifer Beals stars as Alex, a fiercely determined 18-year-old with one all-consuming dream: to study at the Pittsburgh Conservatory of Dance. Working during the day as a welder and at night as an exotic dancer. Alex bravely pursues her dream, undertaking an unforgettable journey that reveals the power of her convictions. Featuring the Oscar–winning song “Flashdance—What a Feeling.”

  • Filmmaker Focus: Director Adrian Lyne discusses Flashdance
  • The Look of Flashdance
  • Releasing the Flashdance Phenomenon
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Optional English, English SDH, and French subtitles for the main feature



House of 1000 Corpses

(20th Anniversary Edition)

Lionsgate Films | 2003 | 88 min | Not Rated
Directed by Rob Zombie

When Rob Zombie’s “House of 1000 Corpses” slashed its way into theaters 20 years ago, 1970s-style horror – and camp – returned with bone-snapping, scream-inducing vengeance. Zombie’s directorial debut, this first film of a trilogy introduces the Firefly family, backwoods sadists who plunge two young couples into a nightmare world of torture, satanic ritual, and cannibalism. With a killer cast including horror legends Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, and Karen Black, “House of 1000 Corpses” is both a homage to a golden era and a scary good time from an innovative, unrivaled shock-master.



  • Director Commentary
  • Making-of Featurette
  • Casting Footage
  • Rehearsal Footage
  • Cast and Crew Interviews
  • Theatrical Trailer


  • NEW Bonus Disc of Never-Before-Seen Special Features from Rob Zombie
  • Cast & Director Interviews
    • Rob Zombie
    • Sid Hai
    • Bill Moseley
    • Sheri Moon
    • Karen Black
    • Rainn Wilson
    • Chris Hardwick
    • Erin Daniels
    • Irwin Keyes
    • Jennifer Jostyn
    • Wayne Toth
  • Behind The Scenes
  • Includes 5 On-Set BTS Segments
  • Dr. Satan Test
  • Professor Test
  • Electronic Press Kit
  • Teaser Trailer

Premium Box Set


2-Disc Limited Edition BLU-RAY: $27.99


Cult Epics | 2001 | 1 Movie, 2 Cuts | Not Rated
Directed by Martin Koolhoven

A photographer returns to his parental home because his mother is seriously ill. The confrontation with his past leads to panic in a surreal, stylized psychological drama.



  • NEW Introduction by Martin Koolhoven
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Martin Koolhoven, Fedja van Huet, moderated by Peter Verstraten
  • NEW A Conversation with Martin Koolhoven & Carice van Houten (2022) 44 Mins
  • The Making of AmnesiA (2001) 38 mins
  • Behind-the-Scenes with Carice van Houten (2001)
  • Theatrical Trailer

DISC TWO: Bonus TV films by Martin Koolhoven

  • Suzy Q (1999) 85 mins
  • Dark Light (Duister Licht) (1997) 55 mins
  • Trailers


  • New Slipcase Art by Peter Strain
  • Double-sided Sleeve with Original Bonus Film Posters
  • Dual-layered Discs

BLU-RAY: $22.99

Bless The Child

Shout Factory | 2000 | 108 min | Rated R
Directed by Chuck Russell

Kim Basinger leads an impressive cast in Bless The Child – a riveting supernatural thriller filled with spine-tingling chills and white-knuckle suspense.

Basinger stars as Maggie O’Connor, a single woman whose life revolves around her career – until the surprise appearance of her sister Jenna (Angela Bettis) and Jenna’s newborn baby, Cody. When Jenna suddenly disappears, Maggie is left to raise Cody (Holliston Coleman) by herself. But years later, when Jenna returns with a mysterious cult leader (Rufus Sewell), Maggie discovers that the child possesses extraordinary powers … powers that the forces of evil have waited centuries to control. Also starring Jimmy Smits, Christina Ricci, and Ian Holm, Bless The Child will thrill you from the cradle to the grave.

  • Audio Commentary By Director Chuck Russell And Visual Effects Supervisor Joel Hynek
  • Bless The Child – A Look Inside With Cast And Crew Interviews
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Optional English subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $22.99


Shout Factory | 1990 | 108 min | Rated R
Directed by Franco Amurri

Dennis Hopper and Kiefer Sutherland make a screen team that spans generations in Flashback. Infamous ’60s radical Huey Walker (Hopper) has been caught by the Feds and is headed for prison under the watchful eye of a yuptight FBI agent (Sutherland). Easy enough, right? But when Huey turns the tables on his escort, the two are in for a ride that’s anything but easy. Carol Kane, Paul Dooley, and Cliff De Young also star in this laugh-packed road trip (emphasis on trip)!

  • NONE


Heart Of Dragon

Arrow | 1985 | 91 min | Not Rated
Directed by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung & Fruit Chan

If you ever get in this much trouble, you’ll wish you had a brother like Jackie Chan.

Lifelong friends since they met as boys at Peking Opera school, Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung conquered the Hong Kong film industry side-by-side in the 1970s and 1980s. One of their greatest collaborations sees the two ‘brothers’ playing actual brothers for a change: 1985’s Heart of Dragon, a film that combines heart-rending drama with pulse-pounding action!

Tat (Chan) is a hotshot cop with more stresses than he can bear: if he’s not on the verge of getting beaten up on his day job, he’s looking out for his mentally handicapped brother Dodo (Hung), who needs constant supervision in case his naïve, kind nature gets taken advantage of. Tat wants nothing more than to escape his obligations and see the world; but when Dodo accidentally winds up in the line of fire, Tat must run into danger and make the ultimate sacrifice to save his brother.

More serious and emotionally driven than many of their prior films, Hung and Chan made sure not to skimp on jaw-dropping stunts and high-velocity violence while showing a broader depth to their talents than audiences had seen before. The result is one of the jewels of 80’s Hong Kong action cinema, now restored with additional fight scenes filmed especially for the Japanese market!

  • 2K RESTORATION OF THE FILM from the original negative by Fortune Star
  • High Definition presentations of the 91-minute Hong Kong Theatrical Cut and the 99-minute Extended Japanese Cut via seamless branching
  • Original lossless Cantonese and English mono audio on both cuts, plus Mandarin on the Theatrical Cut and Cantonese with alternate score on the Extended Cut
  • Optional English subtitles for both cuts
  • Brand new commentary by Frank Djeng & FJ DeSanto on the Extended Cut
  • The Making of The First Mission and The First Mission: Pre-Release Event, two extended featurettes made to promote the Japanese release by Shochiku
  • Archive interview with star Jackie Chan
  • Archive interview with star Rocky Lai
  • Two archive interviews with director/star Sammo Hung
  • Archive interview with cinematographer Arthur Wong
  • Alternate English credits as The First Mission
  • Trailer gallery, including the ‘music video’ trailer by Su Rui
  • Image gallery
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Sam Gilbey
  • First pressing only: Illustrated collectors’ booklet featuring new writing by Dylan Cheung and David West


Original Artwork Slipcover

BLU-RAY: $17.97

Hell Is For Heroes

Kino Lorber | 1962 | 90 min | Not Rated
Directed by Don Siegel

Screen legend Steve McQueen (The Great Escape, Bullitt, The Getaway) delivers a powerful, gripping performance as a defiant loner whose skills as a soldier make him invaluable to his struggling platoon. In the heat of battle during World War II, McQueen and his fellow soldiers find themselves severely outnumbered as they hold off a Nazi advance along the Siegfried Line in France. Using only their ingenuity and bravery, they must bluff the Germans in order to buy some time…and save their lives. The great Don Siegel (Dirty Harry, Charley Varrick, Escape from Alcatraz) directs the explosive action led by an all-star cast, including Bobby Darin, Fess Parker, Harry Guardino, James Coburn, Nick Adams and Bob Newhart. If they can fool the enemy long enough for reinforcements to arrive, victory is theirs.

  • Brand New HD Master – From a 4K Scan of the 35mm Original Camera Negative
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker/Historian Steve Mitchell and Combat Films: American Realism Author Steven Jay Rubin
  • Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 4K)
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

The Mississippi Gambler

Kino Lorber | 1953 | 99 min | Not Rated
Directed by Rudolph Maté

Hollywood legend Tyrone Power (The Mark of Zorro, Prince of Foxes) plays a high-stakes game for love and money in the Technicolor adventure The Mississippi Gambler. Mark Fallon (Power), a riverboat gambler on his way to New Orleans, meets Angelique Dureau (pitch-perfect Piper Laurie, Son of Ali Baba, The Hustler), a Southern belle who spurns his charm and advances. Using his winnings to build a casino, Fallon’s card skills make him a fortune, while his pursuit of the fiery Angelique leads to knife fights, family feuds and duels over personal honor. Written by Seton I. Miller (The Adventures of Robin Hood, Here Comes Mr. Jordan) and directed by Rudolph Maté (D.O.A., When Worlds Collide), The Mississippi Gambler is a rip-roaring western romance with a sparkling cast including Julie Adams (Bend of the River).

  • Brand New 2K Master
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Toby Roan
  • Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

Moment To Moment

Kino Lorber | 1966 | 108 min | Not Rated
Directed by Mervyn LeRoy

The ravishing and radiant Jean Seberg (Breathless) and Honor Blackman (Goldfinger) star in this deliciously twisted affair of illicit lovemaking and mysterious murder, all set in the exotic French Riviera. “He’s dead!” Thus begins the story of the beautiful Mrs. Kay Stanton (Seberg), left alone in the paradise of Cannes, France, as her husband, a globetrotting psychiatrist, lectures across Europe. As much as she resists, she can only simply surrender into the arms of a forbidden lover, a handsome, young American ensign. But their night of passion has deadly consequences—or does it? Not all is as it seems as the unfolding drama becomes evermore intriguing and intense. Based on a story by Alec Coppel (Vertigo), this romantic neo-noir thriller features the lush music of Henry Mancini (Touch of Evil, The Pink Panther) accompanied by the remarkable direction of Hollywood veteran Mervyn LeRoy (Little Caesar, Mister Roberts).

  • Brand New 2K Master
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger and Nathaniel Thompson
  • Moment to Moment with Mancini: Featurette Trailer (2:49) – Newly Mastered in 2K
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $17.99
DVD: $16.49

Terror in a Texas Town

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer | 1958 | 80 min
Directed by Joseph H. Lewis

In this compelling and imaginative western, a peace-loving Swedish seaman is forced to take on an entire frontier town when he discovers a ruthless oil prospector has been forcing farmers to sell their land…or pay for it with their lives.

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $16.59

They Came To Cordura

Kino Lorber | 1959 | 123 min
Directed by Robert Rossen

Set against the backdrop of the 1916 war against Pancho Villa, They Came to Cordura stars screen icon Gary Cooper (High Noon) as Thomas Thorn, a career Army officer given the humiliating task of leading five Medal of Honor candidates to the military base of Cordura, Texas. Branded a coward during battle, Thorn hopes to learn what these men, each of whom performed heroically under fire, possess which he lacks. But as the grueling journey through the desert progresses, the “heroes” panic, attempting murder and mutiny as the quest for survival reveals their true characters. The brilliant Rita Hayworth (The Lady from Shanghai) co-stars as the seventh member of the group, an American expatriate who gradually comes to appreciate Thorn’s quiet integrity as he leads his mutinous charges through a desperate odyssey. Filled with both exciting action and finely tuned drama, their treacherous trek to the town of Cordura (which is also the Spanish word for courage) is a rugged and riveting tale of bravery far more enduring than the fleeting heroics of battle. Co-starring Van Heflin (Shane) and Tab Hunter (Damn Yankees) under the stirring direction of Robert Rossen (All the King’s Men, The Hustler).

  • Introduction by Filmmaker/Film Historian Bertrand Tavernier (28:07)
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

The Truth About Spring

Kino Lorber | 1965 | 102 min | Not Rated
Directed by Richard Thorpe

Celebrate 100 magical years of Disney with this collectible compilation of animated shorts! Join Mickey and his friends in these 10 hilarious, madcap adventures which have entertained generations of children and adults alike. Highlights include The Band Concert, where Maestro Mickey and his friends face wild challenges while performing outdoors. Then see what happens when Goofy is in the driver’s seat pulling Mickey’s Trailer. In Pluto’s Sweater, Pluto gets hot under the collar when Minnie knits him a warm turtleneck, and in Pluto and the Gopher, Pluto stops to smell the flowers, but finds himself outwitted by a mischievous rodent. And there’s no stopping Donald’s nephews from coming between their uncle and the lovely Daisy Duck when Mr. Duck Steps Out. Five more charming, funny stories complete this legacy collection that’s sure to delight.

  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian/Screenwriter Gary Gerani
  • Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $19.99

Up, Down, Fragile

Cohen Media Group | 1995 | 169 min | Not Rated
Directed by Jacques Rivette

Inspired by the backstage Hollywood musicals of the 1930s, this later period Rivette recounts the adventures of three young women (Nathalie Richard, Marianne Denicourt, Laurence Côte) in Paris, each at a turning point in her life – and with a musical number (or two)!

  • NEW Audio commentary track by Richard Peña, Director Emeritus, New York Film Festival & Professor of Film and Media Studies, Columbia University
  • Re-release Trailer
  • English subtitles for the main feature
  • Action Movie Night 4-Film Collection (2000-2008) (Conspiracy / The Contractor / Vertical Limit / The Hard Corps)
  • Adventures in Wild California (2000)
  • Alien Invasion
  • Avichi
  • Baby Oopsie 3: Burn Baby Burn! (2022)
  • Backfired: When VW Lied to America
  • Black History Activators
  • Blood and Sand (1922)
  • The Boomer Revolution
  • The Borrowers (1973)
  • Breakthrough! The Kennedy Assassination
  • Calamity of Snakes (1982)
  • Chess Story
  • County Line: No Fear
  • Daniel & Majella’s B&B Roadtrip
  • Devil’s Peak (2023)
  • Didi’s Dreams
  • Doll Shark
  • El Freeman
  • Film Hawk
  • G.I. Joe: Retalitation (2013)
  • Gorgeous (1999)
  • The Great Kat: God Save The Queen!
  • The Green Hornet (1940)
  • A Handful Of Water
  • The History Of Flight
  • The Hood Has Eyez (2007)
  • Hour of the Gun (1967)
  • Hutsulka Ksenya
  • iMordecai (2022)
  • Infected Rain: The Devil’s Dozen – Live
  • In Search of Darkness Trilogy (2019-2022)
  • I Wonder Who’s Killing Her Now
  • Journey into Amazing Caves (2001)
  • Kings Go Forth (1958)
  • The Last of the Mohicans (1920)
  • The Lazarus Syndrome
  • Leda (2021)
  • Let There Be Light (1945)
  • Little Women
  • The Lost World (1925)
  • Love, Fall and Order
  • Man on the Train (2002)
  • Meteor: First Impact
  • The Mission (2022)
  • The Naked Fog / Moonlighting Wives (1966)
  • Oink!
  • Punch
  • A Quiet Place (2018)
  • Ripper’s Revenge
  • Scooby-Doo! 10-Film Collection (Best of WB 100th Anniversary)
  • Scrap
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)
  • Sorority Babes In The Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (2022)
  • The Spongebob Squarepants Movie (2004)
  • Streets Of Darkness
  • Swim
  • The Swiss Family Robinson
  • True Grit (2010)
  • Turn Every Page: The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb (2022)
  • WB Classic 4-Film Collection (Casablanca / Gone With The Wind / The Wizard of Oz / Singin’ In The Rain)
  • Weekenders (2021)
  • Woman Of The Photographs (2020)
  • Women of the Sun: Bunny Yeager In Mexico

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