Adam Wingard’s Certified Fresh The Guest (90 percent), starring Dan Stevens in a thriller about a mysterious man who inserts himself into the lives of a grieving family.
Dinosaur 13 (72 percent), a documentary chronicling the controversy that followed the monumental discovery of the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever found in 1990.
Horns (41 percent), starring Daniel Radcliffe in a horror dramedy about a man suspected of murdering his girlfriend who wakes up one day to discover a pair of horns growing on his head.
Two Night Stand (32 percent), starring Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton in a comedy about two New Yorkers who find themselves snowed in and trapped together after a one-night stand.
The Longest Week (11 percent), starring Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde in a comedy about a wealthy playboy who is cut off from his family’s wealth and suddenly falls in love with a woman he meets on the train.
Left Behind (2 percent), starring Nicolas Cage in an adaptation of the Christian novel about the people who remain on Earth after the Rapture takes place.
Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? (zero percent), the third chapter in the critically panned trilogy based on Ayn Rand’s novel.
One new Criterion release this week: Kihachi Okamoto’s samurai adventure The Sword of Doom (71 percent), about a merciless wandering warrior who is pursued by the brother of a man he killed in combat.
Season five of FX’s animated comedy Archer (100 percent) is available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Season three of Lena Dunham’s Certified Fresh HBO series Girls (89 percent), which centers on a quartet of young women living in New York, is available on DVD and Blu-ray.
The Certified Fresh first season of another HBO comedy, Looking (89 percent), about a group of single gay men navigating their lives in San Francisco, is also available on DVD and Blu-ray.
The Certified Fresh second season of FX’s crime drama, The Bridge (86 percent), about two detectives — one from Texas and one from Mexico — working together to hunt down a serial killer, is available on DVD.
The debut season of Starz’s pirate drama Black Sails (64 percent) is also available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Season Five of Fox’s musical high school comedy Glee (40 percent) is available on DVD.