This Week’s New Home Releases: Captain Marvel, Ghostbusters, And Fast & Furious 4K


If you're the type of person that can't wait for a new movie or TV series to head to Netflix, Hulu, or other streaming services, then you're undoubtedly going to be picking up new movies on digital storefronts like Vudu or physical copies at your local brick and mortar store. This week, there are a couple big physical releases you may want to check out.

This week marks the physical release for the first big MCU movie of the year, Captain Marvel. The 4K/Blu-ray release is loaded with extras, including audio commentary from the directors, featurettes, a gag reel, and numerous deleted scenes. There is a lot more to learn about the movie, which we detail in our dive into the special features.

Additionally, there are a couple rereleases you may want to check out hitting stores this week, both in physical form. First, you can pick up both original Ghostbusters movies in 4K, celebrating the 35th anniversary of the original movie. To get even more of ghostbusting fix,, check out some of the images from the recent Ghostbusters convention in California. Turning to a franchise with no ghosts but plenty of cool cars, you can get all eight Fast & Furious movies in 4K for the first time this week. You can pick them up individually or in a complete collection for $75.

Aside from those choices, you can pick up a physical copy of Leprechaun Returns this week. Did you know that came out? Neither did we! In this latest romp, the Leprechaun is awakened when a group of young women demolish a cabin to build a sorority house. Sadly, the movie does not star Warwick Davis as the titular monster. Channel Zero's Linden Porco takes on the role this time around.

Below, you'll find a highlighted list for this week's movie releases on both digital and physical mediums.

Digital Releases:

  • Five Feet Apart (Buy on Vudu)
  • The Mustang (Buy on Vudu)
  • Orange is the New Black: Season 6 (Buy on Vudu)

Home Releases:

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