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Joey’s Home Movies For the Week of September 5th – The Original ‘Star Trek’ Cinematic Franchise Comes to 4K

Welcome back to my Home Movies! Today, Star Trek fans are in luck. My top pick this week is Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture 6-Movie Collection in 4K. Aside from that, the slate includes a top tier Criterion Collection release in Brian De Palma‘s seminal Blow Out. So, we have options. Read on for more…

Joey’s Top Pick

Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection

The Star Trek franchise finally gets a first rate 4K release for the original series of films. The movies in this collection are as follows: Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. If you’re a fan of this property, this week is a big day. You can also get the flicks individually, if that’s more your thing. So, pick this, or just one of them, up today and enjoy!

Also Available This Week

Wild Bunch


Chicago P.D.: Season Nine (TV)


Minions: The Rise of Gru

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

NCIS: Hawaii – Season One (TV)

Young Sheldon: The Complete Fifth Season (TV)

Criterion Corner


Blow Out

From The Criterion Collection: “In the enthralling Blow Out, brilliantly crafted by Brian De Palma, John Travolta gives one of his greatest performances, as a film sound-effects man who believes he has accidentally recorded a political assassination. To uncover the truth, he enlists the help of a possible eyewitness to the crime (Nancy Allen), who may be in danger herself. With its jolting stylistic flourishes, intricate plot, profoundly felt characterizations, and gritty evocation of early-1980s Philadelphia, Blow Out is an American paranoia thriller unlike any other, as well as a devilish reflection on moviemaking.”

Stay tuned for more next week…


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