New On Blu-ray/DVD: May 26

Thor Diakow | posted Thursday, May 28th, 2020

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May 26, 2020: The Invisible Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, Emma

The Invisible Man

SYNOPSIS: THE INVISIBLE MAN follows a modern tale of obsession inspired by Universal’s classic monster character. Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss) slowly begins to rebuild her life after the death of her abusive ex-boyfriend (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). But before long, she begins to question whether or not he is truly gone.

Taut and timely – with some seriously committed acting from Elizabeth Moss – this thriller elevates the classic horror franchise to give it a decidedly contemporary feel. The Invisible Man makes great use of sound and editing, to convey some genuinely spooky sequences, but it’s the film’s thought-provoking themes and central performance that make it truly memorable.

•MOSS MANIFESTED – Elisabeth Moss describes the physical and emotional challenges she faced while portraying Cecilia, a woman whose truth is constantly questioned by those around her.
•DIRECTOR’S JOURNEY WITH LEIGH WHANNELL – Director Leigh Whannell acts as tour guide through principal photography, from day 1 to day 40.
•THE PLAYERS – Filmmakers and cast provide an in-depth analysis of each character and how they interact with the unseen terror of THE INVISIBLE MAN.
•TIMELESS TERROR – A behind the scenes look at how writer/director Leigh Whannell re-imagined this iconic character through the lens of modern technology and socially relatable themes.

Sonic the Hedgehog

SYNOPSIS: Powered with incredible speed, Sonic the Hedgehog (voiced by Ben Schwartz), aka The Blue Blur, embraces his new home on Earth. That is, until he accidentally knocks out the power grid and sparks the attention of super-uncool evil genius Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey). Now it’s super-villain vs. super-sonic in an all-out race across the globe to stop Robotnik from using his unique power for world domination. Sonic teams up with The Donut Lord, aka Sheriff Tom Wachowski (James Marsden), to save the planet in this action-packed hit that’s fun for the whole family.

The ’90s nostalgia continues with this big screen romp starring one of that decade’s most popular video game characters. Sonic actually brings a lot of laughs, aided by some inventive visual effects, and Jim Carrey’s patented ‘rubberface’ antics as the central villain make it worthwhile. Here’s hoping for a sequel!

•Commentary by director Jeff Fowler and the voice of Sonic, Ben Schwartz
•Around the World in 80 Seconds—See Sonic’s next adventure!
•Deleted Scenes—Director Jeff Fowler introduces deleted scenes
•Bloopers—Laugh along with Jim Carrey and the cast
•“Speed Me Up” Music Video
•For the Love of Sonic—Jim Carrey and the cast discuss what Sonic the Hedgehog means to them
•Building Robotnik with Jim Carrey—See Jim Carrey bring supervillain Dr. Robotnik to life
•The Blue Blur: Origins of Sonic—Explore the origins of the legendary Blue Blur
Sonic On Set—Visit the set with the voice of Sonic, Ben Schwartz


SYNOPSIS: Jane Austen’s beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending is reimagined in this delicious new film adaptation of EMMA.. Handsome, clever and rich, Emma Woodhouse (Taylor-Joy) is a restless “queen bee” without rivals in her sleepy little English town. In this glittering satire of social class, Emma must navigate her way through the challenges of growing up, misguided matches and romantic missteps to realize the love that has been there all along.

Although this iconic Jane Austen novel has been adapted for the screen before, 2020’s Emma benefits from lush period details, stunning cinematography, and an excellent performance from rising star Anya Taylor Joy. While the story remains somewhat familiar, Emma contains plenty of passionate tension and is a supremely stately production.

•Deleted Scenes
•Gag Reel
•A Playful Tease – Go behind the scenes with the talented cast of EMMA. as they share their experiences making the film.
•Crafting a Colorful World – Cast and crew discuss the gorgeously preserved locations, extravagant set dressing, and authentic Regency costumes featured in EMMA..
•The Autumn Gaze – An intimate look at director Autumn de Wilde’s filmmaking process and her photographic eye.
•Feature Commentary with Director Autumn de Wilde, Screenwriter Eleanor Catton, and Director of Photography Christopher Blauvelt


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