Alamo On Demand, the streaming video service owned and operated by indie theater chain Alamo Drafthouse, is offering a 24-hour “Fast & Furious” movie marathon, beginning June 19 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.
Interested parties must create an account at Scener.com to stream the “Fast and Furious Forever Marathon,” which includes the first eight movies, the spinoff Hobbs & Shaw and F9 director Justin Lin’s 2002 film Better Luck Tomorrow.
Streamers can also purchase the first eight movies digitally for $48.99 through Alamo On Demand, while individual title rentals cost $3.99 each for a 48-hour window.
After weeks of minimal to modest new home video release slates, several of the May 11 titles had retailer-exclusive variants.
Warner’s animated Justice Society: World War II had a couple. Best Buy offered the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray edition with a pack-in Flash figurine for $33.99. Meanwhile, with the direct-to-video movie being widely released on Blu-ray and 4K formats, Walmart was the only retailer with the DVD edition, at $14.96.
Best Buy offered Steelbooks of three catalog titles arriving on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.
One was a Steelbook of Universal’s Shrek: 20th Anniversary Edition, at $22.99.
Another was a Steelbook for the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray of 2004 horror film Saw, at $18.99. The Saw re-release is timed for the May 13 theatrical premiere of the newest franchise installment, Spiral.
The third involved the 4K Steelbook combo pack of 2001’s The Fast and the Furious, which was a wide release from Universal, but Best Buy offered it as a gift set packed with character cards and a collector’s booklet, at $27.99, about $5 more than the widely released version.