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Rare Round-Up: Entertainment News of the Week (06/10/2023)

Rare Round-Up: Entertainment News of the Week (06/10/2023)


This week has big one for horror with two of the most beloved and influential franchises of all time have returning to cinemas! Of course, we’re talking about Saw X, with veteran of the franchise Kevin Greutert returning to the director’s chair, and The Exorcist: Believer by David Gordon Green of the recent Halloween entries. Both are also available now for pre-order for you to re-live in the comfort (and sanctuary) of your own home!


If you’re more of a sci-fi aficionado or an anime addict, we’ve got just the thing! You can get up to 20% off on selected Doctor Who products right now as well as 50% off on anime with Crunchyroll! Talk about savings, right?!


Staying with film, Riccardo Freda’s 1962 Italian horror The Horrible Dr. Hichcock is coming to Blu-ray fully restored! It is also packed with special features including 3 different cuts of the film, a booklet with new critic writings, a visual essay, and a reversable sleeve! What’s even more? This collector’s edition is limited to just 5000 copies! Luckily, we have some of them, and so could you! Get yours before they’re gone!

Tiiiiiis the season… Is it too early? It feels too early. Well, whether you’re feeling the Christmas spirit yet or not, Bill Murray’s holiday classic Scrooged is seeing a release on 4K for the first time! If this one isn’t in your festive film rotation, now is the year to change that with crystal-clear resolution and never-before-seen features!


Turning to music, the biggest news that dropped this week is the upcoming debut solo album of BTS’s Jung Kook! The new album, titled Golden, which comes in three different box colour variations features 11 tracks including two previously released global hits with Satto and Jack Harlow!



Running it back a few decades, if you grew up within a certain subculture during the 80s then you may remember some of the hits that are featured on Disco Discharge’s latest: Box of Sin, Full Length Gay Clubbing. Based on actual club charts from 1980-1989 and box art inspired by the small ads section of 80s gay press, Box of Sin strives to tell the story of that decade! It’s out now!


Music Icon, the late Tina Turner, began her iconic solo career in 1974 with the album Tina Turns the Country On! Now, to celebrate 50 years since then with Queen of Rock 'n' Roll; a cutback compilation of 12 select tracks highlighting Tina's legendary solo career through her singles. Pre-Order what could make the perfect Christmas gift!


Back to the modern day, Italian rockers Måneskin are releasing a special expanded edition of their third studio album Rush, originally released earlier this year. The new edition is titled RUSH (Are U Coming?) to coincide with the band’s latest single HONEY (ARE U COMING?) and features 5 new tracks.


If all this has you in the mood for classic tunes, you can get up to 50% off on selected vinyl and CD right now with Demon Music Group at! Artists include T.Rex, The Moosiers, Steven Wilson and many more!

What are you most excited for this week?

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