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New on DVD: Navigate dangers in mountains of ‘Devil’s Peak’

By Tribune News Service
Published: April 12, 2024, 6:04am

A crime drama set in the mountains of North Carolina tops the DVD releases for the week of April 16.

“Devil’s Peak”: Coming of age in Appalachia, a young man must decide whether to join his father, a powerful figure in the local drug trade, or leave his violent roots behind and start anew, if he can. Starring Billy Bob Thornton, Robin Wright and her real-life son, Hopper Penn.

Also new on DVD

“Comeback Kids: A Middle School Basketball Story”: Heartwarming documentary that chronicles a team’s 2018 season as they chase a county title.

“Cut, Color, Murder”: Hallmark Movies & Mysteries offering in which a hair stylist teams up with a detective to investigate a pageant director’s death.

“Double Down South”: A man who runs an illicit billiards gambling house takes a talented young woman under his wing in this high-stakes thriller.

“Exile”: Psychological thriller about a man released from prison following a fatal DUI who believes his family will be targeted by a relative of the victims he killed. But is the threat real or the result of a guilty conscious?

“Mister Sleep”: Horror flick in which the titular killer takes bloody revenge on a bleary-eyed group of insomnia patients.

“The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die”: This movie concludes the Netflix series about warring factions in England at the turn of the 10th century.

“The Star City Murders”: A serial killer with unorthodox methods eludes a team of detectives in this crime film.

“Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: The Final Season”: John Krasinski reports for duty as Prime Video’s globetrotting action drama returns for its fourth and final season.

“Walden”: Emile Hirsch stars as a court stenographer who takes justice into his own hands after finding out he has a terminal illness.

“Werckmeister Harmonies”: Bela Tarr and Agnes Hranitzky’s Hungarian film about the arrival of a mysterious circus in a small village joins the Criterion Collection.

Digital HD

“The Brink Of”: Romance film about an indie pop duo who may be more than collaborators and bandmates.