A list of titles available for home viewing and streaming this week.
Here’s what’s new for home viewing on Video-on-Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming services.
Top streams of the week
Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson star in James Gray’s “The Lost City of Z” (2016, PG-13) as real-life British explorers in the uncharted jungles of Bolivia. This grand adventure of early-20th-century exploration is vivid, dreamy and mesmerizing. Now on Amazon Prime.
“Nocturama” (France, 2017, not rated, with subtitles), a thriller turned savage social satire from filmmaker Bertrand Bonello, imagines a terrorist plot by young adults who attack the symbols of consumer life in Paris. Now on Netflix.
Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand
“It Comes At Night” (R) sounds like a monster movie, but this gripping survival thriller has a more insidious menace: fear and suspicion. Joel Edgerton and Riley Keough star. Also on DVD and Blu-ray and at Redbox.
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Tom Cruise meets “The Mummy” (PG-13) in the reboot of the classic horror film as a big-budget action spectacle. Also on DVD and Blu-ray.
Plus: the animated “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie” (PG) for kids; dark social satire “Beatriz at Dinner” (R) with Salma Hayek and John Lithgow; and music documentary “Buena Vista Social Club: Adios” (PG).
Available same day as select theaters nationwide is the comedy “The Wilde Wedding” (R), starring Glenn Close and Patrick Stewart, and thriller “The Show” (R) with Josh Duhamel.
Angelina Jolie directs “First They Killed My Father” (2017, not rated), about human-rights activist Loung Ung’s ordeal as a young girl under the Khmer Rouge.
Martin Scorsese’s 3½-hour documentary “George Harrison: Living in the Material World” (2011, not rated) examines the life of the musician.
More true stories: “Ghost of the Mountains” (2017, G) follows the snow leopard in the mountains of China; and “Last Men in Aleppo” (2017, not rated) profiles the search and rescue organization White Helmets in Syria.
Streaming TV: “American Vandal: Season 1” spoofs the true-crime documentaries Netflix helped popularize.
Stand-up comedy: “Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster.”
Amazon Prime and Hulu
Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt lead “The Magnificent Seven” (2016, PG-13) in the latest remake of the classic Western.
Jane Campion’s miniseries “Top of the Lake: China Girl” — starring Elisabeth Moss, Nicole Kidman and Gwendoline Christie — debuts on Hulu concurrent with its Sundance TV run.
Streaming TV: The sixth and final season of Mindy Kaling’s “The Mindy Project” is now underway.
Taraji P. Henson and Octavia Spencer star in the Oscar-nominated “Hidden Figures,” (2016, PG).
Arriving Saturday night is the Oscar-winning “La La Land” (2016, PG-13).
New on disc this week
“Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie,” “The Mummy,” “It Comes At Night,” “Beatriz at Dinner,” “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial: 35th Anniversary.”
Now available at Redbox
“It Comes At Night,” “Beatriz at Dinner,” “The Case for Christ.”