Here is our selection of new Blu-Ray weekly releases, including our Top 3 picks for each week. Please note, we only post in this section when we think there are worthy releases for that week, focusing on foreignindie movies and works (sometimes TV shows). This means we usually skip big movies you can read about everywhere and weeks that don’t offer interesting releases.

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New Blu Ray Releases This Week: June 23rd 2015

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This week is pretty poor when it comes to Blu-Ray releases, which coincides with the arrival of summer. Besides two classics by Criterion – Bernhard Wicki’s The Bridge & Terry Gilliam’s Fisher King and one cult flick by Shout! Factory – Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers – the only real noticeable new release this week is, without a doubt, Abderrahmane Sissako’s acclaimed Timbuktu, […]

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New Blu Ray Releases This Week: April 28th 2015

New Blu Ray Releases This Week: April 28th 2015

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Here are our two picks for this week: Le Silence de la Mer, an adapatation of a Vercors novel which we read at school, is the debut from French director Jean-Pierre Melville (Le Samourai, Le Cercle Rouge) focusing on a family forced to host a Nazi officer. While Mr. Melville is known for crime and film noir, he also found success […]

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New Blu Ray Releases This Week: April 21st 2015

New Blu Ray Releases This Week: April 21st 2015

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Here is our – short – selection of worthwhile Blu-ray releases coming out this April 21st week: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is a black and white Iranian vampire western – yes you heard that right – which has all the cult elements to satisfy fans of Jim Jarmush and David Lynch. Get it here … Talking about cult […]

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New Blu Ray Releases This Week: April 14th 2015

New Blu Ray Releases This Week: April 14th 2015

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Blu-ray releases from major filmmakers are coming out this week: While not as extravagant as most of his other works, Tim Burton’s Big Eyes is both fascinating and charming – mostly thanks to Amy Adams and Christoher Waltz’s performances. And if you’re an art snob – like me – be assured that you don’t have to be a fan of Margaret’s big-eyed naive […]

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