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17/01/2022 Seance
10/01/2022 Jakob's Wife
03/01/2022 Sweetie, You Won't Believe It
27/12/2021 Krays: Code of Silence
27/12/2021 SESSION 9 LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY
13/12/2021 The Madame Blanc Mysteries
06/12/2021 Dalgliesh
29/11/2021 QUEENS OF MYSTERY SERIES 1
29/11/2021 QUEENS OF MYSTERY SERIES 2 - ACORN TV ORIGINAL WORLD PREMIERE
29/11/2021 All Creatures Great & Small Series 2 DVD & Complete 1 and 2 Box Set

Session 9 Limited Edition Blu-ray arrives 27 December 2021 courtesy of Second Sight Films

Lauded as one of the great horror films of the 21st Century, Session 9 is a tense creeping chiller from award-winning director Brad Anderson (The Machinist, Transsiberian), that's earned a cult following since its original release in 2001 and now gets a thrilling Limited Edition Blu-ray release from specialists Second Sight Films.

Desperate to win the contract to clean up the abandoned Danvers State Mental Hospital, the boss of an asbestos removal company promises a rapid one-week turnaround and the pressure is on for his team. As tensions run high to get job done, the crew are harbouring their own dark secrets and they soon discover they're not the only ones... the derelict building has its own ominous past. When a case history tape is uncovered, it reveals shocking secrets hidden within its walls and things take a twisted turn.

Featuring a stellar cast including David Caruso (First Blood, NYPD Blue) Stephen Gevedon (War of the Worlds, 13) Peter Mullan (Tyrannasour, War Horse), Josh Lucas (Ford v Ferrari, Glory Road), the film is set to arrive 27 December 2021 complete with a slew of brilliant special features including: Brand new interviews and commentaries, documentaries, deleted scenes and an alternative ending. The set is presented in a stunning rigid slipcase with new artwork by Christopher Shy, along with a soft cover book with new essays. Full details below.

Settle in for a disturbingly dark Session 9.

SPECIAL FEATURES

Audio commentary by Director and Writer Brad Anderson and Writer Stephen Gevedon

New audio commentary by Mike White and Jed Ayres

The Darkside: a new interview with Brad Anderson

Mike's Session: a new interview with Stephen Gevedon

Back to the Bat: a new interview with Producer David Collins and Director of Photography Uta Briesewitz

Invisible Design: a new interview with Production Designer Sophie Carlhian

The Sound of Dread: a new interview with Composers Robert Millis and Jeffery Taylor

A Twisted Collage: Alexandra Heller-Nicholas on Session 9

Return to Danvers documentary

The Haunted Palace

Horror's Hallowed Grounds: Session 9

Story to Screen with optional Director commentary

Deleted scenes and alternate ending with optional Director commentary

LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS

Rigid slipcase with new artwork by Christopher Shy

Soft cover book with new essays by Charles Bramesco,Simon Fitzjohn and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas plus behind-the-scenes and location images

'Brilliantly scripted, atmospherically chilling and seat-edged suspenseful right up to its masterful shock ending...hard-hitting psychological horror'

★★★★

Radio Times




Krays: Code of Silence arrives on DVD and Digital 27 December from 101 Films

Britain's most notorious gangsters The Krays have gained legendary status with their brutal reign over 1960s London, which continues to fascinate and shock to this day - but who was the man who brought down the infamous gangsters?

Now a brand-new, hard-hitting British feature Krays: Code of Silence, from director Ben Mole, produced by Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar and Jeet Thakrar of Picture Perfect, sees Hollywood star Stephen Moyer take on the role of the driven and determined Detective Nipper Read, the person who took on the seemingly impossible and dangerous mission of bringing down Ronnie and Reggie Kray (onan Summers). But the operation came with a price...

The sixties, London: hemlines are up, and so is the crime rate, the highest level on record. As the Beatles rule the airwaves, heading for world domination - The Krays are on the rise too... using their inimitable violent ways to gain power over the city. Extortion, robbery and murder are rife throughout the capital. Everyone knows the criminals responsible, but will anyone risk it all and speak out against them?

One man, the fearless Detective Nipper Read, is sent in to tackle the unenviable task... bringing the city back under the rule of law and taking on the country's most feared mobsters in the process.

As he faces bent coppers, political backstabbing, and terrified witnesses, Nipper becomes increasingly obsessed, putting everything and everyone he knows at risk.

Determined to bring down London's most feared gangsters, he will push the rules, his moral compass, and his own sense of who he is, to the very edge...to break the code of silence.




All Creatures Great & Small is back for Series 2, alongside Series 1 and 2 Boxset on DVD 29 November

The Charming much-loved All Creatures Great & Small, based on the hugely popular novels of James Herriot (aka James Alfred Wight OBE), returns for a second series of veterinary adventures, budding romances, and life in the sleepy town of Darrowby, Yorkshire with its rolling fields, and colourful community.

The first series captivated the nation, ranking as Channel 5's number one British drama of all time and now the much-anticipated series two arrives. Following its run on Channel 5, it comes to DVD alongside the Complete Series 1 and 2 Box set on 29 November 2021, courtesy of Acorn Media International.

We return three months later to follow the trials and tribulations and lives and loves of the locals, surrounded by the beautiful Yorkshire dales, where farmers and vets alike savour a foaming pint at the end of a hard day's work.

After Helen Anderson (Rachael Shenton - Hollyoaks) jilted her intended, Hugh Helton (Matthew Lewis - Harry Potter), at the altar, she, and James (Nicholas Ralph - The Most Reluctant Convert C.S. Lewis) can finally address their feelings for each other. But it can be tricky in such a close-knit community where not everyone takes too kindly to Helen's decision. Prompted by James' and Helen's affections, Siegfried (Samuel West - Darkest Hour), Tristan (Callum Woodhouse - The Durrells) and Mrs Hall (Anna Madeley - Deadwater Fell) also reflect on their places in the world, meanwhile a trip back home to Glasgow forces James to choose between duty and love...

Series One begins in 1937, Britain where we meet James Herriot, a newly qualified animal surgeon who moves to a small-town in Yorkshire to begin his first job with the irritable but kind veterinarian Siegfried Farnon. Once there, he quickly discovers that treating the animals is as much about looking out for their owners: there are plenty of people and animals to care for, challenges to meet, and life-affirming lessons to learn along the way.

All Creatures Great & Small will love this soul-soothing and heart-warming family favourite.

'A TV gem... the wholesome and animal-laden drama, set amid a beautiful Yorkshire backdrop is back'

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Detective drama Dalgliesh set to delight on DVD and digital 6 December from Acorn Media International

Bertie Carvel takes the titular lead in Dalgliesh, a brand-new, must-watch period crime drama which is set to delight on its DVD and digital release this December courtesy of Acorn Media International, following its UK premiere on Channel 5.

Based on renowned author P.D. James's bestselling novels Adam Dalgliesh Mysteries, this gripping new drama follows the enigmatic detective and poet (Carvel - Doctor Foster, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, The Tragedy of Macbeth), as he takes on extraordinary murder cases, and reveals long-buried secrets. The six-part series arrives on DVD and digital on 13 December 2021.

Following in the footsteps of distinguished detectives such as Sherlock Holmes and Poirot, Adam Dalgliesh takes us to 1970's England solving strange mysteries including: a student nurse poisoned during training, a homeless man and a retired Tory politician found dead with their throats slashed in a London church and a very suspicious death at a mysterious disability care home. Dedicating his career to cracking crime and bringing killers to justice, Dalgliesh is forced to uncover some dark and dangerous truths along the way...

Written by Helen Edmundson (Mary Magdalene) alongside a host of talented scribes, the show features a brilliant line-up of guests including Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), Natasha Little (War of the Worlds) and Mirren Mack (Sex Education). The series draws upon three books, tracing the detective's expansive crime-fighting career, with each case offering its own unique setting and an exciting guest cast.

Get sleuthing with your new favourite detective drama Dalgliesh.

'A prime example of the brilliance of P.D. James...elegantly plotted and riveting murder mysteries imbued with far more depth than a routine whodunnit...reassuringly old-fashioned telly...devoted to absorbing stories'

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