New on DVD and Blu-Ray

Not the most exciting week for home video releases, but there’s fun to be had, most notably with the wallflower-approved Into the Night, coming to Blu-Ray from Shout Factory just in time to cash in on everyone’s newfound case of Goldblum Fever (I dunno what their releases of the two Darkman sequels are cashing in on, though). There’s also Criterion’s release of the screwball classic The Philadelphia Story, two spaghetti westerns coming out from Kino, and the Warner Archive Collection upgrading the coming-of-age tale Summer of ’42. As for new titles, eh? There’s two good seasons of television, with The Crown and Westworld, the acclaimed Japanese body-swap drama Your Name, the semi-divisive social-media black comedy Ingrid Goes West, and Andrzej Wadja’s swan-song Afterimage. On a lower rung are the unfortunately disappointing The Glass Castle and the utterly abominable-looking Patti Cake$, the latest in the long line of shrink-wrapped Sundance crowdpleasers that fell flat on their face when shown to the outside world. And Cars 3 is in there somewhere too, I guess.

Afterimage (Film Movement)
Cars 3 (Disney)
The Crown: The Complete First Season (Sony)
Darkman II: The Return of Durant (Shout Factory)
Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (Shout Factory)
Death Rides a Horse (Kino)
The Glass Castle (Lionsgate)
Ingrid Goes West (Universal)
Into the Night (Shout Factory)
Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait (Cohen)
The Mercenary (Kino)
Patti Cake$ (Fox)
The Philadelphia Story (Criterion)
Summer of ’42 (Warner Archive Collection)
Westworld: Season One (Warner)
Your Name (FUNimation)