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Only the Brave, LEGO Ninjago Movie, Vestron update w/Class of 1999, upcoming Kino Lorber & more

December 1, 2017 - 2:14 pm   |   by

All right, we’ve got another release news update for you to round out the week. So let’s get right to it…

First up, Warner Bros. has set The LEGO Ninjago Movie for release on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD on 12/19.

Lionsgate’s next pair of Vestron Video Collector’s Series Blu-ray titles, due on 1/30, are Class of 1999 and Gothic.

Only the Brave is apparently coming from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on Blu-ray, DVD and possibly 4K on 2/6/18. Pre-orders for the first two formats are now open on Amazon.com. [Read on here…]

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Universal has set Death Race: Beyond Anarchy for release on Blu-ray and DVD on 1/30. The studio will also release Breathe on both formats on 1/2, followed by Marshall on both formats on 1/9.

By the way, we mentioned yesterday that Fletch Lives, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, and For Richer or Poorer are coming to Blu-ray from Universal on 12/26. Also coming that day from the studio is The Paper.

Well Go USA will release Legend of the Naga Pearls on both formats on 1/30.

And finally today, Kino Lorber has just posted this updated list of their upcoming Studio Classics titles on their Facebook page:

1/2 – For Love of Ivy (DVD & BD), The Executioner’s Song (Both Cuts) (BD), Cadillac Man (BD), Blame it on Rio (BD), Seven Blood Stained Orchids (BD) CODE RED, Miss Zombie (DVD & BD) REDEMPTION

1/9 – Not as a Stranger (BD), Judgment at Nuremberg (BD), Inherit the Wind (BD), The Garden of Allah (DVD & BD), Intermezzo (1939) (DVD & BD), The Young in Heart (DVD & BD), Emmanuelle and the Deadly Cobra (BD) CODE RED

1/16 – The Taking of Beverly Hills (DVD & BD), The Cemetery Club (DVD & BD), Trouble Bound (BD) SCORPION

1/31 – The Pink Panther Cartoon Collection Vol. 1 (DVD & BD)

2/6 – The Aviator (BD), The Wilby Conspiracy (BD), Sinbad of the Seven Seas (BD), The Way West (BD), The Diabolical Dr. Z (DVD & BD) REDEMPTION

2/13 – Thomas Crown Affair (50th Anniversary Special Edition) (DVD & BD)

2/20 – The Master (Complete Series), Underground (Both cuts – 3 Discs) (DVD & BD), The Covered Wagon (DVD & BD)

2/27 – The Outlaw (DVD & BD), The Soldier (DVD & BD), The Oldest Profession (DVD & BD), Crossing the Bridge/Indian Summer (DVD & BD), Nowhere in Africa (DVD & BD) ZEITGEIST

3/6 – Stingaree (DVD & BD)

3/13 – The Maze (DVD & 3-D/2-D BD), The Lion in Winter (BD), Running Wild (DVD & BD), It’s the Old Army Game (DVD & BD), The Orchard End Murder (BD) REDEMPTION

3/20 – No Orchids for Miss Blandish (DVD & BD), The Dogfather (17 Cartoons) (DVD & BD), Misterjaw (34 Cartoons) (DVD & BD), Hallelujah the Hills (DVD & BD)

3/27 – The Outer Limits (Season 1) (DVD & BD)

Coming Soon (No Set Dates) – The Big Country, The Farmer’s Daughter, A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Grissom Gang, Highway Dragnet, Irma La Douce, Jack the Giant Killer, Kundun, Lady Takes a Chance, The Legend of Hillbilly John, Manhandled, The Martian Chronicles, Miracles, Old Ironsides, The Outer Limits (Season 2), The Pink Panther Cartoons Volumes 2-6, The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, Ruby Gentry, Sangaree (3-D), Special Delivery, The Spiral Staircase, Stagestruck, Trilogy of Terror, Woman in the Window, A Woman’s Devotion

And finally today, Indicator and Powerhouse Films have announced their Blu-ray release slate for February 2018, which is set to include Stanley Kramer’s Ship of Fools (1965) and the Hammer: Volume Two – Criminal Intent box set which will feature Guy Green’s The Snorkel (1958), Val Guest’s The Full Treatment (1960), Cyril Frankel’s Never Take Sweets from a Stranger (1960), and Quentin Lawrence’s Cash on Demand (1961). Both releases will street on 2/19.

All right, that’s it for this week. See you back here on Monday with more reviews, release news, and a new History, Legacy & Showmanship column from Michael Coate. See you then!

- Bill Hunt

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