DVD Release Calendar: June 2012

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  • Publish Date: May 29, 2012

May 29

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posterBlu-ray and DVD Coriolanus 79 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Ralph Fiennes makes his directorial debut and stars in an adaptation of Shakespeare's violent tragedy. The action is transported to the present day (think gun battles and explosions, though it retains much of the original dialogue), as a general-turned-politician seeks a brutal revenge on the city that banished him. Vanessa Redgrave, Gerard Butler, and Jessica Chastain help round out the cast.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Goon 64 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Sean William Scott stars as a bouncer turned semi-pro hockey player (specifically, an enforcer who uses his fists more than his stick) in a comedy based on the life story of Doug Smith, which was captured in the book he co-wrote with Adam Frattasio, Goon: The True Story of an Unlikely Journey into Minor League Hockey. Jay Baruchel (who also stars) and Evan Goldberg (Superbad 76) wrote the script, and Michael Dowse (Take Me Home Tonight 42) directs. The cast includes Liev Schreiber, who plays a rival enforcer, as well as Alison Pill and Eugene Levy.

posterBlu-ray and DVD We Need to Talk About Kevin 68 + Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Lynne Ramsay’s adaptation of Lionel Shriver’s novel We Need To Talk About Kevin stars Tilda Swinton as a mother struggling to come to terms with the horrible actions taken by her sociopathic son, played by Afterschool’s Ezra Miller. John C. Reilly plays the father, and Radiohead’s Johnny Greenwood provides the score (as he did for There Will Be Blood). This is Ramsay’s first film since 2002’s Morvern Callar 78, and her style combined with the difficult subject matter didn't sit well with some viewers and critics, though reviews were still mostly positive, and Swinton was universally praised.

More new releases on May 29, 2012
51 DVD 96 Minutes Brittany Snow, Evan Ross Add to Queue
36 Blu-ray and DVD Gone Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley Add to Queue
44 DVD Lula, the Son of Brazil Portugese-language drama Add to Queue
40 DVD Man on a Ledge Jamie Bell, Sam Worthington Add to Queue
  DVD One Direction - Up All Night: The Live Tour Concert performance  
73 Blu-ray and DVD Sing Your Song Documentary about Harry Belafonte Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Summer Interlude (1951) Criterion Collection  
  Blu-ray and DVD Summer with Monika (1953)Criterion Collection  
TV on DVD
  DVD Degrassi: The Next Generation Season 11 Part 1  
  DVD Drop Dead Diva Season 3  
  DVD Maverick Season 1  
  Blu-ray and DVD Rookie Blue Season 2  
  DVD Royal Pains Season 3 Vol. 2  
74 Blu-ray and DVD True Blood Season 4  
  DVD Wing Commander Academy The Complete Series  

June 5

posterBlu-ray and DVD Act of Valor 40 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

The intent behind this modest box office hit from February is admirable: depict the bravery and skill of U.S. Navy SEALs by using real-life active-duty SEALs in the cast. It's too bad the script they had to work with was so mediocre and the movie comes across, as Rolling Stone's Peter Travers puts it, like a "recruiting poster." Even the film's biggest critics, however, had praise for the action sequences.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Breaking Bad: Season 4 96

Emmy nominations won't be announced for another month and a half, but you can bet on the words "Breaking Bad" being read multiple times, as television's best current drama just keeps getting better with each passing season. Season 4 finds Bryan Cranston's Walter White embracing his dark side more than ever before, features stellar supporting performances by Aaron Paul and Giancarlo Esposito, and ends in an explosive finale that includes perhaps the single most memorable scene of the past year. You'll want to catch up now before the fifth and final season begins on July 15.

posterBlu-ray and DVD John Carter 51 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Here's the secret about John Carter, the now notorious box office flop that cost Disney studio head Rich Ross his job earlier this year: a lot of people actually liked it, even if it was at times a jumbled mess. Taylor Kitsch stars as John Carter, a Confederate captain who wakes up to find himself on Mars and stuck in the middle of another, completely different civil war in this adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ A Princess of Mars, the first novel in his 11-volume Barsoom series. (Those other 10 novels probably will not be coming to a theater near you). Even the critics who didn't much care for Pixar director Andrew Stanton’s (WALL-E 94) live-action debut still had praise for the look of the film, so that $250 million production budget wasn't completely wasted.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Journey 2: The Mysterious Island 41 +Queue Watch Trailer

A sequel to Journey to the Center of the Earth 57 without Brendan Fraser? It's true, and it's about as bad as you'd expect (though that would be the case with or without Fraser's presence.) Josh Hutcherson returns as Sean Anderson, but instead of going on another adventure with his uncle, he joins up with his mother’s boyfriend, played by Dwayne Johnson, and sets off on a quest to find his missing grandfather (Michael Caine). Luis Guzman and Vanessa Hudgens are also along for the ride under the guidance of director Brad Peyton (Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore 30).

posterBlu-ray and DVD Safe House 52 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Swedish director Daniel Espinosa’s first Hollywood film stars Denzel Washington as a former U.S. intelligence operative turned prisoner whom Ryan Reynolds must protect after their safe house is compromised. The above-average cast also includes Vera Farmiga, Brendan Gleeson, Sam Shepard, Robert Patrick, Rubén Blades, and Joel Kinnaman (who also starred in Espinosa’s breakout hit Snabba Cash, which has been retitled Easy Money and will finally get a U.S. release on July 27).

posterBlu-ray and DVD Yellow Submarine (1968) Add to Netflix Queue

The trippy 1968 animated film based on The Beatles' music gets a new DVD and Blu-ray release this week after being out of print for years, and fans should be impressed with the result. For this high-resolution release, the film has been painstakingly restored by hand, frame-by-frame, while new extras include a making-of documentary, audio commentary from the film's producer and art director, and a 16-page booklet featuring an essay by superfan (and Pixar head) John Lasseter. The soundtrack album will also get a (separate) re-release on the same day.

More new releases on June 5, 2012
73 DVD Declaration of War French drama Add to Queue
51 Blu-ray and DVD Hit So Hard Documentary about Hole drummer Patty Schemel Add to Queue
57 Blu-ray and DVD How to Live Forever Documentary Add to Queue
43 Blu-ray and DVD Machine Gun Preacher Gerard Butler, Michelle Monaghan Add to Queue
74 DVD The Woodmans Documentary Add to Queue
Older movies debuting on Blu-ray
64 Blu-ray Blood Work (2002) Clint Eastwood, Jeff Daniels  
  Blu-ray Cocktail (1988) Tom Cruise  
  Blu-ray The Color of Money (1986) Paul Newman, Tom Cruise  
  Blu-ray The Grapes of Wrath (1940) Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell  
  Blu-ray Hoosiers (1986) Gene Hackman, Dennis Hopper  
  Blu-ray A Perfect World (1993) Kevin Costner, Clint Eastwood  
60 Blu-ray Ransom (1996) Mel Gibson  
59 Blu-ray Scent of a Woman (1992) Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell  
  Blu-ray Sea of Love (1989) Al Pacino, Ellen Barkin  
  Blu-ray The Sting (1973) Paul Newman, Robert Redford  
47 Blu-ray U.S. Marshals (1998) Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes  
TV on DVD
  DVD American Pickers Volume 3  
  Blu-ray and DVD Arn: The Knight Templar Complete Series  
  DVD Babar Season 1  
  DVD Burn Notice Season 5  
  DVD CatDog Season 2, Part 2  
85 DVD Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 8  
  DVD Doc Martin Series 5  
59 DVD Fairly Legal Season 1  
71 Blu-ray and DVD Falling Skies Season 1  
  DVD Heartland Season 2  
  DVD Hell's Kitchen Season 7  
  DVD In Plain Sight Season 4  
  DVD The Layover Season 1  
63 DVD Necessary Roughness Season 1  
  DVD New Tricks Season 7  
  DVD Pretty Little Liars Season 2  
  DVD Rags to Riches Complete Series  
  DVD Top Gear Season 18  
  Blu-ray The Twilight Zone Complete Series  
  DVD White Collar Season 3  
  Blu-ray and DVD Workaholics Season 2 [DVD] / Season 1+2 [Blu-ray]  

June 12

posterBlu-ray and DVD Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 32 +Queue Watch Trailer

You'd think it would be hard for this sequel to be even worse than the original 2007 film Ghost Rider 35, but never underestimate Nicolas Cage. Spirit of Vengeance once again stars Cage as Johnny Blaze, a motorcycle stunt rider who has been transformed into the flaming supernatural badass Ghost Rider. Joining him this time out is Idris Elba (The Wire) as Johnny’s sidekick Moreau, Johnny Whitworth as villain Blackout, and the Highlander himself, Christopher Lambert, as the monk Methodius. The film’s directors are Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, who are known for their kinetic, hands-on approach, but don't watch this expecting another Crank.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Harold and Maude (1971) Criterion Collection

It's a big week for Criterion Collection releases (also out are the Charlie Chaplin classic The Gold Rush and Danny Boyle's nifty debut Shallow Grave), but we're partial to Hal Ashby's 1971 dark comedy about a death-obsessed young man (Bud Cort) who forms an unlikely relationship with a 79-year-old woman (Ruth Gordon). The cult classic (featuring music by Cat Stevens throughout) was named by AFI as one of the 100 funniest American movies of all time, and this new Criterion release includes a new digital restoration and commentary by Ashby biographer Nick Dawson.

posterBlu-ray and DVD In Darkness 74 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Nominated for a foreign language Oscar, In Darkness is a claustrophobic Holocaust tale about a profiteer who helps Jews evade Nazi capture in the sewers of German-occupied Poland. The drama comes from director Agnieszka Holland (Europa, Europa, TV's The Wire), and most critics liked the film, though a few found it a dimly lit, inferior version of Schindler's List.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 48 +Queue Trailer

Director Guy Ritchie and stars Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, and Rachel McAdams all return for their second go at the legendary literary character Sherlock Holmes; they're joined by Noomi Rapace as a gypsy, Stephen Fry as Sherlock’s brother Mycroft, and Jared Harris as Sherlock’s arch nemesis, Professor Moriarty. This time, the action carries over to France, as Holmes attempts to uncover a vast conspiracy that could change the course of history. Critics weren't overly impressed, and if you're looking for a less tedious take on Holmes, consider the recent BBC miniseries (just released on DVD) instead.

More new releases on June 12, 2012
29 DVD Don't Go in the Woods Horror musical Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD The Gold Rush (1925/1942) Criterion Collection; Charlie Chaplin  
43 Blu-ray and DVD Tyler Perry's Good Deeds Tyler Perry Add to Queue
64 Blu-ray and DVD The Hedgehog French dramedy Add to Queue
14 Blu-ray and DVD A Little Bit of Heaven Kate Hudson, Gael Garcia Bernal Add to Queue
  DVD Ranchero Indie drama Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Shallow Grave (1994) Criterion Collection; dir. by Danny Boyle Add to Queue
60 Blu-ray and DVD Thin Ice Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin, Billy Crudup Add to Queue
Older movies debuting on Blu-ray
  Blu-ray Meatballs (1979) Bill Murray  
TV on DVD
  DVD Decoded Season 2  
61 Blu-ray and DVD Entourage Season 8  
73 DVD Episodes Season 1  
55 DVD GCB Season 1  
  DVD Gene Simmons: Family Jewels Season 6  
56 DVD Missing Season 1  
  DVD The Sarah Jane Adventures Season 5  
64 DVD Scandal Season 1  
67 Blu-ray and DVD Too Big to Fail Made-for-HBO movie Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Tosh.0 Vol. 1 ("Hoodies")  
  DVD The Tribe Series 1, Part 1  

June 19

posterBlu-ray and DVD Jeff Who Lives at Home 60 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

The writer-director-brother tandem of Jay and Mark Duplass (Cyrus 74, The Puffy Chair 73) return with another quirky, semi-improvised comedy, this time centering on a 30-year-old stoner (Jason Segel) who still lives with his mother (Susan Sarandon) and helps his more career-oriented brother (Ed Helms) investigate whether his wife (Judy Greer) is cheating on him. Despite that strong cast, critics felt the film was less successful than the brothers' previous work.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Louie: Season 2 90

Yes, it's that good. Ask any TV critic to name their favorite comedy series from the past year, and odds are you'll hear the word "Louie," the name of Louis C.K.'s truly one-of-a-kind FX series that blends moments of his stellar stand-up with short films written, directed by, edited by, and starring the comedian. Ever unpredictable, the second season featured Louie accusing Dane Cook (gamely playing himself) of stealing his material, guest appearances by Joan Rivers, Steven Wright, and Chris Rock, and an impressive hour-long episode filmed in Afghanistan. The series returns with new episodes on FX beginning June 28.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Project X (2012) 48 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

So how does producer Todd Phillips attempt to reinvent the “lets throw a massive party to become popular” genre? By turning it into a found footage document of debauchery, a formula Chronicle 69 recently employed (more successfully) to reinvigorate the superhero movie. Nima Nourizadeh’s debut feature follows high school losers JB, Costa, and birthday boy Thomas as their party becomes increasingly out of control. Project X has it all, if your definition of "all" encompasses flying dogs, little people stuck in ovens, cars driven into pools, zip lines, bouncy houses, tasers, fireworks, flamethrowers, and Miles Teller from Rabbit Hole.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Wanderlust 53 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Married couple Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston leave their cushy New York lifestyle behind for life in a Georgia hippie commune in a Judd Apatow-produced comedy that also stars Justin Theroux, Malin Åkerman, Lauren Ambrose, Joe Lo Truglio, and Alan Alda. David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer 42, Role Models 60) directs from a script he co-wrote with fellow The State alumnus Ken Merino, though that screenplay is the movie's biggest failing, according to critics. Still, it has its moments.

More new releases on June 19, 2012
76 Blu-ray and DVD And Everything Is Going Fine (2010) Criterion Collection; doc about Spalding Gray Add to Queue
73 DVD Attenberg Greek comedy Add to Queue
50 Blu-ray and DVD A Bag of Hammers Jason Ritter, Jake Sandvig Add to Queue
57 DVD The Big Fix Documentary Add to Queue
61 Blu-ray and DVD Big Miracle John Krasinski, Drew Barrymore Add to Queue
33 Blu-ray and DVD Cat Run Paz Vega, Janet McTeer Add to Queue
48 Blu-ray and DVD The FP Cult action-comedy with dancing Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Gray's Anatomy (1997) Criterion Collection; Spalding Gray monologue Add to Queue
51 DVD How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr Foster? Documentary Add to Queue
63 Blu-ray and DVD Keyhole Jason Patric, Isabella Rossellini; directed by Guy Maddin Add to Queue
63 DVD My Reincarnation Documentary Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Project X (1968) Sci-fi thriller directed by William Castle  
  Blu-ray and DVD The Raconteurs: Live at Montreux 2008 Concert performance  
38 Blu-ray and DVD Seeking Justice Guy Pearce, January Jones, Nicolas Cage Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD The Space Children (1958) Sci-fi thriller directed by Jack Arnold  
Older movies debuting on Blu-ray
  Blu-ray The Colossus of New York (1958) Sci-fi
60 Blu-ray Empire of the Sun (1987) Christian Bale, John Malkovich; directed by Steven Spielberg
45 Blu-ray Evita (1996) Madonna, Jonathan Pryce, Antonio Banderas  
46 Blu-ray Newsies (1992) Christian Bale, Robert Duvall  
TV on DVD
  DVD Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season 3  
56 DVD Franklin & Bash Season 1  
  DVD Hey Dude Season 3  
  DVD House of Payne Vol. 9  
  Blu-ray The Invisible Man Complete Series  
  Blu-ray and DVD Nova: Hunting the Elements PBS special  
  DVD The Sarah Silverman Program Complete Series  
56 DVD Web Therapy Season 1  
67 Blu-ray and DVD Wilfred Season 1 [U.S. version]  

June 26

posterBlu-ray and DVD 21 Jump Street 69 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

One of the (pleasant) surprises of 2012 so far, this action-comedy reimagining of the late '80s TV crime drama (yes, the one that launched the career of Johnny Depp) was a commercial and critical hit upon its release this spring. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play a dim-witted pair of cops enlisted to go undercover at a high school to expose a drug ring led by Dave Franco. Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 66) direct from a script by Hill and Michael Bacall (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World 69), while the supporting cast includes Ice Cube, Ellie Kemper, Nick Offerman, and Rob Riggle. A sequel is in development.

posterBlu-ray and DVD The Artist 89 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Easily the best silent French black-and-white film released in the past year, critically acclaimed The Artist was 2011's biggest surprise box office hit, and eventually won five Academy Awards (out of 10 total nominations), including best picture. Set in late 1920s Hollywood, it tells the story of a silent film star (Jean Dujardin) whose career wanes as talkies gain acceptance, while an extra from his films, played by Berenice Bejo, becomes a star. Director Michel Hazanavicius previously worked with Dujardin and Bejo on OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies 62, but The Artist is his first breakthrough in the U.S.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Bullhead 68 Add to Netflix Queue

More involving than a crime thriller about illegal steroid use in Belgium's cattle industry has any right to be, Bullhead marks the feature debut for director Michael R. Roskam. While some critics enjoyed the nonlinear narrative structure (which features a lengthy flashback in the middle of the film) more than others, everyone had high praise for star Matthias Schoenaerts, whose remarkably complex performance marked him as a rising star (and parts in this year's Cannes entry Rust and Bone opposite Marion Cotillard and next year's Blood Ties with Clive Owen and Mila Kunis).

posterBlu-ray and DVD Mirror Mirror 46 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

The first of two "Snow White" films to hit theaters this year was the PG-rated Mirror Mirror, a colorful, light, and campy take on the classic fairy tale, directed by Tarsem Singh (Immortals 46). Lily Collins plays Snow White, who is banished to the woods by her evil stepmother the Queen (Julia Roberts). It is there that Snow White meets the seven dwarves, and they embark on a quest to restore her to her rightful place. Armie Hammer plays Prince Andrew Alcott, who must choose which woman to support, and the cast also includes Nathan Lane and Sean Bean. While it's not to be confused with a great film, your kids might like it.

posterBlu-ray and DVD A Thousand Words 26 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

One must employ caution when using the word "worst" to describe an Eddie Murphy comedy these days—after all, his last dozen or so years have been filled with one disaster after another—yet here we are, looking at the actor's lowest-scoring film since 2002's The Adventures of Pluto Nash 12. A Thousand Words, which sees Murphy playing a man who is cursed to die after speaking 1,000 words, was filmed in 2008, only to sit on the shelf for four years; apparently, it should have stayed there.

posterBlu-ray and DVD Wrath of the Titans 37 Add to Netflix Queue Watch Trailer

Well, at least it's not a remake. This 3D sequel to 2010's reimagining of the 1981 Greek mythology "classic" Clash of the Titans (which did not itself have a sequel) returns Sam Worthington as the hero Perseus, who is reluctantly drawn into a war among the gods. Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson also reprise their titanic roles from the prior film, joined by newcomers Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, and Édgar Ramírez, while Jonathan Liebesman (Battle: Los Angeles 37) directs. Despite those lousy reviews (which resulted in a Metascore similar to the previous film's 39), the film was enough of a box office success that writers have been hired for a third film.

More new releases on June 26, 2012
  Blu-ray and DVD The 39 Steps (1935) Criterion Collection; directed by Alfred Hitchcock  
42 Blu-ray and DVD The Decoy Bride David Tennant, Kelly Macdonald, Alice Eve Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD The Hangman (1959) Robert Taylor, Fess Parker  
  Blu-ray and DVD The Night of the Grizzly (1966) Clint Walker  
82 Blu-ray and DVD Once Upon a Time in Anatolia Turkish drama won Grand Prix at 2011 Cannes Add to Queue
60 Blu-ray and DVD Oranges and Sunshine Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving Add to Queue
40 DVD The Perfect Family Emily Deschanel, Kathleen Turner, Jason Ritter Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Pink Floyd: The Story of Wish You Were Here Documentary  
  Blu-ray and DVD The Samurai Trilogy Criterion Collection box set of Hiroshi Inagaki's three '50s films  
72 Blu-ray and DVD Sound of Noise Highly original Swedish crime comedy Add to Queue
  Blu-ray and DVD Stone Temple Pilots: Alive in the Windy City 2010 concert performance  
  Blu-ray and DVD Tales That Witness Madness (1973) Horror anthology Add to Queue
Older movies debuting on Blu-ray
  Blu-ray Deliverance (1972) Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds  
TV on DVD
78 DVD Damages Season 4  
  DVD Iron Man: Armored Adventures Season 2, Vol. 1  
  DVD Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season 7  
  DVD Little Mosque on the Prairie Season 5  
  DVD Meet the Browns Season 6 (Episodes 101-120)  
  Blu-ray and DVD Poirot Series 5  

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Comments (2)

  • LamontRaymond  

    Bullhead is so intense. One of the best of last year. Easy recommendation.

  • MarcDoyle  

    Season 4 of Breaking Bad is incredible. I'm fired up to watch it again before the next season kicks.

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