New on DVD and Blu-Ray

Other than Criterion releasing William Wyler’s The Heiress, Kino is running the table on this week. They’ve got their normal oddball studio release with Michael Winner’s Turn of the Screw prequel The Nightcomers. They’re continuing the run of Jim Jarmusch releases in the lead-up to The Dead Don’t Die with a Blu-Ray upgrade of Broken Flowers. They’ve picked up the Ealing rights from StudioCanal, releasing Kind Hearts and Coronets, The Lavender Hill Mob, and The Man in the White Suit. They’ve dipped their toes into 4K releases with a remaster of that beloved classic, Ridley Scott’s Hannibal. But most of all, they’ve got their fingers on America’s pulse with the second Blu-Ray release of Swing Vote, truly the most trenchant political commentary of our time. It also has a brand-new directors commentary to differentiate it from the previous Blu-Ray, a real bonus treat for all the Swingies out there.

All About Lily Chou-Chou (Film Movement)
Better Call Saul: Season Four (Sony)
Blaze (Shout Factory)
Broken Flowers (Kino)
Everybody Knows (Universal)
Hannibal 4K (Kino)
The Heiress (Criterion)
Kind Hearts and Coronets (Kino)
The Lavender Hill Mob (Kino)
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (Warner)
The Man in the White Suit (Kino)
The Nightcomers (Kino)
The Prodigy (MGM)
Rhinoceros (Kino)
Shoah: Four Sisters (Cohen)
Swing Vote (Kino)
They Shall Not Grow Old (Warner)
What Men Want (Paramount)