Two big studio flicks that didn't do so well at the Box Office; a Crime Thriller starring a ton of cool people; some evil snakes; a psychic killer; and the Human Fu****g Tornado!... the last week in May isn't going to break our bank, but its releases will certainly stretch our wallets a bit.
A bit, I say.
So let's check out this week's New Releases below, and be sure to click the pics to order yourself some flicks!
We weren't big fans of PP+Z at all, but we know plenty of people that really dug the way that it injected zombies into such a classic romance, so hey, this is probably going to be a big Blu-ray. If you're gong to grab a copy, this 4K version is probably the way to go.
- Deleted Scenes.
- Mr. Collins Line-o-rama.
- Gag Reel.
- Four Featurettes.
This movie bombed at the Box Office, and we mean in a big way, but for fans of movies like John Carter, or the Clash of the Titans flicks, Gods of Egypt will probably be a fun, visually-impressive watch. We love director Alex Proyas, so it can't be all bad. Again, grab the 4K version.
- Deleted Storyboards.
- A Divine Vision: Creating a Cinematic Action Fantasy.
- Of Gods and Mortals: The Cast.
- Transformation: Costume, Make-up & Hair.
- On Location: Shooting in Australia.
- The Battle for Eternity: Stunts.
- A Window into Another World: Visual Effects.
Triple 9 was a solid Crime Thriller that boasts an excellent ensemble cast... which is why it's a bit disappointing that it wasn't a better movie overall. Still, we'll happily re-visit this one down the road, so this Blu-ray is of some interest to us.
- Deleted Scenes.
- Under the Gun – The acclaimed cast of Triple 9 offers an in-depth look at its characters and the pulse-pounding twists and turns at the heart of the film.
- Authentic World – Director John Hillcoat and the cast of Triple 9 discuss how their grounded approach to filmmaking helped highlight the film's gritty, authentic look and feel.
- Non-4K versions of Gods of Egypt and Pride+Prejudice+Zombies are available too.
- Blood Bath looks to be another solid release of an older, more obscure Genre flick by Arrow Video U.S.
- If you're a fan of Dolemite, then The Human Tornado will probably make you happy in the same way. Rudy Ray Moore is the man.
- Venom looks like a cool release of another cheesy 80's B-movie. Blue Underground releases usually don't disappoint.
- And I know nothing about Psychic Killer, but it's out on Blu-ray!