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    July 18, 2017 Blu-ray Releases

    • Another Evil (MPI)
    • Blood Alley (Warner Archive)
    • Buster's Mal Heart (Go Well USA)
    • Chivalry of a Failed Knight (Premium Edition) (Sentai Filmworks)
    • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But were afraid to ask) (Twilight Time)
    • Fight for Space (Gravitas Ventures)
    • Free Fire (Lionsgate)
    • Freeway (Kino)
    • Grantchester: The Complete Third Season (PBS)
    • Karate Kill (Petri Entertainment)
    • Kong: Skull Island (Warner Bros.)
    • Kong: Skull Island 3D (Warner Bros.)
    • No Man's Land (Kino)
    • No Way to Live (Gravitas Ventures)
    • Record of Lodoss War: OVA + Chronicles of the Heroic Knight (FUNimation Entertainment)
    • Resident Evil: Vendetta (Sony)
    • Stalker (Criterion)
    • State Fair (1962) (Twilight Time)
    • Stormy Monday (Arrow Video)
    • The 100: The Complete Fourth Season (Warner Archive)
    • The Bat People (Scream Factory)
    • The Crimson Kimono (Twilight Time)
    • The Expanse: Season 2 (Universal)
    • The Last of the Finest (Kino)
    • The Promise (Universal Studios)
    • The Seduction (RaroVideo US)
    • Three Leaves, Three Colors: The Complete Series (FUNimation Entertainment)
    • Tom Sawyer / Huckleberry Finn (Twilight Time)
    • Ukraine on Fire (Cinema Libre Studios)
    • Vegas Baby (Film Rise)

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    I'll rent Resident Evil and Kong, but not sure if they would be buys. I'll have to look back at the reviews that were posted for advice.

    Anyone buying anything this week?

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    Senior Member David Vaughn's Avatar
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    Watched Kong last night and I'll have a review up sometime this weekend. MUCH better than I expected. I liked it more than Peter Jackson's overly long movie from about 10 years ago.
    David Vaughn
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    I liked it more than Peter Jackson's overly long movie from about 10 years ago.
    I have several copies on HD DVD if you need one.

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    Senior Member David Vaughn's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Rainwater View Post
    I have several copies on HD DVD if you need one.


    I found a copy of Shrek III on HD DVD in a box the other day...it's the only HD DVD I have left. The rest were sold on eBay years ago.
    David Vaughn
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    Sound and Vision Magazine

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    I am getting Kong also this week on 4K. I'll let you know what I think. I do absolutely agree with David about the previous Kong movie. Was it long and boring. Thank God for Naomi Watts.
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    Freeway was great. (Think little red riding hood from the hood, played by Reese Witherspoon.)

    and Stalker is amazing. It's that kind of special, dreary, long, drawn-out, Russian kind of amazing. But amazing nonetheless.

    Haven't seen the 2001 version of No Man's Land, about soldiers in Bosnia or something, but if it's the 1987 version with Charlie Sheen and a bunch of Porsches, I'm in.
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