It’s a poignant week for home entertainment releases, with the Oscar-winning film about an intellectual struck with early onset Alzheimer’s, Still Alice, leading the charge.
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($34.99 Blu-ray, $30.99 DVD: Sony)
Julianne Moore snagged a well-deserved (and long-time-a-comin’) Oscar for her performance as Alice Howland, a Columbia University linguistics professor stricken with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Her husband John (Alec Baldwin) and three grown children (Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth and Hunter Parrish) rally in support while grappling with their own responses, as Alice struggles with losing everything that defines her. It’s powerful, heartbreaking and suspenseful stuff, courtesy co-directors/husbands Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, the former of which passed away recently from ALS complications, making Still Alice all the more poignant. Extras include two making-of featurettes, deleted scenes, and an interview with the composer.
($24.99 DVD; TLA)
Fresh off a heartbreak, young gay newspaper journalist Evan is assigned to profile a charismatic Toronto nightclub promoter, Hunter. As the pair grow close during the research process, Evan is exposed to a whole queer millennial scene…
($22.99 DVD; Hornbill Films)
In this noir-styled documentary, ’70s and ’80s porn director Toby Ross examines the golden age of all male nudie magazines during the ’60s and early ’70s. Extras include commentary, interviews and more.