League Of Gentlemen-ish Danish film MeN aNd CHICKeN (out now, Blu-ray/DVD) sees two brothers travelling to a remote island after discovering they’re not their late dad’s biological offspring. We said: “Its grotesque oddity will delight and disturb in equal measure.” Jonathan Nolan’s techno thriller continues with PerSON OF INtereSt SEASON FOUR (5 September, Blu-ray/DVD) which has a run of episodes mid-run that all feel like season finales, as two potentially omnipotent AIs go into battle. The twist rate is exhilarating, and one episode, “If-Then-Else” – the cleverest Groundhog Day episode you’ll ever see – is worth buying the box set for alone. Readers old enough to remember Monkey may also have fond memories of tHe Water MarGIN (22 August, Blu-ray/DVD). Based on a 14th century Chinese novel, this martial arts saga (with minor fantasy elements) sees a bunch of renegades taking on a tyrannical government. The DVD release of the English dub that came out over a decade ago featured numerous trims for a teatime slot; now all 26 episodes have been restored, and the deleted scenes reinstated. Finally, there’s a 25th anniversary edition of fantasy-comedy drOP dead Fred (29 August, Blu-ray/DVD), in which the imaginary friend of a young girl returns to wreak havoc once the grown woman loses her husband and job. Mixing black comedy about mental illness with toilet humour and slapstick, it’s an odd mix, but Rik Mayall’s livewire turn as the anarchic Fred ensured a cult following.