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This week on home video, movies rule the list, but we've got at least one impressive TV collection to talk about, too. The blockbuster sequel to a Channing Tatum-Jonah Hill buddy cop comedy leads things off, along with another sequel from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, an earnest YA novel adaptation, a disaster movie, and Hayao Miyazaki's last directorial effort. Then we've got a few notable smaller releases, and a gigantic collection of one of the most iconic TV shows ever. Read on for details.
If you're into television, this is a good week for you, whether you're a fan of classic series from the 1970s and 1980s (Taxi, Family Ties) or more contemporary stuff (True Blood, Sons of Anarchy). But before we get to all that, we've got an animated hit sequel, Clint Eastwood's latest film, a road comedy starring Melissa McCarthy, and a buddy cop farce, as well as a bunch of smaller films and other TV collections. Read on for all the details.
This week on home video, we've got a little something for everyone, whether you're looking for some fantastical drama, a bit of sword-and-sandal action, a dash of spy intrigue, or just something to babysit the kids for an hour and a half. Plus, there's a few smaller releases also worth mentioning, as well as a couple of notable series sets of fan favorite TV shows. Read on for details.
There aren't many big new releases available this week on home video, but we've at least got one seasonally appropriate release (Deliver Us from Evil), along with a well-received indie dramedy and a handful of smaller films. In addition, we've got the complete series of a classic sitcom and a couple of noteworthy releases from the Criterion Collection, including a Jacques Tati compilation. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a well-received sci-fi action tale and the first half of the final season of a beloved TV drama, as well as a decent thriller, an okay sci-fi kids' movie, and a subpar sex comedy. Then, of course, we've got a number of indie films, and two more from the Criterion Collection. Read on for details.
This week on home video, our biggest releases are the latest film in the X-Men franchise, an animated film about a brainy dog and his adopted human son, and the television series adaptation of an Oscar-winning Coen brothers film. Then, we've got a bunch of solid imports and indie films, as well as a Sundance miniseries and the first seasons of a couple of spooky TV shows. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a well-received sci-fi actioner starring Tom Cruise, a feelgood sports drama starring Jon Hamm, and a western spoof starring Seth MacFarlane. Then, we've got loads of TV and number of noteworthy indie films, as well as a Disney classic fresh from the vault. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got the latest installment of Michael Bay's Transformers franchise, Jon Favreau's indie hit, and the complete series of a hit Fox show that came back to television for a limited run earlier this year. On top of that, we've got a bunch of smaller releases starring the likes of Amy Poehler, Aaron Paul, Sam Shepard, Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, and more. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got Seth Rogen and Zac Efron facing off in a comedy, Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson facing off in a post-apocalyptic road film, and Brenton Thwaites and Laurence Fishburne facing off in a sci-fi thriller. Then we've got the requisite smaller releases, a ton of recent TV seasons (and one complete collection of a popular sitcom), and three big horror franchise sets. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a couple of Certified Fresh releases: Gareth Edwards' reboot of an iconic Japanese monster movie franchise, and a YA novel adaptation that was a hit with fans and critics alike. Then we've got a ton of TV being released, along with a comedy sequel, a Criterion edition of a David Lynch film, and a 40th anniversary of a horror classic. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a major blockbuster sequel from Marvel, a remake of a sleeper action hit from France, a slew of acclaimed indie films, some popular TV series, and a couple of notable rereleases, including a Mel Brooks classic. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a number of fairly decent smaller films and a handful of popular TV shows, but we kick things off with a sports drama directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Kevin Costner. Then, for all of you horror buffs getting ready for Halloween, Universal is releasing a number of collections dedicated to their iconic monster lineup, including a 30-film set that gathers some of the best stuff in one place. Read on for details.
The only big release in the movie department this week is Adam Sandler's latest rom-com, but we've also got a number of solid indie films to choose from. Then, on television, we've got AMC's hit zombie apocalypse series, FX's gritty biker gang drama, and a notable collection of Twilight Zone episodes from the 1980s. Read on for details.
Although most of the available titles are either indie films or TV series, we have a slew of new releases on home video this week, beginning with the Spider-Man sequel, Jim Jarmusch's moody vampire flick, and the latest film of the Hammer revival. Then, we've also got a new film written and directed by John Turturro, John Sayles' indie thriller, and Alejandro Jodorowsky's return to the big screen. On TV, we've got new seasons of Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Parks and Recreation, and the miniseries adaptation of Rosemary's Baby, among others. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a poorly reviewed horror spoof sequel, Disneynature's latest adventure, and a powerful one-man drama to head things off. Then, we've got a James McAvoy-powered Irvine Welsh adaptation and a number of smaller releases, as well as a couple of notable choices on TV. Read on for details.
Though critics weren't particularly kind to all of the films available this week on home video, we've got a number of titles that cater to specific audiences, and if you're part of one of those audiences, you should find something worthwhile here. The biggest films this week include a racing action film, a dystopian YA adaptation, a well-reviewed horror thriller, and a faith-based drama. Then we've got some smaller choices, including an Australian film currently playing select theaters, and some noteworthy choices on television. Read on for details.
There aren't many huge releases this week, but you're probably more interested in the development news coming out of Comic-Con, so we'll keep this one relatively short. Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic hits shelves this week, along with Nick Cassavetes' scorned woman revenge comedy. Then we've got a handful of films that got a limited release in theaters, a Criterion edition of a celebrated Lawrence Kasdan drama, and a collection of Werner Herzog films. Read on for details.
This week on home video, all of the major releases are unfortunately Rotten, including Wally Pfister's directorial debut, a spiritual book adaptation, Tyler Perry's latest, and a Schwarzenegger-powered action movie. Lucky for us, there are some worthy pickups in the reissue department, including a couple of films from Billy Wilder, an iconic miniseries, and Criterion releases of an acclaimed Norwegian thriller and a Jacques Demy collection. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got an animated sequel, a puzzling sci-fi tale, and the second season of a much buzzed-about BBC America TV series. Beyond that, we've got a handful of notable smaller movies, as well as two excellent choices from the Criterion Collection. Read on for details.
The biggest film available in home video this week comes in the form of Jason Bateman's directorial debut, but the smaller releases may warrant more attention. These include a Certified Fresh follow-up to an Indonesian action hit, an erotic two-part drama from Lars von Trier, and a documentary on one of the greatest movies never made, among others. Read on for details.