New on DVD and Blu-Ray

We’ve got plenty of good stuff out this week, especially if you’re looking for some Spooktober viewing. We’ve got another vulgar auteur making good with a creature feature, with Alexandre Aja’s Crawl, a 4K remaster of Hellboy (the good Hellboy, though not the great Hellboy II; that got a 4K release in May), Rob Zombie’s follow-up to The Devil’s Rejects, 3 from Hell, Criterion’s reissue of the classic horror/essay film Haxan, and a Blu-Ray of an extended version of Mike Flanagan’s Haunting of Hill House series. But I’ve decided it would be funny if I said that the big title this week is Stuber, so that’s the bit I’m committing to. Stuber is noteworthy for having the worst title of all time and for ushering in the era of Disney-owned Fox with a dispiriting shrug. Buy Stuber now before it goes into the Disney Vault and people forget that there was a comedy version of Collateral directed by the guy who did Goon, and that it wasn’t half as good as that description made it sound like.

3 from Hell (Lionsgate)
And Soon the Darkness (Kino)
The Art of Self-Defense (Universal)
Crawl (Paramount)
The Fearless Vampire Killers (Warner Archive Collection)
The Haunting of Hill House (Paramount)
Hellboy 4K (Sony)
Häxan (Criterion)
Killer Nun (Arrow)
The Omen Collection (Shout Factory)
Our Hospitality (Kino)
A Simple Twist of Fate (Kino)
Stuber (Fox)
Twin Peaks: The Television Collection (Paramount)