Mack & Rita comes to Blu-ray and DVD from Lionsgate. The fantasy-comedy stars Diane Keaton, Taylour Paige and Elizabeth Lail
I can respect Rob Zombie and his zest for the original 1960s series and while some elements weren’t terrible, namely the costumes, makeup and production design, the script (also by Zombie) and humor fell flat making for an arduous time to sit through.
The Bat arrives on Blu-ray through The Film Detective and stars Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead and includes an audio commentary, featurette and nine radio broadcasts.
Fall is a well done survival thriller that features two fine performances and a simple but effective story and makes for an entertaining watch on a quiet weekend.
Mark of the Vampire debuts on Blu-ray courtesy of the Warner Archive Collection receiving a new video restoration and stars Lionel Barrymore, Elizabeth Allan and Bela Lugosi and is out October 11.
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on October 18 from Paramount and features the voice talents of Michael Cera, Ricky Gervais, Michelle Yeoh and Samuel L. Jackson.
Star Trek: Picard – Season Two comes to Blu-ray by Paramount and stars Patrick Stewart, Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd and Brent Spiner. Features include several featurettes, deleted/extended scenes and a gag reel.
This “Deluxe Edition” of Batman: The Long Halloween might not have a whole lot in terms of bonus features but putting together the two parts does make for a lengthy but entertaining film that might not be as good as The Dark Knight Returns but it’s still a solid on its own.
The Twilight Zone revamp, produced and narrated by Jordan Peele arrives on DVD with both seasons in one set and includes featurettes, deleted scenes and episode commentaries.
Terror Squad debuts on Blu-ray through Kino Lorber and includes an interview with actor Kavi Raz and the theatrical trailer.
Bullet Proof might’ve been fun if Vinnie Jones, whose name and face are prominent on the front cover, was actually in the lead but instead he’s the villain and likely filmed is scenes in a few days.
Hot Seat is just another throwaway direct-to-video flick that features Mel Gibson in a supporting role with Kevin Dillon joining the ranks of actors to star in these shelf-filler films.
A Fugitive From the Past debuts on Blu-ray tArrow Video program featuring a new 1080p transfer and several scene-specific commentary tracks. This is available on September 27th.
Paradise Road is a movie that has a powerful message and honestly isn’t a bad film with fine performances but in the end never quite makes the impact it was intending and instead was on the forgettable side.
Cool World was an interesting concept and had some fun visuals but the characters were as thinly developed and the story felt sloppy, if not also uninteresting. Had potential but the end result was a mess and not a surprise why I never bothered to re-watch since its release.