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Release Schedule

14/06/2021 Parallel
31/05/2021 Lake Mungo
24/05/2021 Line of Duty Series 1 - 6 Collection DVD Box Set
24/05/2021 Too Close
24/05/2021 Homewrecker
24/05/2021 Line of Duty Series 6 Digital, DVD and Blu-ray
10/05/2021 A Glitch In The Matrix
10/05/2021 Lucky
10/05/2021 The Blitz 80th Anniversary
03/05/2021 Danny. Legend. God.
03/05/2021 We Still Say Grace
03/05/2021 The Darkness
03/05/2021 Keeping Faith Series 3 and Complete Series 1-3 Box Set

Psychological thriller Too Close starring Emily Watson and Denise Gough comes to DVD 24 May 2021

Bafta-winning actor Emily Watson gives another powerhouse performance in brand new nail-biting psychological drama Too Close, which is set to have viewers enthralled when it airs over three consecutive nights on ITV and arrives on DVD on 24 May 2021, from Acorn Media International.

Based on Natalie Daniels' best-selling novel, we enter the world of dedicated forensic psychiatrist, Dr Emma Robinson (Watson - Chernobyl, Apple Tree Yard), who has worked with her fair share of high security patients and isn't easily shocked... Then she meets Connie Mortenson (Denise Gough - Guerilla, Paula)...

'A dash of Silence of the Lambs... absorbing psychological drama... Watson and Gough are enthralling'

Radio Times

Gripping Welsh noir Keeping Faith series 3 starring Eve Myles comes to DVD and digital 3 May 2021

Boasting record breaking viewing figures for the BBC, BAFTA-winning original Welsh Noir Keeping Faith was a runaway success and stars award-winning actor Eve Myles (Torchwood) who charms as the eponymous lead, and this time her all-important jacket is orange. Now a brand-new series is set to air on BBC One and arrives on DVD and digital alongside Keeping Faith Complete 1 - 3 Box Set this spring. The hit series broke new ground with the complete show filmed in two languages, Welsh as Un Bore Mercher and English as Keeping Faith, with the Welsh versions being aired on Welsh TV S4C, and iPlayer ahead of its national broadcasts.

In series one we meet tenacious lawyer, wife and mother Faith Howells (Eve Myles, Broadchurch, Torchwood), who must deal with the sudden, mysterious disappearance of her husband Evan (Bradley Freegard, Under Milk Wood). Series Two follows 18 months after Faith's life was turned upside down and she is drawn into a new mystery, taking on the case of a local farmer (Aimee-Ffion Edwards, Peaky Blinders), accused of murdering her husband in cold blood. She must also contend with the fallout of previous events: conflicting emotions towards her husband and former criminal Steve Baldini (Mark Lewis Jones, Chernobyl), and pressure from steely gang matriarch Gael Reardon (Anastasia Hille, Baptiste).

Following the success of the first two series, Keeping Faith returns for its third instalment with the brilliant Eve Myles back as the eponymous lead for this six-part series and Celia Imrie (Mamma Mia 2, Patrick Melrose) joins the cast. We re-join Abercorran 18 months on from the explosive series two finale and Faith must now contend with Evan as their divorce and custody battle go from bad to worse, and where to go now following the fall out.

Faith tries to remain positive even as her world is crumbling around her - but someone from her past appears and threatens to disrupt the tentative peace Faith has started to find in her life.

Will Faith be able to cling on to the tenuous normality she's constructed?

'When you see Faith Howells again in her new coat, your heart begins to sing in a way that isn't matched by many dramas in this genre'

The Killing Times


One of TVs most popular and thrilling series Line Of Duty has been lauded as 'the king of the crime dramas' (The Telegraph) and now the internationally acclaimed, hit show - from award-winning scribe Jed Mercurio (Bodyguard, Bloodlands) - returns for its long-awaited, highly anticipated sixth series.

Line of Duty Series Six is set to arrive in its first ever high-def bow on Blu-ray and will also be available on DVD and on digital to download from Acorn Media International on 24 May 2021. The whole gripping series can also be experienced with the mammoth 12 disc-set Line of Duty Series 1 - 6 Collection Box Set on DVD.

Line of Duty Series Six sees the return of some our favourite characters but change is afoot at police corruption unit AC-12. Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar - Blood, Broken) is still at the helm and ready to tackle more 'bent coppers', even with a cloud hanging over him. The series also sees the return of Detective Inspector Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure - This Is England, The Secret Agent) and Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston - The Nest, Traces) to tackle another major case of police corruption, alongside some old faces and new, but who can they trust?

Acting great Kelly Macdonald (Giri/Haji, Trainspotting, Broadwalk Empire) joins the cast as Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson, the senior investigating officer of a high-profile unsolved murder... could she be the most enigmatic and dangerous adversary AC-12 has ever faced? Davidson's unconventional conduct raises the anti-corruption squad's suspicions and they start to question whether Davidson is really doing everything in her power to find the perpetrator. As they launch an urgent investigation, upheavals within AC-12 threaten to tear their work apart. 

Could she be the downfall of the crack, tight-knit team?

Chilling British horror The Darkness starring Amelia Eve brings demons, death and deception to digital 3 May 2021

Brand new British horror The Darkness, from director Tharun Mohan (Baby, Purgatory State of Mind) is set to chill you to the bone. This darkly gripping thriller follows a young couple whose escape to Ireland becomes a deadly dance with demons, death and deception and makes its UK premiere on digital this May from Reel 2 Reel Films.

Spanning one hundred years, and filled with mytohology and folklore we start in the present day where writer Lisa (Amelia Eve - The Haunting Of Bly Manor, Enterprice) and entrepreneur David (Cyril Blake - The Waiting Game, Z-List) are desperate for a brief escape from their hectic London lives. They take up residence in an old remote home in Ballyvadlea, Ireland, where Lisa has plans to start writing her new book and David has a business plan to work on... but the house has other ideas.

When strange things start to occur Lisa uses her investigative skills and discovers a memoir of a woman called Niav (Katherine Hartshorne - Happiest Day, Chaos In The Spectrum) and delves deep into the past. But unlocking long closed doors has awoken a dormant evil spirit... and now the nightmare begins.

As the couple find themselves embroiled in a century long mystery of possessions, changelings and witch craft, their only hope of help comes in the form of a strange priest named George.

Can they escape the demonic entity and the dark past deep in the walls of this terror filled domain?

The Darkness is a must-see haunting creep-filled chiller.