Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: Spider-Man Into The Spiderverse, The Final Wish & Accident

March 19th 2019

Bluray Tuesday returns! First up this week is the highly reviewed Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. I sadly missed this in theaters and I can't wait to check it one. I haven't heard one bad review on this one. Target will carry an exclusive digibook packaging. Best Buy's exclusive will be a steelbook and Amazon will carry an lenticular limited edition version. Next up is Lin Shaye's new horror film The Final Wish and it's pretty cheap this week too. Indie horror thriller Accident is next up releasing today. I haven't heard much about this one but sounds interesting. Rounding out the week is The Deadly Mantis from Scream Factory, The Minion from Kino Lorber and Mary Poppins Returns. What will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse: Amazon - $22.99
4K: Amazon - $27.99

Miles Morales takes up the Spider-Man mantle in order to help several other Spider-Men from other dimensions stop the Kingpin from destroying the universe with a super collider.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Blu-ray) 

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $27.99

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Blu-ray)
Temporary cover art 

Digibook: Target - $24.99

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Blu-ray)
Temporary cover art 

Lenticular Packaging: Amazon - $38.99 

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Blu-ray) 

The Final Wish: Amazon - $12.99

After the death of his father, Aaron returns home to help his grief-stricken mother and to confront his past. Going through his dad's belongings, he comes across a mysterious item that is more than it seems.

The Final Wish (Blu-ray) 

Accident: Amazon - $17.99

A group of teenagers suffer a terrible accident during a joy ride and get trapped at the bottom of a ravine.

Accident (Blu-ray) 

Spiders (3 Film Collection): Amazon - $10.99

An eager investigative reporter (Lana Parrilla) and her friends stumble upon a mysterious agency studying giant mutated spiders.

Spiders Triple Feature (Blu-ray) 

Pokemon The Movie: The Power of Us: Amazon - $18.99

A young athlete whose running days might be behind her, a compulsive liar, a shy researcher, a bitter old woman, and a little girl with a big secret—the only thing they have in common is the annual Wind Festival in Fula City. The festival celebrates the Legendary Pokémon Lugia, who brings the wind that powers this seaside city. When a series of threats endangers not just the festival, but all the people and Pokémon of Fula City, it’ll take more than just Ash and Pikachu to save the day! Can everyone put aside their differences and work together—or will it all end in destruction?

Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us (Blu-ray) 

The Minion: Amazon - $19.99

When a beautiful and ambitious archaeologist unearths a mysterious key beneath the streets of modern-day New York City, the Templar Knights of Christ send a modern-day warrior, trained in the ancient arts, to retrieve it before unspeakable evil is unleashed on the world by the Minion, a demonic servant of The Antichrist.
 The Minion (Blu-ray) 

The Quake: Amazon - $17.99

In 1904 an earthquake of magnitude 5.4 on the Richter scale shook Oslo, with an epicenter in the "Oslo Graben" which runs under the Norwegian capital. There are now signs that indicate that we can expect a major future earthquake in Oslo.

The Quake (Blu-ray)

The Deadly Mantis: Amazon - $25.99

The calving of an Arctic iceberg releases a giant praying mantis, trapped in suspended animation since prehistoric times. It first attacks military outposts to eat their occupants, then makes its way to the warmer latitudes of Washington and New York. A paleontologist works together with military units to try to kill it.

The Deadly Mantis (Blu-ray) 

Strip Nude for Your Killer: Amazon - $26.99

When a fashion model dies during an abortion, a series of murders begins, starting with her doctor.

Strip Nude for Your Killer (Blu-ray) 

The Witches (1966): Amazon - $22.99

1960s British B-movie chiller featuring voodoo, the supernatural and general dark arts. A comely young British teacher takes up a remote posting in darkest Africa where the local juju man lays a hex on her. She has a breakdown and is forced to return to the UK. There, she takes up a post at a rural school where all appears well on the surface. It turns out, however, that the place is a hotbed of witchery and darkness and that a virgin sacrifice is planned for the near future.

The Witches (Blu-ray) 

Mary Poppins (Steelbook): Best Buy - $19.99

A magical nanny takes the two young children of a wealthy London banker on a journey into playful worlds and eccentric characters, eventually showing them and their cold-hearted father the power of love over money.

Mary Poppins (Blu-ray) 

Mary Poppins Returns: Best Buy - $24.99
4K: Amazon - $29.99

In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss.
Mary Poppins Returns (Blu-ray) 

Mary Poppins Returns 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $34.99

Mary Poppins Returns 4K (Blu-ray)
Temporary cover art 

Digibook: Target - $32.99

Mary Poppins Returns 4K (Blu-ray) 

 - The Impostor

Monday, March 18, 2019

Screenings in the Bay (Monday 18th to Sunday 24th): Us, Altered States, The Shining Back & Forth

It's almost here guys - one of the most anticipated movies of the year so far, and possibly one of the most talked about. Jordan Peele's Us is opening for early screenings this Thursday, and may of those have been sold out for weeks. Then on Friday, it opens officially!

This is also the week that recently restored 80's horror film Next of Kin screens for Terror Tuesday at the Alamo Drafthouse. It's followed by Altered States for Weird Wednesday and also by a Hitchcock double feature on the same day at the Stanford Theatre. And why not end your week with a screening of The Shining Back and Forth at the ATA, presented by Another Hole In The Head!

Opening This Week

Early Screenings Thursday 21st (1 hr 56min)
Opens Friday 22nd
Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
Haunted by an unexplainable and unresolved trauma from her past and compounded by a string of eerie coincidences, Adelaide feels her paranoia elevate to high-alert as she grows increasingly certain that something bad is going to befall her family. After spending a tense beach day with their friends, the Tylers (Emmy winner Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker, Cali Sheldon, Noelle Sheldon), Adelaide and her family return to their vacation home. When darkness falls, the Wilsons discover the silhouette of four figures holding hands as they stand in the driveway. Us pits an endearing American family against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.

Friday 22nd @ 7pm (2hrs 26min)
Experimental  Film
What happens when you screen one copy of a film, superimposed with a second (silent) copy, playing in reverse? If you believe in urban legends and conspiracy theories, you may find evidence of secret messages hidden within the film. If not, you may still see instances of eerie symmetry as the scenes slip past one another.

Terror Tuesday

Tuesday 19th @ 10:15pm (1hr 29min)
Horror/ Mystery (IMDB)
In a rest home for elderly people, a daughter reads her mother's diary. Soon events that are mentioned in the mother's diary begin to happen to the daughter.

Weird Wednesday

Wednesday 20th @ 10:15pm (1hr 42min)
Horror/ Sci-Fi (IMDB)
In this 1980 sci-fi horror film, William Hurt plays Eddie Jessup, a scientist obsessed with discovering mankind's true role in the universe. To this end, he submits himself to a series of mind-expanding experiments. By enclosing himself in a sensory-deprivation chamber and taking hallucinogenic drugs, Jessup hopes to explore different levels of human consciousness, but instead is devolved into an apelike monster. Director Ken Russell helmed Altered States from a script by Paddy Chayefsky, who adapted his own novel of the same name. Unhappy with the finished product, Chayefsky had his name replaced with his pseudonym Sydney Aaron.

Midnight Madness

Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd @ 11:55pm (2hrs 9min)
Mystery/ Romance/ Thriller (IMDB)
Dismissed when first released, later heralded as one of director Alfred Hitchcock's finest films (and, according to Hitchcock, his most personal one), this adaptation of the French novel D'entre les morts weaves an intricate web of obsession and deceit. It opens as Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart) realizes he has vertigo, a condition resulting in a fear of heights, when a police officer is killed trying to rescue him from falling off a building. Scottie then retires from his position as a private investigator, only to be lured into another case by his old college friend, Gavin Elster (Tom Helmore). Elster's wife, Madeleine (Kim Novak), has been possessed by a spirit, and Elster wants Scottie to follow her. He hesitantly agrees, and thus begins the film's wordless montage as Scottie follows the beautiful yet enigmatic Madeleine through 1950's San Francisco (accompanied by Bernard Herrmann's hypnotic score). After saving her from suicide, Scottie begins to fall in love with her, and she appears to feel the same way. Here tragedy strikes, and each twist in the movie's second half changes our preconceptions about the characters and events.

Lifeboat (1944)
Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st @ 7:30pm (1hr 37min)
Drama/ War (IMDB)
Several survivors of a torpedoed merchant ship in World War II find themselves in the same lifeboat with one of the U-boat men who sunk it.


Rope (1948)
Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st @ 6pm & 9:15pm (1hr 20min)
Crime/ Drama/ Mystery (IMDB)
Two men attempt to prove they committed the perfect crime by hosting a dinner party after strangling their former classmate to death.

Rebecca (1940)
Friday 22nd @ 7:30pm (2hr 10min)
Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th @ 3:20pm & 7:30pm
Drama/ Noir/ Mystery (IMDB)
Story of a young woman who marries a fascinating widower only to find out that she must live in the shadow of his former wife, Rebecca, who died mysteriously several years earlier. The young wife must come to grips with the terrible secret of her handsome, cold husband, Max De Winter (Laurence Olivier). She must also deal with the jealous, obsessed Mrs. Danvers (Judith Anderson), the housekeeper, who will not accept her as the mistress of the house.


Suspicion (1941)
Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th @ 4:40pm & 9:50pm (1hr 39min)
Drama/ Thriller (IMDB)
"Charming scoundrel Johnnie Aysgarth (Cary Grant) woos wealthy but plain Lina McLaidlaw (Joan Fontaine), who runs away with him despite the warnings of her disapproving father (Cedric Hardwicke). After their marriage, Johnnie's risky financial ventures cause Lina to suspect he's becoming involved in unscrupulous dealings. When his dear friend and business partner, Beaky (Nigel Bruce), dies under suspicious circumstances on a business trip, she fears her husband might kill her for her inheritance."


Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Digging Up The Dirt with KillDozer and Jason Zink, Straight Edge Kegger & Weird On Top Pictures

The mock trailers of 2007's Grindhouse created a buzz so loud that some film makers felt the demands of the audience and moved forward creating full length features out of some of their over the top shorts. Since then, there has been no end to the amount of "fan made" trailers displaying the wants and needs of the audience that are rarely delivered to them with big budget releases. Thanks to YouTube you can watch these dreams in the making at any time but most will never be more than a talented vision of an incredible idea. This brings us to one such amazing genre mock trailer that managed to capture XKillDozerX's attention by combining home invasion style horror and punk/hardcore straight edge scene. This excited fans so much that it is now a full blown feature length reality being brought to screens everywhere thanks to Weird On Top Pictures. I was lucky enough to dig up some dirt on both the creation of Straight Edge Kegger and Weird On Top Pictures. 

A young punk and a houseful of drunks square off against the gang of militant straight edgers that he's abandoned.


KillDozer: Let’s start by talking about Weird On Top Pictures. What is it and how did it start?

Jason Zink: I’m not 100% sure how to answer this question so I’m gonna tell a story about the name. The film company’s original name was created when I was in high school. It was obnoxious and had an absolutely ridiculous backstory. So the name Weird on Top Pictures comes directly from a movie poster that was hanging next to my bed at the time that I was looking to change it: Wild at Heart. In that flick, Laura Dern says to Nicholas Cage “this world’s wild at heart and weird on top”. The line has always resonated with me and being that we always saw ourselves as a rebellious group of folks, we felt that it fit perfectly with the Mohawk Man logo that we were already crafting.

Short answer, a DIY film house that’s been around since roughly 2013.

KillDozer: How did you become involved in bringing Straight Edge Kegger to the screen?

Jason: I’m the one to blame for the whole damn thing. Luckily, I have a lot of supportive people on my side who helped me to bring this to life; including my girlfriend and producer Shelby Barbee who has been my partner-in-crime through the entire process. But the idea came to me out of desperation. I had spent a few years writing different projects and I couldn’t get anything off the ground so I knew that I had to write something close to home. I hope that answers your question.

KillDozer: How did the mock trailer come about? I noticed that "The Hard Times" was involved, were they a part of the film as well?

Jason: The mock-trailer was really all that this was ever meant to be. It came about because I was trying to stick with the old adage “write what you know”. If there’s anything I know, it’s horror and punk. When the idea hit me, I just knew that I wanted to explore it and I thought that shooting a grindhouse trailer would be a great way to let it play out.

“The Hard Times” just played a marginal role and had nothing to do with the actual film. A friend of mine sent them the trailer and they thought it fit well enough for them to post with some minor alterations. We appreciate them posting the trailer to their site and social media but that’s really where the relationship stopped.

KillDozer: The mock trailer caused a lot of buzz not only in the punk and hardcore scene but among genre fans as well. Was Straight Edge Kegger always going to be a full length film? Was fan response the main inspiration to bring it to the screen?

Jason: It wasn’t always going to be a feature, no. Well, I guess thinking about how things have played out, I suppose maybe it was always going to be a feature. But it certainly wasn’t premeditated. Truth be told, the feature started snowballing into existence due to assumptions that would later be proven wrong. After getting 40K views on The Hard Times social media and some super positive feedback, we did some quick (and incorrect) math and thought that we could ask for a dollar from each view and get the budget that we needed. So their response definitely got the Kickstarter up but it was a small group of passionate and dedicated individuals whom I’m lucky to call friends that got this thing to the finish line.

KillDozer: The poster art work is incredible, it immediately lets the viewer know what kind of ride they are taking.  Can you tell us who did it and how you went about partnering with them to get what you wanted out of the final product?

Jason: Marc Schoenbach of Sadist Art Designs is the poster powerhouse that brought this one to life. We were lucky enough to partner with him on our last film and I love his work so much that I really didn’t consider anyone else for SEK. We went back and forth on a few concepts and the overall design for the poster, but the final version that you see (and thanks for the compliment) should really only be credited to him.

KillDozer: Jason Zink writes, directs, and even acts in the film! Do you think this allows a director to bring his true vision to the screen without compromise?

Jason: You noticed that, huh? Haha. It’s all about compromise and the lesser of two evils. I wish that it wasn’t that way but it sort of comes with the territory. I will say that I don’t pride myself an actor. I was only cast in the movie because I knew that I could count on myself to show up. It was one less person to cast and schedule things around. I think I do a competent job but I wouldn’t be upset (or surprised) if the Oscars don’t send me a letter.

However, I will say that the compromises that were made were entirely related to budget and time. I’m super proud of what we accomplished and I think we made a really great movie but there are countless changes that I’d love to have made. “Art is never finished, only abandoned.”

KillDozer: What has the feedback been around Straight Edge Kegger? Have you screened it with an audience if so what was the experience like?

Jason: So far, the feedback has been incredibly positive. That makes us hopeful because the screener that went out from film festivals had some mistakes that have since been fixed. As we weave our way through the festival circuit, we’re continuing to improve the cut. We screened at the beginning of January in Portland at PDXtreme and both the screening and Q&A went incredibly well. We had a blast there and we loved chatting with folks about the flick. It was really awesome to get reactions from parts in the movie that I thought would be unappreciated or go entirely unnoticed.

KillDozer: Do you think this film is relatable to everyone or simply the punk and hardcore kids? Was that ever discussed during production?

Jason: It is definitely relatable to everyone. I think for anybody who sees the movie, that goes without saying. What we did discuss and continue to talk about is that a lot of folks likely won’t watch the movie because they’ll assume they have to be into punk or hardcore to care about that movie. So we just hope that people will give it a shot because we think we made a flick for everybody.

KillDozer: How did you go about casting the film? Was it important to cast individuals who could relate to the subject matter?

Jason: For several of our primary cast members (Cory Kays, Evelyn Reidy and Julio Alexander), we were lucky enough to find them on a service called Backstage Casting. The service would probably hate that I compared them to this but it’s sort of like Facebook for casting talent. We received over 400 submissions and so it took us some time to narrow things down but we can happily report that those three and a handful of smaller roles were our first picks. We got incredibly lucky.

Relating to the subject matter was definitely a factor with our lead Cory (playing Brad) but honestly, they’re malleability is what got each of them their respective roles. It was just so comfortable working with them and hearing our lines come out of their mouths.

And a lot of the minor roles as well as some bigger ones we still managed to fill with friends and friends of friends. We’ve always tried to do that but the scope of this movie helped to elevate non-actors to a level that really makes me proud to see. The homegrown, grassroots, DIY ethos is something that I really care about and so it’s great to be able to continue working with those ideals and people who share that sense of community.

KillDozer: Have you received any negative feedback from people who uphold the Straight Edge way of life?

Jason: That’s a great question and luckily, we haven’t had any real experience with this. Of course, we’ve gotten a couple of trolls on YouTube and we can’t really tell what their deal is… but the straight edge community has been incredibly supportive. Truth be told, the mock-trailer didn’t do a good job of conveying the message behind our movie. Hindsight is 20/20, right? But every straight edger that we’ve talked to has seemed to be stoked on the movie. The intention was never to alienate anybody, especially a community that I may not be a part of but I definitely support. So we hope that comes across when everybody watches the movie.

KillDozer: What do you hope audiences will take away from this film?

Jason: Ugh. That’s a loaded question. Of course, I hope that they enjoy the movie. But I have a feeling that it’ll be somewhat polarizing. I wasn’t really interested in making a straightforward horror movie. It’s horror, thriller, character-drama and even has a little romance thrown in for good measure. But I hope it gets them thinking and talking about the subject matter. Look, we had no money and incredibly limited resources. I think that if we can get people walking out talking instead of shrugging, we’ve done about as much as we could have hoped for with what we had available.

KillDozer: Where can we go to follow Weird on Top pictures? What’s up next for Weird on Top?

Jason: We’re on Twitter/ InstagramFacebook as Weird on Top Pictures and we double up on Facebook with a Straight Edge Kegger page. If folks want to stay updated on film festival screenings, we post those consistently to the Facebook page.

It’s hard to say what’s up next for us. We have way too many projects that we would love to move forward on but a lot of what our future holds depends on if we can make our money back on Straight Edge Kegger or meet an investor(s) somewhere along the way. I will say that I have two projects in mind that I’m super pumped to put on the screen… but who knows what’ll happen?

KillDozer: Okay, here are a few fun questions to wrap this up: If you could cross Straight Edge Kegger into any film universe which would it be and why?

Jason: This was so difficult and you may not want to use this answer but I finally decided that I’d cross it with anything related to ‘The Brat Pack’: The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, St. Elmo’s Fire, etc. I just think it would be hilarious to see these characters relating to each other on an emotional level in the library. Can I still keep Judd Nelson?

KillDozer: What is your favorite piece of movie memorabilia that you own?

Jason: That is the toughest question you could have asked me. Haha. But I love it. It’s just had me walking circles in my room. I think I’ve settled on a set of two things. There’s this weird poster for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 that looks just like the poster for The Breakfast Club but with the Sawyer family doing the poses. I always loved that poster when I was younger and I became obsessed with it before I knew what eBay or horror conventions were. Finally, I found a copy at a horror convention just a few years ago and instantly found a vintage one-sheet of The Breakfast Club and mounted them right next to each other on the wall. There’s something about those two together that nothing else can replace.

KillDozer: I feel like this film could have a million taglines. What tag lines did you come up with for the film that you didn't end up using?

Jason: You’re going to hate me for this response but really, we came up with only two that we took seriously. That’s why they both wound up on the poster. We had an easier time just coming up with funny things for the narrator to say in the mock-trailer like “If you don’t smoke and you don’t do drugs, then you won’t have to die.” But when it came to the movie, we had moved on from satire and tried to go with something more raw and visceral. So the taglines that we picked were definitely referencing the culture but not mocking it in any way.

KillDozer: I was reading the entire cast and crew slept on set each night. If that information is true how bad did it smell at the end of filming?

Jason: Well, not EVERYONE stayed on set. But the lion’s share were here crashed out in every room and covering the floors. The smell changed on any given night/morning and there were some nights more ripe than others. But people’s sleep schedules were so messed up that there was never a line for the bathroom. People showered every day and usually, you were too exhausted to pay attention to things like that anyway. And when everybody left, there wasn’t really a smell… just a mess.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: Piercing, The Craft & Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwad

March 12th 2018

Bluray Tuesday creeps up on us once again and it brings some pretty solid releases. First up is Nicolas Pesce's Piercing. I really enjoyed this film and am looking forward to adding to my collection. Pesce also directed 2016's The Eyes of My Mother which I really enjoyed as well. Scream Factory this week release's The Craft with a new scan and bonus features. I loved this film growing up and will for sure add this updated Bluray to the growing collection. Man's Best Friend is also released from Scream Factory today for the first time on Bluray. The biggest release of the week is Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwad which takes place in the Harry Potter world. Best Buy will carry an exclusive steelbook for this and Target's version will be a digi-book packaging. I missed this one in theaters but I'm excited to check it out. Arrow Video is releasing 90's horror thriller, Kolobos for the first time on Bluray and the premise sounds great, like a reality show slasher kinda vibe. Rounding out the week is Mortal Engines, Green Book and Dark River. So what will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

Piercing: Amazon - $16.99

In this twisted love story, a man seeks out an unsuspecting stranger to help him purge the dark torments of his past. His plan goes awry when he encounters a woman with plans of her own. A playful psycho-thriller game of cat-and-mouse based on Ryû Murakami’s novel.

Piercing (Blu-ray) 

The Craft: Amazon - $29.99

For Sarah, moving to Los Angeles is just another chance to be an outsider. She is all alone among the tightly-knit student body of St. Benedict's Academy... until she meets three young women who also have found themselves banished to the outermost reaches of high school's inevitable pecking order. Nancy, Bonnie, and Rochelle will never fit in with the "in" crowd. They barely fit in with each other. But together with Sarah, their outer and inner lives are about to change in ways they never suspected. They are about to learn that being an outsider has its own kind of power. They are about to learn "The Craft."

The Craft (Blu-ray) 

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: Amazon - $24.99
4K: Amazon - $29.99

The second installment of the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" franchise which follows the adventures of Newt Scamander.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Blu-ray) 

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $34.99

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald 4K (Blu-ray) 

Digibook: Target - $29.99

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Blu-ray) 

Mortal Engines: Amazon - $19.99
4K: Amazon - $24.99

Many years after the "Sixty Minute War," cities survive a now desolate Earth by moving around on giant wheels attacking and devouring smaller towns to replenish their resources.

Mortal Engines (Blu-ray) 

Mortal Engines 4K (Blu-ray) 

Man's Best Friend: Amazon - $26.99

Max, a genetically mutated dog endowed with intelligence and other special abilities is accidentally released from the lab of Dr. Jarret by news reporter/animal rights advocate Lori Tanner. Max is lovable at first but also proves to be a ferocious, unstoppable killer.

Man's Best Friend (Blu-ray) 

Green Book: Amazon - $19.99
4K: Amazon - $24.99

Dr. Don Shirley is a world-class African-American pianist, who is about to embark on a concert tour in the Deep South in 1962. In need of a driver and protection, Shirley recruits Tony Lip, a tough-talking bouncer from an Italian-American neighborhood in the Bronx. Despite their differences, the two men soon develop an unexpected bond while confronting racism and danger in an era of segregation.

Green Book (Blu-ray) 

Green Book 4K (Blu-ray) 

Kolobos: Amazon - $27.99

Five young individuals agree to live in a home and have their daily activities filmed. But soon the house is locked down and they each run into the murderous clutches of a faceless serial killer -- who may not be working alone.

Kolobos (Blu-ray) 

Tyrel: Amazon - $17.99

Tyrel, a sole black man, attends an otherwise all-white weekend of drunken bro debauchery on a birthday trip to a cabin in the Catskills.
Tyrel (Blu-ray)

Someone to Watch Over Me: Amazon - $26.99

A married New York cop falls for the socialite murder witness he's been assigned to protect.

Someone to Watch Over Me (Blu-ray) 

The Miseducation of Cameron Post: Amazon - $16.99 

In 1993 after teenage Cameron is caught in the backseat of a car with the prom queen, she is sent away to a treatment center in a remote area called God's Promise. While she is being subjected to questionable gay conversion therapies, she bonds with some fellow residents as they pretend to go along with the process while waiting to be released.

The Miseducation of Cameron Post (Blu-ray) 

Dark River: Amazon - $17.99

Following the death of her father, Alice (Ruth Wilson) returns to her home village for the first time in 15 years, to claim the tenancy to the family farm she believes is rightfully hers.

Dark River (Blu-ray) 

-The Impostor