Most Violent Year Blu-ray and DVD

This Week on Blu-ray and DVD: April 7, 2015

Welcome to’s look at all the top entertainment hitting this week on Blu-ray and DVD. Check out the gallery viewer below for a look at all the major new releases, television season sets and catalogue titles hitting the shelves today, April 7, 2015.

The week begins with J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year, an intensely dramatic thriller that follows Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain as a married couple striving to keep their business afloat in New York in 1981, historically the most crime-ridden year in the city’s history.

The Voices, meanwhile, hails from Persepolis‘ Marjane Satrapi and stars Ryan Reynolds as a troubled man who begins to hear his pets speaking to him.

Then, Marion Cotillard takes the lead in Palme d’Or-nominated The Immigrant, directed by James Gray and also starring Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner.

Warner Bros. is digging up a few catalogue titles this week, including Alla Moyle’s cult-favorite Empire Records and Cameron Crowe’s equally-beloved Say Anything follow-up, Singles.

Universal brings to HD a double helping of Imitation of Life with a Blu-ray that includes both the 1934 John M. Stahl version, starring Claudette Colbert, and the 1959 Douglas Sirk version, starring Lana Turner.

Having already released The Funhouse and Lifeforce, Scream Factory has another Tobe Hooper classic joining their collection this week with a special edition of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre helmer’s 1986 sci-fi remake Invaders From Mars.

On the small screen, this week brings us the complete first season of WGN America’s historical drama Manhattan, the first two season’s of Comedy Central’s hit Inside Amy Schumer and, after a full decade, seasons nine and ten of Mike Judge’s “King of the Hill.”

You can check out all the cover art in the gallery viewer below alongside a listing of each release’s special features (where applicable):


Marvel and DC