New this week on DVD and Blu-ray:
''Wanderlust'' - Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston play a couple who flee New York after losing their jobs and end up in a commune filled with oddball characters in the latest comedy from director David Wain (''Role Models,'' ''Wet Hot American Summer''). The ensemble cast includes Justin Theroux, Malin Akerman, Alan Alda and many of Wain's cohorts from the comedy troupe The State.
The DVD includes deleted, extended and alternate scenes; a gag reel; featurettes and a commentary track with Wain, Rudd, co-writer producer Ken Marino and Kevin Pollak. Blu-ray buyers also get ''The Bizarro Cut'' of the film, which includes 80 minutes with alternate jokes for nearly every scene. (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, $29.98 DVD, $34.98 Blu-ray)
''Big Miracle'' - This feel-good drama is based on a true story about family of whales that gets trapped beneath the ice at the Arctic Circle, and a rescue effort that brought together the United States and the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War. John Krasinski (''The Office'') plays a reporter covering the story, and Drew Barrymore plays a Greenpeace volunteer who puts together the coalition to save the mammals. Kristen Bell, Dermot Mulroney and Ted Danson co-star. The DVD includes a commentary track with director Ken Kwapis, who also provides introductions for the deleted scenes, and the featurette ''Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction.'' Blu-ray buyers get an additional featurette, ''A Big Miracle in Alaska'' and a digital copy of the film. (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, $29.98 DVD, $34.98 Blu-ray)
''Project X - This movie takes the shaky-cam, found-footage formula so popular with horror movies and uses it for a teen comedy. Documenting an out-of-control high school party, ''Project X'' tries to shock an audience raised on ''The Hangover.'' There are more drugs, more nudity and more general debauchery. Oh, you wanted a plot and interesting characters too? Well, you can't have everything. (Warner Home Video, $28.98 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray)
''Jeff, Who Lives at Home'' - Jason Segal and Ed Helms play brothers in a comedy from writers-directors Mark and Jay Duplass. Segal is a slacker still living in his mother's (Susan Sarandon) basement, and Helms is his more career-driven sibling, who suspects his wife (Judy Greer) is having an affair. (Paramount Home Entertainment, $29.99 DVD, $40.99 Blu-ray)
''Seeking Justice'' -Nicolas Cage plays a husband who, after his wife is attacked, strikes a deal to have the attacker taken care of by a stranger. But the cost of the arrangement turns out to be far greater than he expected. Guy Pearce, Jennifer Carpenter and Harold Perrineau co-star. (Anchor Bay, $26.98 DVD, $34.98 Blu-ray)
''Cat Run'' - Paz Vega (''Spanglish'') plays a call girl wanted by the Mob, a corrupt U.S. Senator and a female assassin (Janet McTeer) because she has information about a shocking crime and its cover up in a film from John Stockwell. (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, $19.98 DVD, $26.98 Blu-ray)