Your weekly look at what’s new on Blu-ray & DVD. Monsters comes in all shapes and sizes this week, with the larger than life ‘Kong: Skull Island’ facing off against Jordan Peele’s acclaimed modern horror ‘Get Out’. Charlie Hunnam goes in search of ‘The Lost City of Z’, and Finland’s Aki Kaurismaki returns with another super slick drama-comedy, ‘The Other Side of Hope’.
Your weekly look at what’s new on Blu-ray & DVD. Emma Watson stars as Belle in the live-action re-telling of the Disney studio’s animated classic, Beauty and the Beast. Cynthia Nixon stars as the legendary poet Emily Dickinson in A Quiet Passion. Set against the devastating floods, Catto (Ellie Kendrick) must return home to Somerset in The Levelling. Kristen Stewart stars as a high-fashion personal shopper in the ethereal and mysterious ghost story, Personal Shopper.
Your weekly look at what’s new on Blu-ray & DVD. Hugh Jackman bares his claws one last time in ‘Logan’, which many critics have called the best wolverine picture yet. Paul Verhoeven directs Isabelle Huppert in the gripping psychological noir thriller ‘Elle’, and ‘The Age of Shadows’ is a classic action thriller from Japan. Acclaimed French director Francois Ozon’s ‘Frantz’ is a poetic re-imagining of the story behind Ernst Lubitsch’s undersung 1932 drama Broken Lullaby, and Pablo Larrain’s ‘Neruda’ tells of the escape, the investigation and the literary legend of a man once hailed as ‘the greatest poet of the 20th century’.
Gore Verbinski gives us ‘A Cure For Wellness’ in the remote Swiss alps in a chilling thriller starring Dane DeHaan; we meet the three African-American women who helped the US win the space race in the Oscar-nominated ‘Hidden Figures’, Michael Fassbender & Brendan Gleeson go head-to-head in the tense crime drama ‘Trespass Against Us’, plus there’s the hilarious screen adaptation of Stephen Fry’s novel ‘The Hippopotamus’.
Your new weekly look at what’s arriving on Blu-ray & DVD. Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson return as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in ‘Fifty Shades Darker’; Mark Wahlberg stars in ‘Patriots Day’, the powerful story of how the city of Boston came together following devastating events, and 20th Century Women sees Annette Bening head a strong female cast, coming together to help teach a teenage boy about life and love. There’s also a 25th Anniversary re-release for Julie Dash’s acclaimed ‘Daughters of the Dust’, an avowed influence on Beyoncé’s album Lemonade, the film broke new ground in its representation of black women on screen.
Your new weekly look at what’s arriving on Blu-ray & DVD. ‘The Lego Batman Movie’, which sees The Caped Crusader return to save Gotham City from the Joker, and ‘Moonlight’, the beautiful coming-of-age tale that quite literally snatched the Best Picture Oscar from ‘La La Land’, are the week’s big releases, plus Fellini’s restored masterpiece ‘La Strada’ and the slow-burn Japanese thriller ‘Harmonium.’