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Tuesday, June 25 -- Monday, July 1

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    photo for Dumbo Struggling circus owner Max Medici enlists former star Holt Farrier and his children to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive but sinister entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere, who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, spectacular, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland. Vitals: Director: Tim Burton. Stars: Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Eva Green, Nico Parker, Finley Hobbins, Alan Arkin. 2019, CC, MPAA rating: PG, 111 min., Family Fantasy Adventure, Box office gross: $112.848 million, Disney. Blu-ray extras: "Circus Spectaculars" cast behind-the-scenes featurette; "The Elephant In The Room" production featurette; "Built to Amaze" production and costume design; deleted scenes; Easter Eggs; "Clowning Around" bloopers and goofs; "Baby Mine" video by Arcade Fire. 2 stars


    This Week's Digital Releases

    June 24:

    Chernobyl : On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, Soviet Union suffered a massive explosion resulting in one of the worst human-made catastrophes in history. "Chernobyl" tells the story of the brave men and women who made incredible sacrifices to save Europe from unimaginable disaster, all the while battling a culture of disinformation. (Digital only)

    June 25:

    Dumbo 2019: Struggling circus owner Max Medici enlists a former star and his two children to care for Dumbo, a baby elephant born with oversized ears. When the family discovers that the animal can fly, it soon becomes the main attraction -- bringing in huge audiences and revitalizing the run-down circus. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

    Heroes Shed No Tears: John Woo's explosive precursor to his breakout film "A Better Tomorrow." The Thai government hires a group of Chinese mercenaries to capture a powerful drug lord from the Golden Triangle. The mercenaries manage to capture the drug lord, but soon find themselves pursued by his forces, and the forces of a bitter Thai officer. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

    Little: Comedy about a business woman who is transformed into her younger self a point in her life when the pressures of adulthood become too much to bear. Stars Marsai Martin, Regina Hall and Issa Rae. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 9)

    Pet Sematary: After the Creed family relocates from Boston to rural Maine, they soon discover an ancient burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. When tragedy strikes, the grief-stricken father is driven by the cemetery’s sinister power, setting off a perilous chain of events that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences. Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 9)

    Sunset: Young Írisz Leiter, in 1913, arrives in Budapest looking for work as a milliner at Leiter, the legendary hat store once owned by her late parents who died in a fire. When a man comes to her looking for the murderer Kálmán Leiter, who he says is her brother, Írisz tries to track him down. Her quest to find the only link to her past takes her through the dark streets of Budapest. (VOD, Digital only)

    Transit: Fleeing from German-occupied Paris to the port city of Marseille and assuming the identity of a recently deceased writer, a refugee meets a young woman desperate to find her missing husband -- the man whose identity he has stolen in the haunting thriller-drama from acclaimed filmmaker Christian Petzold. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

    Unstoppable: In this hard-hitting action-thriller from South Korea, Don Lee stars as a legendary gangster enjoying a quiet retirement. But when his wife is kidnapped, he must once again become the brutal criminal he left behind in order to get her back. (Digital only)

    June 28:

    Euphoria: Ines (Alicia Vikander) and Emilie (Eva Green) are two estranged sisters traveling through Europe toward a mysterious destination. Gradually, it becomes clear to Ines why she has been asked to accompany her sister. Horrified at first, Ines fights to understand Emilie’s intentions as the two women confront their unsettled past -- and, more importantly, their future. (VOD, Digital only)

    Killers Anonymous: Tensions mount at Killers Anonymous, a support group for killers, as the members of the group try to unravel the mystery behind which one of them is responsible for the assassination attempt on a U.S. senator that has the police authorities in the city on high alert. Stars Gary Oldman and Jessica Alba. (Digital only)

    Making Babies: After years of "manually" trying to conceive, John and Katie Kelly put their bodies, wallet and marriage through the ringer of modern infertility treatments. (VOD only)

    The Quiet One: Known to the world as “the quiet one” of the group, former Rolling Stones bassist and rock and roll renaissance man Bill Wyman kept a detailed diary of every single day throughout his career. He also shot hours of film footage, took thousands of photographs and collected a vast private archive of memorabilia. Watching his previously unseen footage and hearing his stories is like going back in time to stand at Bill's shoulder and experience his life first-hand. (VOD only)

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    The Aftermath (2019) Keira Knightley, Jason Clarke, Alexander Skarsgård. Set in 1946, this drama follows Rachael Morgan (Knightley), a British woman whose colonel husband (Clarke) is charged with rebuilding war-ravaged Hamburg. When she joins him there during the bitter winter months, she learns they will be sharing their home with a German widower (Skarsgård) and his troubled daughter. Before long, the unusual arrangement intensifies political divides and stirs deep personal wounds. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, VOD, Digital. Extras: Deleted scenes, VFX Progressions, audio commentary by director James Kent, gallery. (Fox).

    photo for American Horror Project Volume 2 [Limited Edition] American Horror Project Volume 2 [Limited Edition] Continuing its mission to unearth the very best in weird and wonderful horror obscura from the golden age of US independent genre moviemaking, Arrow Video presents the long-awaited second volume in its American Horror Project series co-curated by author Stephen Thrower ("Nightmare USA: The Untold Story of the Exploitation Independents"). Starting off with a little-seen 1970 offering from underrated cult auteur John Hayes, "Dream No Evil" is a haunting, moving tale of a young woman's desperate quest to be reunited with her long-lost father -- only to find herself drawn into a fantasyland of homicidal madness. 1976's "Dark August" stars Academy Award-winner Kim Hunter in a story of a man pursued by a terrifying and deadly curse in the wake of a hit-and-run accident. Lastly, 1977's Harry Novak-produced "The Child" is a gloriously delirious slice of horror mayhem in which a young girl raises an army of the dead against the people she holds responsible for her mother's death. All three films have been newly remastered from the best surviving film elements. Formats: Blu-ray. Extras: Reversible sleeves for each film featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil; "American Horror Project Journal Vol. II" limited edition 60-page booklet featuring new writing on the films by Stephen R. Bissette, Travis Crawford and Amanda Reye; filmed appreciations for each film by Stephen Thrower; commentaries; press books; interviews; trailers. (Arrow Video/MVD Entertainment).

    photo for Cinderella 70th Anniversary Walt Disney Signature Edition</font></b> Cinderella 70th Anniversary Walt Disney Signature Edition (1949) In honor of its upcoming 70th anniversary, the timeless animated classic waltzes into the highly celebrated Walt Disney Signature Collection. Recently added to the prestigious National Film Registry, the animated classic centers on kind and hardworking Cinderella, who is ordered around by her cruel stepmother, her awful stepsisters - even the big clock in the church tower tells her when to start another day of drudgery. But they can't stop her from dreaming, and Cinderella has faith that someday her wishes will come true. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, VOD, Digital. Extras: New: "Cinderella" trivia and fun facts, hosted by Ruth Righi and Ava Kolker from Disney Channel's "Sydney to the Max," and "In Walt's Words: Enhanced Edition," a special edition of "Cinderella" featuring fascinating production details, original storyboards, archival photos, thumbnail sketches and transcripts throughout the feature film. Classic Bonus: "Diane Disney Miller Cinderella Film Intro"; "The Real Fairy Godmother" real-life inspiration, Mary Alice O'Connor, wife of Disney layout artist Ken O'Connor" "Behind the Magic: A New Disney Princess Fairyland" at Walt Disney World featuring each of the Disney Princesses; "The Magic of the Glass Slipper": "The Art Of Cinderella": Concept Art, Character Model Sheets, Live-Action Reference, Pencil Animation, Behind-the-Scenes Stills, Feature Stills; Music and More: "Cinderella" title song, "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale," "The Work Song" and "So This Is Love." (Disney).

    photo for Double Face Double Face (1969 -- Italy) In the post-war years, the proliferation of transnational European co-productions gave rise to a cross-pollination of genres, with the same films sold in different markets as belonging to different movements. Among these, Riccardo Freda's ("I vampiri," "The Horrible Dr. Hichock")"Double Face" was marketed in West Germany as an Edgar Wallace "krimi," while in Italy it was sold as a giallo in the tradition of Mario Bava's "Blood and Black Lace," combining elements from both genres for a unique and unforgettable viewing experience. When wealthy businessman John Alexander ( Klaus Kinski, giving an atypically restrained performance)'s unfaithful wife Helen (Margaret Lee) dies in a car crash, it initially looks like a freak accident. However, the plot thickens when evidence arises suggesting that the car was tampered with prior to the crash. And John's entire perception of reality is thrown into doubt when he discovers a recently-shot pornographic movie which appears to feature Helen -- suggesting that she is in fact alive and playing an elaborate mind game on him. Psychological, psychedelic, and at times just plain psychotic, "Double Face" stands as one of the most engaging and enjoyable films in Freda's lengthy and diverse career -- a densely-plotted, visually-stunning giallo. Formats: Blu-ray. (Arrow Video/MVD Entertainment).

    photo for Dumbo Dumbo (2019) Dir.: Tim Burton; Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Eva Green, Nico Parker, Finley Hobbins, Alan Arkin. A young elephant, whose oversized ears enable him to fly, helps save a struggling circus, but when the circus plans a new venture, Dumbo and his friends discover dark secrets beneath its shiny veneer. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray Combo, VOD, Digital. Extras: Blu-ray extras: "Circus Spectaculars" cast behind-the-scenes featurette; "The Elephant In The Room" production featurette; "Built to Amaze" production and costume design; deleted scenes; Easter Eggs; "Clowning Around" bloopers and goofs; "Baby Mine" video by Arcade Fire. (Disney).

    Fatso BLU-RAY DEBUT (1980) The only film written and directed by the legendary Anne Bancroft. This boisterous, heartwarming comedy about a man caught between his health, his self-photo for Fatsoesteem and his appetite, highlights Dom DeLuise's genius for blending pathos and comedy. All his life, Dominic DiNapoli (DeLuise) has found comfort in food. But when his sister Antoinette (Bancroft) implores him to stop eating himself into an early grave, Dominic begins bouncing from crash diets to the support group "Chubby Checkers" to all manner of binges in between. In the end, Dominic discovers that what he needs most is a steady diet of love -- from his family, from a new and lovely neighborhood acquaintance -- and most importantly, from himself. Extras: "Looking back on Fatso" featurette with Mel Brooks and producer Stuart Cornfeld; interview with Maya Montañez Smukler, author of "Liberating Hollywood - Women Directors and the Feminist Reform of 1970s American Cinema." (Shout! Factory Select).

    Furie (2019 -- Vietnam) Veronica Ngo, Phan Than Nhien, Mai Cat Vi. When a little girl is kidnapped by a trafficking ring, they soon find they messed with the wrong child. Her mother, a notorious former gang leader, is close on their trail and will go to any lengths to bring her daughter home. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, Digital. (Well Go USA).

    photo for Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) With this trailblazing musical, writer-director-star John Cameron Mitchell and composer-lyricist Stephen Trask brought their signature creation from stage to screen for a movie as unclassifiable as its protagonist. Raised a boy in East Berlin, Hedwig (Mitchell) undergoes a traumatic personal transformation in order to emigrate to the U.S., where she reinvents herself as an "internationally ignored" but divinely talented rock diva, characterized by Mitchell as a "beautiful gender of one." The film tells Hedwig's life story through her music, an eclectic collection of original punk anthems and power ballads by Trask, matching them with a freewheeling cinematic mosaic of music-video fantasies, animated interludes, and moments of bracing emotional realism. A hard-charging song cycle and a tender character study, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" is a tribute to the transcendent power of rock and roll. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray Disc with new 4K digital restoration, supervised by director John Cameron Mitchell and cinematographer Frank DeMarco, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray. Extras: Audio commentary from 2001 featuring Mitchell and DeMarco; new conversation between members of the cast and crew, including Mitchell, DeMarco, composer and lyricist Stephen Trask, hairstylist and makeup artist Michael Potter, animator Emily Hubley, actor Miriam Shor, and visual consultant Miguel Villalobos; "Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig" (2003), an 85-minute documentary tracing the development of the project from its beginnings in a New York club to its theatrical premiere at the Sundance Film Festival; new conversation between Trask and rock critic David Fricke about the film's soundtrack; "From the Archives," a new program exploring "Hedwig's" production and legacy through its memorabilia; deleted scenes; trailer; an essay by Stephanie Zacharek, along with, for the Blu-ray edition, production photos by Potter and costume designer Arianne Phillips, illustrations by Hubley, and excerpts from two of the films inspirations, "Plato's Symposium" and "The Gospel of Thomas." (The Criterion Collection).

    photo for Hot Doug's: The Movie Hot Doug's: The Movie (2018) Inspired by chef Doug Sohn's love of "encased meats" and his desire to serve a better hot dog turned into a culinary and cultural phenomenon in Chicago. Hot Doug's opened in 2001 and quickly became a phenomenon, ushering in the era of gourmet-casual dining and attracting fans from around the world, including Anthony Bourdain, who included it as "one of the 13 places to eat before you die." Love for Doug and his crew, who operated like family, made the restaurant an institution, with hungry fans waiting in line for hours to try culinary delicacies that transcended the average hot dog, made with ingredients including foie gras, venison, curry pork, and escargot. Formats: DVD, VOD, Digital. (Random Media).

    Heroes Shed No Tears (1986 -- Hong Kong) Never before released on Blu-ray in North America. In this explosive precursor to his breakout film "A Better Tomorrow," director John Woo demonstrates the genesis of his trademark style of hyperkinetic action and violence. The action movie that he identifies as his "first real film" broke a string of low-budget slapstick farces, and built the foundation for his over-the-top genre films that would follow. Hong Kong action veteran Eddie Ko stars as soldier-of-fortune Chan Chung, the leader of an elite Chinese commando force enlisted by the Thai government to capture General Samton, a powerful drug lord from the Golden Triangle. After a successful raid on the general's headquarters, the mercenaries cross into Vietnam and encounter a barbaric colonel (Lam Ching Ying), who is determined to stop them at any cost. Now pursued by both Samton's henchmen and the colonel's troops, the heroes flee for the border of Thailand, outmanned and outgunned by their enemies. 2K digital restoration. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray Digital. Extras: Interview with star Eddy Ko, new essay by author, film programmer, and Asian film expert Grady Hendrix. (Film Movement Classics).

    Manhunt (2019) Single disc with three episodes. Based upon the memoirs of former London Metropolitan police detective DCI Colin Sutton, the three-part drama stars one of the most popular British actors on television in the United States, BAFTA- and SAG-award winning actor Martin Clunes. Clunes stars as DCI Sutton who determinedly and tenaciously pursued serial killer Levi Bellfield. When the battered body of a French student is found on Twickenham Green in London, hardworking and humble DCI Colin Sutton (Clunes) is appointed the lead detective on his first big case. After connecting the young woman’s murder to a previous attack, Sutton embarks on a quest to catch a serial killer. With the press in a frenzy and the public demanding answers, his team grows discouraged as they find no motive, witnesses, or forensic evidence. But Sutton’s commitment never wavers, often at the expense of his relationship with his wife. Realistically portraying the ins and outs of police investigations, "Manhunt" tells the story of one detective’s uncompromising search for justice. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray. Extras: Exclusive interviews with Clunes and producer Philippa Braithwaite. (Acorn Media).

    Marcella, Season 2 (2018) Two-disc set with all eight episodes. Emmy award-winning actress Anna Friel ("Pushing Daisies") reprises her role as DS Marcella Backland, a London detective who experiences violent blackouts. In Season 2, when a body is found inside a wall, Marcella is horrified to discover that she knew the victim: a young boy who went missing years ago while walking home with her son. As more corpses turn up, Marcella wades through a complex web to catch a serial killer, but her deteriorating mental state threatens to derail the investigation. Formats: DVD. (Acorn Media).

    Maze (2018 -- Ireland) Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Barry Ward, Martin McCann. Drama inspired by the true events of the infamous 1983 prison breakout of 38 IRA prisoners from HMP, which was to become the biggest prison escape in Europe since World War II.Formats: DVD, Blu-ray. Extras: Director's commentary by Stephen Burke, short film "81" by Stephen Burke. (Lightyear Entertainment).

    photo for The New York Ripper The New York Ripper (1982) Exclusive Limited Collector's Edition includes Blu-ray, DVD, Soundtrack CD, collectible booklet, reversible sleeve, and 3D lenticular slipcover (First Pressing Only). New 4K restoration from its original camera negative, completely uncut and uncensored. A blade-wielding psychopath is on the loose, turning The Big Apple bright red with the blood of beautiful young women. As NYPD detective Fred Williams (Jack Hedley) follows the trail of butchery from the decks of the Staten Island Ferry to the sex shows of Times Square, each brutal murder becomes a sadistic taunt. In the city that never sleeps, the hunt is on for the killer that can't be stopped. Co-written and directed by acclaimed horror maestro Lucio Fulci ("Zombie," "City Of the Living Dead") and filmed on location in the mean streets of New York City, this is one of Fulci's most savage and controversial thrillers. Formats: Blu-ray/DVD Combo. Extras: Audio Commentary with Troy Howarth, author of "Splintered Visions: Lucio Fulci and His Films," "The Art Of Killing" interview with co-writer Dardano Sacchetti, "Three Fingers of Violence" interview with star Howard Ross, "The Second Victim" interview with co-star Cinzia de Ponti, "The Broken Bottle Murder" interview with co-star Zora Kerova, "I'm an Actress!" 2009 interview with co-star Zora Kerova, "The Beauty Killer" interview with Stephen Thrower, author of "Beyond Terror: The Films of Lucio Fulci," "Paint Me Blood Red" interview with poster artist Enzo Sciotti, NYC locations then and now, theatrical trailer, poster & still gallery. (Blue Underground).

    Night Killer (1989 -- Italy) Peter Hooten, Tara Buckman, Richard Foster. Somewhere between "Zombie 4" and "Troll 2," writer-director Claudio Fragasso, here under the name Clyde Anderson, set out to direct a suspense thriller about a suicidal beauty, an unstable sleazebag and a masked killer with a razor-fingered glove. But when the producers received Fragasso's cut, they hired his former partner Bruno Mattei ("The Other Hell," "Robowar") to shoot additional scenes of graphic gore and released it in Italy as "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3". The result is part sicko giallo, part depraved slasher and 100% batsh*t insanity. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray. Extras: "The Virginia Claw Massacre" interview with director Claudio Fragasso, "Mindf**k" interview with screenwriter Rossella Drudi. (Severin Films).

    Night of the Creeps Collector's Edition (1986) Jason Lively, Tom Atkins, Steve Marshall, Jill Whitlow. Both theatrical and director's cut versions of the film. When an alien experiment goes awry, it crashes to Earth in 1959 and infects a young college student. Twenty-seven years later, his cryogenically frozen body is thawed out by fraternity pledges ... and the campus is quickly overrun by alien creatures whose victims turn into zombies. Director Fred Dekker's thoroughly enjoyable throwback chiller deftly mixes all sorts of genres while simultaneously having fun with them (the college and all the leading characters are named after famous horror movie directors). Formats: Blu-ray. Extras: "Thrill Me!: The Making of Night of the Creeps" five-part documentary on the making of the film featuring interviews with writer/director Fred Dekker, actors Tom Atkins, Jason Lively, Steve Marshall, Jill Whitlow, producer Charles Gordon, special makeup effects creator David B. Miller, special makeup effects artists Howard Berger and Robert Kurtzman and more; "Tom Atkins: Man of Action" look at the actor's career; deleted scenes; theatrical trailer; audio commentary with writer-director Fred Dekker; audio commentary with actors Tom Atkins, Jason Lively, Steve Marshall and Jill Whitlow; new "Horror's Hallowed Grounds" look at the film's locations today; new "Real Good Plan" interview with actor Jason Lively; new "The Bradster" interview with actor Alan Kayser; new "I Vote For That One" interview with actor Ken Heron; new "Worst Coroner Ever" interview with actor Vic Polizos; new "Answering the Door" an interview with actress Suzann. (Scream Factory).

    The Poison Rose (2019) John Travolta, Morgan Freeman, Brendan Fraser, Famke Janssen, Kat Graham, Peter Stormare, Ella Bleu Travolta, Robert Patrick. Travolta plays Carson Philips, a hard-drinking L.A. private eye who takes a case in his old hometown of Galveston, Texas. While searching for a missing woman, Philips must confront a crime boss (Freeman), a shady doctor (Fraser), a sexy club singer (Graham), his former lover (Janssen) -- and his own dark, disturbing past. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray, VOD, Digital. Extras: Audio commentary with director George Gallo and writer-producer Richard Salvatore. (Lionsgate).

    Robowar (1988 -- Italy) Reb Brown, Catherine Hickland, Massimo Vanni, Jim Gaines. Brain-melting mash-up of "Predator," "Robocop" and Philippines war movie mayhem. When a team of badass commandos is hired for a jungle rescue mission, they instead find themselves hunted by a kill-crazed creature that is part man, part machine and all glorious 80s ItaloSleaze. Now scanned in 4k from the original negative. There will also be a limited Edition of 3,000 units with a Bonus CD soundtrack composed by Al Festa. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray. Extras: "Robo Predator" interview with co-director/co-writer Claudio Fragasso; "Italian Rip Off" interview with co-writer Rossella Drudi; "Violence She Wrote" career interview with screenwriter Rossella Drudi; "Robo-Lady" interview with actress Catherine Hickland; "Papa Doc's War" interview with actor John P. Dulaney; "The Robowarrior" interview with actor Jim Gaines Jr.; " War in the Philippines" interview with actor-stuntman Massimo Vanni; Catherine Hickland's behind-the-scenes home movies; trailer. (Severin Films).

    photo for War and Peace War and Peace (1966-67) At the height of the Cold War, the Soviet film industry set out to prove it could outdo Hollywood with a production that would dazzle the world: a titanic, awe-inspiring adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic tome in which the fates of three souls -- the blundering, good-hearted Pierre; the heroically tragic Prince Andrei; and the radiant, tempestuous Natasha -- collide amid the tumult of the Napoleonic Wars. Employing a cast of thousands and an array of innovative camera techniques, director Sergei Bondarchuk conjures a sweeping vision of grand balls that glitter with rococo beauty and breathtaking battles that overwhelm with their expressionistic power. As a statement of Soviet cinema's might, "War and Peace" succeeded wildly, garnering the Academy Award for best foreign-language film and setting a new standard for epic moviemaking. Formats: DVD, Blu-ray Disc with new 2K digital restoration, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray. Extras: New interviews with cinematographer Anatoly Petritsky and filmmaker Fedor Bondarchuk, son of Sergei Bondarchuk; two 1966 documentaries about the making of the film; television program from 1967 profiling actor Ludmila Savelyeva, and featuring Sergei Bondarchuk; new program with historian Denise J. Youngblood (Bondarchuk's War and Peace: Literary Classic to Soviet Cinematic Epic") detailing the cultural and historical contexts for the film; Janus rerelease trailer; an essay by critic Ella Taylor. (The Criterion Collection).

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