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22/07/2019 Beecham House DVD and Digital Release
22/07/2019 Year of the Rabbit DVD and Digital Release
29/07/2019 The House That Dripped Blood Limited Edition Blu-ray
29/07/2019 Asylum Limited Edition Blu-ray
29/07/2019 Agatha Raisin Series 2 & Series One and Two Box Set DVD & digital release
05/08/2019 Heavy Trip digital release
19/08/2019 In Bruges Limited Edition Blu-ray
26/08/2019 Flight of the Navigator Limited Edition Blu-Ray
30/08/2019 Memory: The Origins of Alien Theatrical Release
02/09/2019 Keeping Faith Series 1 & 2 Box Set
02/09/2019 Keeping Faith Series 2
30/09/2019 George A Romero's Dawn of the Dead and Martin

Flight of the Navigator gets new 4K scan and restoration - arrives on Limited Edition Blu-Ray 26 August 2019

Prepare for take-off as Flight of the Navigator, the action-packed classic 80s adventure, gets a brand new 4K scan and restoration and makes its arrival on Limited Edition Blu-ray thanks to Second Sight Films on 26 August 2019.

Take a journey back in time to re-live this family sci-fi like never before, as the film has been painstakingly restored to it's very best under the supervision of its director Randal Kleiser (Grease, The Blue Lagoon).

The year is 1978 and 12-year-old David Freeman is knocked unconscious while playing. He wakes up and discovers it's now 1986 and he's been missing for eight years. NASA believes he's been abducted by aliens and want to use him for their research. But with the guidance of a strange unseen entity he discovers a hidden spaceship and with the help of MAX the computer sets off on an incredible mission to get back to the past where he belongs.

Joey Cramer, Sarah Jessica Parker and Paul Reubens star.

Agatha Raisin series 2 arrives on DVD 29 July 2019 and on digital 13 July 2019

TV FAVOURITE Ashley Jensen (Extras, Ugly Betty) returns as the eponymous amateur sleuth extraordinaire Agatha Raisin, for a second delightful, mystery-packed series. The high-flying PR exec turned investigator is back to solve strange murders in the quaint Cotswolds village that she now calls home in this fun-filled detective romp.

Based on M C Beaton's best-selling novels, three brand new mysteries, dramatised over six episodes, are set to air on SkyOne this summer and arrive on DVD 29 July 2019 and digitally to download and keep from 13 July 2019, alongside the Agatha Raisin Series One and Two Box Set from Acorn Media International.

Now she's settled into village life...but Agatha's early retirement is far from the quiet life she'd imagined. Joined by a host of colourful characters from the village of Carsely, alongside her trusty roster of friends: ladies' man Sir Charles Fraith (Jason Merells -Waterloo Road), ex-assistant Roy (Mathew Horne - Gavin & Stacey), and cleaner Gemma (Katy Wix - The Windsors), she takes on mischief, mayhem and murder.

Series Two sees Agatha return from a disastrous trip to Cyprus, her fiance James (Jamie Glover - Endeavour) having gone AWOL. Alone once more, she investigates the village's bizarre murders with panache, from the downfall of an arrogant hair stylist to mysterious occurrences attributed to fairies and the frenzy surrounding the new handsome curate that leads to murder. But there's one case she just can't seem to crack...her messy love life.

Make this charming detective the Agatha Raisin d'etre for your next box set binge.

'Midsomer Murders, with a sharper wit and better clothes'

The Times

'Campy, kitsch, silly and very fun...perfect wind-down telly'

The Guardian

fascinating feature documentary MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN comes to UK cinemas 30 August, and digital & DVD 2 September 2019

The iconic scenes and sequences from seminal sci-fi horror ALIEN are firmly embedded in film history and popular culture: the creepy eggs and HR Giger designed spacecraft on a long dead planet; the pivotal facehugger attaching itself to one of the crew of the Nostromo; the shocking chest-bursting sequence and much, much more...

But while we may all now know that "in space, no-one can hear you scream", how did Ridley Scott and the creative team come up with the ideas for a blockbuster that changed both the horror and sci-fi genres and truly terrified audiences around the world?

As we approach the 40th Anniversary of the game-changing film a fascinating feature documentary MEMORY: THE ORIGINS OF ALIEN, from writer/director Alexandre O. Philippe (78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene), uncovers the origin story behind Scott's cinematic masterpiece, which arrives in cinemas on 30 August 2019 followed by DVD and on demand on 2 September from Dogwoof.

A contemplation on the symbiotic collaborative process of moviemaking, the power of myth and the collective unconscious, MEMORY unearths the largely untold beginnings of a movie-masterwork rooted in Greek and Egyptian mythology, underground comics, the art of Francis Bacon, and the dark visions of Dan O'Bannon and H. R. Giger.

It reveals a veritable treasure trove of never-before-seen materials from the O'Bannon and Giger estates, including original story notes, rejected designs and storyboards, exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, and most importantly Dan O'Bannon's original 29-page script from 1971, titled MEMORY.

'Demonstrates that...the study of a film can be as exciting as the film itself'

TV Choice

'Memory is most valuable for its fresh recontextualisation of ALIEN in the same feminist air space as Kramer vs. Kramer and Manhattan, films that vibrate with late '70s family panic'

Time Out


'Enthralling, quietly spectacular, meticulously researched' (The Observer) Sky Original drama Chernobyl explores the truth surrounding the disastrous nuclear power plant explosion in 1986 - a story of incredible heroism and sacrifice, but also shocking lies and conspiracy. Currently airing on Sky Atlantic to great acclaim, the gripping five-part series is set to arrive on DVD and digital from Acorn Media International.

The result of extensive research, Chernobyl seeks to tell the stories of those directly involved in causing the catastrophe, and those affected by the nuclear fallout felt across the world. Jared Harris (Mad Men, The Crown) stars as Valery Legasov, a nuclear physicist who is one of the first people to grasp the scope of the nuclear disaster. Ulana Khomyuk (Emily Watson - Apple Tree Yard, The Theory of Everything) is a scientist committed to getting to the bottom of the cause, while Lyudmilla Ignatenko (Jessie Buckley - Wild Rose, Beast) is the wife of a firefighter who was first on the scene. Stellan Skarsgard (Mamma Mia, Thor) plays Soviet Deputy Prime Minister Boris Shchergina, leading the government commission from a safe distance.

Directed by The Walking Dead's Johan Renck, the series is committed to a realism that refuses to shy away from the horrors, both physical and psychological, inflicted upon the victims of this uniquely horrifying event. A deeply moving story about how individuals act when faced with something inexplicable, this drama seeks to honour the spirit of those who helped stop the devastation from spreading even further. The BBC calls it 'TV that doesn't just get you thinking, it stops you sleeping ★★★★★' and the Irish Independent says, 'Devastatingly powerful - no piece of dramatised non-fiction has ever felt this authentic ★★★★★'

Investigating the lengths to which governments will go to cover up atrocities and suppress the spread of information, Chernobyl also acts as a timely warning: the truth will out.

Chernobyl will be available digitally to download and keep from 4 July 2019, on DVD 15 July 2019 and on Blu-ray 29 July 2019.