The following DVDs will be released Tuesday:

"Beaufort" (Kino, $29.95) — *** 1/2This Oscar-nominated war thriller is a very fascinating, sometimes disturbing tale about the emotional and physical toll of combat. With English subtitles (Yiddish and Middle-Eastern dialects).

R (violence, profanity, gore, vulgarity, slurs, brief drugs) —Jeff Vice, Deseret News

"Bigger, Stronger, Faster*" (Magnolia, $26.98) — ***It's not perfect, but this insider documentary about steroids use does make a few interesting points.

PG-13 (drugs, violence, profanity, vulgarity, slurs, nude art, brief gore) —Jeff Vice, Deseret News

"Chapter 27" (Genius, $19.95) — Jared Leto plays Mark David Chapman in this fictionalized thriller, based on the real-life assassination of John Lennon.

R (profanity, sex, violence)

"Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (Universal, $29.98) — ***As with all the movies produced by Judd Apatow, this romantic comedy is extremely R-rated. It's

also appealingly sweet.

Bonus features: Three-disc edition ($34.99) both R-rated and unrated versions of the movie, cast and filmmaker interviews and commentary, outtakes, digital copy for PCs.

R (vulgarity, profanity, sex, nudity, drugs, violence, slurs, brief gore) —Jeff Vice, Deseret News

"Iron Man" (Paramount, $34.98) — *** 1/2An exciting, enthralling action-thriller that ranks among the best comic book-based movies to date. Robert Downey Jr. stars.

Bonus features: Two-disc edition ($34.99) features deleted/extended scenes, cast and filmmaker interviews and commentary, documentaries ("The Invincible Iron Man" and "I am Iron Man").

PG-13 (violence, torture, profanity, brief gore, brief sex, slurs, vulgarity) —Jeff Vice, Deseret News

"Pulse 2: Afterlife" (Dimension/Weinstein, $19.98) — Direct-to-video sequel to the 2006 horror remake. Jamie Bamber ("Battlestar Galactica") stars.

R (violence, gore, sex, nudity, profanity)

"Soccer Mom" (Anchor Bay, $19.97) — Comedy starring Missi Pyle as a woman who pretends to be a man so she can coach her daughter's soccer team.

PG (vulgarity, profanity)

"Taxi to the Dark Side" (ThinkFilm, $27.98) — ***The powerful, Oscar-winning documentary about U.S. military prison abuses is not an easy film to watch.

R (torture, nudity, violence, drugs, slurs, vulgarity, profanity) —Jeff Vice, Deseret News

Some of the upcoming DVD releases include:

October

Oct. 7: "The Happening" — Fox

Oct. 7: "The Memory Keeper's Daughter" — Sony

Oct. 7: "Paranoid Park" — Genius

Oct. 7: "The Visitor" — Anchor Bay

Oct. 7: "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" — Sony

Oct. 14: "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" — Paramount

Oct. 14: "Mongol" — Warner

Oct. 14: "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie" — Universal

Oct. 14: "Standard Operating Procedure" — Universal

Oct. 14: "Warren Miller's Playground" — Shout! Factory

Oct. 21: "The Incredible Hulk" — Universal

Oct. 28: "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl" — Warner

November

Nov. 4: "Henry Poole is Here" — Anchor Bay

Nov. 4: "The Perfect Holiday" — Sony

Nov. 11: "Kung Fu Panda" — Paramount/DreamWorks

Nov. 11: "This Christmas" — Sony

Nov. 18: "Garden Party" — Lionsgate

Nov. 18: "WALL•E" — Disney

Nov. 25: "Meet Dave" — Fox

Nov. 25: "Space Chimps" — Fox

December

Dec. 2: "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" — Disney

Dec. 2: "Step Brothers" — Sony

Dec. 2: "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" — Fox

Dec. 2: "Anamorph" — Genius