New on DVD and Blu-Ray

Criterion pretty easily wins this week with two big-ticket titles, Bill Duke’s drug-war thriller Deep Cover and Lizzie Borden’s ode to sex workers Working Girls. But those are the two major outliers in a week that’s otherwise predominantly films of the early-to-mid 2000s. On the high end, there’s the 4K release of Almost Famous and Shout Factory’s Blu-Ray of The Pianist, in the middle reside the vulgar auteurs, Jaume Collet-Serra with a Scream Factory Blu of his House of Wax remake and Guy Ritchie with a 4K of Snatch (in addition to his newest crime opus Wrath of Man coming out from Warner). And at the very low end, Mill Creek’s budget, most likely shitty-quality Blu-Ray of Saving Silverman.

Almost Famous 4K (Paramount)
Deep Cover (Criterion)
House of Wax (Shout Factory)
Mortal Kombat (Warner)
The Pianist (Shout Factory)
Saving Silverman (Mill Creek)
Sicilia! (Grasshopper)
Skin Deep (Mill Creek)
Snatch 4K (Sony)
Working Girls (Criterion)
Wrath of Man (Warner)