Controversial documentary ‘Bully’ arrives on home video this week

Published: Friday, Feb. 15 2013 1:00 p.m. MST

“The Man With the Iron Fists” (Universal/Blu-ray, 2012; R for violence, sex, language, drugs; two discs, $34.98; Blu-ray, DVD and digital versions; theatrical and unrated/extended versions, deleted scenes, featurettes). Ridiculous wild-eyed mix of vintage Western and kung fu elements from hip-hop artist RZA is an over-the-top bloody mess, albeit with phony digital blood. “Presented” by Quentin Tarantino and featuring, believe it or not, Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu! (Also on DVD, $29.98)

“Kill for Me” (Sony, 2012; R for violence, language, sex; $22.99, featurette). “Strangers on a Train” meets “Single White Female” in a college dorm in this been-there-done-that thriller. Katie Cassidy, whose abusive boyfriend is stalking her, becomes roomies with Tracy Spiridakos, who claims her father abused her. You can guess the rest.

“Lake Placid: The Final Chapter” (Sony, 2012; R for violence, language, sex, nudity; $22.99). Cheapjack Syfy cable movie is the fourth film in the gory franchise about giant crocodiles eating tourists and poachers, “Jaws”-style. This time the area has been fenced off but wouldn’t you know it, a busload of school kids accidentally finds its way in just in time for dinner.


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