DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, & Digital Releases – January 17, 2023: THE MENU, TILL, SPEAK NO EVIL, & More


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DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital Releases for January 17, 2023

New films and TV shows have been released on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, and Digital HD this week, including new Criterion Collection films. Some of these releases are on single discs while others come in large collections, filled with extras, behind-the-scenes footage, and cloud capabilities. Below you find a listing of those films and TV programs.



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Thoughts on This Week’s In-home Releases

The home releases of The Menu, Till, The Fabelmans, Cloverfield, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and A Man Called Otto are the most noteworthy releases (and pre-orders) on home video and streaming services this week.

FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed The Menu and had this to say about the film:

The Menu, directed by Mark Mylod, is a terrifying and bizarrely entertaining movie that knows everything to know about food. This film perfectly captures the art of food preparation, the essence of eating in all its stages and the picture also showcases a character who is an expert at cooking.

Read here the full Hatching The Menu Movie Review.

FilmBook Editor in chief David McDonald reviewed Till and had this to say about the film:

Till is the story of Mamie Till-Mobley’s quest for justice after her son Emmett’s lynching in the Deep South. This account of Emmett Till’s date with destiny begins in the crossfire between the assassination of civil rights activist Lamar Smith a week before Emmett’s arrival and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The specifics of the inciting incident remain debatable even now, after so many revisions, retractions, and recantations of the events over the decades.

Read here the full Till Movie Review.

FilmBook Writer Thomas Duffy reviewed The Fabelmans and had this to say about the film:

The Fabelmans is Steven Spielberg at the top of his game as a filmmaker. It is one of the year’s best films. Gabriel LaBelle couldn’t be more perfectly cast as the stand-in for Spielberg and the actor captures the sincerity of Sammy to perfection. Williams’ performance may be what the movie is remembered for most but LaBelle will become a star in his own right thanks to the actor’s superb work in this excellent movie.

Read here the full The Fabelmans Movie Review.

FilmBook Editor-in-chief Rollo Tomasi reviewed Cloverfield and had this to say about the film:



Cloverfield is A-quality monster movie smartly marketed as a survival movie set in New York City during a going away party. Trailers and commercials for the film showed a mysterious attack on New York City while the perpetrator is kept in the shadows and off screen. During the first act, you are shown the results of the attack but never the attacker fully. This technique built anticipation for when you finally do see it, much like the first time you see the Great White in Jaws.

Read here the full Cloverfield Movie Review.

FilmBook Editor-in-chief Thomas Duffy reviewed A Man Called Otto and had this to say about the film:

A Man Called Otto is the amazing picture that it is because of the collaborative effort of many of the actors involved. Tom Hanks carries a lot of the picture on his shoulders in terms of creating a man who is probably just like our next door neighbor, only maybe a little nosier. When Marisol makes him food and brings it to him, it shows Otto that there is good in the world despite all the bad that has happened to him throughout his life.

Read here the full A Man Called Otto Movie Review.

FilmBook Editor-in-chief Rollo Tomasi reviewed The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and had this to say about the film:

David Fincher’s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a beautiful film about life and death, lavish in its sets and details. Films of this quality and scope are not made often, films about the turbulence of living and cosmic disruption of dying.

Read here the full The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Movie Review.

Let us know your thoughts and let us know which new DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra, or Digital Release for this week you plan on purchasing (or streaming) below in the comments section. Readers seeking to support this type of content can visit our Patreon Page and become one of FilmBook’s patrons. Readers seeking more In-Home release news can visit our Home Entertainment News Page.

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