New on DVD and Blu-Ray

There’s a bizarre number of 90s also-rans out this week, like Universal and Paramount conspired to cater exclusively to 90s kids. Though even that audience might not like the selection here; Kissing a Fool? Circle of Friends? The ’94 Lassie with young Michelle Williams? At least it means we finally have Blu-Rays of two anti-capitalist early DreamWorks classics, Small Soldiers and Mouse Hunt. Other than all that, not much else to report on except Universal’s 4K of Do the Right Thing, which frustratingly lacks many of the Criterion special features to make it the actually definitive release, and Shout Factory’s release of Michael Almereyda’s latest act of cinematic contrarianism, his gleefully anachronistic biopic Tesla.

Anna Lucasta (Kino)
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman (Universal)
Circle of Friends (Universal)
Do the Right Thing 4K (Universal)
Kissing a Fool (Universal)
Ladybugs (Paramount)
Lassie (Paramount)
Let Him Go (Universal)
Mouse Hunt (Paramount)
Prime (Universal)
Small Soldiers (Paramount)
Tesla (Shout Factory)
Yours, Mine & Ours (Paramount)