New DVD releases: Cockneys vs Zombies, Chernobyl Diaries, What to Expect When You’re Expecting

Also out this week are Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Red Lights and A Fantastic Fear of Everything

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Cockneys vs Zombies (Cert: 15)
2 stars

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East End pensioners take on the undead, to the music of Chas ‘n’ Dave

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Various behind-the-scenes looks at the cast, crew, locations, special effects, plus a zombie school training video

Read our review for Cockneys vs Zombies


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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Cert: 15)
4 stars

Not to be confused with the Spielberg biopic starring Daniel Day-Lewis…

Formats: DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray (includes standard Blu-ray)

Extras: An audio commentary with writer Seth Grahame-Smith, plus featurettes about the original book and the making of the film. The 3D Blu-ray also contains looks at the fight choreography, make-up and visual style

Read our review for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter


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What to Expect When You’re Expecting (Cert: 12)
3 stars

Cameron Diaz, Elizabeth Banks and J-Lo are among those with one in the oven

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Five minutes of deleted scenes, a look at the bestselling book that inspired the film, plus a featurette dedicated to “the guys”

Read our review for What to Expect When You’re Expecting


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Red Lights (Cert: 15)
2 stars

Two supernatural skeptics begin to doubt that spooks exist

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: A ten-minute featurette about the film’s production

Read our review for Red Lights


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A Fantastic Fear of Everything (Cert: 15)
2 stars

Nervous wreck Simon Pegg confronts his phobias

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Audio commentary featuring Pegg and directors Crispian Mills and Chris Hopewell, deleted scenes, plus interviews with the cast and crew

Read our review for A Fantastic Fear of Everything


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Chernobyl Diaries (Cert: 15)
3 stars

Backpackers discover that the irradiated Russian town is far from deserted

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: Alternative ending, a deleted scene, a fake informercial, plus a “viral video” that tells the story of Chernobyl

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Read our review for Chernobyl Diaries

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