Titles arriving November 17 include The Collected Works of Hayao Miyazaki, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and more!
Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s look at all the top entertainment titles arriving this week on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Check out the gallery viewer below for a look at the major new releases, catalogue titles and television collections hitting shelves and/or VOD beginning Tuesday, November 17, 2015.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment delivers two big titles this week with both the Blu-ray debut of The Man from UNCLE, a Guy Ritchie-helmed adaptation of the classic ’60s spy series, as well as the extended edition of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Jackson previously hinted, however, that there may still be one more “ultimate” edition of his entire Middle-earth oeuvre, for which he has saved the title There and Back Again.
An Amazon exclusive, November 17 also brings The Collected Works of Hayao Miyazaki, a massive box set of every single film from the animation master, housed in a deluxe set that also includes bonus features available nowhere else. Also available only on Amazon starting November 17 is Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s impressive 1995 fantasy tale, The City of Lost Children.
Other recent big screen releases include Faults, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Leland Orser, and Trash, starring Rooney Mara and Martin Sheen. Then, arriving on DVD only, are the Zac Efron music drama We Are Your Friends and the true thriller The Stanford Prison Experiment.
Shout! Factory this week delivers a double feature of Troll and Troll 2 with, while supplies last, an extra disc featuring the hilarious Troll 2 documentary Best Worst Movie. They’ve also got a new special edition of Donald Cammell’s 1987 thriller White of the Eye.
Catalogue titles arriving November 17 include, for the first time on Blu-ray, the 1993 animated family film We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story and, for the first time on any home format, Patrick McGoohan’s (“The Prisoner”) sole directorial feature, a rock opera take on Othello called Catch My Soul.
The Criterion Collection has some exciting additions November 17 with the debut of Richard Brooks’ 1967 Truman Capote adaptation In Cold Blood and the long-awaited Apu Trilogy, featuring the three debut from legendary Indian director Satyajit Ray.
November 17 also brings, from Flicker Alley, Chaplin’ Essanay Comedies, the third and final installment Lobster Films and Cineteca di Bologna‘s Chaplin Project, collecting 15 newly restored early works from Charlie Chaplin.
Kino Lorber delivers a number of interesting catalogue titles November 17, including F.W. Murnau’s 1926 Faust, André De Toth’s 1948 Pitfall, Lewis Allen’s 1955 A Bullet For Joey and Peter Yates’ 1988 The House on Carroll Street.
It’s a quiet week for small screen releases as the only major television title arriving November 17 is a complete series box set of the 1960s sitcom McHale’s Navy.
You can check out cover art for all the November 17 releases in the gallery viewer below alongside a listing of each release’s special features (where applicable):