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John Connor [DVD News 01.11.22] scifi action thriller adventure

Denis Villeneuve's feature adaptation of Frank Herbert's science fiction novel hits blu-ray and 4 K today.

The film follows the son of a noble family who is entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.

No commentery on this one but over an hour of bonus features.


The Halloween night when Michael Myers returned isn't over yet. Michael manages to free himself from Laurie Strode's (Jamie Lee Curtis) trap to resume his ritual bloodbath. As Laurie fights for her life from injuries from her last encounter with Michael, she inspires her daughter Karen (Judy Greer), granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak), and all of Haddonfield to rise up against their unstoppable monster. The vigilante mob then sets out to hunt Michael down, once and for all. Evil dies tonight.

Bonus Content:
Includes 4K UHD, Blu-ray and a digital copy of Halloween Kills (Subject to expiration. Go to for details.)
Features Dolby Vision and HDR10 for Brighter, Deeper, More Lifelike Color
Includes 2 Versions of the Movie: Theatrical and Extended with Alternate Ending
Gag Reel
Deleted and Extended Scenes
Haddonfield's Open Wounds
The Kill Team
Strode Family Values
1978 Transformations
The Power of Fear
Kill Count
Feature Commentary with director/co-writer David Gordon Green and stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer

Thomas Vinterberg’s still-shocking breakthrough launched the Danish Dogme 95 movement and struck world cinema like a thunderbolt

The Danish Dogme 95 movement that struck world cinema like a thunderbolt began with The Celebration, the international breakthrough by Thomas Vinterberg, a lacerating chamber drama that uses the economic and aesthetic freedoms of digital video to achieve annihilating emotional intensity. On a wealthy man’s sixtieth birthday, a sprawling group of family and friends convenes at his country estate for a celebration that soon spirals into bedlam, as bombshell revelations threaten to tear away the veneer of bourgeois respectability and expose the traumas roiling beneath.

The dynamic handheld camera work, grainy natural lighting, cacophonous diegetic sound, and raw performance style that would become Dogme hallmarks enhance the shattering visceral impact of this caustic indictment of patriarchal failings, which swings between blackest comedy and bleakest tragedy as it turns the sick soul of a family inside out.


Q, Raheem, Bishop, and Steel spend their days hanging out and looking for a way to get the power and respect they call Juice. Q hopes to earn respect by becoming a scratch 'n' mix DJ. Bishop has a deadlier plan—take it through an armed robbery with his crew.

Ernest R. Dickerson, the acclaimed cinematographer whose collaborations with Spike Lee include DO THE RIGHT THING and MALCOM X, made his directorial debut with this powerful drama steeped in ‘90s urban lifestyle. JUICE features the acting debut of Tupac Shakur, and a hit soundtrack that includes Eric B. & Rakim, Naughty by Nature, Big Daddy Kane and Salt N’ Pepa.

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