This week on DVD, we’ve got the capper to an acclaimed blockbuster trilogy, a solid horror prequel, a couple of smaller Certified Fresh films, and more. Read on for the full list.
Andy Serkis returns as ape leader Caesar in the third installment of the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise, which finds the apes squaring off against a ruthless colonel bent on eradicating all threats to humans. Available in 4K and 3D, as well as a box set of the entire trilogy, it comes with a ton of deleted scenes with optional commentary, a making-of doc, and a number of featurettes on different aspects of the film.
Kristen Stewart stars in Olivier Assayas’ mysterious drama about a personal shopper to the stars who attempts to make contact with her deceased twin brother. Released by the Criterion Collection, it comes with a new interview with Assayas, a 2016 Cannes Film Festival press conference with the cast and crew, and an essay by film critic Glenn Kenny.
In a follow-up to his Oscar-winning 2006 documentary, Al Gore examines the progress made in the fight against global warming since the first film. Bonus features include a making-of doc, a OneRepublic music video, and a video of Gore offering a brief summary of the film for an small audience.
Anthony LaPaglia and Miranda Otto star in David F. Sandberg’s (Lights Out) prequel about a grieving 1940s couple who adopt a number of orphans and are terrorized by the titular demonic doll. Extras include deleted scenes, a commentary track a pair of horror shorts, and a pair of making-of featurettes.
T.J. Miller and James Corden provide the voices for this animated film about an emoji unsure of his identity who embarks on a quest to be like everyone else. Special features include a commentary track, a Hotel Transylvania short, a dance-along video, how-to-draw videos for two of the emojis, and more.