Warm up for the imminent release of Independence Day: Resurgence with the INDEPENDENCE DAY 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (30 May, Blu-ray/ DVD). The DVD has a new restoration of the theatrical cut; the Blu-ray adds new half-hour documentary Independence Day: A Legacy Surging Forward and a spruced-up extended cut – running about eight minutes longer, that features five extra scenes, plus another 10 with additional/ alternate footage. Take your mind off one kind of Trump by enjoying another, with Norwegian kids’ comedy DOCTOR PROCTOR’S FART POWDER (out now, DVD). In this Roald Dahl-like fantasy, two children befriend an eccentric professor whose latest invention allows them to guff themselves airborne. This attracts the attention of an evil tycoon… We said: “A pleasantly breezy diversion, grotesque enough in places to recall Jean-Pierre Jeunet.” Streaming on Netflix now are all 12 episodes of so-so animated series KONG: KING OF THE APES. Set in 2050, it pits the giant gorilla against a villainous cyborg’s robotic dinosaurs. If you want your kids to become environmentally aware then plonk them in front of it, as endangered species and the destruction of the rainforest are key themes. More excitingly, this Kong has a flippin’ jet-pack! Finally, there are further box set releases for a trio of US series: THE LEFTOVERS SEASON TWO (20 June, DVD), THE LIBRARIANS SEASON TWO (out now, DVD) and ONCE UPON A TIME SEASON FOUR (out now, Blu-ray/DVD).