New on DVD and Blu-Ray

Vinegar Syndrome and its many sister labels dominate this week, including a documentary on independent professional wrestling (Fake It So Real), the defining mumblecore movie (Funny Ha Ha), the Asia Argento JT Leroy adaptation (The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things), and a French thriller about the unbearable stress of lower-class labor (Full Time). But it’s all secondary to the big title this week, Carl Franklin’s great One False Move, which the Coen brothers must still be so mad that they didn’t come up with.

The Anderson Tapes (Kino)
Blood Money: Four Classic Westerns ($10,000 Blood Money / Vengeance is Mine / Find a Place to Die / ¡Mátalo! Kill Him) (Arrow)
The Boogeyman 4K (Vinegar Syndrome)
The Broadway Melody (Warner Archive Collection)
Cimarron (Warner Archive Collection)
A Dandy in Aspic (Kino)
Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (Kino)
Dirty Money (Canadian International Pictures)
A Douglas Fairbanks Double Feature: Robin Hood / The Black Pirate (Cohen)
Effects 4K (AGFA)
Fake It So Real (Factory25)
The Fastest Gun Alive (Warner Archive Collection)
Full Time (Music Box Selects)
Funny Ha Ha (Factory25)
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (Dekanalog)
Helen of Troy (Warner Archive Collection)
The Last Time I Saw Paris (Warner Archive Collection)
Needful Things 4K (Kino)
One False Move 4K (Criterion)
Robot Monster 3D (Bayview)
So I Married an Axe Murderer 4K (Sony)
Team America: World Police (Shout Factory)
(the Michael Bay) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4K (Paramount)
Villages of the Damned: Three Horrors from Spain (Vinegar Syndrome)
World War Z 4K (Shout Factory)