New on DVD: Gear up for spooky season with 'Talk to Me'

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An Australian horror thriller tops the DVD releases for the week of Oct. 3

"Talk to Me": The directorial debut of twin brothers Danny and Michael Philippou (who go by RackaRacka on YouTube) concerns a group of teens who become obsessed with connecting to spirits via a plaster hand, with things eventually going too far.

“'Talk to Me' is a relatively simple story with larger existential themes of grief, guilt and the multifaceted spiritual connection between mothers and daughters," writes Tribune News Service critic Katie Walsh in her review. "The concept is deftly and artfully executed by the Philippou brothers, who don’t fall back on cheap jump scares, but rely on a dexterous cinematic style and grisly imagery to make a film that is truly dark and terrifying."


"Animal Crackers": Animated film in which a family uses their box of magical crackers to thwart their evil uncle's attempt to take over a dilapidated circus.

"Mob Land": After their attempt to rob a drug dealer does not go smoothly, a man and his brother-in-law draw the attention of both the sheriff and a mob boss. Starring Shiloh Fernandez, John Travolta, Kevin Dillon and Stephen Dorff.

"NCIS: Hawai'i: Season Two": The tropical-set spinoff of the CBS drama series returns for a second season that features crossover events with both "NCIS" and "NCIS: Los Angeles."

"Prey": Set in 1719 on the Great Plains, a Comanche warrior (Amber Midthunder) has a close encounter of the worst kind in this entry in the “Predator” franchise that premiered on Hulu in 2022.


"Don't Look Now": As Nicolas Roeg's 1973 classic marks its 50th anniversary, the supernatural drama starring Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland joins the Criterion Collection on Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD.

Disney 100: The animated classics "The Little Mermaid," "The Lion King," "Moana" and "Aladdin" get SteelBook releases as part of Walt Disney's ongoing centennial celebration.


"R BnB": An anniversary at a secluded rental property takes a turn for a New York couple when they discover they are being recorded for some unknown reason.

"After Everything": The fifth and final installment of the "After" romance franchise.


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