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08/03/2021 NOS4A2 Series 1 & 2 & Complete Box Set
08/03/2021 Last Moment Of Clarity
15/03/2021 Sacrifice
15/03/2021 Marcella Series 3 and Complete Series 1-3 Box Set
15/03/2021 An Impossible Project
22/03/2021 Josie & Jack
22/03/2021 Dawn Of The Dead 4K UHD Release
22/03/2021 Reunion
29/03/2021 Take Back
19/04/2021 Raw Limited Edition Blu-ray
26/04/2021 Deutschland '89 and Deutschland '83, '86 & '89 Complete DVD Box Set
03/05/2021 The Terror Series 1 Blu-ray and DVD

Dark horror period drama The Terror starring Jared Harris, Ciaran Hinds and Tobias Menzies comes to Blu-ray and DVD 3 May 2021

Exec-produced by Ridley Scott, horror-period-drama The Terror features a fantastic line-up of British acting greats including BAFTA winner Jared Harris (Chernobyl, The Crown) and Golden Globe nominee Tobias Menzies (The Crown, Game of Thrones), as the crew of a real life Royal Naval expedition in 1847 that ventures deep into the Arctic. Following its run on BBC Two, this gripping thriller with a horror edge is set for its Blu-ray, DVD and digital debut on 3 May 2021 from Acorn Media International.

Based on Dan Simmons' best-selling novel, the 10-part series has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 93%, and has been lauded as 'A fascinating step forward for the survival-horror genre...genius' (The Atlantic).

1847, the crew of a real life Royal Naval expedition led by three captains, Sir John Franklin (Ciaran Hinds - Game of Thrones, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Francis Crozier (Harris) and James Fitzjames (Menzies), is sent to find the Arctic's fabled treacherous Northwest Passage, but instead discovers a monstrous polar bear-like predator, a cunning and vicious Gothic horror that stalks the ships in a desperate game of survival.

However, it soon becomes clear that that's just the beginning of their troubles. As things worsen and civilised behaviour disintegrates in favour of survival at any cost, the crew must simultaneously battle the elements, the supernatural and eventually - themselves. The captains make contact with a mute Inuit woman, Lady Silence (Nive Nielsen - The New World, Togo), who lives as an outcast from her tribe but still follows their old religion...can they trust her to help them, or will she only add to The Terror?

'Stark, gorgeous, violent, frightening and uplifting'

Newsweek




Brian Cox and Samara Weaving star in Hitchcockian thriller that sees a man on the run from the mob searching for the truth on digital 8 March 2021

A man on the run from a vicious gang of killers breaks cover when he becomes convinced his lover - who they murdered - is still alive...Was it a moment of clarity, or will it be the last thing he does? Get ready for Metalwork Pictures' Last Moment Of Clarity, a Neo-noir thriller which makes its UK debut from 101 Films and (Yet) Another Distribution Company on 8 March 2021.

This psychological thriller where not everything is as it seems and a wrong turn can be deadly, has echoes of Hitchcock's masterworks such as Vertigo and Rear Window and features an all-star line up including Golden Globe winner and Succession favourite Brian Cox, Samara Weaving star of Netflix hit Ryan Murphy's Hollywood, Fury's Zach Avery and Bacurau star Udo Kier.

Gambling addict Sam Pivnic (Avery) goes into hiding in Paris after falling foul of the Bulgarian mob in an incident that saw his beautiful fiancee killed in a major gas explosion. Three years later and a chance encounter leads him to believe she may be alive - but with a new identity and a fledgling acting career in Hollywood. Sam heads to LA to find out what really happened...But he risks running into the gangsters still after him. Can he uncover the truth or will they succeed in bumping him off?

This gripping thriller from Metalwork Pictures is the feature length debut of writing and directing duo James and Colin Krisel and was produced by Andrew Levitas and Stephen Israel.

Come out of hiding for a Last Moment Of Clarity, a thrilling Hitchcockian adventure.




Ass-kicking action star Gillian White is hell bent on revenge on a ruthless gang led by Mickey Rourke in explosive thriller on digital 29 March 2021

Make way. There's a new high-kickin', body-slammin', ball-bustin', head-smackin', fast-punchin', tough-talkin' action hero in town. Her name is Gillian White. All-action feature Take Back, sees her star alongside Michael Jai White and Mickey Rourke in an adrenaline-fuelled, martial arts action thriller in which old scores must be settled, once and for all.

Gillian White plays the lead as a seemingly unassuming woman who must take on an evil gang of human traffickers when they kidnap her step-daughter. This kick-ass film is set for its UK premiere on DVD and digital from 101 Films on 29 March 2021.

Zara and Brian (real-life couple - Gillian White and Michael Jai White, The Dark Knight) are living the perfect small-town life, but when Zara heroically foils a robbery, she soon becomes headline news...and the unwanted notoriety sees Zara's mysterious past catch up with her, putting her family's life in serious danger. When their daughter is kidnapped by a sadistic gang, led by the vicious Patrick (Mickey Rourke - The Wrestler), the pair face a race against time to save her life. With Detective Chalmers (James Russo - Django Unchained) also on Patrick's trail, Zara and Patrick's paths collide in an explosive finale.

Zara must finally face up to her past and get revenge on the savages who almost ruined her life.

Directed by Christian Sesma (Paydirt, The Night Crew), Take Back offers up a different kind of action hero for different times.




A mum-to-be must face demons from her childhood as she is reunited with her family in this chilling modern gothic thriller starring Julia Ormond on digital 22 March 2021

Julia Ormond (Legends Of The Fall, Sabrina, The Walking Dead: World Beyond) gives a powerhouse performance in haunting psychological thriller Reunion from award-winning director Jake Mahaffy (Free In Deed, Wellness). After wowing horror festival audiences and drawing comparisons to family-based horrors such as Hereditary, Relic and The Babadook, the film is set for its UK premiere on digital from 101 Films this March.

When a heavily pregnant woman returns home to give birth in the bosom of her family, after years away, she discovers that families can be a nightmare, as she uncovers dark secrets from her troubled childhood.

Ormond plays matriarch Ivy, who enjoys a strange, detached relationship with adult daughter and mum-to-be Ellie (Emma Draper - Daffodils, This Town). After a long time apart, the pair are thrown together when Ellie arrives at her recently deceased grandparents' family home, ahead of the birth, to help Ivy with the clearance. Ellie's wheelchair-bound dad Jack (John Bach - The Lord Of The Rings The Two Towers and The Return Of The King) is also rattling the walls in the creepy old house.

Once home, the relationship between mother and daughter becomes further strained and Ellie starts to experience strange occurrences and disturbing dreams about her long-dead sister Cara.

As her life becomes increasingly fraught, Ellie must face her demons and the horrific truth about her past.

A family reunion can be hell...

'A taut, thrilling horror that slowly but surely ratchets up the tension to a thrilling, heart pounding finale'

The Movie Army