This week on home video, we’ve got Guillermo del Toro’s affectionate homage to classic Japanese monster movies, a female buddy cop comedy, a high seas hijacking, and a slasher remake, followed by a slew television shows and smaller films. Read on for the full list:
Also available this week:
- Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain (64%), a standup comedy film showcasing Hart’s live “Let Me Explain” tour by couching it as a response to criticisms by his friends that his divorce has changed him.
- Dirty Wars (82%), an up-close-and-personal documentary about the US’s covert operations.
- Jug Face (82%), an indie horror film about a pregnant teen trying to escape a backwoods cult that worships an ominous pit in the ground.
- The Colony (14%), starring Laurence Fishburne and Bill Paxton in a sci-fi thriller about a group of survivors in the next ice age defending themselves against a savage outside threat.
- Season 1 of Vikings (78%), about a clan of vikings on the cusp of exploring the world by ship.
- Season 1 of SyFy original series Defiance (59%), set during a future war between humanity and invading aliens seeking refuge.
- Season 2 of Hart of Dixie, the CW drama starring Rachel Bilson as an NYC doctor who relocates to rural Alabama.
- New Blu-rays of two classic 1963 horror films: the original version of The Haunting (86%) and Mario Bava’s anthology film Black Sabbath (86%).
- A new Blu-ray of 1980s comedy Weird Science (56%).
- And lastly, from The Criterion Collection, Georges Franju’s iconic 1960 psychological thriller Eyes Without a Face finally gets a Blu-ray edition.