When It Comes To This Week’s DVD & Blu-ray New Releases, Everybody Wants Some

Richard Linklater’s 1980s-set comedy leads off this week’s new releases, check ’em out!:

Everybody Wants Some!!

A group of college baseball players are living the life in the 1980s. They’re learning to manage the responsibilities and freedoms that come with being an adult as they enter their first year of college. As they recklessly party through life, they have two missions: to make the baseball team and to have a great time. While they’re trying to get girls and experience the highs of life, they also form intense bonds with their teammates and learn how to be grown ups. Everybody Wants Some was written and directed by Richard Linklater.

The Divergent Series: Allegiant

In this exciting penultimate film in The Divergent Series, Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) lead a team of rebels in a daring escape over the city wall-into a strange new world where they face a threat more dangerous than they ever imagined. Together, Tris and Four wage a furious battle for survival, fighting not only for their factions and loved ones, but for the future of an entire city in this dynamic, action-packed adventure.

Green Room

A young punk band, finishing up their self-managed tour, gets a last-minute invitation to play at an isolated backwoods venue. The gig turns sinister when the band members discover that the club is a haven for neo-Nazis, led by Stewart’s character. Also stars Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Joe Cole and Alia Shawkat.

Miracles from Heaven

When her young daughter Anna (Kylie Rogers) is diagnosed with a rare digestive disorder that requires her to use a feeding tube to eat, Christy Beam (Jennifer Garner) begins to question her faith in God, as she desperately tries to get the girl the help she needs. Will Christy’s belief in a higher power be restored when Anna suffers a freak accident and, not only walks away unharmed, but is somehow seemingly cured of her illness? Based on Beam’s memoir, this moving faith-based drama also stars Martin Henderson, Queen Latifah, John Carroll Lynch.