RT on DVD & Blu-Ray: Oz the Great and Powerful and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters
Plus, the serious side of Dwayne Johnson, a bizarre indie from Quentin Dupieux, and a Bruce Lee classic.
This week on home video, we've got another trip to Oz, a revisionist take on an old fairy tale, a crime thriller with a message, and a strange journey to find a lost dog. Then, we've got some notable reissues, including a 40th anniversary Blu-ray of a Bruce Lee classic and a handful of animated Disney films. See below for the full list.
Also available this week:
Dead Man's Burden (76%), starring Clare Bowen in a slow-burning western thriller about a frontier woman and her husband dealing with the sudden reappearance of her brother, whom she presumed dead.
As usual, the Criterion Collection has another solid release: Ingmar Bergman's masterpiece Wild Strawberries (94%), about an old professor who contemplates his life in flashbacks and surreal fantasy sequences en route to accept an honorary degree.
A newly remastered 40th Anniversary Edition of the Bruce Lee classic Enter the Dragon (95%), which includes much of the content from the previous Blu-ray release, plus some brand new extras.
As they've done before, Disney is releasing Blu-ray double packs of some of its "lesser" animated films and their direct-to-DVD sequels, including Lilo and Stitch (86%), The Emperor's New Groove (85%), and Atlantis: The Lost Empire (49%).