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17/06/2019 La Ronde Blu-ray & DVD
01/07/2019 Inspector Montalbano Collection 9 and Complete Series 1 - 9 DVD Box Set
01/07/2019 When A Stranger Calls/ When A Stranger Calls Back: Standard Edition
01/07/2019 Blue DVD
15/07/2019 Chernobyl DVD
15/07/2019 Romance Blu-ray
22/07/2019 Year of the Rabbit DVD and Digital Release
29/07/2019 Beecham House 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 Chernobyl Blu-ray
12/08/2019 In Bruges Limited Edition Blu-ray
30/09/2019 George A Romero's Dawn of the Dead and Martin

Martin McDonagh's Cult Hitman Classic 'In Bruges' starring Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell gets Limited Edition Blu-ray Release

Hilariously dark hitman movie with a heart, In Bruges, is set to arrive in the UK in a Limited-Edition Blu-ray release, complete with brand new special features courtesy of Second Sight.

From award-winning director Martin McDonagh (Three Bill Boards Outside Ebbing Missouri), the film was originally released in 2008 and has gone on to earn cult status. It sees Brendan Gleeson (Cold Mountain) and Colin Farrell (The Lobster) in career defining, critically acclaimed performances, as a pair of hired heavies sent to lie low in the Belgian city after a botched hit, with the Daily Express saying 'Gleeson is a delight and Farrell gives his best performance'.

Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel) stars as their boss and the line-up also features Elizabeth Berrington (Good Omens), Clemence Poesy (The Tunnel) and Eric Godon (The Missing).

Following a job that's gone very badly wrong, two hitmen Ray (Farrell) and Ken (Gleeson) are sent to Bruges by their boss Harry (Fiennes) and told to hide out and await instructions. Ken falls in love with the cobbled streets and canals of the picturesque city but for Ray it's torturous boredom and he spends his time upsetting everyone he encounters from locals and tourists. When the call finally comes from Harry it may not be the ticket out they were hoping for.

Landing on 12 August 2019 In Bruges Limited Edition features stunning packaging, with new artwork by Thomas Walker, who also designed the exclusive cover for the Faber and Faber screenplay included with the release, alongside a 50-page soft cover book. There's a slew of special features including McDonagh's Oscar Winning Short Film Six Shooter in HD and more (see full list below).

Pack your things it's time to escape In Bruges.


- Six Shooter: Martin McDonagh's Oscar Winning Short Film in HD

- Shoot First, Sightsee Later: A New Interview With Director of Photography Eigil Bryld

- Finding the Rhythm: A New Interview With Editor Jon Gregory

- Finding Bruges: A New Interview With Production Designer Michael Carlin

- The Alcove Guy: A New Interview With Actor Eric Godon

- When in Bruges - interviews with cast and crew and on-set footage

- Strange Bruges - interviews with cast and crew and on-set footage

- Deleted Scenes

- Boat Trip Around Bruges

- Gag Reel

- Optional English subtitles for the hard of hearing


- Rigid slipcase featuring new artwork by Thomas Walker

- Faber and Faber screenplay with exclusive cover artwork by Thomas Walker

- 50 page soft cover book with new writing by Ian Christie, Dr Eamonn Jordan (author of From Leenane to LA: The Theatre and Cinema of Martin McDonagh) and Bomb Magazine archive interview with Martin McDonagh.

'A wonderfully fresh take on a familiar genre: fucked-up, far-out and very, very funny' ★★★★



'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 Jonas 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.

The House That Dripped Blood gets a Limited Edition Blu-ray release from Second Sight on 29 July 2019

Seminal Amicus horror The House that Dripped Blood, from Peter Duffell in his directorial debut and written by renowned screenwriter Robert Bloch (Psycho), is set for one of Second Sight's renowned must-have Limited Edition Blu-ray releases this Summer.

This star-studded anthology is presented in a stunning box set featuring original artwork from Graham Humphreys alongside a whole host of fantastic special features including new essays from horror aficionados and a 40-page booklet and is available from 29 July 2019.

Scotland Yard's Inspector Holloway (John Bennett - Watership Down, The Fifth Element) investigates a mysterious mansion with a ghoulish history and a chilling fate for its occupants in these four tales of terror...

Starring Denholm Elliott (Indiana Jones, A Room with a View), Peter Cushing (The Horror of Dracula, Star Wars), Joss Ackland (The Hunt for Red October, Lethal Weapon 2), Christopher Lee (The Wicker Man, Lord of the Rings), Jon Pertwee (Doctor Who, Carry on Cleo) and Ingrid Pitt (The Vampire Lovers, Countess Dracula), this anthology is a must-see for any horror aficionado.

Terror awaits you in every room of The House That Dripped Blood...enter if you dare.

'One of the best Amicus anthology movies, this is an enjoyable affair full of affectionate horror homage'


'Robert Bloch's superior scripting abilities to fashion a chilling atmosphere of terror that has dated extremely well'


'A marvellous mood piece of chilling intensity...vigorous Grand Guignol fun'

Time Out

Matt Berry stars in Channel 4 comedy Year of the Rabbit on DVD and digital 22 July 201919

Fresh from the success of What We Do In The Shadows, Matt Berry makes a welcome return to our screens in Year of the Rabbit, a brand new original comedy for Channel 4 set in Victorian London. It's set to arrive on DVD and digitally to download this summer, following its TV bow, thanks to Acorn Media International.

This hilarious six-part series is set to turn the detective genre on its head with a brand new crime fighting trio, that sees Matt Berry's (Toast of London, The IT Crowd), Detective Inspector Rabbit, teaming up with Freddie Fox (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Cucumber) and Susan Wokoma (Chewing Gum, Crazyhead). They are joined by a stellar line-up of great British acting talent including Line of Duty favourites Keeley Hawes (The Durrells, Bodyguard) and Craig Parkinson (Misfits, Four Lions), plus Sally Phillips (Smack The Pony, Miranda), Jill Halfpenny (Three Girls, In the Club), Alun Armstrong (The Cane, Frontier) and Paul Kaye (Wanderlust, Afterlife).

Detective Inspector Rabbit is a hardened booze-hound who's seen it all, his new partner is hapless and by-the-book...when they're called in to investigate a local murder, they are joined by the lewd, but insightful adoptive daughter of the chief of police, she's also the country's first female officer. Together, the mismatched team must fight crime while rubbing shoulders with street gangs, crooked politicians, Bulgarian princes, spiritualists, music hall stars and the Elephant Man.

Directed by BAFTA-nominated Ben Taylor (Catastrophe) and written by Emmy and WGA Award-winners Andy Riley and Kevin Cecil (Veep), with Matt Berry contributing with his offbeat wit and talent Year of the Rabbit is set to be the must-see comedy of the summer. It arrives on DVD and to download and keep on 22 July 2019.

'Roistering Victorian police spoof...heartstoppingly funny'

The Guardian

'A bracing, outrageous affair...transplants Toast of London to Ripper Street. The language is as strong as the cast'

Sunday Times