No longer required to adapt the 1996 movie at unnecessary length, the ten episodes of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN SEASON TWO (DVD/ download, 27 June) separate the Gecko brothers, deliver backstory for the Titty Twister’s Santanico Pandemonium and introduce Danny Trejo as supernatural bad guy the Regulator. Expect blood and guts aplenty, pulpy dialogue, and a frustrating lack of narrative focus. Michael Bay’s global pandemic action series continues to impress in THE LAST SHIP SEASON TWO (Blu-ray/ DVD, 13 June). This year it’s naturally-immune fanatics with terrible Irish accents rather than Russkies causing trouble for the crew of the Nathan James. The ship vs submarine battles are thrilling, and the pitch black twists continue unabated. Just brace yourselves for more in-your-face jingoism. Toon adaptation JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS (DVD, out now) drops most of the SF elements of the ’80s original, aside from Synergy – super-computer then, a cutesy robot now. What’s left is a generic tale of a rising star pulled in opposing directions by fame and family, given a YouTube-era upgrade with “everyone is special” syrup ladled on top. Finally, absurdist Czech comedydrama THE INVISIBLES (VOD, out now) concerns a race of water-breathers living secretly among humanity, threatened with exposure by one of their kind. It’s lightly amusing froth, with plenty of quirky details to the worldbuilding of the “Nixes”’ underground society. All 13 episodes are streaming for free via All 4’s Walter Presents strand.