This week on home video, we’ve got a solid horror thriller, a couple of well-received Disney films, a feelgood holiday movie, an unusual dark comedy, and more. Read on for the full list.
Stephen Lang stars in this tense reversal of a home invasion thriller, in which a trio of thieves are systematically hunted down by the blind man whose home they assumed would make for an easy heist. Special features include five featurettes, a commentary track, and deleted scenes with commentary from director Fede Alvarez.
Oakes Fegley, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Robert Redford star in this remake of the Disney film about a young orphaned boy lost in the wild who befriends a dragon and tries to keep him secret from the local townsfolk. Bonus features include a director’s diary, inside looks at the shooting locations and design of the dragon, music videos, and more.
Alyvia Alyn Lind stars as a young Dolly Parton in the country music icon’s autobiographical tale, which recounts her tough upbringing in Tennessee. No information on special features is currently available.
Ruby Barnhill and Mark Rylance star in this Disney adaptation of the Roal Dahl novel about a young girl who becomes friends with a giant and helps him stop a group of other giants who eat humans. Extras include a look at the adaptation process, an animated short, a tutorial on the BFG’s quirky vocabulary, and more.
This odd horror comedy centers on a father-son duo who find themselves at odd with each other when they both fall for the same woman on a disco walking tour. Special features include a commentary track and cast and crew interviews.
Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders reprise their roles as the oft-intoxicated social climbers of the popular 1990s British comedy for a big screen adventure that finds the pair fleeing from the paparazzi to the French Riviera. Bonus features include outtakes and deleted scenes, a look at Dame Edna’s work on screen, and eight making-of featurettes.
By most accounts, this appears to be a fairly terrible movie (full disclosure: we haven’t seen it), but we felt compelled to include it in today’s column because its poster is kind of amazing. For those of you inclined to buy it, though, this odd martial arts action flick from 1976 includes a commentary track, outtakes, interviews, and more.