Our recommendations for what’s new for home viewing this month.
Another true underdog story about a farmer taking on big agriculture.
Chaotic, weird, and unsettling in the most unpleasant way.
This movie is as gross-out and low brow as they come. It’s also really, really funny.
This film isn’t for everyone, but its eccentricity certainly is captivating.
There’s something so sad at the heart of its lead character that it plays as more disturbing than laugh-out-loud funny.