September 20, 2016: This Week on Digital, DVD & Windows HD

September 20, 2016: This Week on Digital, DVD & Windows HD

Here's what's hitting DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD September 20.

Neighbors two, TMNT: Out of the Shadows, Free State of Jones, Beauty and the Beast and much more come home   September 20

Welcome into ComingSoon.net’s look at all the top   titles  coming  this week on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Check the gallery viewer out under to get a peek at the significant releases, catalogue  films  and television sets hitting on shelves or VOD beginning Tuesday, September 20, 2016.

September 20 walks off using quite a few current screen titles and we’ve got behind-the-scenes appearances. In the players in the base of the page, explore the genuine foundation behind Gary Ross’ Free State of Jones and take a peek at what went right into bringing   Neighbors two: Sorority Rising‘s tailgate pursuit sequence to life.

Also arriving on the heels of its own theatrical debut is Paramount Pictures’ franchise sequel   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Walt Disney Animation’s Beauty and the Beast gets an elaborate special variant, although Jim Henson’s Labyrinth gets its own 30th anniversary set, boasting a brand new 4K transfer. There’s even an exclusive Steelbook variant available only at Best Buy.

The Criterion Collection this week inducts Joel and Ethan Coen’s debut feature Blood Easy and gets cinephiles ready for Halloween with Jacques Tourneur’s 1942 horror classic Cat People.

Other horror titles arriving September 20 comprise Arrow Films’ new special variant of Dead-End Drive-In, Kino Lorber’s Beware, the Blob!  And the cult 1990 underwater mutant creature action experience  The Rift.

Shout! Factory this week brings to blu-ray the current thriller Sacrifice in addition to the 1961 romantic play  Fanny, led by Joshua Logan.

Olive Films  launches its new “Olive Signature” set with upgraded takes on two of their most popular titles: Fred Zinneman’s iconic western High Noon and Nicholas Ray’s own take on the music genre, 1954’s Johnny Guitar.

Many shows arrive on DVD even though there aren’t any small screen television series hitting Blu-ray this week. Look for the third season of The CW’s The Originals, the fifth season of CBS’ two Broke Girls and the first season of ABC’s Modern Family and CBS’ The Great Wife. There’s an episode set disc for Disney’s The Lion Guard: Unleash the Power and two catalogue TV titles using the eighth season of the ’90s sitcom Family Topics and an entire series set for the recently-concluded cop play  Rookie Blue.

Hitting Digital HD September 20 is Warner Bros.. Pictures’ The Legend of Tarzan, Universal Pictures‘ , and the indie comedy Miss Stevens, starring Lily Rabe.

You can take a look at cover artwork for all the September 20 releases in the gallery viewer under along with a list of each release’s special features (where relevant).

The Free State of Jones
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
Beauty and the Beast - 25th Anniversary Edition
Labyrinth
High Noon
Johnny Guitar
Cat People
Blood Simple
Beware, the Blob!
The Rift
Dead-End Drive-In
Fanny
Sacrifice
2 Broke Girls: Season Five
Family Matters - Season Eight
The Good Wife - The Seventh and Final Season
The Lion Guard: Defenders of the Pride Lands!
Modern Family - The Complete Season Seven
The Originals - Season Three
Rookie Blue: The Complete Series
The Legend of Tarzan
Miss Stevens
The Purge: Election Year

The Free State of Jones

– The History of Jones County

Neighbors two: Sorority Rising

– Deleted Scenes
– Gag Reel
– Line-O-Rama
– Nu Neighbors – Neighbors is back with a brand new direction and a lot of new cast members. Evan Goldberg and Producers Seth Rogen and Director Nick Stoller talk in creating their sequel, the cubes they avoided Rising, as well as the differences between the film and Neighbors two.
– The Prodigal Bros Return – The not so beloved brothers of Delta Psi reunite… for a single day. We hear in Jerrod Carmichael, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco and Zac Efron in their day on set while they catch us up on where they have been since the conclusion of Neighbors.
– Women Rule – Neighbors two has included a new threat to Mac along with Kelly’s household in the form of the Kappa Nu girls. Find out about the girls on set’s experiences.
– The Ultimate Tailgate – A behind-the-scenes look in the tailgate series.
– Feature Commentary with Co-writer/director Nicholas Stoller and Producer James Weaver

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

– We Are Family
– Whoa! Expanding the Turtleverse
– House Party
– It’s Tricky: Inside the Van
– ILM–The Effects Beneath the Shell
– Did You Catch That? Turtle Eggs!
– Deleted Scenes

Beauty and the Beast – 25th Anniversary Edition

BLU-RAY, DISNEY MOVIES ANYWHERE & DIGITAL HD *:
– Original theatrical variant
– New innovative sing-along variant
– Extended version with “Human Again” tune sequence

BLU-RAY, DISNEY MOVIES ANYWHERE & DIGITAL HD:

– Menken & Friends: 25 decades of Musical Inspiration — Get a front-row seat for an intimate dialogue between mythical music composers from future and classic Disney movies, such as Alan Menken (“Beauty and the Beast,”“Aladdin”), Stephen Schwartz (“The Hunchback of Notre Dame,”“Pocahontas”), Kristen Anderson-Lopez (“Frozen,” Disney’s forthcoming “Gigantic”), Robert Lopez (“Frozen,” Disney’s forthcoming “Gigantic”) and also Lin-Manuel Miranda (Disney’s forthcoming “Moana”). Discover how the composers are attached, how they experienced “Beauty and the Beast” and also how they find inspiration for their own movies. As they pay tribute to the guy who has motivated them all — Alan Menken along with the film’s award-winning music score, and watch.
– #1074: Walt, Fairy Stories & Beauty and the Beast — Long before “Beauty and the Beast” became the instantaneous classic we all know and adore, Walt Disney created two efforts–between the 1930s and 1950s–to accommodate the famed fairy tale in an animated film. Discover exactly what Walt and his team was dreaming up through Walt’s actual voice records, archived story notes, artwork, and also find out why the job was sidelined for decades.
– Always Belle — The original voice of Belle, Paige O’Hara, reminisces about making the use of the beautiful bookworm in “Beauty and the Beast” and remembers how the iconic personality changed her lifestyle and has been inspire fans both young and old.
– The Recording Sessions — Move in the recording booth with the cast of Beauty and the Beast and watch what went right into incorporating voices to the characters and the traces we all know and enjoy.
– 25 Fun Facts About Beauty and the Beast — Disney Channel’s Gus Kamp and Kayla Maisonet sponsor this entertaining countdown featuring little-known interesting facts, anecdotes and hidden Easter Eggs (references to Disney animated movies and characters) from among their most cherished animated movies of all time.
– “Beauty and The Beast” Sneak Peek — A exciting first look into the live-action re-telling of “Beauty and the Beast,” that refashions the basic characters in the narrative as old as the time to get a modern audience, staying true to the original music when upgrading the score with several new tunes.

DIGITAL HD* & DISNEY MOVIES ANYWHERE:
– Classic Bonus Characteristics — These offerings from previous home entertainment releases comprise over five hours of bonus material, such as an alternate version of “Be Our Guest” and the “Beauty and the Beast” music video performed by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson, and deleted scenes.
– Work-in-progress variant

Labyrinth

– 4K Restoration & Dolby Atmos soundtrack (Dolby TrueHD 7.1 compatible)
– Blu-ray replicate with the film and special features
– All-New: “The Henson Legacy” Featurette
Jennifer Connelly and the Henson family talk about the art of puppetry and the magic of Jim Henson, along with a visit to the “Center for Puppetry Arts” featuring The Jim Henson Collection and over 100 puppets out of Labyrinth.
– All-New: Labyrinth Anniversary Q&A
Hosted by Mythbuster’s Adam Savage with participants Brian Henson, David Goelz and Karen Prell, and surprise guest Sheri Weiser.
– All-New: “The Goblin King” Featurette
Remembering David Bowie using co-star Jennifer Connelly, as well as Jim Henson’s children Brian Henson and Cheryl Henson.
– The Storytellers (Picture-in-Picture)
– year-old Conceptual Designer Brian Froud
– Original Making of Documentary “Inside The Labyrinth”
– “Journey Through the Labyrinth: Kingdom of Characters” Documentary
– “Journey Through the Labyrinth: The Quest for Goblin City” Documentary
– Theatrical Trailer

High Quality

– New 4K recovery
– Optional English SDH subtitles
– “A Ticking Clock” – Academy Award nominee Mark Goldblatt on the editing of High Noon
– “A Stanley Kramer Production”” – Michael Schlesinger on the distinguished producer of High tech
– “Imitation of Life: The Blacklist Annals of High Quality” – with historian Larry Ceplair and blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein
– “Ulcers and also Oscars: The Manufacturing History of High tech” – a visual essay using rarely seen archival components, narrated by Anton Yelchin
– “Uncitizened Kane” – an original essay by Sight & Sound editor Nick James
– Theatrical trailer

Johnny Guitar

– New 4K recovery
– Optional English SDH subtitles
– Video Introduction by famous director Martin Scorsese
– Audio commentary with historian and critic Geoff Andrew
– “Inform Us She had been You: The Blacklist Annals of Johnny Guitar” – with historian Larry Ceplair and blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein
– “Is Johnny Guitar a Feminist Western? : Questioning the Canon” – with founders Miriam Bale, Kent Jones, Joe McElhaney andB. Ruby Rich
– “Free Republic: The Story of Herb Yates and Republic studios” – together with archivist Marc Wanamaker
– A critical appreciation of Nicholas Ray with founders Miriam Bale, Kent Jones, Joe McElhaney and B. Ruby Rich
– “My Buddy, the American Buddy” – Nicholas Ray biographical piece with Tom Farrell
– “Johnny Guitar: The First Existential Western” – an original essay by critic Jonathan Rosenbaum
– Theatrical trailer

Cat People

– New 2K recovery, with uncompressed soundtrack on the Blu-ray
– Audio comment from 2005 featuring film historian Gregory Mank, with excerpts from an audio interview with actor Simone Simon
– Val Lewton: The Individual in the Shadows, a 2008 feature-length documentary which explores the life and career of the legendary Hollywood producer
– Interview with director Jacques Tourneur from 1979
– New interview with cinematographer John Bailey Regarding the Appearance of the film
– Trailer
– A essay by critic Geoffrey O’Brien

Blood Simple

– New approved by cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld and filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, together with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack in the Blu-ray
– New conversation between Sonnenfeld and the Coens concerning the film’s look, featuring Telestrator video illustrations
– New dialogue between writer Dave Eggers and the Coens about the film’s production, from inception to release
– New interviews with composer Carter Burwell, audio mixer Skip Lievsay, and actors Frances McDormand and M. Emmet Walsh
– Trailers
– an essay by novelist and critic Nathaniel Rich

Beware, the Blob!

– Audio Commentary by Film Historian Richard Harland Smith
– Choice Title Sequence
– Trailers

The Rift

Dead-End Drive-In

– Brand 2K recovery from film materials
– High Definition (1080p) Presentation
– Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
– Audio commentary by director Brian Trenchard-Smith
– The Stuntmen, Trenchard Smith’s classic television documentary on Grant Page (Mad Max, Road Games) and other Australian stunt actors
– Hospitals Do Not Burn Down, Trenchard-Smith’s 1978 public information film told in pristine Ozploitation style
– Behind the scenes gallery with graffiti artist Vladimir Cherepanoff
– Theatrical trailer
– Reversible sleeve comprising original and recently commissioned artwork by Chris Malbon

Fanny

Sacrifice

2 Broke Girls: Season Five

– Gag Reel
– Unaired Scenes

Family Matters – Season two

The Great Wife – The Seventh and Final Season

– All Good Things: Farewell Alicia Florrick
– Final Score: The Music Of The Great Wife
– Gag Reel

The Lion Guard: Defenders of the Pride Lands!

– Six Episodes:
Fuli’s New Family
Bunga the Wise
Eye of the Beholder
Follow That Hippo!
The Search For Utamu
Never Judge a Hyena with Its Spots

Modern Family – The Complete Season Seven

– Growing upward Modern Family
– Storming the Set: The Making of an Episode
– Gag Reel
– Deleted and Alternate Scenes
– Extended Edition of Thunk in the Trunk
– Kids in the Spotlight

The Originals – Season Three

– The Originals: 2015 Comic-Con Panel
– Charles Michael Davis in the Big Easy (Featurette)
– Deleted Scenes
– Gag Reel

Rookie Blue: The Entire Series

The Legend of Tarzan

Miss Stevens

The Purge: Election Year

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