New on DVD and Blu-Ray

This week brings us some titles thankfully saved from American home-video unavailabilty, biggest of all of them Criterion’s reissue of Elem Klimov’s blistering Come and See. But at least that had a U.S. DVD to begin with, unlike Paul Bartel’s Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, which is finally coming out on disc of any kind from Kino. And Paul Schrader’s Patty Hearst was previously only available on a now-out-of-print DVD-R, and has now gotten a 2K restoration from the fine folks at Vinegar Syndrome. But all that fine work pales in comparison to what Shout Factory has done this week, finally presenting the movie where Bo Derek gets her leg bitten off by an evil whale in glorious high-definition. Schrader could never.

Come and See (Criterion)
The Complete Lenzi/Baker Giallo Collection (Orgasmo / So Sweet… So Perverse / A Quiet Place to Kill / Knife of Ice) (Severin)
Django + Texas, Adios (Arrow)
Hair (Olive)
Narrow Margin (Kino)
Not For Publication (Kino)
Orca: The Killer Whale (Shout Factory)
Patty Hearst (Vinegar Syndrome)
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills (Kino)
Wild Palms (Kino)