At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's new on Netflix and TV, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"Green Room"
In one of his final films, Anton Yelchin plays a member of a punk rock band forced to battle murderous white supremacists at a remote Oregon roadhouse. Patrick Stewart shows his range as the diabolical club owner in this critically acclaimed horror thriller out on DVD and Blu-ray July 12. Check out a portion of MonkeyGoose Magazine's review: "All of this could easily have devolved into 'B' movie territory if it weren't for the amazing cast. Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots (reunited after their underrated work on the Fright Night remake) make for strong protagonists that you find yourself quickly rooting for, while Patrick 'Jean-Luc Picard' Stewart plays against type as the ice cold club owner and de facto skinhead leader. The acting is top notch; it's easy to feel a connection to the characters and feel that these are very real parts of a world. The cast is a highlight — better than this type of film can usually muster." Blu-ray and DVD special features including audio commentary with director Jeremy Saulnier and the featurette "Into the Pit: Making Green Room."

"The Dresser"
Ian McKellen is Norman and Anthony Hopkins is "Sir" in this British drama film based on the 1980 play by Ronald Harwood, set in a touring Shakespearean theater company. Backstage hand Norman is devoted to the brilliant but tyrannical head of the company, Sir, and struggles to support the deteriorating star as the company works to carry on during the London blitz. Watch the film, co-starring Emily Watson and Vanessa Kirby, on DVD July 12.

Here's one of Anchor Bay's DVD bonus clips with the cast and filmmakers:

"The Divergent Series: Allegiant"
Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) lead rebels over the city wall into a strange, threatening new world in "Allegiant," the third film in the "Divergent" series. It's out on DVD, Blu-ray, and On Demand July 12. Bonus features include audio commentary with producers Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher; and six featurettes: Allegiant: Book to Film, Battle in the Bullfrog: The Stunts and Choreography Behind This Thrilling Sequence, Finding the Future: Effects & Technology, Characters in Conflict: The Motivations Behind the Film's Antagonists, The Next Chapter: Cast & Characters, and Building the Bureau.

"Colony" Season 1
If you love post-apocalyptic sci-fi shows, consider binge-ing on the 10 episodes of "Colony" Season 1. The USA Network show's first season is out on DVD only July 12. Set in the near future, "Colony" follows the Bowman family (led by Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies) as they struggle to survive an occupied Los Angeles, now a dangerous world divided into collaborators vs. the resistance. Season 2 is coming next year, so you have some time to catch up.

New on Netflix

"Stranger Things" (Netflix Original)
Winona Ryder stars as Joyce, a mom searching for her missing son, in this trippy new sci-fi series set in a small Indiana town in 1983. As Joyce and local authorities search for answers, they unravel a series of extraordinary mysteries involving secret government experiments, unnerving supernatural forces, and a very unusual little girl. Watch the eight episodes exclusively on Netflix starting July 15.

"Rebirth" (Netflix Original)
Netflix is expanding its exclusive film debuts, including this psychological thriller from writer-director Karl Mueller, starring Fran Kranz, Adam Goldberg, Kat Foster, Nicky Whelan, Harry Hamlin, Andrew .J West, Sheryl Lee, and Pat Healy. Here's Netflix's tease: "Long-lost buddy Zack (Goldberg) gets suburban dad Kyle (Kranz) on a bus to a Rebirth seminar, sending him down a rabbit hole of psychodrama, seduction, and violence."

Those aren't the only Netflix exclusives this week. You can also check out "Magi: The Adventures of Sinbad" Season 1 on July 14; "The Adventures of Puss in Boots" Season 3 on July 15; and "Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru" also on July 15.

TV Worth Watching

"Mr. Robot" Season 2 (Wednesday on USA at 10 p.m.)
It's the end of the economic world as we know it, so what the fsociety happens now? Find out when this Golden Globe-award winning drama returns July 13. USA's 12 episode second season starts with back-to-back episodes, followed by a special live after-show, "Hacking Robot." According to Variety, the episodes -- titled and -- pick up 30 days after the fsociety 5/9 hack on Evil Corp. Season 2 will explore the consequences of that attack as well as the illusion of control. Plus we have to further explore the relationship between Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) and the man he just can't seem to leave behind (Christian Slater).

Here's the Season 2 trailer:

"Vice Principals" Season 1 (Sunday on HBO at 10:30 p.m.)
Missing "Veep"? Check out Danny McBride and Walton Goggins in HBO's new comedy timeslot filler following two veep wannabes. Season 1, Episode 1, "The Principal," airs July 17, with this synopsis: "When the principal of a high school retires, two vice principals go to extremes to land the vacant job."

"Power" Season 3 (Sunday on Starz at 9 p.m.)
Season 3 of this Starz crime drama brings 10 new episodes, starting July 17. Omari Hardwick plays the lead role of James St. Patrick, aka "Ghost," owner of a New York City nightclub and major player in one of the city's biggest illegal drug networks. Here's the official synopsis for the Season 3 premiere, "Call Me James": "James prepares to leave Ghost behind; Angela must choose between honor and love; Shawn's death leaves Tasha reeling; Tommy is forced to make bold moves."

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital

"The Boss"
Michelle Darnell (Melissa McCarthy) is out of prison and ready to rebuild her empire in this all-star comedy available on Digital HD July 12, before the Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand release July 26. Kristen Bell co-stars, along with Peter Dinklage, Kathy Bates, and Cecily Strong. The Blu-ray and Digital extras include an exclusive look at McCarthy's original 2005 comedy performance as Michelle Darnell in the Groundlings sketch that started it all.

"Hardcore Henry"
The first action movie filmed completely from the first-person shooter perspective, "Hardcore Henry" -- about a guy who wakes up with no memory, is told he was just brought back from the dead, and then starts getting shot at -- is out on Digital HD July 12, before the disc and demand release July 26. The Blu-ray, DVD, and digital releases include deleted scenes and commentary with the director and actor/producer.

"Difficult People" (Hulu)
Our two wonderfully obnoxious friends Julie and Billy are back to snap at more innocent bystanders in the return of this Hulu comedy series on Tuesday, July 12. According to Entertainment Weekly, Season 2 will see Billy (Billy Eichner) try to find a boyfriend while Julie (Julie Klausner) does everything in her power to avoid deepening her relationship with Arthur (James Urbaniak). On the career front, Billy and Julie are still hoping to break big. The good news is that she has found an empty office where Arthur works, so, without his knowledge, she and Billy set up shop there and draft a family friend to serve as their intern.

Watch what happens on the intern front in this hilarious ("Who's Conan?") first look:

As the tagline says, this is the story of the right man in the wrong body. Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman, Tommy Lee Jones, Alice Eve, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds star in this thriller about a dead CIA operative (Reynolds) whose memories are implanted into a death row inmate (Costner). Watch it on Digital July 12, and on disc July 26. Special bonus features include deleted scenes, a "Criminal Intent" featurette, a Director's Notes featurette, and Madsonik's "Drift and Fall Again" music video.

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