‘Silent Night’ and ‘Trolls Band Together’ Debut on Home Entertainment

SILENT NIGHT. (DVD Artwork). ©Lionsgate Entertainment.


Silent Night (Action, Thriller)

Director John Woo (“Face/Off”) teams up with the producers of the “John Wick” series with “Silent Night,” now available to own on Blu-ray and as a 4K Ultra High Definition SteelBook from Lionsgate.

In this gritty revenge tale, a tormented father witnesses his young son die when caught in a gang’s crossfire on Christmas Eve. While recovering from a wound that costs him his voice, he makes vengeance his life’s mission and embarks on a punishing training regimen in order to avenge his son’s death.

Full of Woo’s signature style, “Silent Night” redefines the action genre with visceral, thrill-a-minute storytelling. Bonus features on the release include a single featurette — “Actions Speak Louder Than Words” — and the film’s theatrical trailer.

Trolls Band Together (Animation, Adventure, Comedy)

Get your hustle on and experience the BroZone craze all over again with DreamWorks Animation’s “Trolls Band Together,” now available on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

As Poppy (Academy Award nominee Anna Kendrick, “Up in the Air”) grows closer to her now boyfriend Branch (Justin Timberlake, “The Social Network”), she discovers his secret past as a member of her favorite boyband, BroZone, with his four estranged brothers. When Branch’s bro Floyd (Troye Sivan, “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”) is kidnapped for his musical talents by a pair of nefarious popstars, Branch and Poppy embark on an action-packed journey to reunite the other brothers and rescue Floyd. Along the way, Poppy uncovers a family secret of her own — a long-lost sister named Viva (Camila Cabello, “Cinderella”).

In addition to featuring a sing-along version of the film, “Trolls Band Together” comes loaded with extras on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, including an original short (“It Takes Three”) where Poppy, Viva and Tiny Diamond (Kenan Thompson, “Saturday Night Live”) get sucked into the Hustle-verse only to discover that it’s devoid of hustle. The trio decides to sing their way out, hopefully generating enough harmony to re-ignite the Hustle-verse and escape. Other extras on the release include three deleted scenes (“Wall Climb — Broken Tooth,” “Bridget Gristle Honeymoon” and “Crimp and Tiny Romance”) with intro by head of story Colin Jack; a feature commentary with producer Gina Shay, co-director Tim Heitz, head of story Colin Jack, production designer Ruben Perez Reynoso and visual effects supervisor Marc J. Scott; a featurette on how to make your own Hug Time Bracelets; six How to Draw tutorials (Baby Branch, John Dory, Spruce, Clay, Floyd and Viva); and the featurettes “Fun in the Recording Booth,” “Building the Band” and “Animating Trolls.” *NSYNC fans can also learn the backstory behind their involvement in the film with the featurette “Together Again,” and join the quintet in the studio as they reunite for the first time in 20 years to record an all-new song for the film in “Hi, Hi, Hi.”