RT on DVD & Blu-Ray: Olympus Has Fallen and A Band Called Death
Plus, a family comedy, a political thriller, a relationship drama, and more.
This week on home video, we've got a shootout at the White House and a couple of star-studded films -- one of which did okay, and the other... not so much. Then we've got a little-seen indie film, a historical drama, and a handful of reissues. Read on for the full list:
Also available this week:
Historical drama Emperor (30%), starring Tommy Lee Jones and Matthew Fox in a portrayal of General Douglas MacArthur's time in Japan following the end of Emperor Hirohito's reign.
The classic Western Shane (97%), is newly available on Blu-ray.
A "Nearly 35th Anniversary Edition" of The Muppet Movie (90%) is available on DVD and Blu-ray, with a handful of bonus features.
John Frankenheimer's disorienting 1966 paranoid thriller Seconds (88%), starring Rock Hudson as a man who undergoes a transformation in order to experience a "fresh start" in life, is newly available from the Criterion Collection.
Seminal '80s film Flashdance (30%) is also available on Blu-ray.