This week on home video, we’ve got the final chapter of Phase Two in Marvel’s cinematic universe, an animated spinoff, and a popular television series that met an untimely early demise. Then we’ve got a thriller starring Keanu Reeves, a rebooted action hero, and a couple of choices from Criterion. Read on for the full list:
Paul Rudd stars as Scott Lang, an ex-con who’s recruited by brilliant scientist Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) to execute a daring heist. Donning a suit that allows him to change size, Lang must infiltrate Pym’s old lab in order to ensure that a revolutionary technology doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. Included are a few making-of featurettes, deleted and extended scenes, and a gag reel. Also available this week is the Marvel Phase 2 Collection, which includes every Marvel movie from Iron Man 3 to Ant-Man and a full disc of bonus features.
The adorable pill-shaped henchmen from the Despicable Me series get their own film, in which Minions Stuart, Kevin, and Bob search for a worthy master and ultimately team up with the nefarious Scarlett and Herb Overkill (voiced by Sandra Bullock and Jon Hamm). Extras include three animated shorts, a deleted scene, and a number of featurettes.
Mads Mikkelsen stars as the famed Hannibal Lecter, who counsels a troubled criminal profiler (Hugh Dancy) tasked with helping the FBI track down serial killers. The season three set includes bonus features on each of its three discs, including commentary tracks, deleted scenes, producers cuts, and more.
Keanu Reeves stars in Eli Roth’s home invasion thriller about an architect who allows a couple of stranded young women into his home during a rainstorm and becomes victim to their sadistic games. Special features include a commentary track, deleted scenes, and a making-of featurette.
Ed Skrein attempts to fill the shoes left behind by Jason Statham in this reboot of the action franchise, which finds its hero lured into the criminal underworld by a femme fatale. Three featurettes cover the character of Frank Martin, the deadly women of the film, and the driving action.
Lastly, we have a couple of choices from the Criterion Collection. The first is Harold Lloyd final film, in which he stars as a down-and-out New Yorker who decides to help save the city’s last horse-drawn streetcar. Bonus features include a new commentary track, a selection of rare archival footage of Babe Ruth (he has a cameo in the movie), some of Lloyd’s own home movies, and more.
The second Criterion offering comes in the form of Japanese visual artist Takashi Murakami’s feature debut, about a young boy who moves to a new town, befriends a jellyfish-like creature, and discovers his classmates all have similar friends. Extras include a behind-the-scenes doc, an interview with Murakami, and more.