All the DVD releases this week: Transformers and more

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts in theaters June 9.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts in theaters June 9. /
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Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is finally heading to DVD and Blu-ray. Take a look at all the DVD releases happening this week.

This week sees a good selection of movies and TV shows heading to DVD and Blu-ray. There are some big blockbuster movies, psychological TV shows, and comedies.

Transformers: Rise of the Beast is likely the biggest release of the week. This is the seventh installment of the franchise, and you won’t want to miss out if you love the others. It’s perfect for the whole family, especially those who love sci-fi and genre movies.

Strays, Yellowjackets, and more

What about a comedy that definitely isn’t suitable for children? It’s all about Strays, which involves talking dogs. In this one, a dog is dumped by his owner and he meets a gang of strays who help him get back home and get revenge.

If you’re in the mood for a TV series that makes you think, you’ll likely have streamed Yellowjackets on SHOWTIME. Well, it’s time to add the second season to your DVD collection. The second season picks up with some reveals, such as what happened to Lottie and how the teenage girls became cannibals in the wilderness.

When you want a drama, you’ll need to turn to Fatal Attraction. The Paramount+ series follows Dan Gallagher and his wife Beth. Dan has an affair, which is bad enough. Well, this affair partner may not be as stable as Dan originally thought. The series is a remake of the classic psychosexual thriller starring Lizzy Caplan, Joshua Jackson, and Amanda Peet.

All the DVD releases happening this week

  • The Boogeyman
  • The Channel
  • Fatal Attraction Season 1
  • Impuratus
  • Jules
  • The Mayor of Kingstown Season2
  • Sniper: G.R.I.T. – Global Response & Intelligence Team
  • Strays
  • Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
  • Yellowjackets Season 2

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