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New On DVD & Blu-ray March 26, 2019

By John Connor [03.26.19]


Based on the comic series by Guillaume 'Run' Renard and stunningly animated by ultra-hip Studio 4°C, MFKZ is a wild, action-packed mashup of anime, sci-fi and hip-hop influences, featuring the voices of Michael Chiklis, Giancarlo Esposito, Dascha Polanco, RZA, Vince Staples and Danny Trejo.

Angelino and his skull-and-flame pal Vinz live in a seedy tenement in a burnt-out, gang-and-cockroach-ridden dystopian metropolis. Following a scooter accident, Angelino starts experiencing migraines and strange hallucinations, as well as fits of rage-inspired superpowers, as he slowly awakens to the truth of his origins: he is half-human and half-Macho, a supernatural alien race that is bent on taking over the planet.


Onwards!





The terrifying tale by Stephen King is also a beloved adaptation of the best-selling author’s work.

Newly remastered in 4K for its 30th Anniversary, Pet Sematary, follows the tragic story of the Creed family. After their cat is accidentally killed, a friendly neighbor advises its burial in a mysterious nearby cemetery.

When the cat comes back, it’s only the beginning of an unthinkable evil leading to hell and back. Sometimes, so it seems, dead is better.





Meet the meanest and most lethal karate master ever to rule the streets. He’s Sonny Chiba, one of the greatest martial arts actors to ignite the screen.

In The Street Fighter, Chiba stars as Terry Tsurugi, a mercenary who has been hired by both the yakuza and the mafia to kidnap a wealthy heiress, but when he isn’t paid, a violent clash will ensue.

Chiba is back in Return Of The Street Fighter. This time Tsurugi is hired by the mob to kill two informants, but when he realizes one is an old friend, he refuses, and now he is the one being hunted.

When Tsurugi is double crossed by the Ôwada clan, he takes off with something they want in The Street Fighter’s Last Revenge. Soon he is being chased by a group of deadly assassins.






THE FUTURE JUST GOT DARKER!

After releasing Albert Pyun's cyberpunk classic Nemesis on Blu-ray for the first time in Region 1, MDV rewind have released the rest of the films from the series.

NEMESIS 2: NEBULA: 73 years after the events in NEMESIS, humans have lost the Cyborg Wars and they are now slaves to the cyborg masters. Rebel scientists have developed a new DNA strain, which could signal the end of the cyborgs, and it is injected it into a pregnant volunteer. When the cyborgs learn of the woman and her baby, both are listed for termination. To escape, the woman steals a cyborg ship and is transported back in time to East Africa in 1980, where the mother is killed, but the baby is saved. It takes 20 years, but a cyborg bounty hunter named Nebula (Chad Stahelski, John Wick) eventually locates the young woman, named Alex (Sue Price), and travels back in time to terminate her.

NEMESIS 3: TIME LAPSE: Alex finds that she has twenty half-sisters who are waiting for her to return to the year 2077. Central Command wants Alex (Sue Price) captured alive and scanned to see if her DNA is a strong and more powerful strain than normal. But Alex may be too tough for Farnsworth (Tim Thomerson, Near Dark) to capture.

NEMESIS 4: CRY OF ANGELS: Following an uneasy ceasefire between the humans and the cyborgs, Alex Sinclair (Sue Price) is making a living in the future working as a cybernetically-enhanced assassin for her boss Bernardo (Andrew Divoff, Wishmaster). But when Alex accidentally targets the wrong man and kills the son of a major crime syndicate head, she finds herself on the run once again as every assassin in town comes to collect the bounty on her.

SPECIAL FEATURES:

High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations of all three films (Nemesis 2 & 3 Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1, Nemesis 4 Aspect Ratio: 2.20:1)
Audio: 2.0 Stereo
Albert Pyun talks Nemesis 2 (SD, 30:39)
Albert Pyun talks Nemesis 3 (SD, 17:00)
Albert Pyun talks Nemesis 4 (SD, 19:38)
Original Theatrical Trailers for all three films





When tampering with the natural order of things, man must not ignore the Warning Sign.

In the rolling Utah countryside, a small town is host to a fortress-like research facility, which the townspeople believe is developing new advancements in agriculture. But deep within is a top-secret project to create a bioweapon that turns anyone exposed to it into a raging, psychotic killer.

When the unthinkable happens and the facility is locked down, Sheriff Cal Morse (Sam Waterston, Serial Mom) must choose between keeping the town safe and rescuing his wife Joanie (Kathleen Quinlan, Twilight Zone: The Movie), who is trapped inside. But for Major Connolly (Yaphet Kotto, Alien), there is only one remorseless solution: contain the deadly virus … at all costs.

Written by Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins (the team behind Dragonslayer) and featuring the cinematography of Dean Cundey (Halloween, John Carpenter’s The Thing), Warning Sign presents a nightmarish scenario of science gone wrong.




Two estranged sisters are forced to rob a bank in order to save their brother. The heist begins smoothly, but mayhem ensues when the defiant bank manager sends them to a basement-level vault -- home to something truly evil.

Starring Academy Award® nominee James Franco (SPIDER-MAN, 127 HOURS, PINEAPPLE EXPRESS) and Taryn Manning (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, 8-MILE, SONS OF ANARCHY), THE VAULT is the latest film from genre writer-director Dan Bush (THE SIGNAL).























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