This week on home video, we’ve got Ron Howard’s recent sports drama, an animated sequel, a couple of reality/fiction hybrid films, a Vegas comedy, two notable TV shows, and more. Read on for the full list:
Also available this week:
- Concussion (74%), a drama about a woman who experiences a sexual awakening and begins living a double life after her son’s baseball knocks her out.
- Dark Touch (73%), a horror film about a young girl who survives the brutal murder of her family and is moved into a loving foster home, only to realize she may have had a hand in the massacre.
- The Fifth Estate (37%), starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Brühl in a biopic about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg as they built the infamous information dissemination website that changed information security in the digital age.
- The Criterion Collection has a new film out: Terence Davies’ non-linear autobiographical film The Long Day Closes (75%) comes out in a new DVD/Blu-ray combo package.
- And lastly, Universal is attempting to capitalize on the building Oscar fervor by releasing new Blu-rays of several of its Oscar-nominated films, including Apollo 13 (95%), E.T. (98%), Jaws (98%), Peter Jackson’s King Kong (84%), An American Werewolf in London (91%), Spartacus (96%), and yes, even Wanted (71%) and Snow White and the Huntsman (48%).