by KYW’s Bob Nelson
Highlighting our Video List this week: the release on both standard and Blu-ray of the 1975 Oscar-winner One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, the unforgetable film in which Jack Nicholson plays the madhouse prankster McMurphy from the Ken Keasey novel. He’s the classic hell-raiser in a mental hospital who may not be ‘insane’ but is certainly a hell-raiser of the ‘first-water’.READ MORE: Arson Suspect Arrested In Connection To Fire, Building Collapse That Killed Philadelphia Fire Lt. Sean Williamson
The movie took the top Oscars that year including one for the 31-year-old Michael Douglas who produced the film after his father, Kirk, tried getting it made before giving it up.READ MORE: Police: Homeless Man Allegedly Stabs 15-Year-Old Boy In Self-Defense In Center City
Also out: a Blu-ray and Standard release of Just Right with Queen Latifia, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done, a seldom seen art film from a video game starring Chloe Sevigny and Willem Dafoe.
Then, there’s a 3-disc set with 12 episodes of the popular TV series, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Blu-ray has its own version.MORE NEWS: Olson Homers Twice To Lead Braves Past Phillies 5-3
And, a 3-disc documentary Volume One of Weapons of War, the history of warfare and how technology has changed the way we fight our battles.