Creepshow: Season 1 is a fun anthology series and as someone who prefers the more episodic shows, this one I found pretty entertaining even if some segments weren’t always top-notch, though the season does boast a respectable cast.
The Photograph, a drama from the director of The Weekend, features two charming leads in LaKeith Stanfield and Issa Rae, albeit the story itself is on the slow side. The Blu-ray/DVD is available on May 12th.
Pet Sematary Two starring Edward Furlong and Anthony Edwards marks its Blu-ray debut, released on February 25th, from Shout Factory’s Collector’s Edition and includes some new bonus material and a new transfer.
The Ten Commandments Blu-ray from Paramount now comes in Digibook form and has both the 1923 and 1956 feature films, and though they are the same discs, at a discounted price, and if not already owned, worth picking up.
Frankie is an ensemble drama featuring some fine actors, headlined by Isabelle Huppert and co-starring Brendan Gleeson, Marisa Tomei and Greg Kinnear. The DVD and Blu-ray is now available for purchase or rental.
Snatchers, an out-there sci-fi comedy, comes to Blu-ray from Warner Brothers, set for release on February 18th and stars Mary Nepi and features include an audio commentary, deleted scenes and a featurette.