Thursday, November 5, 2015

New DVD Releases: November 2015 In Home Entertainment

Thanks to Black Friday and savvy marketing, November is the true start of the holiday season, which means plenty of big releases along with specialty box sets are coming out in the next couple of months. Be sure to keep an eye out for our list of best Blu-ray and DVD releases this year, but for now, you can check out all the big releases coming out in November of 2015. Unless otherwise noted, sets come in both Blu-ray, DVD and Digital.

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November 3

Inside Out Blu-rayDisney and Pixar’s latest venture, Inside Out features a plot that is far more complex than most animated films, following the inner workings of a little girl, Riley’s, mind as she tries to grasp the complexities of new emotions. It shouldn’t work, but somehow the movie fearlessly tackles Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) adjusting to a new life in San Francisco through her inner feelings-- Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. It's the type of movie that allows its viewers to feel all sorts of emotions, helped along by the perfect cast, with Amy Poehler as Joy and Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black and Mindy Kaling all taking major roles.  

Walt Disney Home Entertainment’s release of Inside Out comes with a whole bunch of bonus features, but like Inside Out itself, most are geared towards older audiences, focusing on the animation process or the way the human mind works (complex stuff). The Blu-ray and DVD copies both include some fun extras, too, in the form of deleted scenesand the "Lava Short" film which features a sweet ditty about how two volcanoes came together to form one landmass and spend their days growing old together. Fans of the film can also enjoy the new "Riley’s First Date" short.  

Game Of Thrones: The Complete First Season Blu-ray SteelbookThere’s something about a steelbook that is a little more exciting than a regular Blu-ray. Fans needn’t worry about flimsy plastic packaging or the abrasive blue color of the Blu-ray detracting from the movie or TV show’s marketing. HBO’s home entertainment division is releasing a couple of these lovely collector’s editions for its seminal hit Game of Thrones this week, and they are good for avid fans of the show. If you haven’t caught the opening episodes of Game of Thrones yet, this probably isn’t the set for you, but it is a bit fun to revisit the episodes and see Robb (Richard Madden), Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Arya (Maisie Williams), Sansa (Sophie Turner) and the rest of the Starks still living in relative peace in the calm before the storm.  

The set features a transparent outer shell listing the bonus features and some quotes from critics. Once you pull it out, you’ll find a set featuring the backdrop from the intro credits and focusing on Winterfell. A collectible magnet with the Stark sigil can be magnetized to the box (or your fridge, if you so desire). If you already own a copy of the Season 1 Blu-ray, you’ll find similar bonus features with this set; they include the "making of" featurettes and several dragon eggs present with the original Blu-ray. The crown gem, however, is the new sound. Dolby Atmos was included with the Game of Thrones: The Complete First Season Blu-ray, amping up the sound and making it even closer to the theatrical experience—a sticker on the front will tell you this set is the first of its kind to try out the sound experience. It’s also backwards compatible on older Dolby equipment. If you’d like a copy to look pretty on a shelf, you can order the steelbook over at Amazon.  

Game Of Thrones: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray SteelbookSince the Game of Thrones Season 1 steelbook focused on the Starks, it’s fitting that the Season 2 steelbook focuses on the Lannisters, especially considering King’s Landing is the location of most of Joffrey’s machinations in this season, along with the famed battle of the Blackwater. Similar to the Season 1 set, a collectible magnet and a digital copy of the season are both available, as is the brand new Dolby Atmos sound.  

Season 2 picks up with Arya’s escape from King’s Landing. Joffrey is still behaving errationally and tries to kill courtier and knight Ser Dontos on his nameday, until Sansa intercedes. Elsewhere, the rangers are still North of the Wall and Stannis Baratheon plots to take over the seven kingdoms himself. Of course a lot happens throughout the season and a lot has happened on the HBO drama since, but Season 2 still features some incredibly exciting episodes that are worth revisiting. In terms of bonus features, these steelbooks aren’t anything special, but if you haven’t perused a Game of Thrones disc before, the bonus features—especially the audio commentaries—are usually good for a lot of additional, interesting information. Go ahead and check out the two commentaries on "Blackwater," clearly the standout episode of the season. And order your own steelbook here.  

The 10th Kingdom 15th Anniversary Special Edition Blu-rayBack in 2000, NBC aired a 5-night miniseries, which follows a young waitress named Virginia Lewis (Kimberly Williams) who encounters some fantasy characters from fairytales—including the handsome big bad wolf (Scott Cohen)--and ends up falling into their world with her father (John Larroquette) acting as a tag-a-long. At the time the miniseries was pretty popular, helped along by some heavy marketing by the Hallmark Company, which produced the epic and a novelization with the same name that was later released by Kathryn Wesley. While DVD versions were first released by Mill Creek Entertainment, the 15th Anniversary Special Blu-ray goes a step further, bringing the show to life on glorious HD.  

It should be noted that The 10th Kingdom is 15 years old at this point, and despite having a sizable budget for its time, the quality of special effects at the time just doesn’t hold a candle to big budget fodder like Supergirl or Game of Thrones these days. But the glory of the story is how it twists and changes our perspective of fairytale characters, years before Once Upon A Time attempted the same sort of feat. If you watched the original, it’s likely you enjoy the new Blu-ray set, which also comes with a "making of" featurette (although that’s nothing to write home about). And if you’ve never caught this gem of a fantasy series, you might want to give it a watch, goofy special effects and all.  

Other November 3 Blu-ray And DVD Releases
Outlander: Season 1 - The Ultimate Collection
Toy Story That Time Forgot
That '70s Show: The Complete Series
Black Sails: The Complete Second Season
Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas DVD 
Getting On: The Complete Second Season
The 10th Kingdom 15th Anniversary Special Edition
A Lego Brickumentary
The End of the Tour 
Before We Go
She’s Funny That Way
Doctor Who: Series 9 –Part One
Anne of Green Gables 30th Anniversary
Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas
A.D. The Bible Continues
Some Kind of Hate (exclusively at Best Buy) 

Week of November 3 Digital ReleasesBallers Season 1 (November 2) 


November 10 Blu-ray And DVD ReleasesTerminator Genisys (also in 3D)
Mr. Holmes
Better Call Saul: Season One
Kirt Cobain: Montage of Heck
Enchanted Kingdom 3d
Pay the Ghost 

Week of November 10 Early Digital ReleasesTrue Detective Season 2 (November 9)
American Ultra
Shaun The Sheep Movie 

November 17

November 17 Blu-ray And DVD ReleasesThe Man From U.N.C.L.E
We Are Your Friends
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Extended Edition Blu-ray
The Collected Works of Hayao Miyazaki
The Hobbit: The Motion Picture Trilogy Extended Edition (Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray) 

Week of November 17 Early Digital ReleasesAnt-Man
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
Fantastic 4 (November 20) 

November 24

November 24 Blu-ray And DVD ReleasesShaun The Sheep Movie
Ricki and the Flash
No Escape
American Ultra
Doctor Who: Christmas Specials Giftset with Tardis Speakers
Inside Amy Schumer: Season 3 

Week of November 24 Early Digital ReleasesMinions
Ted 2 


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