We’ve always covered the biggest movies coming out on home video for RT on DVD, but in years past, TV coverage has been limited to just a handful of releases we thought were particularly notable. Now that the Rotten Tomatoes TV Zone is up and running, you can expect to see a lot more television showing up here, and it all begins this week with Iron Man 3, Room 237, Hannibal Season 1, and the complete seventh series of the BBC’s Doctor Who, plus more. Read on for the full list:
Also available this week:
- The Certified Fresh My Brother the Devil (91%), about two brothers from an Arab family in England who are headed down very different life paths.
- Another Certified Fresh film, Israeli drama Fill the Void (84%), about a young girl who must decide whether or not to honor her mother’s wishes by marrying her sister’s widowed husband.
- Canadian drama Laurence Anyways (82%), also Certified Fresh, chronicling the relationship between a French teacher and his fiancee after he confesses to her that he wishes to become a woman.
- Unfinished Song (64%), starring Gemma Arterton and Terence Stamp in a dramedy about an old curmudgeon who slowly rediscovers joy after he’s introduced to a local singing group.
- Set 7 of ITV’s Foyle’s War (100%), which stars Michael Kitchen as a detective in World War II-era England.
- Season 16 of South Park (100%), Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s irreverent and hilarious animated series.
- Season 4 of Emmy-winning sitcom Modern Family (67%), centered around a gruff patriarch (Ed O’Neill) and the quirky families of his children.
- Volume 11 of Seth MacFarlane’s animated Fox series Family Guy (100%), which includes the show’s 200th episode.
- A 35th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray of Halloween (94%) is available, featuring new commentary with John Carpenter and Jamie Lee Curtis, a new featurette, and a number of extras ported over from previous releases.
- An Ultimate Collector’s Edition Blu-ray box set of The Dark Knight Trilogy, which includes extras from the previous Trilogy set, plus Hot Wheels miniatures of the vehicles, a hardcover book, art cards, and about 90 minutes of new special features.
- And lastly, The Criterion Collection is releasing a collection of three films by Roberto Rossellini: Stromboli (80%), Europe ’51 (N/A), and Journey to Italy (100%).