In-home Releases: July 10, 2018
New films and TV shows have been released on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital HD today (July 10, 2018), including new Criterion Collection films. Some of these releases are on single discs while others come in large collections, filled with extras, behind-the-scenes footage, and cloud capabilities. Below you find a listing of those films and TV programs.
Our Picks of the Best DVDs, Blu-rays, 4K Ultras, and Digital HDs Out Today
Thoughts on This Week’s In-home Releases
Leading off my pick for the number one film released on home video for the week is 2018’s A Quiet Place. Starring Emily Blunt, the film chronicles a post-apocalyptic world in which aliens have conquered, and they are drawn to any noise. Directed by Blunt’s husband, John Krasinski, the film was a surprise hit with audiences and critics. I thoroughly enjoyed A Quiet Place, it has very good performances from the entire cast, has some intense moments of horror, and the creature design for the aliens was very original. Emily Blunt has been on fire at the box office since her role in 2014’s Edge of Tomorrow, and continues to show her acting prowess.
Also releasing this week is the political docudrama Chappaquiddick. The film details the true story of Ted Kennedy’s involvement in the fatal 1969 car accident that claimed the life of a young campaign strategist and the following cover-up. Starring Jason Clarke (in one of his best-acted performances) as Ted, the film gives us a nuanced, honest look at the Kennedy family dynamics, and how their reach in politics was far. The crash was something that Ted was unfortunately never brought to justice for, and the film tries to give some solace to the family.
Also releasing this week courtesy of Sony is The Equalizer on 4K Blu-ray.
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