New on DVD and Blu-Ray

There’s so much to talk about this week, from revelatory 4Ks of the middle two Mad Maxes to Paramount not only restoring Milos Forman’s Ragtime for Blu-Ray but also presenting a never-before-seen, 20-minute-longer workprint cut of it. And if you’ve been reading my Revolution articles, the depravity of Christmas with the Kranks can finally be yours in sparkling HD. But three of the biggest titles this week (at least for yours truly) all hail from 2001, and are all in their own ways nightmares of pop culture and shifting identities: David Lynch’s consensus masterpiece Mulholland Drive (Criterion’s long-awaited first step into 4K), Cameron Crowe’s still-underrated poison-pen letter to himself Vanilla Sky, and the greatest movie ever made, Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan’s justly reclaimed Josie and the Pussycats. Join the army.

Angels Hard as They Come (Shout Factory)
The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (Warner)
Brady Bunch: 2-Movie Collection (Paramount)
Breakheart Pass (Kino)
Candyman (Universal)
Christmas with the Kranks (Sony)
Cryptozoo (Magnolia)
The Deceivers (Cohen)
The Eyes of Tammy Faye (Disney)
Flag Day (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Game 6 (Ronin Flix)
Josie and the Pussycats (Mill Creek)
Jungle Cruise (Disney)
M. Butterfly (Shout Factory)
Mad Max: The Road Warrior 4K (Warner)
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome 4K (Warner)
Maniac Cop 2 4K (Blue Underground)
Mulholland Drive 4K (Criterion)
National Velvet (Warner Archive Collection)
Once Upon a Time in China: The Complete Films (Criterion)
Prisoners of the Ghostland (RLJ)
Ragtime (Paramount)
Some Came Running (Warner Archive Collection)
Vanilla Sky (Paramount)
Wife of a Spy (Kino)