A list of titles available for home viewing and streaming during the week of Friday, May 13.

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Here’s what’s new for home viewing on video-on-demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming services during the week of May 13.

Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand

Deadpool brings a different kind of attitude to the comic-book superhero film. It splashes violence across the screen with a sardonic sense of humor and self-aware commentary from the disfigured hero (Ryan Reynolds), who leaves a body count in his wake. R for excessive violence, sex and bad attitude. Also on DVD and Blu-ray.

Mustang,” a 2016 best-foreign-film Oscar nominee, follows five teenage sisters in rural Turkey who are pulled from school and prepared for arranged marriages. It’s a social drama with a twist of prison-escape thriller (PG-13; in Turkish with subtitles).

Also new: Michael Moore’s documentary Where to Invade Next (R); the murder mystery “Regression,” with Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson (R); and the horror film “The Boy” (PG-13).

Available same day as select theaters nationwide: the crime thriller “The Trust,” with Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood (R); and the comedy “Search Party,” with T.J. Miller and Adam Pally (R).


Goosebumps(2015) brings the stories of kids-horror author R.L. Stine to the big screen as a colorful comic adventure, starring Jack Black as Stine and a cast of imaginary creatures that escape from his books and into the real world. The kid-friendly monster mash is rated PG.

Chelsea Handler hosts “Chelsea,” a new Netflix chat show. New episodes go live every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Amazon Prime Video

99 Homes(2015) stars Andrew Garfield as a father about to lose his home in a mortgage crisis and Michael Shannon as the unscrupulous real-estate broker who hires him to evict families from their homes (R).


“Angie Tribeca: Season 1,” a cop spoof created by Steve Carell and starring Rashida Jones and a great cast of guest stars (including Bill Murray), delivers the anything-goes, rapid-fire absurdity of “Airplane!” and “Police Squad!” for the modern police procedural. It’s ridiculous fun; 10 episodes.

More streaming TV: “Murder in the First: Season 2” and “The Last Ship: Season 2” from TNT, and the BBC America fantasy “Atlantis: Season 2.”


The clumsy reboot of Fantastic Four (2015) floundered despite a superb cast (PG-13). The ridiculous sci-fi fantasy “Jupiter Ascending (2015) delivers Channing Tatum as a half-dog/half-human soldier flying through a visually spectacular space opera on jet boots (PG-13).


Rachel Bloom won a Golden Globe for the acclaimed first season of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” a romantic comedy with musical numbers. It’s available to download or stream for free; 18 episodes.

New on disc this week

“Deadpool,” “Regression,” “The Boy,” “Mustang,” “Where to Invade Next.”

Now available at Redbox

“Regression,” “Hyena Road,” “Manson’s Lost Girls,” “The Land Before Time: Journey of the Brave.”