Happy New Year to all our OnVideo friends.
From the Big Screen:
“Hitman: Agent 47” and “The Perfect Guy.” For more information on other releases this week, see the Weekly Guide to Home Video Releases.
“Bone Tomahawk” (2014): Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Richard Jenkins, David Arquette, Sid Haig. When a group of cannibal savages kidnaps settlers from the small town of Bright Hope, an unlikely team of gunslingers, led by Sheriff Franklin Hunt (Kurt Russell), sets out to bring them home. But their enemy is more ruthless than anyone could have imagined, putting their mission — and survival itself — in serious jeopardy. On DVD, Blu-ray Disc from RLJ Entertainment.
“Jenny’s Wedding” (2014): Katherine Heigl, Tom Wilkinson, Alexis Bledel. Jenny Farrell (Heigl) has led an openly gay life — except with her conventional family. When she finally decides to marry the woman they thought was just her roommate, Jenny and her family are forced to face the parts of themselves and each other that they’ve tried to ignore for so long. From IFC Films.
“Shameless: The Complete Fifth Season” (2015): Three-disc DVD and two-disc Blu-ray sets with all 13 episodes. Based on the long-running, award-winning British series, “Shameless” was adapted for American television by John Wells and original UK series creator Paul Abbott. In Season Fve, the Gallaghers are feeling the heat: In the swelter of another Chicago summer, Fiona (Emmy Rossum) juggles a crush on her new boss (Dermot Mulroney) with a new husband (Steve Kazee) and the return of her old boyfriend (Justin Chatwin)! Frank (William H. Macy) balances his brand new liver against that old healthy appetite for liquor, drugs and trouble. Lip (Jeremy Allen White) heads home from college and struggles to hang with his old South Side friends. Debbie (Emma Kenney) has her first real boyfriend, Ian’s (Cameron Monaghan) dealing with real health issues, and Carl’s (Ethan Cutkosky) just dealing. Personal and urban renewal runs rampant as organic coffee shops and yoga studios invade the hood, and the Gallaghers stumble toward finding out who they really are and who to truly love. From Warner.