Criterion’s October slate kicks off October 2 with the Blu-ray debut of Cornel Wilde’s 1965 stripped-down action film The Naked Prey (Blu-ray: $39.95), the story of an ivory-hunting safari that turns torturous after offending a group of South African hunters. Coming on October 9 is a 2K restoration of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s long-unavailable 1972-73 TV series Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (DVD 3 discs, $39.95; Blu-ray: 2 discs, $49.95), a working-class soap opera that tracks the everyday triumphs and travails of young toolmaker Jochen (Gottfried John) and many of the people populating his world, including the woman he loves (Hanna Schygulla). Arriving October 16 is the Blu-ray debut of director Hal Ashby’s 1975 political send-up Shampoo (DVD: $29.95, Blu-ray: $39.95), which follows a Beverly Hills hairdresser (Warren Beatty) who searches for business funding on the eve of the 1968 presidential election, and costars Goldie Hawn, Julie Christie, and Lee Grant (in an Oscar-winning role). Coming October 23 is Brian De Palma’s 1973 horror drama Sisters (DVD: $29.95, Blu-ray: $39.95), the twisted and terrifying tale of a beautiful model (Margot Kidder) separated from her Siamese twin and accused of murder. Finally, on October 30 comes a clothbound storybook Blu-ray edition of Rob Reiner’s beloved 1987 fairy-tale classic The Princess Bride (DVD: 2 discs, $29.95; Blu-ray: $39.95), based on screenwriter and author William Goldman’s swashbuckling romantic comedy, starring Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Chris Sarandon, and Peter Falk.