Digital Week

Blu-rays of the Week Beowulf (ITV) This ten-part, eight-hour mini-series “reboots” the Old English classic for the binge-watch generation, with impressive production values comprising first-rate costumes, sets and photography, and ...

Blu-rays of the Week Les Cowboys (Cohen Media) In screenwriter Thomas Bidegain’s auspicious directorial debut, a teenager girl’s disappearance takes over the lives of her father and younger brother, disrupting ...

Blu-rays of the Week Banshee—Complete 4th Season (Cinemax) The final season of this ultraviolent crime drama doesn’t really pick up steam until the fourth episode, when Eliza Dishku appears as ...

Blu-rays of the Week Central Intelligence (Warner Bros) Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart team up for this latest “odd couple” comedy about high school chums who get together 20 years ...

Blu-rays of the Week Beauty and the Beast—25th Anniversary Edition (Disney) Disney’s best animated feature since its late ‘80s renaissance, this 1991 classic has hummable songs, glorious visuals and a ...

Blu-rays of the Week Captain America—Civil War (Marvel) The latest superhero blockbuster (more than $400 million at the U.S. box office) is one of the most bloated yet, with a ...

Blu-rays of the Week A Boy Named Charlie Brown / Snoopy Come Home (CBS) At the height of his comic strip’s popularity—which became even more celebrated with TV specials like ...

Blu-rays of the Week Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail / Poliuto (Opus Arte) Two recent productions from Glyndebourne—England’s premier summer opera festival—are 200-year-old works that are used to comment on ...

Blu-rays of the Week Ash vs. Evil Dead—Complete 1st Season (Starz) The original Evil Dead movies, which sprayed sophomoric humor and gore all over the screen, became cult items, and ...

Blu-rays of the Week Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Warner Archive) Tennessee Williams’ once-daring Pulitzer Prize-winning play about desperate Maggie the Cat and her uninterested husband Brick was made ...

Blu-rays of the Week Female Prisoner Scorpion—The Complete Collection (Arrow) These four cult films following the travails of Scorpion, who after her time in prison vows to get back at ...

Blu-rays of the Week Confirmation (HBO) Although she is front and center as Anita Hill in this alternately rote and involving biopic about the controversial 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings ...

Blu-rays of the Week Barbershop—The Next Cut (Warner Bros) For much of its running time, this quite belated sequel has very little happening: its shaggy-dog plot strands allow its characters ...

Blu-rays of the Week Belladonna of Sadness (Cinelicious) This 1973 animated classic by renowned anime director Eiichi Yamamoto tells a terrifying tale of revenge that’s also quite erotic: its brilliantly ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Adderall Diaries / The Green Room (A24/Lionsgate) Stephen Elliott’s book The Adderall Diaries makes a bumpy transition to film: novice writer-director Pamela Romanowsky can’t balance ...