Plus, there are girls with cow tails, Marvel’s most bizarre mutants, some serious exploration of human-monkey relations and more, in this week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases.
Was your Jurassic Park DVD, your previous Jurassic Park Blu-ray, and then all those Jurassic Park trilogy sets getting lonely? Why not give Steven Spielberg your money a fifth time, and buy the recent 3D version of the movie? It comes with the regular Blu-ray, a DVD copy and a digital copy, so there won’t be a single moment in your life where you won’t be able to watch Jurassic Park! You’ll never be alone! Ever! You might not watch it, but it’ll be watching you!
Getting to the end of the “Pain” storyline. I mention it mostly to point out that the cover looks like it was taken off someone’s DeviantArt page.
Paul Jenkins’ fan-favorite run on Inhumans gets the motion comic treatment. If you like your superheroics mixed with politics, then this is the comic for you.
The ‘80s Tarzan movie starring Christopher Lambert. When you realize that Lambert’s other two most iconic roles were of 1) a Scottish person and 2) a Chinese lightning god, it’s kind of telling that “man who self-identifies as a monkey” is actually most appropriate role.
The final season of the CG adventures of Iron Lad. How awesome would it be if the young Tony Stark had to deal with the “Demon in a Bottle” storyline? What would he be addicted to? Monster Energy Drinks? Capri Suns? Does anyone still drink Sunny D? Because the D could stand for “Demon.”
Two guys find a girl with a cow tail locked in a cellar in this Norwegian horror flick. Turns out she a mythic creature called a Huldra, who are like sirens that lead men away, never to return, but with cow tails. Norwegian mythical creatures are weird.
An anime series set in a dark future where social status is defined by hair color and hot guys have to make out with each other. A lot.
A buxom blonde goes to the jungle and hangs out with a bunch of modern Neanderthals. Pick up this and Greystroke and you have a hell of a double feature.
The cover of this six horror story anthology features Penthouse Pet Veronica Ricci in a bikini, so I think you know which “chest” they’re referring to.
Three kids go camping and accidentally make evil, superpowered clones of themselves, as is perfectly natural and happens all the time.