On DVD This Week: Green Room, The Divergent Series: Allegiant, and More

by | July 11, 2016 | Comments

This week on home video, we’ve got a solid thriller starring the tragically lost Anton Yelchin, the latest film in the Divergent series, a zombie show with a twist, a couple of Certified Fresh indies, and more. Read on for details.

iZombie: Season 2 (2016) 100%

In this CW series loosely based on the DC comic, Rose McIver stars as Liv, a zombie who helps police solve murders by eating dead victims’ brains and absorbing their memories. The secons season, which earned a 100 percent Tomatoemter on 14 reviews, is hits retail this week, but no information on special features is currently available.

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The Dark Horse (2016) 97%

Cliff Curtis stars in this Certified Fresh drama as a mentally ill former chess champion who attempts to rescue his nephew from a life of crime. This release is only available on DVD this week, and there’s no information on special features for this one either.

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Green Room (2016) 90%

This wild, gleefully nasty thriller about a punk band that runs afoul of a racist club owner after witnessing a murder stars Imogen Poots, Patrick Stewart, and, in one of his final screen roles, the late Anton Yelchin. Bonus features include a commentary track with director Jeremy Saulnier and a making-of featurette.

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Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) 87%

Richard Linklater‘s latest is a nearly plotless, freewheeling comedy about a party-hearty college baseball team in the early 1980s. Extras include deleted scenes, a look at 1980s style, and more.

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Miracles from Heaven (2016) 45%

Jennifer Garner stars in this based-on-true-events drama about a mother whose daughter, suffering from an untreatable disease, experiences a miracle after a freak accident. No information on special features is currently available.

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The Divergent Series: Allegiant (2016) 11%

Based on the popular Divergent novel series, this adaptation of the first half of the final book stars Shailene Woodley as Tris Prior, who escapes post-apocalyptic Chicago, only to discover a eugenics proponent leading a community on the outskirts. Bonus features include brief looks at the adaptation process, the characters, the production design, one of the action set pieces, and more.

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Carnival of Souls (1962) 86%

Lastly, the Criterion Collection brings us a new release of Herk Harvey’s 1962 cult classic about a Kansas woman driving to Salt Lake City who is lured by an apparition to an abandoned carnival pavilion. Extras include new interviews and video essays, a documentary on the 1989 reunion of the cast and crew, an update on the film’s shooting locations, outtakes, and more.

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