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On DVD This Week: Deadpool, The Boy, and More

by | May 9, 2016 | Comments

There isn’t a whole lot out on this week on DVD, but we do have a a cheeky superhero flick, a cheeky documentary, and a few less cheeky offerings. Read on for all the details.


Deadpool (2016) 84%

This Certified Fresh love story stars Ryan Reynolds as a man who, upon learning he has terminal cancer, agrees to undergo experimental treatment and, with the help of a few reluctant friends, fights to be reunited with the woman he loves. Special features include two commentary tracks, various photo galleries, deleted scenes, a gag reel, and a collection of videos and stills.

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Where to Invade Next (2016) 79%

Michael Moore’s Certified Fresh documentary finds the controversial filmmaker visiting various countries to glean fresh ideas on solving hot-button issues in the US. This release also comes with no extras.

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Scream: Season 1 (2015) 54%

Based on Wes Craven’s horror franchise of the same name, this spinoff revolves around a small town whose haunted past may be connected to a new cyberbullying murder. The first season is available on DVD this week.

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Synchronicity (2016) 50%

This sci-fi mystery centers on a man who invents a time-traveling machine and journeys to his past to stop a conspiracy. Bonus features include an audio commentary, interviews with the actors and director, and a music video.

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The Boy (2016) 30%

Lauren Cohan stars in this horror film about a woman who’s hired as a nanny to a young boy, only to discover the boy in question is a porcelain doll that may or may not be alive. No extras are listed for this release.

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Regression (2016) 15%

Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke star in this psychological thriller about a cop investigating a young woman’s accusations of cult abuse. Special features include profiles of both Watson’s and Hawke’s characters, as well as some of the supporting cast, and a short making-of doc.

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  • Vits/Vicente Torres

    DEADPOOL – 9/10; THE BOY – 2/10

    I’ll watch REGRESSION, and maybe SYNCHRONICITY.

    • Karl Lanthanimos

      regression is horrible. maybe watch the director’s previous films.

      • Vits/Vicente Torres

        I’ve seen them and I’ve liked them (different grades, though), which is why I want to see this one.

  • I’ll surely watch Deadpool again.

  • mudslide

    Deadpool was good for the first 30 mins…then it got old….

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