New on DVD and Blu-Ray

Kind of a weak week for home video, but that’s all made up for by a little film called Logan Lucky. The grand re-entrance of Steven Soderbergh, it’s a surprisingly shaggy, compassionate movie, owing almost as much to the earnestness of King of the Hill or Magic Mike XXL (what a double-feature that would be) as to the cucumber-cool heist thrills of the Ocean’s movies. And it’s staged with the kind of quiet perfection that most directors would sell their soul to have. I assume the same doesn’t quite go for the other two big new releases this week, Woodshock (the one major blight on A24’s excellent year so far) and Tulip Fever (the Weinstein Company wishes this was their one blight this year). In catalog titles, there’s also not much, but at least we get a special edition of Misery and a Blu-Ray of the amusing Dave Foley vehicle The Wrong Guy.

Animal Factory (Arrow)
Death Laid an Egg (Cult Epics)
The Defiant Ones (Universal)
Doc Hollywood (Warner Archive Collection)
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (Warner Archive Collection)
Logan Lucky (Universal)
Lost in Paris (Oscilloscope)
Misery (Shout Factory)
Moses and Aaron (Grasshopper)
Tulip Fever (Lionsgate)
Walk with Me (Kino)
The Woman in Red (Kino)
Woodshock (Lionsgate)
The Wrong Guy (Kino)