New to Blu Picks: December 11, 2018

Here are Dawn's new release blu-ray picks for the week of December 11, 2018. Lots of interesting stuff is hitting the release market. Check out her list and click any of the linked movies to purchase. 

Popeye The Sailor: The 1940’s, Volume 1 (1942 – 1957)
The first two seasons of the original animated theatrical shorts were lost for decades. Warner Bros is now releasing these restored gems from the Golden Age of Hollywood on December 11, 2018.

Arrow video has released the films that started the careers of Director Brian De Palma and Robert De Niro. The limited edition Blu-ray includes the films of The Wedding, Greetings and Hi, Mom!

Arrow Video is releasing a limited deluxe edition (3000 copies) of this classic with tons of new special features, including a brand new 4k restoration from the original camera negative.

Lionsgate Films is releasing a 4k Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital copy of Sam Raimi’s infamous horror film with new special features including audio commentary with Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell.

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Shout Factor and GKIDS are releasing a new 30th anniversary collector’s edition boxset with a new hard cover slip case, 40-page art book, hours of special features and the film’s soundtrack on CD.

The Criterion Collection is releasing cult hero Samuel Fuller’s film as a special edition.

Arrow Video is releasing a 2-disc double feature with tons of special features including restorations from the original film negatives, a 60-page booklet, audio commentary, collector’s postcards and more.

Deep Throat (1972)
MVD Visual is releasing a collector’s edition Blu-ray of the notorious film.

Fiend (1980)
Massacre Video is releasing a special edition Blu-ray with tons of new special features, including a new 2k scan from the original 16mm A/B rolls, audio commentary and archival interviews.