“Us” (R): Writer/director Jordan Peele’s follow-up to his acclaimed “Get Out” is another intense, thought-provoking thriller. This one follows a family whose beach trip takes an unsettling turn because of unexpected visitors. The cast includes Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke. Extras include deleted scenes, outtakes, shorts that look at the performances and the film’s themes, and explorations of the making of three memorable scenes.
“Hotel Mumbai” (R): Anupam Kher, Dev Patel and Armie Hammer star in this intense drama about the 2008 siege on the Taj Hotel in Mumbai, India, by a group of terrorists, as staff and guests struggle to survive in the chaos. Extras include interviews and a look at the real-life stories of people who were caught up in the attack.
“The Beach Bum” (R): Matthew McConaughey stars in this comedy-drama from director Harmony Korine (“Kids,” “Spring Breakers”) about a free-spirited stoner in the Florida Keys whose life takes unexpected turns. The supporting cast includes Isla Fisher, Snoop Dogg, Zac Efron, Jonah Hill, Martin Lawrence and Jimmy Buffett as himself.
“Slaughterhouse Rulez” (R): This over-the-top horror-comedy is set at an elite British boarding school where a supernatural force is unleashed. The cast includes Asa Butterfield, Michael Sheen, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
“Crypto” (R): Luke Hemsworth, Kurt Russell and Alexis Bledel star in this crime drama about cyber-criminals in a money laundering scheme.
“Between the Lines” (R): Newly released by the Cohen Media Group label, this 1977 drama about the staff of an alternative weekly newspaper in Boston adjusting to changing times has an impressive cast including John Heard, Jeff Goldblum, Jill Eikenberry, Lindsay Crouse and Lane Smith.
“Modest Heroes” (Unrated): This Japanese animated film is an anthology of three quirky short stories from Studio Ponoc, the producers of “Mary and the Witch’s Flower,” about characters who face unusual hardships in their lives but struggle to persevere.
“The Brink” (Unrated): This documentary looks at controversial political figure Steve Bannon and his career, focusing on the time leading up to the 2018 midterm elections.
“Corvette Summer” (PG): New from the Warner Archives, manufacture-on-demand discs not sold in stores but available online at www.wbshop.com and Amazon, this 1978 drama follows a high school student (Mark Hamill, in his first film post-”Star Wars”) whose souped-up Corvette is stolen. That leads him on a quest to find it, where he befriends a hooker with a heart of gold (Annie Potts). Also new from Warner Archives are a Blu-ray release of “None But the Brave,” a compelling 1965 war drama co-starring and directed by Frank Sinatra; and DVD re-releases of two 1950s musicals: “Damn Yankees,” about a baseball fan who takes desperate measures to help his team, and “The Pajama Game,” an adaptation of a Broadway hit with a cast led by Doris Day, who died recently.
“Wonder Park” (PG): This cartoon follows a girl who befriends a group of amusement park animals. The voice cast includes Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Garner, Kenan Thompson, Mila Kunis, and Ken Jeong, a former Greensboro resident.
“Under the Silver Lake” (R): Andrew Garfield stars in this neo-noir film about a man trying to figure out what happened when his neighbor (Riley Keough) disappears.
“May it Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers” (Unrated): The North Carolina Americana band is the subject of this documentary from Judd Apatow, which looks at the making of their hit 2016 album “True Sadness.”
“Universal Horror Collection Volume 1”: This impressive boxed set from Scream Factory has four classic 1930s horror films, each with collaborations between movie icons Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. The films in the set are “The Black Cat,” “The Raven,” “The Invisible Ray” and “Black Friday.” Each film has bonus features including film historian commentary, rare footage, a documentary about the films inspired by Edgar Allan Poe, and a four-part documentary that looks at Karloff and Lugosi and their intertwined careers.
“Forrest Gump” (PG-13): Just a few weeks before its 25th anniversary on July 6, director Robert Zemeckis’s much-loved comedy-drama comes to ultra-high-definition in a new 4K release, also available on Blu-ray. Tom Hanks stars as a genial spirit who stumbles through much of American history in the mid-to-late-20th century. Extras include several commentary tracks, screen tests, trailers, and featurettes about the making of the film, adapting the book to the screen, special effects and music.
“Swingtown”: The short-lived 2008 CBS drama, about swingers in 1970s suburbia during the sexual revolution, is back on DVD more than 10 years after its original home video release. Bonus features include commentaries on two episodes, a gag reel, deleted scenes, and a look at how the look of 1976 was recreated.