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:
Also available this week:
- Belle (83 percent), starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Tom Wilkinson in a Certified Fresh period drama about Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate mixed-race daughter of Admiral Sir John Lindsay.
- Richard Ayoade’s The Double (82 percent), starring Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska in a comedy about a timid man whose life is slowly dominated by another man who looks exactly like him.
- Polish import Aftermath (79 percent), a thriller about two brothers who reunite and face family demons from their past.
- Clark Gregg’s Trust Me (52 percent), starring Gregg and Sam Rockwell in a dramedy about an agent for child actors who attempts to rein in a talented but unruly new client.
- The Love Punch (27 percent), starring Pierce Brosnan and Emma Thompson in a comedy about warring exes who work together in order to steal a valuable diamond from the man who defrauded them out of their nest egg.
- Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return (17 percent), an animated film based on the 1939 classic that finds Dorothy returning to the magical land of Oz to vanquish a new threat, with voice work from Lea Michele and Kelsey Grammer.
- Season two of CBS’s modern interpretation of Sherlock Holmes, Elementary (100 percent) is available on DVD.
- The third season of ABC’s mystery drama Revenge (83 percent) is also available on DVD.
- The fourth season of SyFy’s supernatural drama Haven is out on DVD and Blu-ray.
- A new set of all three seasons of the 1985 revival of Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone is available on DVD. Bonuses include a photo gallery, a special interview with Wes Craven, and commentary tracks.
- And lastly, two selections from the Criterion Collection: a new DVD/Blu-ray combo pack of Bob Fosse’s All That Jazz (87 percent), and a new Blu-ray edition of Shohei Imamura’s 1979 crime thriller Vengeance is Mine (100 percent).