A look at some of the DVDs, CDs and books hitting stores this week:
“Dark Skies” (PG-13): A mysterious alien presence invades the home of a suburban couple (Keri Russell, Josh Hamilton) in this supernatural thriller.
Topping today’s TV transfers: “Suits: Season Two,” “Covert Affairs: Season Three,” “Doctor Who: Series Seven — Part Two,” “Longmire: The Complete First Season” and “Red Widow: The Complete First Season.”
Alice in Chains, “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here”: Barney is going to be pissed.
That purple, kid-friendly T. Rex probably won’t appreciate Alice In Chains’ latest record, considering its title.
But fans of sturdy, melodically sound hard rock will probably have the opposite reaction.
Also in stores: Terence Blanchard, “Magnetic”; Eisley, “Currents”; John Fogerty, “Wrote a Song for Everyone”; Poppa Chubby, “Universal Breakdown Blues”; Skinny Puppy, “Weapon”; The-Dream, “IV Play”; and Tricky, “False Idols.”
“Deeply Odd” by Dean Koontz: The fan-favorite fry cook who sees spirits returns in this latest series installment, in which a vision warns Odd of a tragedy he must try to prevent — with a little help from the ghost of Alfred Hitchcock.
In another series installment, Kurt Austin and his National Underwater and Marine Agency team must find and destroy a scientist’s earthquake-causing machines in “Zero Hour” by Clive Cussler.
Also hitting shelves: “American Savage” by Dan Savage; “The Bookman’s Tale” by Charlie Lovett; “The Broken Places” by Ace Atkins; “Looking for Me” by Beth Hoffman; “Roosevelt’s Centurions” by Joseph E. Persico; “The Son” by Philipp Meyer; “Troubletwisters Book 3: The Mystery” by Garth Nix; and “Twelve Across” by Barbara Delinsky.
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