Robert the Bruce, although not a sequel, picks up where the events of Braveheart left off and stars Angus Mcfaden (who also co-scripted) and Jared Harris. The Blu-ray release comes with a commentary and a featurette.
Pride and Prejudice, starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier, comes to Blu-ray through the Warner Archive Collection coming with an excellent video and solid audio transfers, alongside a few bonus features.
Pennyworth is the latest series based on characters from DC Comics, this time getting the suspense-filled drama about the background for the future Wayne butler, Alfred. The season arrived on Blu-ray June 23rd.
L’Innocente(The Innocent) makes its North American debut on Blu-ray through Film Movement and stars Giancarlo Giannini (most Americans will recognize from Casino Royale), Laura Antonelli and Jennifer O’Neill.
The Wind, starring Meg Foster, Wings Hauser and David McCallum arrived on Blu-ray through Arrow Video back in April and includes a new interview with the director and the complete score composed in part by Hans Zimmer.
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.