There isn’t a whole lot out on this week on DVD, but we do have a a cheeky superhero flick, a cheeky documentary, and a few less cheeky offerings. Read on for all the details.

Deadpool (2016) 85%

This Certified Fresh love story stars Ryan Reynolds as a man who, upon learning he has terminal cancer, agrees to undergo experimental treatment and, with the help of a few reluctant friends, fights to be reunited with the woman he loves. Special features include two commentary tracks, various photo galleries, deleted scenes, a gag reel, and a collection of videos and stills.

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Where to Invade Next (2015) 79%

Michael Moore’s Certified Fresh documentary finds the controversial filmmaker visiting various countries to glean fresh ideas on solving hot-button issues in the US. This release also comes with no extras.

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Based on Wes Craven’s horror franchise of the same name, this spinoff revolves around a small town whose haunted past may be connected to a new cyberbullying murder. The first season is available on DVD this week.

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Synchronicity (2015) 48%

This sci-fi mystery centers on a man who invents a time-traveling machine and journeys to his past to stop a conspiracy. Bonus features include an audio commentary, interviews with the actors and director, and a music video.

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The Boy (2016) 29%

Lauren Cohan stars in this horror film about a woman who’s hired as a nanny to a young boy, only to discover the boy in question is a porcelain doll that may or may not be alive. No extras are listed for this release.

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Regression (2015) 15%

Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke star in this psychological thriller about a cop investigating a young woman’s accusations of cult abuse. Special features include profiles of both Watson’s and Hawke’s characters, as well as some of the supporting cast, and a short making-of doc.

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Wes Craven, the influential horror director behind such genre classics as A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, died Sunday, Aug. 30 after a battle with brain cancer. He was 76.

Craven’s films are among horror cinema’s most indelible and iconic. Freddy Krueger, whose blade-fingered reign of terror began in Craven’s 1984 classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, is arguably the definitive big-screen boogeyman of the 1980s, and his Scream films showed that Craven could juggle self-referential laughs with bone chilling scares.

Born in Cleveland in 1939, Craven worked as a professor at several colleges before getting a job as a sound engineer at a post-production company in New York City (he also worked on adult productions using a pseudonym). Craven’s first film was a major success; the low-budget proto-slasher movie The Last House on the Left was a brutal tale of murder and revenge that sparked controversy and threats of censorship as well as admiration for its uncommon intelligence (its story borrowed heavily from Ingmar Bergman’s The Virgin Spring). Craven went on to direct The Hills Have Eyes (1977), about a family of cannibals, and Swamp Thing (1982), based on the DC comics character, before hitting the jackpot with A Nightmare on Elm Street (featuring Johnny Depp in his big-screen debut).

In addition to his work in horror films, Craven also directed the 1999 drama Music of the Heart starring Meryl Streep as a violin teacher; and the Hitchcockian thriller Red Eye, starring Rachel McAdams as an airplane passenger trying to outwit a terrorist played by Cillian Murphy. Craven’s last directorial credit was Scream 4, though he was an executive producer on the 2015 Scream TV series. He is survived by his wife, Iya Labunka, and two children from a previous marriage.

Craven shared his Five Favorite Films with RT in 2009. For Craven’s complete filmography on Rotten Tomatoes, click here.

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