New on DVD & Blu-Ray: House of Cards, Woman in Gold, and More

Ryan Fujitani on Monday, Jul. 06 2015, 03:48 PMcomment

This week on home video, we kick things off with TV, since most of the film releases are relatively small. Specifically, we start with one of Netflix's Emmy-winning flagship series, followed by a historical drama starring Helen Mirren and a handful of indies, including a zombie drama starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and a western with Kodi Smit-McPhee and Michael Fassbender. Read on for details.

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