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Best of 1980s Collection (DVD)(2016)


Celebrate good friends, classic music and ground-breaking moviemaking with the 15th Anniversary Collector's Edition of THE BIG CHILL! Experience the movie in digitally remastered picture and stereo sound from the original film elements. With a new featurette including up-to-date interviews with the cast and filmmakers, behind-the-scenes footage and hilarious scenes never before shown, this definitive special edition will take you straight to the heart of the reunion that made film history. Join Kevin Kline, Glenn Close, William Hurt, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Berenger, Mary Kay Place, Jobeth Williams and Meg Tilly as they reunite for the funeral of a college pal. During the weekend that follows, these friends compare their 60's ideas with the harsh reality of their lives in the 80's, and discover that in a cold world, you need your friends to keep you warm.,Nothing was going to stop Roy Hobbs from fulfilling his boyhood dream of baseball superstardom. Robert Redford stars in this inspiring fable that begins when 14-year-old Hobbs (Redford) fashions a powerful bat from a fallen oak tree. He soon impresses major league scouts with his ability, fixing his extraordinary talent in the mind of sportswriter Max Mercy (Robert Duvall), who eventually becomes instrumental in Hobb's career. But a meeting with a mysterious woman shatters his dream. Years pass and an older Hobbs reappears as a rookie from The New York Knights. Overcoming physical pain and defying those who have a stake in seeing the Knights lose, Hobbs, with his boyhood bat, has his chance to lead the Knights to the pennant and to finally fulfill his dream.,A fatherless teenager faces his moment of truth in THE KARATE KID. Daniel (Ralph Macchio) arrives in Los Angeles from the east coast and faces the difficult task of making new friends. However, he becomes the object of bullying by the Cobras, a menacing gang of karate students, when he strikes up relationship with Ali (Elisabeth Shue), the Cobra leader's ex-girlfriend. Eager to fight back and impress his new girlfriend but afraid to confront the dangerous gang, Daniel asks his handyman Miyagi(Noriyuki 'Pat' Morita), whom he learns is a master of the martial arts, to teach him karate. Miyagi teaches Daniel that karate is a mastery over the self, mind, and body and that fighting is always the last answer to a problem. Under Miyagi's guidance, Daniel develops not only physical skills but also the faith and self-confidence to compete despite tremendous odds as he encounters the fight of his life in the exciting finale to this entertaining film.,Director John Carpenter presents a romantic science fiction odyssey starring Jeff Bridges as an innocent alien from a distant planet who learns what it means to be a man in love. When his spacecraft is shot down over Wisconsin, Starman (Bridges) arrives at the remote cabin of a distraught young widow, Jenny Hayden (Karen Allen), and clones the form of her dead husband. The alien convinces Jenny to drive him to Arizona, explaining that if he isn't picked up by his mothership in three days, he'lldie. Hot on their trail are government agents, intent on capturing the alien, dead or alive. En route, Starman demonstrates the power of universal love, while Jenny rediscovers her human feelings forpassion.,Sir Ben Kingsley stars as Mohandas Gandhi in Lord Richard Attenborough's riveting biography of the man who rose from simple lawyer to worldwide symbol of peace and understanding. A critical masterpiece, GANDHI is an intriguing story about activism, politics, religious tolerance and freedom. But at the center of it all is an extraordinary man who fought for a nonviolent, peaceful existence, and set an entire nation free. Winner of 8 Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Best Director (Richard Attenborough) and Best Actor (Sir Ben Kingsley), GANDHI's highly acclaimed cast also includes Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, Sir John Gielgud, Roshan Seth and Martin Sheen.,The lush beauty and splendor of a South Pacific paradise is vividly captured in this version of Henry DeVere Stacpoole's 1903 novel. Two small children and a ship's cook survive a shipwreck and find safety on an idyllic tropical island. Soon, however, the cook dies and the young boy and girl are left on their own. Days become years and Emmeline (Brooke Shields) and Richard (Christopher Atkins) make a home for themselves surrounded by exotic creatures and nature's beauty. They learn to cope with the bewildering variety of physical changes that come with adolescence. And as they begin to mature, their childhood affections lead to a sensitive and more profound love and the birth of a child. But will they ever see civilization again?,A trio of university parasychologists lose their research grant and decide to open their own business, "Ghostbusters," and almost at once are summoned to investigate the strange happenings in a Central Park West apartment. What they discover is that all Manhattan is being besieged by other worldly demons.,Michael Dorsey is a talented actor, but his demanding nature and stubborn temperament have antagonized every producer in New York. Now his agent insists no one will hire him. But Michael needs money - eight thousand dollars to be exact - and to earn it, he's willing to play the role of a lifetime. Dustin Hoffman stars with Jessica Lange, Teri Garr, Dabney Coleman, Charles Durning, Bill Murray andGeena Davis in director Sydney Pollack's heart-filled classic that heralded a new era of Hollywood wig-flipping and set a new standard for unpredictable laugh-out-loud comedy.,The story of Nikolai Rodchenko (Mikhail Baryshnikov), a Russian defector, and Raymond Greenwood (Gregory Hines), an American tap dancer who defected behind the Iron Curtain during the Vietnam War. Artistic vision and political idealism collide as two great dancers make a decision that will change their lives forever.

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release date Title ($) Box office totals (domestic) Notes Studio Reference January 5 Aladdin 2: The Return of Jafar / Aladdin and the King of ThievesN/A2-Movie Collection DVD & Blu-ray (Disney Movie Club Exclusive)Disney[2]Ashby$122,919DVDParamount[3]A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velásquez StoryN/ADVDCinedigm[4]Captive$2,583,301DVDParamount[5]Close RangeN/ADVD & Blu-rayXLrator Media[6]Cold DeckN/ADVDScreen Media Films[7]Condemned (2015)N/ADVD & Blu-rayRLJ Entertainment[8]DeathgasmN/ADVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[9]Experimenter$128,465DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[10]Full of GraceN/ADVDCinedigm[11]The Green Inferno$7,192,291DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[12]Hell and Back$157,768DVDFreestyle Media[13]The Hotel New HampshireN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[14]Infinitely Polar Bear$1,430,655DVD & Blu-raySony[15]Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful LoserN/ADVD & Blu-raySony[16]Love (2015)$249,083DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DAlchemy[17]Memories of the Sword$111,071DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[18]Northern Soul$8,886DVDFreestyle Releasing[19]Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse$3,703,046DVD & Blu-rayParamount[20]Shanghai (2010)$46,425DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[21]Sicario$46,889,293DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[22]Sleeping with Other People$819,431DVD & Blu-rayParamount[23]The Visit$65,206,105DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[24]The Walk (2015)$10,137,502DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DSony[25]WreckerN/ADVDXLrator Media[26]January 12 All of My HeartN/ADVDCinedigm[27]The American FriendN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[28]Are We There Yet?N/ABlu-rayMill Creek Entertainment[29]The Bed Sitting RoomN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[30]Bitter RiceN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[31]Contracted: Phase IIN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[32]Figures in a LandscapeN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[33]Flutter (2015)N/ADVDXLrator Media[34]Hotel Transylvania 2$169,700,110DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DSony[35]How I Won the WarN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[36]In the Basement$3,643DVDStrand Releasing[37]Irrational Man$4,030,360DVD & Blu-raySony[38]The Knack ...and How to Get ItN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[39]Making Rounds$1,484DVDFirst Run Features[40]The Martian$228,433,663DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3D20th Century Fox[41]Out 1N/ALimited Edition DVD & Blu-rayCarlotta Films[42]PainkillersN/ADVDRLJ Entertainment[43]Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension$18,300,124DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DParamount[44]Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are DeadN/A25th Anniversary Edition DVD & Blu-rayRLJ Entertainment[45]The Second Mother (2015)$376,986DVDOscilloscope Laboratories[46]Sinister 2$27,740,955DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[47]So You Said YesN/ADVDCinedigm[48]The Stanford Prison Experiment$660,561Blu-rayMPI Media Group[49]This Changes Everything$16,692DVD & Blu-rayVideo Services Corp[50]Uncle JohnN/ADVDKino Lorber[51]January 19 All Things Must Pass$172,394DVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[52]American GigoloN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[53]The Condemned 2N/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[54]The Cut (2014; Drama)$28,066DVDStrand Releasing[55]The Diary of a Teenage Girl$1,477,002DVD & Blu-raySony[56]Eden (2015)$65,460DVDBroad Green[57]Everest (2015)$43,482,270DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DUniversal[58]GildaN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[59]A Girl Like Her (2015)N/ADVDThe Bully Chronicles[60]The Guardian (1990)N/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[61]The Ice PiratesN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[62]Inside Llewyn DavisN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[63]The Intern (2015)$75,764,672DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[64]Jem and the Holograms$2,184,640DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[65]Learning to Drive$3,447,633DVDBroad Green[66]Of Mice and Men (1992)N/ABlu-rayOlive Films[67]Samba (2014)$151,530DVDBroad Green[68]SerialN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[69]Stonewall$187,674DVDLionsgate[70]Straight Outta Compton$161,197,785DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[71]The UndesirableN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[72]Woodlawn$14,394,097DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[73]January 26 The Assassin (2015)$632,542DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[74]A Brilliant Young Mind$171,793DVDSony[75]Brush with DangerN/ADVDVision Films[76]Burnt$13,651,946DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[77]Chi-Raq$2,653,032DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[78]Goosebumps$80,080,379DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DSony[79]In My Father's HouseN/ADVDArc Entertainment[80]Jesse Stone: Lost in ParadiseN/ADVDSony[81]Meet the PatelsN/ADVDAlchemy[82]The New Girlfriend$146,754DVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[83]The WannabeN/ADVDMomentum[84]The Wrong ManN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[85]February 2 American HeroN/ADVD & Blu-rayScreen Media Films[86]Anger of the DeadN/ADVDUncork'd Entertainment[87]A Ballerina's Tale$131,995DVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[88]Batman: Bad BloodN/ADVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[89]The Beauty Inside$108,083DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[90]Big Stone Gap$1,009,301DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[91]Bleeding HeartN/ADVDGravitas Ventures[92]Blue Mountain State: The Rise of ThadlandN/ADVDLionsgate[93]Breathe (2014)$42,297DVDFilm Movement[94]Bridge of Spies$72,313,754DVD & Blu-rayTouchstone/DreamWorks[95]Delirious (1991)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[96]Effie Gray$368,609DVDUniversal[97]Extraordinary TalesN/ADVDCinedigm[98]Freeheld$573,335DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[99]GorpN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[100]He Never DiedN/ADVDVertical Entertainment[101]HellionsN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[102]Highway to HellN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[103]Julia (2014)$2,710DVDArchstone Entertainment[104]The Keeping Room$27,166DVD & Blu-rayCinedigm[105]Ladrones$3,063,505DVDLionsgate[106]The Land Before Time: Journey of the BraveN/ADVDUniversal[107]The Last Witch Hunter$27,367,660DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[108]Man UpN/ADVDLionsgate[109]MeadowlandN/ADVDCinedigm[110]Our Brand Is Crisis (2015)$7,002,261DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[111]The Prophet (2014)$725,489DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[112]Rock the Kasbah$3,020,664DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[113]Shelter (2014)N/ADVDScreen Media Films[114]The Sin SeerN/ADVDRLJ Entertainment[115]Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)N/A2-Disc Signature Edition DVD & Blu-rayDisneySuffragette$4,702,420DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[116]Truth (2015)$2,541,854DVD & Blu-raySony[117]UncagedN/ADVDRLJ Entertainment[118]Up the CreekN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[119]The World of Kanako$16,627DVD & Blu-rayCinedigm[120]February 9 99 Homes$1,411,927DVDBroad Green[121]Crimson Peak$31,090,320DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[122]A Date with Miss FortuneN/ADVDVision Films[123]The Emigrants / The New LandN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[124]Freaks of Nature$70,958DVD & Blu-raySony[125]Grandma$6,980,524DVD & Blu-raySony[126]Love the Coopers$26,302,731DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[127]MI-5N/ADVDLionsgate[128]Paulette$29,494DVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[129]Playin' for LoveN/ADVDRLJ Entertainment[130]Pokémon: The First Movie / Pokémon: The Movie 2000 / Pokémon 3: The MovieN/A1–3 Blu-ray CollectionViz Media/Warner Bros.[131]Portrait of a Serial MonogamistN/ADVDWolfe[132]Sheba, BabyN/ASpecial Edition Blu-rayArrow[133]The SouthernerN/ADVD & Blu-rayKino Classics[134]Spectre$200,074,609DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[135]Welcome to Leith$36,010DVDFirst Run Features[136]February 16 The 33$12,227,722DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[137]Black Mass$62,575,678DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[138]The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution$516,893DVD & Blu-rayPBS[139]Criminal ActivitiesN/ADVD & Blu-rayRLJ Entertainment[140]Death by HangingN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[141]The Iron GiantN/ASignature Edition DVDWarner Bros.[142]The Iron Ministry$3,340DVDIcarus Films[143]The Kid (1921)N/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[144]Labyrinth of LiesN/ADVD & Blu-raySony[145]No Way OutN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[146]Steve Jobs$17,766,658DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[147]Trumbo$7,857,741DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[148]February 23 The Big SleepN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[149]Brooklyn$38,322,743DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[150]DiabloN/ADVD & Blu-rayMomentum[151]Dirty Old Town (2011)N/ADVDKino Lorber[152]Entertainment$55,506DVDImports[153]Extraction$16,775DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[154]The Girl in the Book$8,245DVDMonarch[155]The Good Dinosaur$123,087,120DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DDisney/Pixar[156]The GraduateN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[157]I Knew Her WellN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[158]I Smile Back$58,738DVDBroad Green[159]Key LargoN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[160]The Lion Guard: Return of the RoarN/ADVDDisney[161]MoonwalkersN/ADVD & Blu-rayAlchemy[162]My All American$2,246,000DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[163]Pauline at the BeachN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[164]Racing ExtinctionN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[165]Secret in Their Eyes$20,180,155DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[166]Spies (1928)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKino Classics[167]Spotlight$45,055,776DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[168]The Summer of Sangailė$4,480DVDStrand Releasing[169]We Are Twisted F***ing Sister!$8,277DVD & Blu-rayMusic Box Films[170]Woman in the MoonN/ADVD & Blu-rayKino Classics[171]Yosemite$13,931DVD & Blu-rayMonterey Media[172]March 1 1982 (2013)N/ADVDLionsgate[173]All Roads Lead to Rome (2015)N/ADVDMomentum[174]The Amazing Spider-Man 2N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[175]Barbie: Spy SquadN/ADVD & Blu-rayUniversal[176]The Boy (2015)N/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[177]Capture the Flag$6,690DVDParamount[178]ChappieN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[179]A Country Called HomeN/ADVDArc Entertainment[180]Creed$109,767,581DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[181]Dancin': It's On!N/ADVDHannover House[182]The Danish Girl$11,114,018DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[183]Don Verdean$31,309DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[184]Ender's GameN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[185]Exodus: Gods and KingsN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[186]The Expendables 3N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[187]Fantastic Four (2015)N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[188]HancockN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[189]Hitman: Agent 47N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[190]In Defense of FoodN/ADVD & Blu-rayPBS[191]IntrudersN/ADVDMomentum[192]Kingsman: The Secret ServiceN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[193]The Last Witch HunterN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[194]Legend$1,872,994DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[195]Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic ClashN/ADVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[196]The Lego MovieN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[197]LifeN/ADVDCinedigm[198]Life of PiN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[199]Lost in Hong Kong$1,302,281DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[200]Mad Max: Fury RoadN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[201]The MartianN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[202]The Maze RunnerN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[203]Maze Runner: The Scorch TrialsN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[204]Miss You Already$1,162,653DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[205]NarcopolisN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[206]The Night Before (2015)$43,047,372DVD & Blu-raySony[207]NobleN/ADVDWord Films P&D[208]PanN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[209]Pineapple ExpressN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[210]RatterN/ADVDSony[211]Room (2015)$14,677,654DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[212]Salt (2010)N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[213]San AndreasN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[214]Scream at the DevilN/ADVDEntertainment One[215]She's Beautiful When She's Angry$421,573DVDMusic Box Films[216]SicarioN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[217]The Smurfs 2N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[218]Strange BrewN/ADVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[219]Sunshine SupermanN/ADVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[220]Taxi (2015)$321,642DVD & Blu-rayKino Lorber[221]WildN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[222]X-Men: Days of Future PastN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[223]Youth$2,703,296Blu-ray20th Century Fox[224]March 8 10,000 kmN/ADVDBroad Green[225]Along Came PollyN/ABlu-rayUniversal[226]Batteries Not IncludedN/ABlu-rayUniversal[227]The Benefactor (2015)N/ADVD & Blu-rayMomentum[228]The Best Little Whorehouse in TexasN/ABlu-rayUniversal[229]Break PointN/ADVDBroad Green[230]Coming Home (2014)N/ADVD & Blu-raySony[231]The Forbidden Room (2015)$34,404DVD & Blu-rayKino Lorber[232]Grease: LiveN/ADVDParamount[233]Howard the DuckN/ABlu-rayUniversal[234]In the Heart of the Sea$25,020,758DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DWarner Bros.[235]Macbeth$1,110,707DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[236]The Mountain Men (2016)N/ADVDLevel 33 Entertainment[237]Open Season 4: Scared SillyN/ADVD & Blu-raySony[238]Paris Belongs to UsN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[239]The Peanuts Movie$130,178,411DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[240]Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of AgesN/ADVDViz Media/Warner Bros.[241]The Tribe (2014)$150,564DVD & Blu-rayCinedigm[242]Victor Frankenstein$5,775,076DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[243]VictoriaN/ADVD & Blu-rayAdopt Films[244]The VikingsN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[245]We Come as FriendsN/ADVDBBC[246]The WondersN/ADVDOscilloscope Laboratories[247]XanaduN/ABlu-rayUniversal[248]You Can't Take It with YouN/ABlu-raySony[249]March 15 The 11th HourN/ADVDPassion River[250]Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip$85,886,987DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[251]Band of Robbers$20,555DVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[252]The Big Short$70,259,870DVD & Blu-rayParamount[253]Brooklyn$38,322,743DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[254]Carol$12,711,491DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[255]Censored Voices$41,260DVDMusic Box Films[256]Half-Shell Heroes: Blast to the PastN/ADVDParamount[257]Love$249,083DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DAlchemyThe Manchurian Candidate (1962)N/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[258]MulanN/ABlu-ray (Disney Movie Club exclusive)DisneyPocahontasN/ADVD & Blu-ray (Disney Movie Club exclusive)DisneySisters$87,044,645DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[259]Steve Jobs: The Man in the MachineN/ADVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[260]Swing VoteN/ABlu-rayMill Creek Entertainment[261]What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy$40,119DVDOscilloscope Laboratories[262]March 22 BanditsN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[263]A Brighter Summer DayN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[264]Clean SlateN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[265]Daddy's Home$150,357,137DVD & Blu-rayParamount[266]Disturbing BehaviorN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[267]Dreams Rewired$11,843DVDIcarus Films[268]The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2$281,723,902DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[269]James White$101,368DVDAlchemy[270]The Letters$1,647,416DVD20th Century Fox[271]Monster High: Great Scarrier ReefN/ADVD & Blu-rayUniversal[272]Noma: My Perfect Storm$21,130DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[273]March 29 Bicycle ThievesN/AThe Criterion Collection Blu-rayCriterion Collection[274]Cartel Land$704,352DVDParamount[275]Concussion (2015)$34,542,474DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[276]Exposed (2016)N/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[277]The Hateful Eight$54,117,416DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[278]Killing Them SafelyN/ADVDMPI Media Group[279]Mediterranea$22,076DVDMPI Media Group[280]Of Mind and Music$15,073DVD & Blu-rayMonterey Media[281]Point Break$28,782,481DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DWarner Bros.[282]April 5 Bad HurtN/ADVDScreen Media Films[283]Cherry TreeN/ADVDMPI Media Group[284]DixielandN/ADVDMPI Media Group[285]The Gallant HoursN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[286]The HallowN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[287]Hashtag HorrorN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[288]How to Change the WorldN/ADVDKino Lorber[289]IdenticalsN/ADVDSony[290]The Masked Saint$182,695DVDFreestyle[291]Mojave$8,253DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[292]Of Men and WarN/ADVDKino Lorber[293]Prescription ThugsN/ADVD & Blu-rayAnchor Bay Entertainment[294]The Purple PlainN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[295]Star Wars: The Force Awakens$936,662,225DVD & Blu-rayDisney/Lucasfilm[296]Tumbledown$135,026DVD & Blu-rayStarz/Anchor Bay Entertainment[297]April 12 Bride of Re-AnimatorN/ABlu-rayArrow[298]The Forest (2016)$26,594,261DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[299]Justice League vs. Teen TitansN/ADVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[300]The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (2015)$2,167DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[301]Only Angels Have WingsN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[302]StandoffN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[303]Suspicion (1941)N/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[304]April 19 All Mistakes BuriedN/ADVDBreaking Glass[305]BarcelonaN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[306]BetrayedN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[307]Crazy About Tiffany'sN/ADVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[308]Dead Pigeon on Beethoven StreetN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[309]DisappearancesN/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[310]Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon$62,660DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[311]Fatal BeautyN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[312]The File of the Golden GooseN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[313]Fifty Shades of Black$11,686,940DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[314]The Fool (2014)N/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[315]Foreign Exchange (2008)N/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[316]Hard Times (2009)N/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[317]The Holcroft CovenantN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[318]Ip Man 3$2,679,437DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[319]The Lady in the Van$10,021,175DVD & Blu-raySony[320]Lamb (2015; U.S.)$14,547DVDSony[321]Love is a VerbN/ADVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[322]Miracle BeachN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[323]MisconductN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[324]Norm of the North$17,062,499DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[325]Panic in Year Zero!N/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[326]The Revenant$183,637,894DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[327]Sembene!$28,059DVDKino Lorber[328]Sibling RivalryN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[329]Susan Slept HereN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[330]The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2N/ACollector's Edition Blu-rayShout! Factory[331]Try and Get MeN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[332]Stalker (2010)N/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[333]Ulee's GoldN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[334]Uptown GirlsN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[335]What Lola WantsN/ADVD & Blu-rayAnchor Bay Entertainment[336]What's the Worst That Could Happen?N/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[337]April 26 Alice in Wonderland (1951)N/A65th Anniversary DVD & Blu-ray (Disney Movie Club exclusive)Disney[338]Ask Me AnythingN/ABlu-rayPhase 4 Films[339]BacktrackN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[340]Brief Encounter (1945)N/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[341]Burning Bodhi$3,289DVDMonterey Media[342]Death Becomes HerN/ACollector's Edition Blu-rayShout! Factory[343]Dillinger (1973)N/ABlu-rayArrow[344]DumboN/A75th Anniversary Edition DVD & Blu-ray (Disney Movie Club exclusive)Disney[345]Jane Got a Gun$1,513,793DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[346]Krampus$42,725,475DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[347]The Last Man on the Moon$52,482DVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[348]Operation Dumbo DropN/A20th Anniversary Edition DVD & Blu-ray (Disney Movie Club exclusive)Disney[349]Phoenix (2014)$3,184,472The Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[350]Ride Along 2$91,221,830DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[351]Son of Saul$1,777,043DVD & Blu-raySony[352]SssssssN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[353]The Zero BoysN/ABlu-rayArrow[354]May 3 400 DaysN/ADVDUniversal[355]The 5th Wave$34,916,787DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[356]Arabian Nights (2015)$23,160DVD & Blu-rayKino Lorber[357]The Challenger$19,003DVDFreestyle Releasing[358]The Choice (2016)$18,730,891DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[359]City HeatN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[360]The Club$52,761DVD & Blu-rayMusic Box Films[361]East Side SushiN/ADVDSony[362]Easy RiderN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[363]EmelieN/ADVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[364]GlasslandN/ADVDFilm Movement[365]Henry Gamble's Birthday PartyN/ADVDWolfe[366]Hostile BorderN/ADVDSony[367]Hyena Road$1,430DVDSony[368]Jack of the Red HeartsN/ADVDArc Entertainment[369]Joy$56,451,232DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[370]A Kiss Before DyingN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[371]The Messenger (2015; UK)$67,816DVD & Blu-rayAlive Mind[372]Mojin: The Lost Legend$1,243,810DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[373]Remember$1,184,564DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[374]A Royal Night Out$228,136DVD20th Century Fox[375]Top GunN/A30th Anniversary Edition Blu-rayParamount[376]True CrimeN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[377]Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?N/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[378]May 6Janis: Little Girl Blue$410,465DVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[379]May 10 Back RoadsN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[380]The Boy$35,819,556DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[381]Creative Control$63,014DVD & Blu-raySony[382]Deadpool$363,070,709DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[383]Eisenstein in Guanajuato$34,282DVDStrand Releasing[384]Father of the BrideN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[385]I Don't Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman$7,703DVDIcarus Films[386]In a Lonely PlaceN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[387]Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted HollywoodN/ADVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[388]The Little Girl Who Lives Down the LaneN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[389]Mustang$845,464DVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[390]The Perfume of the Lady in BlackN/ABlu-rayRaro[391]Regression$55,039DVD & Blu-rayThe Weinstein Company/Anchor Bay Entertainment[392]SymptomsN/ABlu-rayMondo Macabro[393]Synchronicity$4,505DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[394]Where to Invade Next$3,827,261DVD & Blu-rayAnchor Bay Entertainment[395]WildlikeN/ADVD & Blu-rayPassion River[396]You'll Like My MotherN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[397]May 16This Is HappeningN/ADVDParamount[398]May 17 Best FriendsN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[399]Candy (1968)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[400]Crossing DelanceyN/ADVDWarner Bros.[401]Dark PassageN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[402]Dementia (2015)N/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[403]Dirty Grandpa$35,593,113DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[404]I Saw What You DidN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[405]Kindergarten Cop 2N/ADVDUniversal[406]The Naked IslandN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[407]A Perfect Day (2015)$14,044DVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[408]The Program$13,074DVDMomentum[409]Southbound$23,665DVDSony[410]Theeb$283,024DVD & Blu-rayFilm Movement[411]Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art$29,462DVDFirst Run Features[412]Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?N/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[413]The Witch$25,138,705DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[414]May 24 4th Man OutN/ASpecial Edition DVDFilmRise[415]54N/ADirector's Cut Blu-rayLionsgate[416]AdvantageousN/ADVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[417]Agent Cody BanksN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[418]Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination LondonN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[419]All-StarsN/ADVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[420]Bad InfluenceN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[421]The Chase (1946)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKino Classics[422]The Finest Hours$27,569,558DVD & Blu-rayDisney[423]French PostcardsN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[424]Great Expectations (1974)N/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[425]How to Be Single$46,843,513DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[426]IphigeniaN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[427]The King and Four QueensN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[428]ManhunterN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[429]A Married WomanN/ADVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[430]Memoria (2015)$2,242DVD & Blu-rayMonterey Media[431]The People That Time ForgotN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[432]The Player (1992)N/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[433]The Private Affairs of Bel AmiN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[434]Rich KidsN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[435]Rise of the LegendN/ADVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[436]Risen$36,880,033DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[437]The Sum of UsN/ABlu-rayOlive Films[438]The Whoopee BoysN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[439]Zapped!N/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[440]Zoolander No. 2$28,848,693The Magnum Edition DVD & Blu-rayParamount[441]May 31 City of WomenN/ADVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[442]Gods of Egypt$31,153,464DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D & 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[443]Horse Money$6,508DVD & Blu-rayCinema Guild[444]Lapland OdysseyN/ABlu-rayFilmRise[445]Now You See MeN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[446]Pride + Prejudice + Zombies$10,938,134DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[447]Race (2016)$19,206,207DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[448]Reckless (2014)N/ABlu-rayFilmRise[449]The Treatment (2014)N/ABlu-rayFilmRise[450]Triple 9$12,639,297DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[451]When Black Birds FlyN/ABlu-rayMVD Visual[452]Wim Wenders: The Road TrilogyN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[453]WitherN/ABlu-rayFilmRise[454]June 7 12 Rounds 2: ReloadedN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[455]13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi$52,853,219DVD & Blu-rayParamount[456]The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.N/ABlu-rayMill Creek Entertainment[457]99 Homes$1,411,927Blu-rayBroad Green[458]The AbandonedN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[459]Anomalisa$3,759,286DVD & Blu-rayParamount[460]Babylon A.D.N/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[461]Beasts of the Southern WildN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[462]The Big YearN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[463]Bonobos: Back to the WildN/ADVDHannover House[464]The Boy and the Beast$490,643DVD & Blu-rayFunimation Entertainment[465]Busco Novio Para Mi Mujer$1,741,889DVDLionsgate[466]Cedar RapidsN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[467]ChisumN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[468]Colonia$15,709DVDScreen Media Films[469]The ConfirmationN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[470]Crazy HeartN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[471]CreedN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[472]Dead 7N/ADVD & Blu-rayThe Asylum – Gaiam[473]The DescendantsN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[474]Every Thing Will Be Fine$9,233DVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[475]The Funhouse MassacreN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[476]Ghostbusters (1984)N/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySonyGhostbusters IIN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-raySonyThe Girl Who Leapt Through TimeN/ADVD & Blu-rayFunimation Entertainment[477]Hail, Caesar!$30,498,085DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[478]Immortals (2011)N/ABlu-ray & Blu-ray 3D20th Century Fox[479]In the Heart of the SeaN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[480]Independence DayN/A20th Anniversary Edition DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[481]Jarhead 3: The SiegeN/ADVD & Blu-rayUniversal[482]Journey to SpaceN/ABlu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayShout! Factory[483]Jumper (2008)N/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[484]JunoN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[485]Kill Your FriendsN/ADVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[486]Le AmicheN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[487]Life of PiN/ABlu-ray & Blu-ray 3D20th Century Fox[488]MacheteN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[489]The MartianN/AExtended Edition DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[490]McQN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[491]MirrorsN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[492]Mr. Right$34,694DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[493]No Home Movie$32,757DVDIcarus Films[494]NotoriousN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[495]The OfferingN/ADVDMomentum[496]The Other Side of the Door$3,000,342DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[497]Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning ThiefN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[498]Percy Jackson: Sea of MonstersN/ABlu-ray & Blu-ray 3D20th Century Fox[499]Point BreakN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[500]Psycho-Pass: The Movie$138,366DVD & Blu-rayFunimation Entertainment[501]Shame (2011)N/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[502]She Wore a Yellow RibbonN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[503]A Stand Up Guy$3,310,031DVDSony[504]Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-LiN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[505]They Were ExpendableN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[506]Touched with Fire$146,487DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[507]A War$122,902DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[508]Water for ElephantsN/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[509]The Wrestler (2008)N/ABlu-ray20th Century Fox[510]Yalom's Cure$1,164DVDFirst Run Features[511]Zootopia$341,268,248DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DDisney[512]June 14 10 Cloverfield Lane$72,082,998DVD & Blu-rayParamount[513]45 Years$4,247,285DVD & Blu-rayParamount[514]An American Girl: Lea to the RescueN/ADVD & Blu-rayUniversal[515]Black DogN/ABlu-rayUniversal[516]Bodyguards and AssassinsN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[517]The Brave One (1956)N/ABlu-rayVCI Entertainment[518]Eddie the Eagle$15,789,389DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray20th Century Fox[519]Get a JobN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[520]Gold (1934)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKino Classics[521]GridlockedN/ADVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[522]Hello, My Name Is Doris$14,444,999DVD & Blu-raySony[523]Here Comes Mr. JordanN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[524]Jaws 2N/ABlu-rayUniversalJaws 3N/ABlu-ray & Blu-ray 3DUniversalJaws: The RevengeN/ABlu-rayUniversalJeepers CreepersN/ACollector's Edition Blu-rayShout! Factory[525]Jeepers Creepers 2N/ACollector's Edition Blu-rayShout! Factory[526]La ChienneN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[527]Lolo$24,134Special Director's Edition DVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[528]London Has Fallen$62,524,260DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[529]QuackerzN/ADVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3DShout! Factory[530]Rabid DogsN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[531]Something BigN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[532]Star TrekN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayParamount[533]Star Trek Into DarknessN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayParamount[534]Those PeopleN/ADVDWolfe[535]Under the Sun of SatanN/ADVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[536]Valley of Love$28,648DVDStrand Releasing[537]Victor/VictoriaN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[538]The Young Messiah$6,490,401DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[539]June 21 99 River StreetN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[540]AnesthesiaN/ADVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[541]Appointment with CrimeN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[542]The Brothers Grimsby$6,874,837DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-raySony[543]ChefN/ABlu-rayUniversal[544]Dead in TombstoneN/ABlu-rayUniversal[545]Embrace of the Serpent$1,329,249DVD & Blu-rayOscilloscope Laboratories[546]Fantastic PlanetN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[547]Going Away$19,501DVDCohen Media Group[548]Hidden FearN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[549]If It's Tuesday, This Must Be BelgiumN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[550]Johnny English RebornN/ABlu-rayUniversal[551]King Georges$66,175DVDMPI Media Group[552]Knight of Cups$566,006DVD & Blu-rayBroad Green[553]Little FockersN/ABlu-rayUniversal[554]Midnight Special$3,712,282DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[555]My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2$59,689,605DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[556]Rollercoaster (1977)N/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[557]Shield for MurderN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[558]Tom and Jerry: Back to OzN/ADVDWarner Bros.[559]The Unsinkable Molly BrownN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[560]The Wave$177,404DVD & Blu-rayMagnolia[561]June 28 Adventures in Babysitting (2016)N/ADVDDisney[562]Aferim!$108,110DVD & Blu-rayBig World[563]Back in the Day (2016)N/ADVD & Blu-rayVirgil Films & Entertainment[564]Cemetery of Splendour$51,950DVD & Blu-rayStrand Releasing[565]Clouds of Sils MariaN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[566]Dr. StrangeloveN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[567]Drop Dead GorgeousN/ADVDWarner Bros.[568]Elstree 1976$12,173DVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[569]Eye in the Sky$18,704,595DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[570]FastballN/ADVD & Blu-rayKino Lorber[571]Forgotten TalesN/ADVD & Blu-raySGL Entertainment[572]Francofonia$307,040DVD & Blu-rayMusic Box Films[573]The Girl in the PhotographsN/ADVDVertical Entertainment[574]Kung Fu Panda 3$143,528,619DVD, Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3D20th Century Fox/DreamWorks AnimationMargarita with a StrawN/ADVDWolfe[575]Movie MovieN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[576]Precious CargoN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[577]Rabin, the Last Day$28,411DVD & Blu-rayKino Lorber[578]Rams$149,250DVD & Blu-rayCohen Media Group[579]Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects TitanN/ADVD & Blu-rayArrow[580]Return of the Killer TomatoesN/ABlu-rayArrow[581]RolloverN/ADVDWarner Bros.[582]The Sound and the FuryN/ADVD & Blu-rayShami Media Group[583]The StepsN/ADVD & Blu-rayMonterey Media[584]Two-Minute WarningN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[585]Whiskey Tango Foxtrot$23,083,334DVD & Blu-rayParamount[586]July 5 Absolution (1978)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[587]The Adderall Diaries$13,191DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[588]Blood and Black LaceN/ABlu-rayArrow[589]Boy and the WorldN/ADVD & Blu-rayUniversal[590]By the Sea$538,460DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[591]Cabin Fever (2016)N/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[592]Chronicles of the Ghostly TribeN/ADVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[593]Code of HonorN/ADVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[594]Dark AwakeningN/ADVDCinedigm[595]The Dark Knight TrilogyN/ASpecial Edition DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[596]Dear EleanorN/ADVDSony[597]The Dog LoverN/ADVDESX Entertainment[598]The Empire of CorpsesN/ADVD & Blu-rayFunimation Entertainment[599]EndgameN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[600]The Family Fang$262,921DVDStarz/Anchor Bay Entertainment[601]Froning: The Fittest Man in HistoryN/ADVD & Blu-rayFilmRise[602]HolidaysN/ADVDVertical Entertainment[603]I Saw the Light$1,646,788DVD & Blu-raySony[604]The In-Laws (1979)N/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[605]Jim: The James Foley StoryN/ADVDFilmRise[606]The Magnetic MonsterN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[607]The Mermaid (2016)$3,232,685DVD & Blu-raySony[608]Mothers and DaughtersN/ADVDScreen Media Films[609]Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie MysteryN/ADVDCinedigm[610]Only Yesterday (1991)N/ADVD & Blu-rayUniversal[611]The Pack (2015)N/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[612]Search Party$4,571DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[613]SutureN/ABlu-rayArrow[614]The Swinging CheerleadersN/ABlu-rayArrow[615]The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)N/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[616]Term Life$21,256DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[617]Vigilante Diaries$1,991DVD & Blu-rayAnchor Bay Entertainment[618]July 12 13 CamerasN/ADVDKino Lorber[619]Belladonna of SadnessN/ADVDCinelicious Pics[620]Carnival of SoulsN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[621]Crimes of Passion (1984)N/ABlu-rayArrow[622]The Dark Horse (2014)$67,533DVDBroad Green[623]DivergentN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[624]The Divergent Series: Allegiant$66,184,051DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[625]The Divergent Series: InsurgentN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayLionsgate[626]The Dresser (2015)N/ADVDStarz/Anchor Bay Entertainment[627]Everybody Wants Some!!$3,400,278DVD & Blu-rayParamount[628]Flight of the ButterfliesN/ABlu-ray, Blu-ray 3D & 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayShout! Factory[629]Frankenstein: Day of the BeastN/ADVD & Blu-raySGL Entertainment[630]Green Room$3,220,371DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[631]Invisible InvadersN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[632]Jia Zhangke, A guy from FenyangN/ADVDKino Lorber[633]Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City BreakoutN/ADVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[634]Marguerite & JulienN/ADVDMPI Media Group[635]Miracles from Heaven$61,705,123DVD & Blu-raySony[636]Mountains May Depart$82,913DVD & Blu-rayKino Lorber[637]My Golden Days$269,144DVDMagnolia[638]No Men Beyond This PointN/ADVDSony[639]The Ox-Bow IncidentN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[640]The Preppie Connection$11,558DVDMPI Media Group[641]Road GamesN/ADVD & Blu-rayShout! Factory[642]Rocky Mountain ExpressN/ABlu-ray & 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayShout! Factory[643]Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with LoveN/ADVDCinedigm[644]Silk Stockings (1957)N/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[645]Stressed to KillN/ADVDIndie Rights[646]Sworn Virgin$4,636DVDStrand Releasing[647]Yellow SkyN/ABlu-rayKL Studio Classics[648]July 15Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight AttendantN/ADVD & Blu-rayVisual Entertainment Inc.[649]July 19 Bad MoonN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[650]Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice$330,360,194DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D & 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[651]CubaN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[652]Demolition (2015)$1,978,592DVD & Blu-ray20th Century Fox[653]Elvis & Nixon$1,055,287DVD & Blu-raySony[654]Gang RelatedN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[655]Gun the Man DownN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[656]HoodlumN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[657]Kill Zone 2$11,998DVD & Blu-rayWell Go USA[658]Man of SteelN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[659]Miles Ahead$2,610,896DVD & Blu-raySony[660]Muriel, or The Time of ReturnN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[661]'Neath the Arizona SkiesN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[662]Night and Fog (1956)N/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[663]O.J.: Made in AmericaN/ADVD & Blu-rayTeam Marketing[664]A Perfect Day (2015)N/ADVD & Blu-rayMPI Media Group[665]The Perfect Match (2016)$9,669,521DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[666]The Ratings GameN/ADVD & Blu-rayOlive Films[667]The Return of the Living DeadN/ACollector's Edition Blu-rayShout! Factory[668]Rio, I Love YouN/ADVDCinedigm[669]To Have and Have NotN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[670]A Touch of ZenN/AThe Criterion Collection DVD & Blu-rayCriterion Collection[671]Underdogs (2013; Argentina)N/ADVDAnchor Bay Entertainment[672]WatchmenN/A4K Ultra HD Blu-rayWarner Bros.[673]Where's Poppa?N/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[674]July 26 18 Fingers of DeathN/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[675]And They're Off (2011)N/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[676]Armed and DeadlyN/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[677]Barbershop: The Next Cut$54,030,051DVD & Blu-rayWarner Bros.[678]Born to Be Blue$830,129DVDMPI Media Group[679]The Boss (2016)$63,285,885DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[680]The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (1973)N/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[681]Cougar HuntingN/ABlu-rayScreen Media Films[682]Criminal (2016)$14,708,696DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[683]Death Wish IIN/ABlu-rayShout! Factory[684]The Deadly TrackersN/ABlu-rayWarner Bros.[685]Five Miles to MidnightN/ADVD & Blu-rayKL Studio Classics[686]Hardcore Henry$9,252,038DVD & Blu-rayUniversal[687]I Am Wrath$2,523,177DVD & Blu-rayLionsgate[688]Jacob's Hammer
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The Best Car Stereos With Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Our new top pick is the Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX, while the AVIC-W8500NEX and AVH-3500NEX are our new upgrade and single-DIN picks, respectively. They are minor updates to our now-unavailable past picks.

  • Our new top pick is the Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX, while the AVIC-W8500NEX and AVH-3500NEX are our new upgrade and single-DIN picks, respectively. They are minor updates to our now-unavailable past picks.

    The Sony XAV-AX100 remains our budget pick, but because it’s also being phased out, we’ll be doing a new round of testing soon.

December 2, 2019

We’re convinced that the easiest and safest way to use your phone while driving is to connect it to a stereo that has Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. And after researching more than 75 models and testing 19, we found that the Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX is the best replacement car stereo for drivers who want those features. With wireless connectivity and an intuitive interface, this Pioneer model makes it easier than other stereos to stream music, navigate to a destination, and message by voice through your phone, while keeping distractions to a minimum.

The Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX is one of the few car stereos that let you connect your phone to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto either wirelessly or through a USB cord, which provides a lot more versatility. In addition, its display is more attractive and customizable than those of other models we tested. It offers intuitive physical controls and a suite of extra features, including multiple input/output connections and a CD/DVD drive. And it’s available at a reasonable price. If you want a built-in navigation system (instead of needing to use your phone) or a capacitive multitouch display, though, we recommend our upgrade pick instead.

Budget pick

If you just want Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and don’t mind having to use a wired USB connection to use them, the Sony XAV-AX100 is a good choice. Unlike most double-DIN stereos, this Sony has a handy knob that makes volume adjustments easier. Its 6.4-inch display is clear and responsive, although it’s smaller than most other models’. Compared with our top pick, the XAV-AX100 also lacks a CD/DVD player, satellite-radio capability, and the ability to customize the buttons’ illumination to complement your vehicle’s interior. It also isn’t designed to connect to an iDatalink adapter to work with your car’s steering-wheel controls and other features.

The Pioneer AVIC-W8500NEX is nearly the same stereo as our top pick, with the addition of a built-in navigation system and a capacitive screen that allows multitouch, pinch-to-zoom-type control. As with our top pick, you can connect to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto either wirelessly or with a USB cord. The built-in navigation can be a good alternative to using your phone for directions because it lets you stay on track in areas where poor reception makes phone-based mapping unreliable or inconvenient, or if you want to keep your phone free for other uses or minimize its battery and data consumption. The additional features tack a couple hundred dollars onto the price, so we recommend this model only if you need them.

If your car has only a single-DIN (7-by-2-inch) dash opening for the stereo, the Pioneer AVH-3500NEX, with a clever slide-out touchscreen, is your best option for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It’s easy to use, with a handy volume knob and big buttons on the front for common functions. The motorized 7-inch screen slides out and up for use, effectively giving you the same interface as a double-DIN stereo. And it retracts back into the head unit when you turn off the radio or simply want to hide it while listening to audio. But using CarPlay or Android Auto with the unit requires a wired USB connection, and depending on your car’s dash, the screen might block climate controls or vents (it extends about 4 inches above the stereo).

Everything we recommend

Budget pick

Why you should trust us

Rik Paul, who conducted our latest test, has edited this guide since its beginning, and was previously the automotive editor for Consumer Reports and the senior feature editor for Motor Trend, where he evaluated hundreds of car audio and infotainment systems. He avidly encourages the development of any technology that makes using a phone in the car easier and safer, and has been using Android Auto since it was introduced in 2015.

Eric Evarts, who wrote the original version of this guide, has been reviewing new cars and their entertainment systems for more than 20 years. In addition to Wirecutter, his articles have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, Consumer Reports, U.S. News & World Report, AAA, Alternet, the journal Nature Outlook, and Green Car Reports. He has also installed three new stereos in his family’s 11- to 22-year-old vehicles in order to incorporate the latest smartphone connectivity features.

We’ve also spoken to industry experts, including Tony Mercado, the former marketing development manager for the JVCKenwood Corporation; Seth Halstead, the Eastern regional training manager for Kenwood USA; Christopher Mascari, Wirecutter’s director of business operations at the time of our research, who has been installing and using replacement stereo systems for years and whose father owns a car-audio installation shop; and Ted Cardenas, vice president of marketing for Pioneer’s Car Electronics division. (Our picks had not been publicly announced at the time of Cardenas’s 2017 interview, and it in no way informed our decision to recommend Pioneer radios this year.)

Who this is for

If you drive an older or less expensive car—from, say, a 1990s Honda Civic to a recent Ford Focus or Toyota Corolla—chances are, you’re not able to get the full advantages of your smartphone through your car stereo. Even if you can stream audio and conduct hands-free calls via Bluetooth, you’re likely having to use your phone’s small screen to navigate, which means, even if you have your phone secured in a car mount, it’s difficult and potentially distracting to interact with if you need to. If you have to increase the volume to hear the directions, you need to fumble with the volume control on your phone, and switching apps or sending or responding to messages just isn’t advisable (and, hopefully, you’re not picking up your phone to send a text).

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto increase the convenience, safety, and enjoyment of driving by basically putting your phone’s controls on your stereo’s display, so you can interact with your device from a simplified driver-friendly interface or by voice control. The integration of voice assistants, especially, makes these systems much easier and safer to use than if you had to pick up the phone itself. Over the past few years, CarPlay and Android Auto have become available in most new cars, and now dozens of replacement stereos also include them.

The Pioneer stereo sitting on a metal shelf displaying the Apple CarPlay interface.

Apple CarPlay lets you access common smartphone features—such as audio streaming, navigation, and hands-free calling—in a driver-friendly interface on your stereo’s display, as well as through Siri. Photo: Rik Paul

A view of the Pioneer displaying the a stack of info cards from the Android Auto interface.

Android Auto displays cards for active functions that you can slide with your finger and easily switch from one to another. It also works with Google Assistant voice commands. Photo: Rik Paul

With both systems, you can conduct hands-free phone calls, stream audio, send text messages by voice, and listen to incoming messages. And you get full access to the phone’s digital assistant—Siri or Google Assistant—which means all of this and more can be done through voice commands.

For many, though, the biggest upgrade with a product like this is a better ability to get driving directions by using your phone’s navigation system—whether Google Maps, Apple Maps, or Waze—to see the map, route, and detailed traffic info on the stereo’s large, in-dash display. Using your phone as a nav system occupies your screen and consumes data, but it can save you a substantial amount of money—a built-in nav system can add thousands to a vehicle’s price, or it can add hundreds to the price of a stereo (plus, you may have to pay for map upgrades down the line).

Just as important as their convenience is the value of these apps in reducing distracted driving. Being able to easily conduct hands-free calls, play music, send texts, or get directions, either by voice or by pressing a button or two on the stereo, means you’re less likely to pick up and use your phone while behind the wheel, which is one of the worst things you can do while driving (PDF). Talking on a handheld phone while driving is against the law in 16 states and the District of Columbia; texting while driving is banned in 47 states and in DC. Moreover, a 2013 report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (PDF) includes findings from the often-cited 100-Car Study (conducted by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute and NHTSA) that shows that a driver who is reading or dialing a handheld device is about three times more likely to be in a crash or near-crash. By contrast, adjusting a car radio has “little effect on driving performance or crash risk.”

Most stereos with these apps require you to connect your phone with a USB cable. With that setup, you can use any iPhone 5 and later model with iOS 7.1 or higher with Apple CarPlay. Android Auto is compatible with devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher (although 6.0—Marshmallow—and later is recommended for best performance).

If you want a wireless connection to Apple CarPlay, you need iOS 9 or higher, and as of this writing, Android Auto Wireless is compatible with Pixel and Nexus 5X and 6P phones using Android 8.0 or higher, as well as with later-generation Samsung Galaxy and Note devices using Android 9.0 or higher.

Will this fit your car, and can you install it?

Most of the stereos in our test group fit in a standard double-DIN (7-by-4-inch) dash opening, which is common to many vehicles. Only a couple of models we’ve tested fit in the smaller single-DIN (7-by-2-inch) opening, found in many older and less-expensive cars. Typically, you can tell which opening your car has by simply measuring the stereo. But that’s not always accurate, as many cars have a single-DIN stereo housed in a larger, double-DIN opening. And some vehicles have the stereo so seamlessly integrated into the car’s dash that it’s hard to tell what size it is. This makes it hard to just pop in a new one and have it look the same.

A good way to see what stereos will fit your car is to go to the Crutchfield website and enter the year, make, and model of your vehicle. In addition to telling you if a specific stereo will fit, the Crutchfield site shows any extra installation gear you’ll need. The site also offers tips on removing the current stereo (and replacing your speakers, if that’s something you’re also considering). Alternatively, you can visit a local car-stereo installer—call around to compare quotes first—or install it yourself. If you do that, download the digital manual, which can be more complete than the included paperwork. Many people have found Crutchfield’s customer service reps to be helpful in this area, as well, especially on more complicated installations that require secondary wiring harnesses for things like steering-wheel controls.

How we picked

Through two rounds of testing, we researched about 70 replacement car stereos, from nine brands, that run Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. We compared the specs, features, and pricing of each, and chose 19 of the most promising models for hands-on testing. All of the models we tested give you Apple CarPlay and/or Android Auto, Bluetooth, a touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480, voice control, and an adequate 50 to 55 watts of power. A few CarPlay and Android Auto stereos are available with larger, 8- or 9-inch screens, but they usually require custom installations and fit in only a few vehicles, so we didn’t include them.

In addition to requiring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, here are other key features we looked for when deciding which models to test and recommend, starting with the most important.

The most important considerations:

  • Wireless connectivity: We could seamlessly link to all of the stereos we tested with a USB cord, but being able to connect wirelessly to the CarPlay and Android Auto apps is a huge convenience. Relatively few stereos offer wireless connections to CarPlay or Android Auto, but it’s the area where we’ve seen the most innovation in the last year. (CarPlay and Android Auto can’t run off of Bluetooth, according to Pioneer’s Ted Cardenas, because each require too much data.) So, wireless stereos have a built-in Wi-Fi network that you connect your phone to, and once the two are paired, the phone automatically drops any other Wi-Fi network it’s connected to in favor of the stereo’s.
  • Easy-to-use interface: Intuitive controls, large on-screen buttons, and easy-to-read fonts make it easy to get to what you want quickly, minimizing distractions. Most stereos have similar screens: a 6.4- to 7-inch display that’s clear, sharp, and responsive. Where we saw the most difference was in the stereos’ physical buttons, which are located on the faceplate around the screen. The best have a nice tactile feel, which makes them easier to identify by touch. A few models—including three of the stereos we tested—have a knob, which makes volume adjustments much easier, although the compromise can be a slightly smaller display.
  • Touchscreen: We preferred a capacitive touchscreen (similar to the one on your smartphone), which allows multitouch gestures that can be particularly handy for pinching to zoom on navigation maps. But those are typically available only on higher-priced stereos. The resistive displays used on most replacement stereos recognize only one touch point at a time, but we’ve found that they’re fine for most uses, such as tapping on-screen buttons and swiping menus. To zoom in or out on a map, you just have to use the + and ‒ buttons on the screen.
A look at the row of small physical buttons on the bottom of a car stereo.

The better stereos have hard buttons that are easy to use while driving, without having to take your eyes off the road for longer than necessary. The ones on this Pioneer have a tactile feel that makes them easy to identify by touch. Photo: Rik Paul

A close up of our pick for best car stereo with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the Sony XAV-AX100. It has a rectangular screen displaying eight apps, including phone, music, maps, messages, podcasts, audiobooks, pandora, and now playing. To the left of the screen is a large volume dial, a home button, and fast forward and rewind buttons.

This Sony has an easy-to-use volume knob and large buttons on the left side of the faceplate, close to the driver. Photo: Rik Paul

  • Adjustable color themes: It’s purely a cosmetic feature, but we prefer the option to change the color theme of the stereo’s display and buttons to better coordinate with a car’s own interior lighting. This lets you reflect the mood you want, adjust between modes you can see better in daylight or at night, or simply provide some variation in how the stereo looks. Peter Logan, an audio specialist at Crutchfield, told us, “A lot of our customers really want their aftermarket head unit to have adjustable screen colors. It sounds silly, but having the stereo match the interior lighting makes it feel much more integrated.”
  • Compatibility with steering-wheel controls: Most new vehicles have steering-wheel controls that work with the factory audio system to adjust the volume, change a channel, or do other basic functions. Swapping out the factory stereo risks losing this convenience, but the better models, including most of the ones we tested, can keep it as long as you connect a special wiring harness such as the iDatalink Maestro. If your car has other functions—such as climate controls or vehicle settings—integrated into the infotainment system, you can also usually get a wiring harness that enables those features as well. Check with an installer or the stereo manufacturer to find out what’s best for your specific vehicle.

Other details that are important to some people

A stereo displaying a GPS map.
  • Built-in navigation system: Not everyone needs a built-in navigation system, but deciding whether to get one is a big part of this purchase. If you skip it, you will still be able to use your phone’s apps, like Google Maps, Apple Maps, or Waze, for navigation (through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto). That gives you great traffic info, but it uses your phone’s data and battery, ties up the phone’s screen, and can become a problem if you lose cell coverage. A built-in navigation system—which adds hundreds to the cost of the stereo—doesn’t rely on reception because it has all of the mapping and points-of-interest data stored in the stereo’s memory. It can also provide better visual navigation than some phone map apps, such as clearer lane guidance for highway exits. But unlike with phone-based nav systems, which are typically continuously updated, you often need to pay for map updates for built-in systems. If you’re already sure you want a built-in nav system, start your search with our upgrade pick.
  • Satellite radio compatibility: Satellite radio compatibility is important for anyone who has (or wants to buy) a subscription to SiriusXM radio. Only one stereo we tested includes a SiriusXM tuner—and we didn’t require one for our picks, because most of the stereos we looked at can be connected to a separate SiriusXM tuner if you need one.
  • CD/DVD player: Having a CD player can be nice, but with so many ways to listen to audio through your phone, we didn’t consider one to be essential. Many lower-priced stereos, called digital media players (DMRs), don’t include a disc player. (The same goes for many new cars.) One benefit to consider: Stereos with disc players also play DVDs, and include video inputs so you can play a DVD for rear-seat passengers on a separate monitor (or in the head unit when the car is parked).
  • Video inputs and outputs: All of the stereos we tested have a video input, so this factor didn’t influence our decision. The input lets you connect a backup camera and see its video image on the unit’s screen (whether you’re replacing a stereo in a car that came with a built-in backup camera, or if you’re adding an accessory backup camera). Some higher-priced stereos also have a second or third input, which lets you also connect, say, a second camera in the front or behind a trailer, or provide a larger display for a dash cam.
  • HD Radio: Some stereos can receive HD Radio, which is a digital signal that’s broadcast from regular regional radio stations, but we don’t consider it a must-have feature. HD Radio can provide better audio quality, but we’ve had mixed results with HD Radio reception—if you’re out of range of the signal, the stereo defaults to regular radio reception, but it also sometimes produces weird interference and an annoying echo effect.
A look at the back of an installed car radio.

Higher-priced stereos include more inputs and outputs for connecting external accessories such as backup cameras, dash cams, a GPS receiver, a satellite radio receiver, an external amplifier, or other video devices. Photo: Rik Paul

Two of the remote options that come with our picks.

A stereo’s remote control is most useful when you’re playing music or a video while parked, or for a rear passenger to use while on the road. Photo: Rik Paul

  • Remote control: We don’t count a remote as a must-have, although several of the radios we tested come with one. We found them handy for rear-seat passengers watching a DVD on a separate monitor, or if you’re listening to the car stereo at an outdoor get-together, like when tailgating.
  • Pre-out outputs: Most car-stereo head units have two or three pre-outs, which are important only if you intend to expand your audio system by adding an external amplifier. Most people don’t do that, so we didn’t prioritize these. If you do intend to add an amp, the power from the pre-outs usually range from a basic 2 volts up to 5 volts in higher-priced stereos. An expert at Model Electronics (in Ramsey, New Jersey) told us that extra voltage produces a cleaner sound, with more punch.
  • Power output: Unless you’re a dedicated audiophile, this is something you don’t have to worry about. All of the stereos we tested deliver more than enough power for a typical car-stereo setup, with 50 to 55 peak watts per channel for a four-speaker system. (According to Crutchfield, that usually means about 20 to 25 watts of continuous power.) If you need more power than that, you can always add one or more amplifiers.

How we tested

We bench-tested the stereos by following the installation instructions for each and connecting them to a portable 12-volt power supply, speakers, a microphone, and a GPS antenna, if needed. We focused mainly on each stereo’s features, ease of use, and ergonomics. We didn’t attempt to compare audio quality, as that depends so much on the number and quality of the speakers, how they’re installed, and the design and materials of the vehicle interior they’re used in. With the right speakers and installation, we’re confident that any of the models we tested will deliver audio quality that will satisfy or even impress most drivers.

We connected to each stereo with both an iPhone and a Google Pixel phone, and we put them through their paces in Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, respectively. We checked to see how easily they connected, and if they would automatically reconnect after we turned the stereo off and back on. In our testing, we also found that a Wi-Fi connection drew a little more of the phone’s battery power than using Bluetooth, but the difference wasn’t significant. To check, we twice ran our fully charged Pixel 2 XL test phone for an hour while streaming Pandora, first using Bluetooth and then Wi-Fi. With Bluetooth, the battery’s charge dropped to 98 and 97 percent, respectively, in the two tests. With Wi-Fi, it dropped to 96 and 93 percent.

We also carefully checked each of the unit’s core functions, from operating the radio (changing stations, setting presets, and adjusting the volume) to using the hands-free phone features (checking and dialing contacts and receiving calls).

We switched between functions to see how quickly and easily we could get to what we wanted. We pinched, zoomed, swiped, and recentered every map. We adjusted the volume up and down for each function, because when you’re driving it always seems like you can’t hear what you need to (turn-by-turn nav instructions or a critical moment in an audiobook). We scrolled through the settings menus of every unit, looking for shortcuts to make things easier.

Most important, we were sure to run multiple functions at once on each unit, because one of the reasons for using CarPlay or Android Auto is to make it safer and easier to multitask while driving: For both CarPlay and Android Auto, we made and received phone calls while playing audio and running a navigation system from the phone. We also used the stereo’s native operating system, when we could, to stream music and listen to the radio while navigating. In each case, we did our best to mimic all of the situations we’ve experienced while driving, to see how easy each model made it for us.

Our pick: Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX

The Pioneer car stero sitting on a dashboard. There are small raindrops on the car's windshield in the background.

If you want the advantages of Apple CarPlay or Android Auto in a replacement car stereo, we’re convinced that there’s no better choice than the Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX. The AVH-W4500NEX is one of only a handful of stereos that let you connect to CarPlay or Android Auto wirelessly (all models let you connect through a USB cord). This Pioneer also has a display that’s more attractive and customizable than other stereos, with intuitive physical controls and a suite of features that deliver all of our standard requirements as well as a few nice-to-have extras. It lacks built-in navigation and a capacitive display—features our upgrade pick includes—but omitting them here lowers the price by a couple hundred dollars.

With our Pixel 2 XL and iPhone SE test phones, both CarPlay and Android Auto worked seamlessly whether the AVH-W4500NEX was connected wirelessly or through a cord, letting us stream music from Pandora and Spotify, plot navigation routes, and conduct hands-free phone calls. You can set the app to automatically activate when the stereo is turned on, or do it manually by pressing a couple of on-screen buttons.

One of our stereo picks, unistalled and showing a Google Maps screen.

Like all of the stereos we tested, the AVH-W4500NEX comes with an external microphone, which makes it easier to use Siri and Google Assistant voice commands in CarPlay and Android Auto. You can position it close to your face by slipping it onto a windshield visor or similar location. As when using the digital assistants on our phones, we could easily stream music and input destinations by using voice commands, and could choose playlists and albums, and even quickly switch between Pandora and Spotify, without touching the screen. (Okay, we didn’t always get the exact playlist we requested—sometimes getting a more general one of a similar genre—but that’s an aspect of the apps themselves, not the stereo.)

The Pioneer showing it's full menu.

The standard 7-by-4-inch double-DIN display is clear and sharp, with easy-to-read fonts and large on-screen buttons. We found navigating the menus quick and intuitive. They show only the functions you’re likely to need from wherever you are, so icons remain large and easy to spot. Switching between AV sources or different functions is usually a matter of pressing a button or two. Similarly, while CarPlay or Android Auto was playing, we could easily access the stereo’s settings and other functions. A nice touch: you can also separately adjust the volumes of the AV source and the navigation app, so one isn’t too loud or soft when using both. You can also quickly mute the sound if desired, and, when connected to a phone, the screen shows the phone’s battery charge, so you know when to plug it into a USB port for charging.

We liked that the display is highly customizable, allowing you to choose different themes, colors, and backgrounds (even using a photo you load), and you can choose which on-screen buttons appear on the home screen for quick access. The screen can be adjusted for day or night modes manually, by setting a timer, or automatically when the car’s headlights are turned on. In addition, you can tilt the display upward in small increments to make it easier to see or to compensate for higher or lower placements in the car’s dash.

The hard buttons, below the display, are relatively small, but they have a nice tactile design, which makes them easier to identify by touch while driving than those on the other stereos we tested. The volume and back/voice buttons are particularly easy to find, as they protrude slightly from the faceplate and have their own distinct feel. You can easily change the hue of the hard-button illumination, choosing from five main colors, having them rotate through the colors, or setting your own customized color.

As with all of the stereos we tested, the AVH-W4500NEX allows you to pair two phones via Bluetooth simultaneously, and switching between them was easy by tapping a button on the home screen.

This Pioneer also includes a disc player for spinning a CD or watching a DVD while the vehicle is parked. You tap the eject button on the far right side and the display tilts down, allowing you to insert the disc. You can also insert an SD memory card the same way.

The back of the AVH-W4400NEX will all of it's associated cords and plugs.

On its rear side, the AVH-W4500NEX has a number of inputs and outputs that give you a lot of extra functionality. You can connect an array of external devices, such as the supplied GPS antenna or an optional Sirius/XM tuner, backup camera, or rear-seat monitor. Plus, you can expand your car’s audio system with an external amplifier by connecting to the Pioneer’s pre-out connectors, which deliver a healthy 4 volts for better sound at higher volumes. While lower-priced models generally have one USB port in the rear, the AVH-W4500NEX has two, so you can use one phone to operate Apple CarPlay or Android Auto while charging a second phone. You can also connect an optional Pioneer navigation system, or use an optional iDatalink Maestro adapter to integrate the stereo with your car’s steering-wheel controls or other features.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

All of the stereos we tested, including the Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX, let you pair two phones via Bluetooth for conducting hands-free calls, streaming music, and the like. But a minor gripe we have with all such systems is that when you begin using one phone for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, the second one no longer routes audio through the stereo, even if a call comes in on the second phone. In addition, you can’t play music from one phone while another is paired for phone calls if either of them is connected to CarPlay or Android Auto. So far, this inconvenience is just something you have to live with when using these systems.

One tip for Android users: Because the Pioneer uses an internal Wi-Fi network for wireless use, before connecting to Android Auto that way, be sure to go into the Android Auto app settings on your phone and make sure the “Turn Wi-Fi off when Android Auto is running” setting is unchecked. Otherwise, as we discovered, the stereo will attempt to connect to your phone, but immediately disconnect. This isn’t mentioned in the stereo’s instructions, so checking in advance will save a bit of head scratching and possibly some foul language.

Last, it’s not a flaw so much as a missing feature we want to make extra sure you’re aware of: This model lacks a built-in navigation system and a capacitive display, two features that set our upgrade pick apart. You’ll have to use your phone as a navigation system with this model, an approach that generally works well but comes with a few trade-offs, as outlined in Who this is for.

Budget pick: Sony XAV-AX100

The Sony stereo with an iPhone plugged in and Apple CarPlay display showing.

Budget pick

The Sony XAV-AX100, our previous top pick, can be a good choice if you want Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and are willing to do without the versatility and extra features of our top pick. Both apps worked seamlessly in our testing, but they don’t have the wireless connection that we like in our pick—with the Sony, you have to connect your phone through a USB cord. The 6.4-inch screen is bright, clear, and responsive to touch, but it’s a little smaller than most of the other stereos we tested, which measure between 6.8 and 7 inches. And, compared with the Pioneer AVH-W4500NEX, this Sony lacks the extra functionality of a CD/DVD player, satellite-radio capability, and the ability to customize the buttons’ illumination to complement your vehicle’s interior. This Sony model is being phased out, however, so we’ll be doing a new round of testing soon to choose a new budget pick.

A highlight of this model is its handy volume knob, which few other double-DIN stereos share. This makes adjusting the volume quicker and easier than pressing a small button. In addition, pressing the knob brings up a menu of sound-control options, and holding it in activates the voice-command system. Having the buttons on the left side of the display is also convenient, making them very accessible for a driver. Compared with our top pick, though, it has fewer buttons—and therefore fewer options for quickly navigating the menus.

The USB input plug on the back of the Sony stereo.

Unlike our top pick, the Sony XAV-AX100 has only one USB connector (housed in a cord on the rear), which an installer will have to run to a convenient location, such as your glove box or console, for you to plug in your smartphone to use CarPlay or Android Auto. If you need to charge a second phone at the same time, we recommend using a USB car charger, which plugs into a car’s 12-volt accessory outlet (aka cigarette lighter).

Like all of the other stereos we tested, the XAV-AX100 includes Bluetooth support, a video input for connecting a backup camera, and preamp outputs for expanding your audio system. Rather than providing a separate GPS antenna, though, it uses your phone’s, so when navigating you have to keep your phone in a location where it can get a clear signal. The XAV-AX100 also isn’t set up for an iDatalink adapter, for using a car’s steering-wheel controls or other functions.

Upgrade pick: Pioneer AVIC-W8500NEX

The AVIC-W8400NEX sitting on a car dashboard, a GPS map on the display.

If you want a stereo with a built-in navigation system, we recommend the Pioneer AVIC-W8500NEX, which is a higher-priced sibling of our pick, the AVH-W4500NEX. Like that model, this Pioneer lets you connect to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto either wirelessly or with a USB cord, which makes it more versatile and convenient than most other models. It also has a capacitive display that, unlike our pick’s resistive screen, lets you use multi-finger gestures, such as pinching to zoom on a map display. Otherwise, the two are virtually identical stereos.

As we explained in How we picked, using the built-in navigation instead of Google or Apple Maps can be especially useful in areas with poor cellular reception, where phone-based mapping is unreliable. It’s also handy for times where you want to keep your phone free for other uses or minimize its battery and data usage, such as on longer trips.

Pioneer’s nav system, which uses Here mapping, shows the speed limit for the road you’re on and helps you navigate freeway interchanges by clearly showing the highway sign to follow and the lane to be in. It alerts you to traffic incidents along your route and shows color-coded traffic flow on surrounding streets, but it doesn’t offer the breadth and detail of Google Maps’s traffic info. With the capacitive display, pinching to zoom worked in both Pioneer’s nav system and in Google Maps. It wasn’t as smooth as we’d like, but it was easier than using the + and – buttons on the screen.

With Pioneer’s integrated nav system, swiping with your finger gets you some other helpful data, such as the vehicle’s speed, altitude, and compass heading. And we liked that while navigating with the map on the screen we could still see our AV source along the bottom of the screen, and vice versa.

If you need a single-DIN stereo: Pioneer AVH-3500NEX

The AVH-3400NEX with it's large expandable screen out and displaying the Apple CarPlay interface.

The Pioneer AVH-3500NEX is the best choice for getting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto if you have an older or less-expensive vehicle with a smaller, single-DIN dash opening. It does so by using a motorized 7-inch screen that slides out and pivots up to give you a display the same size as a double-DIN model’s. Unlike with our other Pioneer picks’ wireless connectivity, however, you need to connect your phone to the AVH-3500NEX with a USB cord to use Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The AVH-3400NEX with the screen tucked away.

The AVH-3500NEX model’s touchscreen is bright, clear, and responsive, and CarPlay and Android Auto work beautifully. The screen automatically retracts when the stereo is turned off. And if you ever don’t want to see the screen, you can retract it into the head unit and continue to listen to whatever audio source is playing. Whether the screen is extended or tucked away, the nice, big volume knob on the front panel is easy to grasp, and the large forward- and back-track buttons are easy to hit. And the CD/DVD-player slot is easy to access whether the screen is deployed or retracted. Other features include variable-color lighting for the buttons, satellite radio compatibility (with a separate receiver), and a partially detachable face for theft deterrence.

The fold-out screen design isn’t ideal for every car, however. It extends up about 4 inches from the stereo, so if your climate controls or other critical buttons are right above the stereo in your dashboard, you won’t be able to access them with the screen extended. It could also block air vents in the dash. And of course the slide-out mechanism adds mechanical complexity—and thus the potential for more things to go wrong down the road.

What to look forward to

Companies have recently introduced several car stereos that, like our top and upgrade picks, offer wireless connectivity to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. We’ll be doing a new round of testing to evaluate a selection of those models, as well as a number of less-expensive stereos to fill the shoes of our current budget pick, which is being phased out.

The competition

Digital media receivers (DMRs)

Also called “mech-less receivers,” DMRs don’t include a disc player, focusing primarily on streaming media.

The Kenwood DMX905S is one of five Kenwood models that feature wireless Android Auto, along with a traditional corded Apple CarPlay app. The Kenwood worked well in our testing, but small usability details separated it from our top pick. It has a capacitive display, although pinching-and-zooming didn’t work in Google Maps. The unit’s hard buttons are large enough to press easily, but they don’t have the nice tactile feel of the Pioneer models’.

The Kenwood DMX7704S is very similar to the DMX905S, above, but lacks its wireless Android Auto capability and capacitive display. It has the same relatively large, but tactile-less buttons along the bottom. And we found the menu structure to be more complicated than the Pioneer or the Sony models’.

Because the Kenwood and JVC brands are owned by the same company—JVCKenwood Corporation—the JVC KW-M845BW is similar to the Kenwood DMX905S, above, with wireless Android Auto and only minor design differences. Its 6.8-inch screen is resistive instead of capacitive; it has only one USB port, instead of two; and you can’t change the buttons’ illumination color. It has also only three small, hard buttons, which offer less versatility and are more difficult to use than the Kenwood’s. Most irksome for us, though, is that we had a difficult time wirelessly connecting to Android Auto with our Pixel 2 XL test phone, and switching between two Bluetooth-connected phones wasn’t as seamless as with the Pioneers.

The JVC KW-M730BT, our previous runner-up, and the newer JVC KW-M740BT are almost identical models. When plugged in with a USB cord, both CarPlay and Android Auto worked well. The Pandora and Spotify apps were also flawless when using a Bluetooth connection. Our main gripes are the three tiny hard buttons across the top, which offer less functionality and aren’t as easy to access on the fly as those on the other models we tested. Also, you can’t customize the buttons’ illumination colors.

The new Sony XAV-AX5000 is very similar to our budget pick, except that it has a larger, 7-inch, bezel-less display and smaller, hard buttons across the bottom, rather than the XAV-AX100 model’s volume knob and left-mounted buttons. We had no problems connecting to CarPlay and Android Auto through a USB cord, and the AX5000 provides dual USB ports and satellite radio capability. It could be another good budget choice, but it’s sparse on features, compared with our other picks. It doesn’t come with a GPS antenna; it uses the one in your phone. The display isn’t as customizable. You can’t vary the buttons’ colors. And you can’t connect this model to an iDatalink adapter for use with a car’s steering-wheel controls and other features.

Our former also-great pick, the Alpine iLX-107, was the first replacement car stereo to offer a wireless connection to Apple CarPlay, although it doesn’t include Android Auto. The iLX-107 model’s interface is relatively easy to use, with responsive capacitive volume buttons below the screen. Its screen can be finicky, though, and we often had to hunt and peck to find what we wanted in the menus. The iLX-107 has a 7-inch screen and a host of extra features, such as satellite radio and HD Radio, multiple color choices for the controls, and the capability to pair with up to five smartphones over Bluetooth, but it tends to be more expensive than our top pick.

The Alpine iLX-207 has the same bright, 7-inch display as its cousin, the iLX-107, along with Android Auto, which the iLX-107 lacks. However, it doesn’t have the iLX-107 model’s wireless CarPlay connectivity or its slick capacitive volume buttons. Instead, it has a thick lip across the bottom of the screen that protrudes about half an inch from the display, and houses several large plastic buttons that provide some tactile feedback. The iLX-207 worked fine overall, and includes satellite radio compatibility, HD Radio, selectable illumination colors and wallpaper, and an HDMI input and output. But as with the iLX-107, we often had to hunt and peck to find what we wanted in the menus.

DVD receivers

Although our previous Pioneer picks have been replaced by newer models, there are only minor differences between them and our new picks, and the older versions are still available through some retailers at a discounted price. These include our previous top pick, the Pioneer AVH-W4400NEX, and two of our previous single-DIN picks, the Pioneer AVH-3400NEX and AVH-3300NEX.

The Sony XAV-AX210 is similar to our budget pick, the Sony XAV-AX100, with a 6.4-inch display and volume knob. But it adds a CD/DVD player, satellite radio capability, variable illumination, and the ability to connect to an iDatalink adapter for use with a car’s steering-wheel controls and other features. An SXM version that includes a SiriusXM tuner as part of a package is currently being sold.

Stereos with built-in navigation

Our previous upgrade pick, the Pioneer AVIC-W8400NEX, is very similar to our new one, the AVIC-W8500NEX, and it’s still available at some retailers for a discounted price.

The Pioneer AVIC-8201NEX is very similar to our upgrade pick, but without its wireless capability for CarPlay and Android Auto; you need to plug in with a USB cord. Like the AVIC-W8500NEX, this Pioneer comes with a built-in navigation system, capacitive touchscreen, satellite radio compatibility, HD Radio, and Pioneer’s Dual Zone Entertainment (which gives rear-seat passengers the option to enjoy different content than front-seat passengers).

The Kenwood DNX875S is essentially the same as the DMX905S digital media receiver, above, but with an integrated Garmin navigation system. You can connect to Android Auto either wirelessly or with a USB cord, and to CarPlay with only the cord. But, as with the JVC KW-M845BW, above, we had problems wirelessly connecting to Android Auto with our Pixel 2 XL test phone, and switching between two Bluetooth-paired phones wasn’t as seamless as with the Pioneers. We like the nav system; in our car GPS testing, we’ve found Garmin’s navigation system to be easy to use, with an intuitive interface, reliable and responsive routing, and helpful lane guidance at highway interchanges. As with Pioneer’s Here mapping, Garmin’s traffic data isn’t as comprehensive or accurate as that of Google Maps and Waze, though. The DNX875S is compatible with Kenwood’s DRV-N520 dash cam, and can accept two camera inputs.

Our previous upgrade pick, the Kenwood DNX694S, and the newer Kenwood DNX695S are very similar models. We had no trouble connecting to CarPlay and Android Auto through a USB cord. Both models come with built-in Garmin navigation, a CD/DVD player, HD Radio, satellite radio compatibility, variable color adjustments for customizing the controls’ backlighting, and dual video inputs for connecting multiple cameras. Unlike on the other Kenwoods we tested, the buttons are located on the left side of the screen, where they’re easier for a driver to reach, and the CD/DVD slot is visible above the 6.8-inch display. Both models can connect to the company’s DRV-N520 dash cam, and when a backup camera is connected, the stereo overlays helpful parking-guidance lines onto the camera’s image. According to Kenwood’s Seth Halstead, drivers can also connect other accessories, such as an add-on forward-collision warning system.


  1. Ted Cardenas, vice president of marketing, Pioneer, phone interview, November 27, 2017

  2. Tony Mercado, former marketing development manager, JVCKenwood Corporation, phone interview, November 28, 2017

  3. Seth Halstead, Eastern regional training manager, Kenwood USA, phone interview, November 28, 2017

  4. Christopher Mascari, director of business operations, Wirecutter, phone interview, November 21, 2017

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More on home video

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