DVD: $17.96



Universal Studios | 2023 | 100 min | Rated R
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

Knock at the Cabin is a thriller about a tight-knit family who are taken hostage by four armed strangers while vacationing at a remote cabin. The visitors, led by Dave Bautista, demand that the young girl and her parents make an unthinkable choice: to save their family or save humanity.

  • Deleted Scenes
    • They Need Some Time
    • Going to Church
    • Enjoying the Sun
    • Leonard Explains
  • Chowblaster Infomercial – Enjoy an extended cut of the TV informercial from the film that features an appearance by M. Night Shyamalan himself.
  • Choosing Wisely: Behind the Scenes of KNOCK AT THE CABIN – Examine what drew M. Night Shyamalan to adapt this terrifying story, and how the relationships between characters were unlike any this ensemble cast had ever played before.
  • Tools of the Apocalypse – Explore the creation of some of the film’s most terrifying props and learn why they play such an important role in the story.
  • Drawing a Picture – See how M. Night Shyamalan envisions his shots in advance of ever turning on the camera, through his extensive use of storyboards.
  • Kristen Cui Shines a Light – Take a closer look at actress Kristen Cui’s dynamic performance as Wen in her film debut.
  • Optional English SDH, French Canadian and Latin American Spanish subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $31.96
DVD: $23.96

Branded to Kill (#38)

Criterion | 1967 | 91 min | Not Rated
Directed by Seijun Suzuki

When Japanese New Wave bad boy Seijun Suzuki delivered this brutal, hilarious, and visually inspired masterpiece to the executives at his studio, he was promptly fired. Branded to Kill (Koroshi no rakuin) tells the ecstatically bent story of a yakuza assassin with a fetish for sniffing steamed rice (the chipmunk-cheeked superstar Joe Shishido) who botches a job and ends up a target himself. This is Suzuki at his most extreme—the flabbergasting pinnacle of his sixties pop-art aesthetic.

4K UHD + Blu-ray Special Edition Features
  • New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
  • One 4K UHD disc of the film and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
  • Interviews with director Seijun Suzuki and assistant director Masami Kuzuu
  • Interview with Suzuki from 1997
  • Interview with actor Joe Shishido
  • Trailer
  • PLUS: An essay by critic and historian Tony Rayns

    Cover by Eric Skillman

BLU-RAY: $24.96
DVD: $19.96

Yellowstone: Season Five – Part One

Paramount Pictures | 2022-2023 | 467 min
Directed by Taylor Sheridan

Determined to protect his land and legacy at any cost, John Dutton (Kevin Costner, two-time Academy Award®, Golden Globe® and Emmy® winner) takes his fight to the halls of government in the most explosive season of Yellowstone yet. But with greater power comes further scrutiny…of his family, his land, and the morally questionable measures he’s taken to protect them both. As new threats emerge and old enemies return, John, Beth, Kayce, Rip, and Jamie learn that power has a price. Head back to the ranch and dive into the first 8 episodes of Season 5 along with never-before-seen bonus that includeexclusive interviews with cast and crew. In these featurettes, we explore the relationships between fan-favorite couples Rip & Beth and Kayce & Monica, an in-depth look at the iconic music of Yellowstone, the process of bringing the Yellowstone world to life, and more!

  • Undeniable Passion: Beth & Rip/Monica & Kayce
  • Musical Crosscurrents with Composers Brian Tyler & Breton Vivian
  • Giving Everything to This Land: YellowstoneReturns 
  • Inside Yellowstone: Season 5
  • Inside the Real Yellowstone Ranch
  • Yellowstone: Inside the Phenomenon
  • Behind the Story for every episode
  • Stories from the Bunkhouse for every episode


  • Aoashi: Season One – Part One (2022)
  • Demon Girl Next Door: Season Two (2022)
  • NCIS Hawaii: Season One (2021-2022)
  • Restaurant to Another World 2: Season Two (2021)
  • UFOs: Seasons One & Two

BLU-RAY: $12.99
DVD: $13.99

Children of the Corn

RLJ Entertainment | 2020 | 93 min | Rated R
Directed by Kurt Wimmer

Possessed by a spirit in a dying cornfield, twelve-year-old Eden recruits the other children in her small town to rise up and take control. Tired of having to pay the price for their parents’ mistakes, Eden leads the kids on a bloody rampage, killing the adults and anyone who opposes her. With all the adults jailed or dead, it comes down to one high schooler who won’t go along with the plan and becomes the town’s only hope of survival. CHILDREN OF THE CORN is a chilling new re-telling for a whole new generation.

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $14.96
DVD: $12.96


Well Go USA | 2022 | 101 min | Not Rated
Directed by Jon Wright

Unwelcome, directed by Irish-born “Grabbers” director Jon Wright, stars Hannah John-Kamen (Black Mirror, Ant-Man and The Wasp, Ready Player One) and Douglas Booth (Loving Vincent, Jupiter Ascending, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies). A couple escapes their urban nightmare to the tranquility of rural Ireland only to hear stories of mysterious beings who live in the gnarled, ancient wood at the foot of their new garden. As warned by their new neighbors, in Irish lore the Redcaps will come when called to help souls in dire need of rescue, but it’s crucial to remember that there is always a dear price to pay for their aid.

  • Behind the Scenes – Featurette
  • Making the Redcaps – Featurette
  • Original trailer
  • Optional English SDH subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $24.99
DVD: $21.95

WWE: Wrestlemania 39

Warner Bros. | 2023 | Not Rated

WrestleMania 39 is the 39th annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brands.

  • NONE


Superman 5-Film Collection

(Superman / Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut / Superman II / Superman III / Superman IV: The Quest for Peace)

Warner Bros. | 1978-2006 | 4 Movies, 5 Cuts | 601 min | Rated PG
Directed by Richard Donner, Richard Lester, & Sidney J. Furie

Superman: The Movie

Academy Award winners Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman head an all-star cast in the fantastic, action-packed film that made Christopher Reeve an international star playing the greatest superhero of all time. From the doomed planet of Krypton, two parents launch a spaceship carrying their infant son to earth. Here he grows up to become Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for the Metropolis Daily Planet. But with powers and abilities far beyond those of ordinary men, he battles for truth and justice as Superman.

Superman II (Theatrical Version)

Unwittingly released from Phantom Zone imprisonment, three superpowered Planet Krypton criminals Terence Stamp, Sarah Douglas and Jack O’Halloran) plan to enslave Earth – just when Superman (Christopher Reeve) decides to show a more romantic side to Lois Lane (Margot Kidder). Gene Hackman also returns as Lex Luthor in this sequel that features a top supporting cast, witty Richard Lester direction, and visuals that astound and delight.

Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut

Director Richard Donner began shooting Superman II while concurrently filming Superman: The Movie, though the theatrical version of the film was ultimately directed by Richard Lester. In 2006, Donner’s original unique vision was released for the first time. Jor-El (Marlon Brando in footage cut from the theatrical version) appears in key scenes that amplify Superman lore and deepen the relationship between father and son. Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) plots more schemes to unmask Clark Kent as Superman (Christopher Reeve). With so many changes, large and small, including a different beginning and resolution, this version is an eye-opening alternate experience.

Superman III

Meet Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor), a naive computer-programming natural. For him, a keyboard is a weapon – and, as a result, Superman faces the microelectronic menace of his life. Christopher Reeve reprises his signature role, deepening his character’s human side as Clark Kent sees Lana Lang (Annette O’Toole) at a Smallville High class reunion. And when the Man of Steel becomes his own worst enemy after exposure to Kryptonite, Reeve pulls off both roles with dazzling skill. Relive Superman III with all its heart, heroism and high-flying humor.

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

Christopher Reeve not only dons the title hero’s cape for the fourth time but also helped develop the movie’s provocative theme: nuclear disarmament. To make the world safe for nuclear arms merchants, Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman) creates a new being to challenge the Man of Steel: the radiation-charged Nuclear Man (Mark Pillow). The two foes clash in an explosive extravaganza that sees Superman save the Statue of Liberty, plug the volcanic eruption of Mount Etna and rebuild the demolished Great Wall of China.


Superman: The Movie

  • Commentary by Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spangler
  • The Making of Superman – vintage featurette
  • Superman and the Mole-Men – vintage featurette
  • Super-Rabbit – 1943 WB cartoon
  • Snafuperman – 1944 WB cartoon
  • Stupor Duck – 1956 WB cartoon
  • TV Spot
  • Teaser Trailer
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles

Superman II (Theatrical Version)

  • Commentary by Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler
  • The Making of Superman II – 1980 TV Special
  • Superman’s Soufflé – Deleted scene
  • Fleischer Studios’ Superman vintage cartoons
    • First Flight
    • The Mechanical Monster
    • Billion Dollar Limited
    • The Arctic Giant
    • The Bulleteers
    • The Magnetic Telescope
    • Electric Earthquake
    • Volcano
    • Terror on the Midway
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles

Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut

  • Commentary by Richard Donner and Tom Mankiewicz
  • Introduction by Richard Donner – featurette
  • Superman II: Restoring the Vision – featurette
  • Deleted scenes
    • Lex and Ms. Teschmacher head north
    • Lex and Ms. Teschmacher head south
    • The villains enter the fortress
    • He’s all yours, boys
    • Clarke and Jimmy
    • Lex’s gateway
  • Famous Studios vintage cartoons
    • Japoteurs
    • Showdown
    • Eleventh Hour
    • Destruction, Inc.
    • The Mummy Strikes
    • Jungle Drums
    • The Underground World
    • Secret Agent
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles

Superman III

  • Commentary by Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler
  • The Making of Superman III – 1983 TV special
  • Deleted scenes
    • Save my baby
    • To the rescue
    • Making up
    • Going to see the boss
    • Hatching the plan
    • The con
    • Rooftop ski
    • Boss wants this to go
    • Superman honored
    • Gus’ speech
    • Hanging up on Brad
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

  • Commentary by Mark Rosenthal
  • Superman 50th anniversary special – 1988 TV special
  • Deleted scenes
    • Clark’s morning
    • Jeremy’s letter
    • Superman’s visit
    • Nuclear Man’s prototype
    • Metropolis after hours
    • Lex ponders
    • Flying sequence (extended scene)
    • Battle in Smallville
    • Battle in the U.S.S.R.
    • Nuclear arms race
    • Superman’s sickness
    • Red alert
    • By my side
    • Lark and Lacy say goodbye
    • No borders
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles



BLU-RAY: $16.59
DVD: $9.94

The Experts

Kino Lorber | 1989 | 94 min | Rated PG-13
Directed by Dave Thomas

John Travolta and Arye Gross star as two hip but down-on-their-luck New Yorkers who think they’re relocating to a small town in Nebraska to open a nightclub. What they don’t know is that they’ve been abducted by a KGB operative to the Soviet Union, where they’ll unwittingly serve as “experts” on all things cool in America. The town, created expressly for KGB spies-in-training, includes seductive agent Kelly Preston, who gets into a real undercover situation with Travolta. Eventually, the two Yanks realize they’ve been duped and devise a spectacular escape. Directed by comedy great Dave Thomas, this red-hot Cold War farce also features Deborah Foreman, James Keach and Brian Doyle-Murray.

  • NEW Interview with Director Dave Thomas
  • NEW Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
  • Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $27.99

Hand Of Death

Arrow | 1976 | 95 min | Not Rated
Directed by John Woo

When Golden Harvest first released Hand of Death in 1976, no-one paid much attention to the names of writer/director Wu Yu-sheng, third-billed actor Chen Yuen-lung or fight choreographer Hung Chin-pao in the opening credits. Within a decade, however, each of those men had changed the course of Hong Kong action filmmaking forever, under the names they are best known under to this day: John Woo, Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung.

After a traitor of the Shaolin temple, Shih Shao-Feng (James Tien, The Big Boss), has eliminated thousands of his former colleagues in exchange for power from the Manchus under the Qing dynasty, a surviving master of Shaolin, Yun Fei (Tan Tao-Liang), is tasked with the mission of bringing Shih to justice. In order to defeat Shih’s overwhelmingly large army – led by the ruthless Tu Qing (Sammo Hung) – Yun Fei will need to team up with a skilled blacksmith (Jackie Chan) and a reluctant swordsman to beat the odds and avenge his fallen brothers.

With early signs of John Woo’s affinity for brotherly bonding amidst heroic bloodshed, and featuring one of Jackie Chan’s earliest speaking roles after proving his mettle as a stuntman, Hand of Death is an old school hard-hitting kung fu gem (with a dash of wuxia) that any fan of classic Hong Kong cinema needs in their collection!

  • 2K RESTORATION from original film elements by Fortune Star
  • Original lossless Mandarin and English mono, plus Cantonese stereo and 5.1 remixes in Mandarin and English
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Brand new feature commentary by martial arts cinema experts Frank Djeng & Michael Worth
  • From Hong Kong to Hollywood, an archive featurette on John Woo’s early career, including interviews with Woo, Chow Yun-fat and Peter Lau
  • Never-before-seen archive interview with star Tan Tao-Liang, filmed by his former student Michael Worth
  • Archive interview with co-star Sammo Hung
  • Alternate credits sequence, as Countdown to Kung Fu
  • Trailer gallery
  • Image gallery
  • Double-sided fold-out poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Colin Murdoch
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Colin Murdoch
  • Illustrated collectors’ booklet featuring new writing by film programmer William Blaik
  • Limited Edition slipcover featuring newly commissioned artwork by Colin Murdoch

BLU-RAY: $17.97


Kino Lorber | 1986 | 90 min | Not Rated
Directed by Luc Besson

From co-writer/producer Luc Besson (La Femme Nikita, Léon: The Professional, The Fifth Element) comes the sharp and sumptuous sci-fi/comedy/thriller Kamikaze. Michel Galabru (Subway) is Albert. He’s old, bored, batty and unemployed…but brilliant with computers. Albert embarks on a mission to get rid of the people he hates most—the televised kind—and invents a way to kill TV announcers, on air, from the comfort of his own home. Police are baffled, but Richard Bohringer (The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover) as Inspector Romain Pascot dedicates himself to the chase.

Also starring Dominique Lavanant (Roberto Benigni’s The Monster), the cult ’80s classic Kamikaze bursts with slick widescreen visuals by cinematographer Jean-François Robin (L’Amour Braque) and pulsing musical soundscapes by composer Éric Serra (GoldenEye), complementing the explosive satire on couch-potato culture.

  • NEW Audio Commentary by critic Eddy Von Mueller
  • Au coeur du cinéma: Interview with Director Didier Grousset (25:37) – In French with English Subtitles
  • Objectif Kamikaze: Documentary (34:04) – In French with English Subtitles
  • Theatrical Trailer (1:28) – In French with English Subtitles
  • In French with Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $27.99

The Sorrow And The Pity

Milestone | 1969 | 259 min | Rated PG
Directed by Marcel Ophüls

From its first release at an underground theater in Paris, this account of France’s occupation under the Nazi regime has been acclaimed as one of the most moving and influential films ever made. Director Marcel Ophuls interviewed the residents of Clermont-Ferrand who remembered the occupation, as well as government officials, writers, farmers, artists, and German veterans. Here, in their own words, is the story of how ordinary citizens and leaders alike behaved under military siege.

Originally refused by French TV, the film garnered international success and acclaim – including an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary – while shattering the myth of an undivided and universally resistant France under the Vichy government. A triumph of on-the-ground filmmaking, The Sorrow and the Pity (1969) remains gripping, appalling, and exhilarating for its unflinching view of humanity.

  • Marcel Ophuls Visual History (40 minutes, courtesy of Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, ©2017 A.M.P.A.S.)
  • Re-release trailer

BLU-RAY: $17.97

Stone Cold

Kino Lorber | 1991 | 92 min | Not Rated
Directed by Craig R. Baxley

When it comes to non-stop action, Stone Cold is red hot! NFL superstar Brian “The Boz” Bosworth (One Man’s Justice, Midnight Heat) makes his movie debut as John Stone, the only cop tough enough to take out a gang of stone-cold killers. Going undercover, he has to pose as an outlaw biker to win the trust of their diabolic leader Chains and his right-hand psychopath Ice, played by screen legends Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Hard Target) and William Forsythe (Out for Justice, The Devil’s Rejects). Stone soon discovers there’s more to these bikers than heavy metal mayhem. They’re plotting a paramilitary assault on the State Capitol, where one of their men has been sentenced to execution. In a spectacular climax, Stone is up against the gang and on his own. And the killers soon discover that if you go up against John Stone, he’ll burn you cold…Stone Cold. From director Craig R. Baxley (Action Jackson, I Come in Peace), it’s a full-tilt, in-your-face thriller packed with explosive effects and breathtaking high-wire tension!

  • NEW 2K RESTORATION from an interpositive
  • NEW THE BOZ Goes Hollywood: Interview with Star Brian Bosworth
  • NEW THE BROTHERHOOD: Interview with Actor Lance Henriksen
  • NEW BREAKING FREE: Interview with Actress Arabella Holzbog
  • NEW PLAYING STRAIGHT: Interview with Actor Sam McMurray
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Action Film Historians Mike Leeder and Arne Venema
  • Two Theatrical Trailers (Newly Mastered in 2K)
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $19.99

There’s No Tomorrow

Kino Lorber | 1939 | 82 min
Directed by George Sherman, Harry Keller, & Abner Biberman

Edwige Feuillère (From Mayerling to Sarajevo) commands the screen as a woman of bourgeois origin, now reduced to dancing in a disreputable nightclub to support her young son. When her lost love (George Rigaud, I Walk Alone), now a successful doctor, suddenly reappears, she puts on the charade that her life has been far more fortunate. But maintaining such an illusion won’t come easy. A ravishing and tragic screen romance, There’s No Tomorrow glitters with Ophüls’ trademark sophistication and opulent camerawork.

  • Audio commentary by critic Adrian Martin
  • Trailer

BLU-RAY: $42.99

The Tiger Cage: Collection

Shout Factory | 1988-1991 | 3 Movies | 285 min | Not Rated
Directed by Woo-Ping Yuen

Get ready for three action-packed films from one of the greatest action/fight choreographers in the world, Yuen Woo-Ping (Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2; Kung Fu Hustle; The Matrix; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). These three thrillers have everything from good cops and bad cops to hand-to-hand combat, lots of shoot-outs, and a high body count. The all-star cast includes Donnie Yen (Ip Man, John Wick: Chapter 4), Simon Yam (Election, PTU), Jacky Cheung (Bullet In The Head), Cynthia Khan (Yes, Madam), Robin Shou (Mortal Kombat) and Michael Wong (Transformers: Age Of Extinction, City Hunter).



  • 2K Restoration By Fortune Star
  • Two Cuts Of The Film – The Cantonese Cut And The English Cut
  • Audio (Cantonese Cut): Cantonese Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation
  • Audio (English Cut): English Dub Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Audio Commentary With David West, Critic And Author Of Chasing Dragons: An Introduction To The Martial Arts Film (English Cut)
  • NEW An Apex Predator – An Interview With Actor Vincent Lyn
  • NEW A Tiger’s Tale – An Interview With Frank Djeng Of The New York Asian Film Festival
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • English Trailer
  • Additional Shot From The Taiwanese Cut


  • 2K Restoration By Fortune Star
  • Two Cuts Of The Film – The Cantonese Cut And The Malaysian Cut
  • Audio: Cantonese Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation, English Dub Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Audio Commentary With David West, Critic And Author Of Chasing Dragons: An Introduction To The Martial Arts Film (Cantonese Cut)
  • NEW Clawing A Living – An Interview With Action Choreographer Bill Lui
  • NEW Hunting High And Low – An Interview With Academic And Author Victor Fan
  • Original Theatrical Trailer


  • 2K Restoration By Fortune Star
  • Audio: Cantonese Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation, English Dub Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Audio Commentary With David West, Critic And Author Of Chasing Dragons: An Introduction To The Martial Arts Film
  • NEW A New Wave Of Violence – An Interview With Film Critic James Mudge
  • NEW Inventing An Icon – Film Critic Ricky Baker Discuss The Emergence Of The “Heroic Bloodshed” Term
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • English Trailer
  • English Credits

BLU-RAY: $17.99

Unicorn Wars

Shout Factory | 2022 | 93 min | Not Rated
Directed by Alberto Vazquez

For ages, teddy bears have been locked in an ancestral war against their sworn enemy, the unicorns, with the promise that victory will usher in a new era. Aggressive, sadistic teddy bear Bluey and his sensitive, withdrawn brother Tubby could not be more different. As the rigors and humiliation of teddy bear bootcamp turn to the psychedelic horrors of a combat tour in the Magic Forest, their complicated history and increasingly strained relationship will determine the fate of the entire war.

  • Interview With The Director
  • Working In Blender
  • Feature-Length Animatic
  • Trailers
  • Absolute Beginners (1986) (Sandpiper Pictures)
  • All Quiet On The Western Front (2022) (Blu-Ray Release)
  • Avichi
  • Backfired: When VW Lied to America
  • The Big House Reborn
  • The Borrowerers (1973)
  • Daughter (2022)
  • Didi’s Dreams
  • El Freeman
  • A Godwink Christmas (2018)
  • Heaven Sent (2023)
  • The History Of Flight
  • Hollywood: The Great Stars
  • A House Made of Splinters (2022)
  • Hutsulka Ksenya – Front_Zoom
  • Hutsulka Ksenya
  • I Could Go On Singing (1963) (Sandpiper Pictures)
  • If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (1968)
  • Journey into Amazing Caves (2001)
  • Let There Be Light (1945)
  • A Life in Waves
  • Little Women
  • The Lost World (1925)
  • Mahakaal (1994)
  • Maria Bamford: Stand-Up Spotlight
  • Moonlighting Wives (1966)
  • Night At The Family Dog / Go Ride The Music / Westpole
  • Nova: Ancient Builders Of The Amazon
  • Space Wars: Quest for the Deepstar
  • Ten Killer (2022)
  • Toxic Zombies (1980)
  • Up In Smoke
  • Whose Child Am I? / Weekend Murders (1976)

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