After a busy beginning of January, we are back with some DVD releases. A lot of TV shows are coming to DVD this week, such as Ballers, Crashing, Kidding, and Doctor Who. Because most of these are on premium channels, it is the perfect time to catch up on the shows you missed.
Also Disney is putting out The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which was a massive flop at the box office. We will have to see if it flops with DVD sales as well.
Halloween is finally out for home viewings. If you are confused how this story fits in the series, luckily for you, you only need to watch the original first two to understand. But if you are in a binge mood, have fun with all the alternative universes.
Bigger was a highly reviewed movie that showed the rise of body building and the Mr. Olympia competition. While it may not peak interest from most, it tells an important piece of history.
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Mondays mean new DVD releases. This week we have some horror with Hell Fest, Castle Rock and The Purge. Castle Rock is a horror/suspense show that brings together elements from Stephen King’s universe and weaves them into something new. It originally streamed on Hulu and people compared it to Sharp Objects. It has gotten good reviews from critics, whereas fans said it doesn’t feel like Stephen King enough. Check it out today for your own opinion.
You can see the full list of releases below, courtesy of DVDsReleaseDates:
Welcome back from the holiday break and into 2019. With the new year upon us, not too many movies are coming out this week. But as the saying goes, it’s better to have quality than quantity, and this week has some good titles. With a star filled movie, Bad Times at the El Royale is a good movie to see some big names try roles they typically don’t get.
Below are the 4 titles that you can now own:
A pretty mediocre week of films and shows coming out on DVD and Blu-ray this week. The third season of The Last Kingdom is finally here and critics are loving it. If you’re looking for a holiday binge, this might be a show worth looking into. Movie-wise, Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is sitting pretty high on the rating list. It looks like a film that children will enjoy as well.
Here are the movies and shows coming to the small screen this week:
December is on us already and closing up 2018. Westworld and The Handmaid’s Tale both have their second seasons available to those without the respective channel/streaming service. It is also a week to check out movies that didn’t get that high of reviews such as The Nun or The Happytime Murders. See the full list below:
Welcome back from the Thanksgiving 2018 break. Not too many releases this week due to the holidays. The must watch this week is Searching. It is the story of a father looking for his lost daughter and told entirely through computer/phone screens, similar to the “Unfriended” franchise. See the full small list below:
With the holiday season starting next week, here are some of the new movie releases you can pick up this week. The big release this week is Narcos: Season 3. Even though you can find it on Netflix, you can still share it with your non-Netflix friends.
Thanks to our friends at DVDReleaseDates, here are the releases you can expect. Slender Man was a cult hit that inspired stories and video games about this urban myth. The movie however was a massive flop. At least now you can view it without paying as much and see for yourself.
Thanks to our friends at DVDReleaseDates.com, here are this week’s new movie releases for DVD and Blu-Ray. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is the hit sequel that the fans asked for. Now you can run it on loop at home and sing your heart out.