Announcing the Nov. 2012 DVD release of the films of Jonas Mekas, available as individual titles and in a handsome box set.
It appears that a Jonas Mekas DVD box set is in the works. However, it’s most likely only going to be available for European movie lovers.
Jeff Krulik and Jon Heyn revisit their head-bangin’ roots in their documentary Heavy Metal Picnic, which is now available on DVD through the film’s website.
Charles Doran’s hilarious ode to Los Angeles geography snobbery, Westsider, is at last available in a spiffy DVD package that includes an extended version and killer bonus material.
On DVD in England is the horror anthology Bordello Death Tales, directed by fiendish British filmmakers: James Eaves, Alan Ronald and Pat Higgins.
A trio of distinctly different films have been released on DVD, a surreal masterpiece, a nunsploitation epic and a mature meditation on grief
Strange Girls, the superbly creepy horror film directing debut by Pittsburgh native Rona Mark, is at last available on DVD.
Two films by British horror filmmakers, James Eaves and Paul Campion, have been released on DVD in the UK: Bane and The Devil’s Rock.
Troma Entertainment has released Hollywood icon Dennis Woodruff’s Spaceman, L.A. and Obsession on one compilation DVD, out now.
Two films by first-time directors are now out on DVD: Jessica Oreck’s Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo and Cory Cataldo’s Mad World.