This Week on Blu-ray and DVD: June 30, 2015


Kumiko the Treasure Hunter is one of the titles hitting this week on Blu-ray and DVD.

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 the major new releases and catalogue titles hitting shelves on Tuesday, June 30. Ordinarily, we have a few television sets as well, but this looks to be a pretty quiet week on the small screen front.

Get Hard, this year’s big screen comedy starring Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell, comes home this week. If you missed it, be sure to check out our video interview with the comedic duo wherein they answer questions about the New Line comedy and, of course, also go in-depth about baboon DJs.

Also arriving this week from a recent theatrical release is The Gunmanan action thriller starring Sean Penn, Idris Elba, Javier Bardem and more. There’s also the sweet family drama Danny Collins, starring Al Pacino as an aging pop star who begins to rethink his entire life after receiving a letter from John Lennon several decades later than originally intended.

Elsewhere, Ben Stiller headlines While We’re Young, the latest comedy drama from Noah Baumbach (Frances Ha, Greenberg) while Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman lead the action adventure Last Knights

Wrapping up the new releases is David Zellner’s Kumiko the Treasure Hunter. Rinko Kikuchi (Pacific Rim) stars in the darkly comic tale of a Japanese woman (and her scene stealing rabbit, Bunzo) who sets out to find the fictional treasure from the Coen Brothers’ 1996 masterpiece, Fargo.

Cameron Crowe fans are in for a treat this week as we’re finally getting a features-laden Blu-ray edition of his 2001 surreal dramatic thriller Vanilla Sky, starring Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz.

The Criterion Collection has two offerings from 1970 this week, releasing by itself the Jack Nicholson drama Five Easy Pieces (previously available only as part of their America Lost and Found box set) as well as, for the first time in HD, Jaromil Jires’s surrealist fairytale Valerie and Her Week of Wonders.

Scream Factory wraps things up with another double-feature release celebrating two 1988 cult titles, Ghost House and Witchery.

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