This week on DVD, we’ve got a handful of really solid movies and TV — including Edgar Wright’s musical heist movie and Sofia Coppola’s period drama — and a couple of big releases that didn’t do so well with critics (even if Chance the Rapper really liked one of them). Read on for the full list.
Ansel Elgort and Kevin Spacey star in Edgar Wright’s musically enhanced action film about an eccentric getaway driver who finds himself on the run after a heist gone wrong. Extras include extended and deleted scenes, a six-part making-of featurette collection, scene animatics, audition and rehearsal footage, and more.
This unusual horror musical from Poland centers on a pair of predatory mermaids who venture on land and become the main attractions for a nightclub. The Criterion Collection snatched it up for a contemporary release, and it includes a making-of doc, deleted scenes, a pair of short films by director Agnieszka Smoczyńska, and more.
Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Colin Farrell star in Sofia Coppola’s drama about an injured Union soldier during the US Civil War who stumbles into a Southern girls’ boarding school and stirs up simmering tensions with his presence. It comes with a pair of making-of featurettes.
Tom Holland and Jon Bernthal star in this period adventure drama about a group of 13th century Irish monks who embark on a journey to transport a holy relic to Rome. Special features include interviews with the cast and crew, photo galleries, and five behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Joey King and Ryan Phillippe star in this horror film about a sad teen who’s gifted a special music box that gives her the ability to turn her deepest desires into reality. It comes with an interview with the cast, an attic tour, a making-of featurette and a look at the motion comics.
Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler star in this comedy about two irresponsible parents who set up an illegal casino in their home to recoup the loss of their daughter’s college savings. It comes with a pair of making-of featurettes; deleted, extended, and alternate scenes; a gag reel; and “line-o-ramas.”