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New Releases for July 16

And now, the New Release list, or What's Neat This Week, brought to you by Scarecrow Video's movie-loving community: #


BLU = Also available to rent on Blu-ray disc

@ = Available for sale in the store (but we can special order anything, see us for details)

SALE = Click this link to purchase select titles from our online store


42—Chadwick Boseman stars as Jackie Robinson in this powerful biopic, co-starring Harrison Ford as Brooklyn Dodgers general manager Branch Rickey. It’s the perfect movie to watch over the All-Star break.   BLU   @


ORPHAN BLACK: SEASON 1—BBC America’s cult favorite sci-fi drama stars Tatiana Maslany as a young woman who discovers she has multiple clones out in the world. Patton Oswalt will lead the Twitter outrage if she doesn’t get nominated for an Emmy.  BLU  SALE


BULLET TO THE HEAD—The Warriors and 48 Hours director Walter Hill’s first movie in a decade stars Sylvester Stallone as a hitman who teams up with a cop (Sung Kang of the Fast & Furious franchise) to save his daughter from a gang of bad guys (led by Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa). Matt says in City Arts that while it doesn’t bring anything new to the buddy cop genre, it does “has the gruff, no-nonsense, unpretentious demeanor of the best ‘80s beat-em-ups.”  BLU  @ 


HERMAN’S HOUSE—The remarkable story of the collaboration between New York artist Jackie Sumell and Herman Wallace, a prison inmate who has been in solitary confinement longer than anyone in the United States. Sumell wrote to Wallace to ask what kind of house a man who has been confined to a six-foot-by-nine-foot cell for over 30 years dreams of, and over time makes it come to life.  @


EVIL DEAD—No one was optimistic about a reboot of Sam Raimi’s original greatness, but many of the doubters came away pleasantly surprised--or in this case, pleasantly disturbed. Be warned, though. Apparently the special effects are so good they made even the horror vets squirm.  BLU  SALE


LORD OF THE FLIES—The Criterion Collection presents Peter Brook’s 1963 adaptation of William Golding’s novel-we-all-read-in-school (If you didn’t, go do that now. It’s a short book. We’ll wait.). The newly restored release has a bunch of extras, including commentary with Brook and audio recordings of Golding reading from the book.  BLU  @  SALE



Regular Show: Seasons 1 & 2  @  SALE



Heavy Traffic  @  SALE

Street Trash  @



America’s Test Kitchen: Season 13

Damages: Final Season (Season 5)

Doctor Who: Doctors Revisited 1-4

Endeavour: Series 1   @   SALE

Femme Fatales: Season 2

Hell on Wheels: Season 2  BLU

Misfits: Season 3



Big Blockade / Four Just Men (1942)(PAL Code 2)—UK

Combat Girls (2011)—Germany

Cracked Actor (1975)(PAL)—UK

Maniac (2012)(PAL Code 2)—US  Yes, this is the remake that stars Elijah Wood

Me & You (2012)(PAL Code 2)—Italy, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci

Midshipman Easy / Brief Ecstasy (1935)(PAL Code 2)—UK   Midshipman Easy was directed by Carol Reed

Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States (2011)(PAL)—US

Wild Bill (2011)—UK  BLU



Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight (1994)

Black Market Babies (1945)

Don’t Gamble With Strangers (1976)

Front Page Woman (1935)  @

Houdini (1998)

Human Factor (1979)

Jupiter’s Darling (1955)

Painted Veil (1934)

Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming (1990)

Winter Meeting (1948)

Women in Bondage (1943)

Zandy’s Bride (1974)



Bidder 70   @

Bought & Sold: An Investigative Documentary on the International Trade in Women

Fruit Hunters--Search the globe for exotic fruits...with Bill Pullman!

Hecho en Mexico

London: The Modern Babylon

National Geographic: 21st Century Sex Slaves

Sacred Science

Bert Stern: Original Mad Man  @



Chilly Scenes of Winter (1979)

End of Love (2012)


Hands of the Ripper (1971)  BLU  @

Lady Vanishes (1979)

Punk Vacation (1987)  BLU  @

Rooster Teeth: Best of Shorts & Animated Adventures

Solomon Kane (2009)  BLU

White Frog

We'll return next week with Kim Ki-Duk's Pieta, Sally Potter's Ginger & Rosa, Danny Boyle's Trance and much more. Happy viewing.

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