This month, we’re giving you every notable new release on DVD and Blu-ray in movies and TV all in one go. Have a look through the full list below to see if you need to start setting aside that daily coffee money to pick up, say, the first season of HBO’s sci-fi drama, the Charlize Theron spy actioner, or Steven Soderbergh’s heist comedy, among a slew of other choices. Read on for the entire November list.
This acclaimed animated film from Japan centers on two teens who inexplicably find themselves switching bodies, and as they attempt to track each other down, they develop an unlikely bond. It comes with a profile of director Makoto Shinkai’s filmography and a TV program.
Claire Foy stars in this Netflix original period drama about the young Queen Elizabeth II, who took the throne at just 25 years old in 1952 and began forging a relationship with then Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Information on special features is unavailable.
Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright headline HBO’s ensemble sci-fi drama based on the 1973 film about a futuristic resort set in the old West and populated by robots who being to malfunction. Also available in 4K, the season 1 set comes with inside looks at the title sequence and the musical cues, the show’s 2017 Comic-Con panel, a tour of the set, a gag reel, and more.
Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen star in this comedy about an unstable woman who becomes obsessed with a social media celebrity, begins stalking her, and insinuates herself into the star’s life. Extras include a commentary track with writer/director Matt Spicer, co-writer David Branson, and Plaza; and deleted scenes with commentary.
Bill Nighy and Olivia Cooke star in this period thriller set in Victorian London about a Scotland Yard inspector on the trail of a serial killer who suspects not all is as it seems. Bonus features include a trio of behind-the-scenes featurettes and an inside look at the production.
Owen Wilson returns to voice Lightning McQueen in the third installment of Pixar’s Cars franchise, in which Lightning struggles to stave off retirement and makes one last go at winning the Piston Cup. Available in 4K, it comes with a number of extras, including a five-part behind-the-scenes feature, interviews with the cast, deleted scenes, an interview with real-life driver William Byron, an animated short, and more.
Brie Larson and Woody Harrelson star in this adaptation of Jeannette Walls’ memoir, chronicling the life of a young woman striving for success and her dysfunctional family. It comes with a a making-of featurette focused on the adaptation process, an interview with Walls, deleted scenes, and more.
This understated Japanese animated drama, based on the manga of the same name, follows a young woman’s experiences during World War II-era Hiroshima. Information on special features is currently unavailable.
Peter Capaldi stars as the titular Time Lord in his final season on the series, who picks up a new human companion named Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) and meeting a superhero with ties to his past. Information on special features is currently unavailable.
Dominic Cooper and Ruth Negga star in the comics-based supernatural drama about a preacher (natch), his ex-girlfriend, and an Irish vampire who are thrust together in a quest for answers from God. The season 2 set comes with a gag reel and a featurette on the action in the series.
Kyle Mooney stars in this comedy about a man obsessed with a children’s show who sets out to finish the storyline himself when it is abruptly cancelled. It comes with a commentary track featuring Mooney and director Dave McCary, a cast Q&A, deleted and extended scenes, a “lost episode” of the titular children’s show, and more.
Charlize Theron and James McAvoy star in this action thriller about a British super-spy tasked with bringing down an espionage ring in Berlin. Also available in 4K, it comes with profiles of the setting and location, director David Leitch, and the fight choreography, as well as an interview with Theron, deleted and extended scenes, and more.
Jennifer Jason Leigh and Bella Thorne star in this reboot of the haunted house franchise, in which a family moves into a new home, only to be terrorized by unexplained phenomena. Only a making-of featurette is included.
Will Arnett and Katherine Heigl return to voice Surly and Andie in this animated sequel about a group of squirrels trying to prevent the town mayor from turning their home into an amusement park. Special features include a deleted scene, a look at the creation of two scenes from storyboard to final animation, a concept art reel, and a commentary track.
Robert Pattinson stars in this drama from the Safdie brothers about a New York City petty criminal who spends an increasingly dangerous night attempting to free his younger brother from jail. Bonus features include a making-of featurette, a music video, and a commentary track.
Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevigne star in Luc Besson’s adaptation of a French sci-fi comic about a pair of space-time travelers on a mission to secure the future of the universe. Available in 4K, it comes with a look a five-part making-of doc, a photo gallery, and something called “Enhancement Pods.”
Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson star in this action comedy about a professional bodyguard who must protect a dangerous hitman en route to the Hague, where the latter will testify against his employers. Special features include a commentary track; outtakes; deleted, extended, and alternate scenes; and a handful of making-of featurettes.
Elle Fanning and Nat Wolff lend their voices to this animated adventure about a pair of orphans who travel to Paris to pursue their dreams. It comes with a behind-the-scenes video gallery and a trip inside the recording booth with Wolff and co-stars Kate McKinnon and Maddie Ziegler.
This fascinating four-part HBO original documentary chronicles the rise and eventual convergence of two musical visionaries and businessmen, Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. No special features are currently listed.
Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel reprise their roles from the beloved CW drama in this Netflix original series, which takes place a decade after the original series finale and catches up with the titular women. Information on special features is currently unavailable.