New this week on DVD and Blu-ray:
"The Call" - Halle Berry stars as a 911 operator who answers a call from a kidnapping victim (Abigail Breslin) being held in the trunk of a car. In order to help the girl, the operator must confront a dangerous figure from her own past in this thriller, which earned more than $50 million in theaters. Morris Chestnut, Michael Imperioli, Michael Eklund and David Otunga co-star.
The DVD includes a commentary track with Berry, Breslin and the filmmakers along with the featurette "Emergency Procedure: Making the Film." Blu-ray buyers also get an alternate ending, deleted and extended scenes, Eklund's audition tape and two additional featurettes, "A Set Tour of The Hive and The Lair" and "Inside the Stunts." (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, $30.99 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray)
"The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" - The presence of comedy stars Steve Carell and Jim Carrey as rival magicians couldn't turn this comedy into a box-office hit earlier this year. Carell and Steve Buscemi star as a Siegfried & Roy-style magic duo whose reign in Las Vegas in threatened by a publicity-garnering street magician (Carrey). The movie costars Alan Arkin, Olivia Wilde and (in what turns out to be one of his final screen appearances) James Gandolfini.
Extras include deleted / alternate scenes, a gag reel and the featurettes "Making Movie Magic with David Copperfield" and "Steve Gray Uncut." (New Line Home Video, $28.98 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray)
"Phantom" - A Soviet submarine is sent on a secret mission with the captain (Ed Harris) fighting with a KGB agent (David Duchovny) for control of the vessel in this military thriller co-starring William Fichtner, Lance Henriksen, Johnathon Schaech, Jason Beghe and Sean Patrick Flanery. (20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, $22.98 DVD, $29.98 Blu-ray)
"Upside Down" - Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst star in this sci-fi romance about a couple kept apart by circumstance ... and physics. (Millennium, $28.99 DVD, $34.99 3D Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD combo)
"Pusher" - In this British crime story, a street dealer borrows money from his supplier to finance a can't-miss deal. It misses. It's a remake of a 1996 Danish film by Nicolas Winding Refn ("Drive"). (Anchor Bay, $24.98 DVD, $29.99 Blu-ray)
"A Place at the Table" - This documentary looks at the issue of "food insecurity" - the 50 million Americans (including 12 million children) who don't know where they will get their next meal. (Magnolia Home Entertainment, $26.98 DVD, $29.98 Blu-ray)
"Crawlspace" - This Australian sci-fi thriller focuses on a military unit sent to rescue a group of scientists from a secret military complex. Instead, they find the facility overrun by disturbed patients, including a beautiful woman who can't remember who she is or how she got there. Extras include two commentary tracks and a behind-the-scenes featurette. (MPI Home Video, $24.98 DVD)
"No" - Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, this film start Gael Garcia Bernal as a young advertising executive hired by opposition leaders of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet to devise a campaign to help them topple the military dictator in a 1988 election.
Extras include an interview with Bernal, who also joins director Pablo Larrain for a commentary track. (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, $30.99 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray)