DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital Releases for The Week of June 14, 2022
New films and TV shows have been released on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital HD this week, including new Criterion Collection films. Some of these releases are on single discs while others come in large collections, filled with extras, behind-the-scenes footage, and cloud capabilities. Below you find a listing of those films and TV programs.
Movies (DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra)
Re-releases (DVD, Blu-ray, 4k Ultra)
TV and Web Series
Pre-orders (DVD, Blu-ray, 4k Ultra)
Thoughts on This Week’s In-home Releases
The home releases of Benedetta, Ambulance, Raiders of the Lost, and Ragdoll are the most noteworthy releases on home video and streaming services this week.
FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed Morbius and had this to say about the film:
Morbius is about the dangers of trying to outwit the natural progression of the circumstances one is born into. Jared Leto is a reliable actor and doesn’t disappoint with a compelling performance in an ultimately decent, but flawed, movie.
Read here the full Morbius Movie Review.
FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed Benedetta and had this to say about the film:
Paul Verhoeven has added another well crafted, emotionally intense film to his resume. Benedetta could have been a lot less successful in another less experienced director’s hands but even as good as it is, the picture remains strictly for mature audiences.
Read here the full Benedetta Movie Review.
FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed Ambulance and had this to say about the film:
Ambulance is a first-rate thriller that has a couple of minor issues. You don’t go to a Bay movie for authenticity but one scene where a surgery is performed in the back of the ambulance, while exciting, seems far-fetched and the ending throws in everything but the kitchen sink to tie up all the loose ends but when the action is so wild and intense, it becomes easy to overlook the movie’s pretty minimal flaws.
Read here the full Ambulance Movie Review.
FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed Father Stu and had this to say about the film:
Father Stu could be written off as just another religious picture but it doesn’t deserve to be. There’s a lot going on in the movie and whether the film offers satisfying answers to all the questions it raises or not, it’s a picture that is still both challenging and rewarding. It deserves to find an audience.
Read here the full Father Stu Movie Review.
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