Barbarian (Horror, Thriller)
20th Century Studios’ and New Regency’s “Barbarian” is now available on Digital from Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution.
Arriving in Detroit for a job interview, a young woman books a rental home. When she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is double booked and a strange man is already staying there. Against her better judgement, she decides to spend the evening, but soon discovers that there’s a lot more to fear than just an unexpected house guest.
Starring Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård and Justin Long, “Barbarian” is written and directed by Zach Cregger (“The Whitest Kids U’Know”). Viewers can enjoy exclusive bonus features with the Digital release, including a “Behind ‘Barbarian’” featurette that reveals the inspiration behind the horrific tale and four deleted scenes: “Bonnie,” “Doug Extended,” “Tess Calls Marcus” and “The Rat.”
Felix and Lola/Love Street (Drama, Romance)
“Felix and Lola” and “Love Street,” two deliriously romantic classics by director Patrice Leconte, come to Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, November 1, from Cohen Film Collection.
In 2001’s “Felix and Lola,” bumper car operator Felix (Philippe Torreton) falls in love with Lola (Charlotte Gainsbourg) one night as she rides the cars round and round, alone. He’s touched by the sadness in her eyes. When she vanishes, he discovers that she’s tied to a mysterious past — a past that he will have to confront. How far will he go to set her free?
The 2002 film “Love Street,” meanwhile, takes place in 1945 Paris. The Oriental Palace brothel is about to be closed down. Marion (Laetitia Casta) is one of Oriental Palace’s prostitutes, but she dreams of a singing career. Petit Louis (Patrick Timsit) was raised in brothels and is Oriental Palace’s handyman. He is madly in love with Marion, but knows she will never be his, so he tries to make her dreams of another life come true.
Both “Felix and Lola” and “Love Street” are presented in French with English subtitles. Bonus features include audio commentary tracks by Wade Major, producer/host of the DigiGods podcast and film critic for CineGods.com and KPCC FilmWeek, and the films’ trailers.
The Good Boss (Comedy, Drama)
“The Good Boss” debuts on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, November 1, from Cohen Media Group.
Academy Award winner Javier Bardem stars as Blanco, proprietor of Básculas Blanco, a Spanish company producing industrial scales in a provincial Spanish town. The company awaits the imminent visit from a committee that will decide if they merit a local Business Excellence award: everything has to be perfect when the time comes. Working against the clock, Blanco pulls out all the stops to address and resolve issues with his employees, crossing every imaginable line in the process.
“The Good Boss” is presented in Spanish with English subtitles. Bonus features include interviews with Javier Bardem and Fernando Leon de Aránoa from Contenders Film: International and Contenders Film: Los Angeles courtesy of Deadline Hollywood, LLC and the film’s theatrical trailer.
See How They Run (Comedy, Mystery)
Searchlight Pictures’ witty whodunnit murder mystery from BAFTA-winning director Tom George and screenwriter Mark Chappell, “See How They Run,” arrives on all major digital platforms Tuesday, November 1, from Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution.
Welcome to the greatest murder ever staged! It is the West End of London in the 1950s, and plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play have come to an abrupt halt after a pivotal member of the crew is murdered. When world-weary Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and his eager rookie sidekick, Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan), take on the case, the two find themselves thrown into a puzzling whodunit within the glamorously sordid theater underground. The more they investigate the mysterious homicide, the more they realize that they do so at their own peril.
The Digital release of “See How They Run” includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes bonus featurette for viewers to enjoy: “‘See How They Run’ Behind the Curtain.”