New On DVD This Week: The Dark Tower, Orphan Black Complete Series, and More

by | October 30, 2017 | Comments

This week on DVD, we’ve got a Stephen King adaptation that failed to impress critics and a fan-favorite TV series now available in its entirety, as well as a Halle Berry thriller and the first season of a Cinemax horror drama. Read on for the full list.

Orphan Black 93%

Tatiana Maslany finally won an Emmy in 2016 for her work in this sci-fi series about a woman who discovers she’s one of several clones embroiled in a dangerous conspiracy. Now that the final season has ended, the complete series set is available.

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Outcast: Season 1 (2016) 80%

Patrick Fugit stars in this Cinemax horror drama about a disturbed man who attempts to find the deep-seated source of the demonic possessions plaguing his life and spreading through his small town. No information on special features is currently available, and it’s only out on DVD for the moment.

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Kidnap (2017) 38%

Halle Berry stars in this thriller about a single mom who risks everything to retrieve her abducted son. It comes with a brief recap of the story and characters.

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The Dark Tower (2017) 16%

Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey star in this sci-fi actioner based on the beloved Stephen King novel series about a wandering gunslinger’s eternal battle with a mysterious Man in Black who seeks the destruction of the universe. It comes with bloopers, deleted scenes, and a handful of featurettes on various aspects of the film.

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