An animated movie in which opposites attract tops the DVD releases for the week of Sept. 26.
“Elemental”: Pixar’s newest offering finds an unlikely love story unfolding in Element City, between water and fire.
“It’s fairly rare that beloved animation studio Pixar makes a straightforward romantic movie — the films they produce frequently focus on family love and friendship love, but it’s not often to see a swooning love story between two individuals as we do in Peter Sohn’s ‘Elemental,’ a kind of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ riff featuring the forbidden love between two elements that never easily mix: fire and water,” writes Tribune News Service critic Katie Walsh in her review.
Also new on DVD
“Insidious: The Red Door”: Patrick Wilson makes his directorial debut with this fifth installment of the horror franchise, last visited in 2018’s “Insidious: The Last Key.”
“Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken”: A teen girl, voiced by Lana Condor, learns she is a mythical sea creature in this DreamWorks animated film that also features voice work by Toni Colette, Sam Richardson and Jane Fonda.
“Sympathy for the Devil”: Nicolas Cage and Joel Kinnaman star in this cat-and-mouse thriller.
“Carandiru”: Historical drama recounting a 1992 Brazilian prison massacre.
“Loki : Season 1”: The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand with this Disney+ series spotlighting the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston), one of its most popular characters.
“Interview with the Vampire: Season 1”: Sink your teeth into AMC’s new supernatural drama based on Anne Rice’s 1976 horror novel. With Jacob Anderson and Sam Reid.
“Mayfair Witches: Season 1”: Alexandra Daddario stars as a woman who discovers she has a family history of witchcraft in another AMC adaptation based on the works of Anne Rice.
“Pennyworth: Season 3”: The DC show exploring the Batman butler’s formative years jumped from Epix to HBO Max for its third and final season.
“Ride: Season 1”: Hallmark Channel drama about a family working to keep the family ranch in operation.
“Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: Season Three”: John Krasinski reports for duty as Prime Video’s globetrotting action drama returns for its penultimate season.
“School of Rock”: Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the director Richard Linklater’s comedy classic starring Jack Black as an unorthodox music teacher with a collectible Blu-ray SteelBook.
“Halloween H20: 20 Years Later”: Get ready for spooky season with iconic duo Laurie Strode and Michael Myers as the horror franchise entry marks its 25th anniversary with this limited-edition 4K Ultra HD SteelBook release.
“Moonage Daydream”: Filmmaker Brett Morgan’s 2022 documentary examining the cosmic life and music of David Bowie joins the Criterion Collection on Blu-ray and 4K UHD.
“La Bamba”: Also joining the Criterion ranks on Blu-ray is this 1987 biopic about musician Ritchie Valens (Lou Diamond Phillips), who died in a plane crash with Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper in 1959, “The Day the Music Died.”
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