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In Bruges Limited Edition Blu-ray

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 on 12 August 2019.

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), Clémence Poésy (The Tunnel) and Eric Godon (The Missing).




The House That Dripped Blood Limited Edition Blu-ray

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 on 29 July 2019.

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...




Asylum Limited Edition Blu-ray

From Psycho writer Robert Bloch and directed by Roy Ward Baker (A Night to Remember) iconic 1972 Amicus horror anthology Asylum is set for the Limited Edition Blu-ray treatment from Second Sight.

This hugely anticipated release starring a stellar cast will be presented in stunning rigid slipcase packaging featuring new artwork by Graham Humphreys, and a 40-page booklet with new essays by Allan Bryce, Jon Towlson and Kat Ellinger, not to mention a whole host of special features including director commentaries and featurettes, it will available from 29 July 2019.

When Doctor Martin (Robert Powell - The Italian Job, The Thirty Nine Steps) arrives for a job interview at a secluded asylum for the incurably insane, he must prove himself by listening to the macabre tales of four inmates to determine which is the former head of the asylum who experienced a breakdown. We join him on the investigation with four hair-raising horrors...




Chernobyl Blu-ray

'Enthralling, 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 Blu-ray from Acorn Media International on 29 July.




Beecham House DVD and Digital Release

Love, honour, secrets, betrayal...welcome to Beecham House. Bend it like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha pens this lavish 'Dehli Downton' drama, set amongst British nobles in India during the cusp of the 19th century. Airing in June on ITV, the stunning six-part series is set to arrive on DVD and digital from Acorn Media International on 22 July 2019.




Year of the Rabbit DVD and Digital Release

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.




Romance Blu-ray

Controversial. Groundbreaking. Daring. Extraordinary. Explicit. Shocking. Romance, directed by Catherine Breillat, is all this and more. And now one of the most provocative films of modern cinema is coming to UK Blu-ray for the first time in a newly restored version, courtesy of Second Sight.

A teacher, Marie (Caroline Ducey) is happy living with her boyfriend, but their relationship lacks intimacy and, desperate for physical affection, she sets off to find it elsewhere, in a series of ever-more extreme encounters with strangers...

The film, originally released in 1999, drew as many shocked gasps from critics as it did plaudits when it first opened. It also troubled censors in the UK and around the world as it blurred the lines between art and pornography with its searingly honest depiction of a woman embarking on a series of increasingly explicit sexual experiences.



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