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New DVD Releases 2020: All The Latest Movies And TV Shows

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2020 is only a third of the way over, and yet the Blu-ray and Digital release calendar has already been a hub of activity. With movie theaters closed we've seen movies hitting digital storefronts faster than ever before, and we now have word from at least one studio that this will become the new normal. As theaters have continued to remain closed, the last films that did see a theatrical release in 2020 have continued to trickle out on physical media. Although, with most of them getting released in May, there won't be much left to release after this month is over.

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We’re heading into 2020, but the New Year still has 2019 on the brain, at least in terms of DVD, Blu-ray and Digital releases. For the next few months, we’ll be seeing some big 2019 content coming out on these platforms, both of the big budget and indie variety.

In fact, the first week of January in 2020 is a huge one for DVD and Blu-ray releases. Todd Phillips’ behemoth hit Joker is hitting those platforms for the first time after hitting Digital just in time for the holidays. It also comes with the “miserable to make” flickThe Lighthouse, which is hitting homes just as we head into awards season. (And also was one of our favorite horror movies in 2019.)

HBO’s Big Little Lies Season 2 is also getting a big release at the beginning of January 2020, so it won’t be a light kickoff to the month at all. Diving in deeper, we have family favorites like Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, The Addams Family and more hitting homes. We also have critical favorites like Parasite and some big budget releases like Terminator: Dark Fate coming, as well.

It’s not a bad way to kick off the year, particularly given January is usually a little light on new theatrical releases. So, you and your family can cozy up with some hot chocolate (maybe that only happens in Hallmark movies?) and pick and choose from some excellent releases.

As usual, Digital releases are the same day as the DVD and Blu-ray releases, unless otherwise noted. Take a look at what’s coming up, below.

Tuesday, January 7 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases


The Lighthouse

Big Little Lies: The Complete Second Season

A Million Little Pieces

Girl on the Third Floor

The Shed


Crown Vic

Bulletproof 2


Mine 9

Paradise Hills

Tuesday, January 14 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

Gemini Man

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil


Krypton: The Complete Second & Final Season

Running with the Devil

The Big Trip

Veep: The Final Season

Beyond the Law

Code 8

The Death and Life of John F. Donovan

Line of Duty

Macgyver: Season 3

Turkey Bowl

YOU: The Complete First Season

Mister America

Beverly Hills Cop: 3 Movie Collection

Early Digital Releases

Terminator: Dark Fate


Motherless Brooklyn


Tuesday, January 21 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

The Addams Family

Zombieland: Double Tap

Jay And Silent Bob Reboot


Black and Blue

I See You

Pain and Glory

The Knight of Shadows

The Courier

Early Digital Releases

Playing with Fire

Tuesday, January 28 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

Terminator: Dark Fate


Motherless Brooklyn

My Life Is Murder

Roswell, New Mexico: The Complete First Season


Ballers: The Complete Fifth Season

Early Digital Releases

Ford v. Ferrari

We’re just getting the year started, so stay tuned and keep an eye out for the other home entertainment releases coming in 2020!


The first month of 2020 brought with it some of 2019’s biggest movies on DVD and Blu-ray. The second month will be no different. Some of the big movies that closed out last year will finally be making their way to our homes so we can enjoy them as frequently as we like.

The end of every year is always so full of potentially great movies looking for awards consideration that it’s close to impossible to see everything, so now we can all catch the great films we missed at a leisurely pace.

The beginning of the month sees the release of Doctor Sleep, a film most critics loved but most clearly didn’t see, so perhaps this will be the movie’s change to find an audience. We’ll also see the release of awards darlings like Jojo Rabbit, and Knives Out, as well as big blockbusters like Frozen II.

As usual, Digital releases are the same day as the DVD and Blu-ray releases, unless otherwise noted. Take a look at what’s coming up, below.

Week Of Tuesday, February 4 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

Playing With Fire

Last Christmas

Doctor Sleep

The Good Liar

Arctic Dogs


The House That Jack Built

Dragonheart: Vengeance

Grand Isle

Keeping Faith: Series 2

Mon Mon Mon Monsters!


The Nightengale

Trauma Center

Early Digital Releases

Jojo Rabbit


A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

21 Bridges

Knives Out (February 7)

Week Of Tuesday, February 11 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

Ford v Ferrari

After She Wakes

Greener Grass

Hell on the Border

In Fabric

Line of Descent

Preacher - The Final Season


Swamp Thing: The Complete Series

Shutter Island: 10th Anniversary Steel Book

First Love

Early Digital Releases

Frozen II

Week Of Tuesday, February 18 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


21 Bridges

Jojo Rabbit


Disturbing the Peace

The Twilight Zone: Season One

Scandalous: The Untold Story of The National Enquirer

Warriors of the Nation

The Good Karma Hospital

The Dawn

Early Digital Releases

Charlie’s Angels

Dark Waters

Queen & Slim

Week Of Tuesday, February 25 DVD, Digital And Blu-ray Releases

Frozen II

Knives Out

Color Out of Space

Norm of the North: Family Vacation

The Corrupted

The Climbers

The Hunt For the Red October (30th Anniversary Edition)

Early Digital Releases

Uncut Gems



The third month of 2020 will take care of nearly every remaining film released in 2019 that had not yet seen a home release. This means a great combination of both awards caliber films and crowd favorite holiday releases are on the way, as well as a few films that may have been looking for awards season recognition but found themselves overlooked.

March opens with a pair of those movies as both Queen & Slim and Dark Waters, which reviewed well but didn’t make many year-end short lists, hit Blu-ray. Perhaps they’ll find their audience at home. We will, however, see the digital release for Jumanji: The Next Level, which is impressive considering the film is still in some theaters.

A few big Oscar movies will be hitting throughout the month of March, including, Bombshell and 1917. But the major release for March, of course, will be Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which will see a Digital release in the middle of the month with the physical release coming on the last day of March.

Check out the full list of March releases below. Everything comes out on Tuesday of the listed week unless noted otherwise.

Week Of Tuesday, March 3 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Queen & Slim|

Dark Waters

Playmobil: The Movie

2 Graves In The Desert


I Am Fear

The Furies

The Sonata

Titans: The Complete Second Season

No Offence: Complete Collection


Early Digital Releases

Jumanji: The Next Level

Richard Jewell

Black Christmas

A Hidden Life

The Jesus Rolls (March 6)

Week Of Tuesday, March 10 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Spies in Disguise

Uncut Gems


Charlie’s Angels

Chesapeake Shores: Season 4

Inherit The Viper

John Henry

The Affair: The Final Season

A Quiet Place (Mondo Steelbook)

The Ten Commandments (Special Two-Film Collector's Edition)

The Witch: Subversion

Little Joe

Early Digital Releases


Little Women

Spies In Disguise

The Grudge

Week Of Tuesday, March 17 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Jumanji: The Next Level

Richard Jewell

Black Christmas


Crashing: S3

Superman: Red Son

The Dustwalker

Early Digital Releases

Cats (March 16)

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Just Mercy

The Invisible Man (March 20) (Rental Only)

Emma (March 20) (Rental Only)

The Hunt (March 20) (Rental Only)

Week Of Tuesday, March 24 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases


The Grudge

The Song of Names


Treadstone: Season One

Early Digital Releases

Clemency (March 23)

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 10 ( March 23)



The Way Back

I Still Believe (March 27)

Birds of Prey

Call of the Wild (March 27)

Downhill (March 27)

Week Of Tuesday, March 31 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker

The Current War: Director's Cut

Mr. Robot: Season 4

The Purge: Season Two



Standing Up, Falling Down

Early Digital Releases

Sonic the Hedgehog

Bad Boys For Life

Impractical Jokers: The Movie (April 1)


What a difference a month makes. At the end of February, as we were looking forward to what March had to offer on the home entertainment front, everything looked like business as usual. And now, it's anything but. The calendar got reshuffled multiple times over the course of the month, as several releases, mostly digital, were released early to take advantage of the fact that large swaths of the nation are being asked to shelter in place. Even films that were in theaters a month ago are on that list.

While Hollywood is largely at a standstill theatrically, there are still, for the moment, a few months worth of films from the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2019 still waiting for their digital and/or physical home release. This includes Oscar nominees from last year, like Little Women, and what is, largely due to the fact that theaters are closed for business, still the highest grossing movie of the year, Bad Boys for Life.

With so many movies having released digitally already, the pickings for April are now a bit slim, but, early in the month will see the unprecedented release of Trolls World Tour, a film that was originally scheduled for a theatrical run, and rather than simply delaying that release with theaters closed, as other films have done, the movie will debut on Digital platforms April 10.

Here's everything else April has to offer.

Week Of Tuesday, April 7 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Little Women



Escape From Pretoria

Madam Secretary: The Final Season


The Cold Blue

The Night Clerk


Early Digital Releases

The Turning

Ip Man 4: The Finale

Like a Boss

Gretal and Hansel

The Last Full Measure

Citizen K

Paris Wine And Romance

Trolls World Tour (April 10) (Rental Only)

Week Of Tuesday, April 14 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases


Just Mercy

Criminal Minds: The Final Season

Final Kill

The Righteous Gemstones: Season 1

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge

The Cat and the Moon


Inside the Rain (Available April 15)

Early Digital Release

The Rhythm Section

The Gentlemen

Week Of Tuesday, April 21 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Bad Boys For Life

The Gentlemen

Like a Boss

The Turning

Ip Man 4: The Finale

The Last Full Measure

Looking For Alaska


Fatal Attraction

King Creole

To Catch a Thief

Week Of Tuesday, April 28 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Rhythm Section

The Assistant

Guns Akimbo

Arrow: The Eighth and Final Season

Just One of the Guys (35th Anniversary)

Early Digital Releases

The Photograph


May is here, and with it comes, basically, the last batch of Blu-ray releases of any movies that have yet seen a theatrical release. March saw the release of movies like Pixar's Onward, Vin Diesel's Bloodshot and the well regarded horror movie The Invisible Man and while, at this point, basically everything has seen its digital release, already, for those people who want to own the physical discs, you'll now have your chance. Assuming you're cool with ordering them online, of course.

Other Blu-rays hitting the street in May include the popular Sonic the Hedgehog movie as well as the far less popular Fantasy Island movie. But at this point, can you really argue? You've seen all the good movie by now, only the bad ones are left. Here's the rundown of everything hitting Blu-ray in may 2020.

Week Of Tuesday, May 5 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Gretel & Hansel


I Still Believe

The Lodge


Ordinary Love

Tigers Are Not Afraid


Lancaster Skies

Ray Donovan: The Seventh Season

The Jesus Rolls

Early Digital Release


Justice League Dark: Apokolips War

Week Of Tuesday, May 12 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Birds of Prey

Fantasy Island

The Photograph

Lost Transmissions

Lucifier: The Complete Fourth Season

Narcos: Mexico


Shameless: Season 10

Stray Dolls

The Traitor


All for Nikki

The Voices

The Queen's Corgi

Early Digital Release

The Invisible Man


Week Of Tuesday, May 19 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Sonic the Hedgehog


The Way Back

Brahms: The Boy II



Behind You


Call the Midwife: Season Nine

Creepshow Season 1

Fear The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War

Last Moment of Clarity

The Good Place: The Final Season

The Postcard Killings

International Falls

Penance Lane

Zombies 2

Week Of Tuesday, May 26 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Invisible Man

Adventures Of Rufus: The Fantastic Pet

Endings, Beginnings

Once Were Brothers: Robby Robertson and the Band

Debt Collectors (May 29)


Queen of the South: The Complete Fourth Season

Silicon Valley: The Complete Sixth Season

The Deuce: The Complete Third Season


With June we reach the mid point of the year, but we're reaching the bottom of the barrel when it comes to Blu-ray and DVD releases in a lot of ways. While there are still a few items of note if you're a fan of certain TV shows, there's very little left when it comes to theatrical releases. With so many theatrical releases being rushed onto Digital and physical formats much faster than usual due to theater closures, almost everything is already out, leaving just the direct-to-video items, though there one can frequently find a diamond in the rough there from time to time.

If you are looking to pick up some of the last films to see theatrical releases, you're choices are basically Blumhouse's The Hunt, or Portrait of a Lady on Fire. The former was a somewhat controversial film that saw its release date delayed into the worst possible timing. The latter is a French film from 2019, but it didn't see a wide North American theatrical release until 2020. Beyond that, you can pick up HBO's Wachmen limited series as well as the most recent season of Doctor Who.

If, however, you're not so much looking for new films to own as you want to pick up some of your favorite older films in bright, shiny modern formats, there are a few different options there. The John Hughes classic Pretty in Pink is hitting Blu-ray for the first time in June. You can also pick up a new 4K edition of Jaws celebrating the film's 45th anniversary. And if you really love seeing classic movies in new ways, there's the Columbia Classics Collection, which includes a wide range of films from the history of the studio, starting with Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and going to Jerry Maguire. All of the films are hitting 4K UHD, and if this is the only way to see Lawrence of Arabia in glorious 4K, it might be worth it to get the whole set.

Week Of Tuesday, June 2 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Jaws (45th Anniversary Limited edition)




Creepshow: Season 1

Debt Collectors

Extra Ordinary

Harley Quinn: The Complete First Season

Robert the Bruce

Rogue Warfare: The Hunt

Watchman: An HBO Limited Series

Witches in the Woods

Week Of Tuesday, June 9 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Hunt

Doctor Who: The Complete Twelfth Season


Power: Season 6

Think Like a Dog

We Summon the Darkness

Modern Family: The Complete Eleventh Season

Week Of Tuesday, June 16 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Impractical Jokers: The Movie

Pretty in Pink

2 Minutes of Fame

A Soldier's Revenge

Bad Therapy

Kill Mode

LEGO DC Shazam: Magic and Monsters

Project Blue Book Season 2

Saint Francis

Sniper: Assassin's End

The Etruscan Smile

The Marshes

The Quarry

Colombia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection

  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
  • Lawrence of Arabia
  • Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb
  • Gandhi
  • A League Of Their Own
  • Jerry Maguire

Week Of Tuesday, June 23 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Corpus Christi


Pennyworth: The Complete First Season

South Park: The Complete Twenty-Third Season

The Legion


Phoenix, Oregon

Early Digital Release

Trolls World Tour


It's July, which means summer is in full swing. Normally, that means beating the heat by hiding out in an air-conditioned movie theater checking out this year's biggest blockbusters, but that's certainly not happening any time soon. Failing that, you could catch up on the movies you missed earlier this year on Blu-ray, but...that's not really an option either. The last theatrically released movies before everything shut down were released in June, and while the flow of digital and Blu-ray films haven't stopped entirely, the calendar looks quite different.

There are a few movies hitting Blu-ray in July, but all we have are those few films that were originally going to be theatrical releases, which instead made the decision to release on digital platforms. The first week of July we'll see Trolls World Tour hit Blu-ray, so if you're not one of the people who grabbed the digital rental early, you can now own the movie for around the same price that rental once cost.

In addition, in mid-July we'll see Scoob! hit Blu-ray. Of course, if you're a subscriber to HBO Max, you already have access to it. If family movies aren't your thing, July 14 will also see the release of Josh Trank's Capone.

Beyond that, there's a fair amount of TV hitting physical media, which at least has the benefit of giving you several hours of content, so if you need to complete your collection of NCIS, Orange is the New Black, or Hawaii Five-0, you'll be able to do that.

Week Of Tuesday, July 7 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Trolls World Tour


Blood and Money

Hope Gap


Sorry We Missed You

Sweetness in the Belly

The Lost Husband

The Wild Goose Lake

Mighty Oak

Inmate #1

Slay the Dragon

Early Digital Release

The High Note

Week Of Tuesday, July 14 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Body Cam

Castle in the Ground

Enter the Fat Dragon

The Magicians: Season 5

The Swing of Things


Week Of Tuesday, July 21 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases


Castle Rock: The Complete Second Season

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 10



Marriage Story


Airplane! (40th Anniversary)

Survive the Night

The Room

Samurai Marathon

Week Of Tuesday, July 28 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

End of Sentence

Fisherman's Friends

Hawaii Five-O: The Final Season

Legacy of Lies

NCIS: The Seventeenth Season

Orange is the New Black: Season 7

The Other Lamb

The Outsider: The First Season

Early Digital Release

Sometimes Always Never


If this keeps going much longer one really wonders if there will even be new DVDs to write about by the end of the year. While there are always movies that are planned to go direct to digital platforms and Blu-ray, eventually those movies, just like feature film releases and new television, will stop being produced. We haven't seen a new movie in theaters since March and so there's nothing left to come out from that channel. At the same time, there was a feeling that theaters might be opening up soon, and so it seems that most movies that might have gone that route have decided to hold off on the "premium VOD" plan.

As was the case in July, a lot of what's coming to DVD in August is made up of the TV shows that wrapped up their most recent seasons in the spring coming to physical media for those that still collect every season of their favorite show. There's NCIS: Los Angeles and New Orleans as well as new seasons of The Good Doctor and Blue Bloods and The Blacklist. When it comes to movies, we are seeing home video releases for those couple of films that, in a parallel reality, could have been theatrical films, like The High Note and The King of Staten Island. Here's the full list of what's coming home in August.

Week of Tuesday, August 4 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Dead Ringer

Dispatches From Elsewhere, Season 1

His Dark Materials: First Season

NCIS: Los Angeles: The Eleventh Season

The Good Doctor - Season 3


The Resistance Fighter

The Soul Collector

Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan - Season Two

House of Hummingbird

Early Digital Release

Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons

Week of Tuesday, August 11 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases


Are You Afraid of the Dark?


Gold Digger, Season 1

How to Build a Girl

I am Vengence: Retaliation

Max Reload and the Nether Blasters

NCIS: New Orleans: The Sixth Season

The Blacklist - Season 7

The High Note

The Wretched

Valley of the Gods

Michael (Warner Archive Collection)

Week of Tuesday, August 18 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Batwoman: The Complete First Season

Blue Bloods: The Tenth Season

Cursed Films

Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons


Military Wives

Open 24 Hours


S.W.A.T - Season 3

Sometimes Always Never

The Terror: Infamy: The Complete Second Season

Clara's Heart (Warner Archive Collection)

Week of Tuesday, August 25 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Burnt Orange Heresy

Chicago Fire: Season Eight

Chicago Med: Season Five

Deep Blue Sea 3


One Night in Bangkok

SEAL Team: Season Three

The Flash: The Complete Sixth Season

The King of Staten Island

The Trip To Greece

Yes, God, Yes

Pat and Mike (Warner Archive Collection)


It's September and, while movie theaters are still closed in many major markets, theaters are opening back up in some places, and some of the major film releases that have been delayed for months are finally set to come out. That's ultimately good news on the DVD and Blu-ray front because it means that films like Tenet and Mulan will be coming to home media sometime down the road. This is good, because it really feels like there's not a lot left to be released when it comes to brand new DVDs.

That's not to say that there's absolutely nothing coming out on DVD in September. TV fans will continue to have their hands full with box sets of new seasons of everything from Bull to Young Sheldon to Supergirl. We'll also see a few recent movies, like First Cow, which was one of the many films that saw its theatrical release squashed by the pandemic, and the well-received HBO movie Bad Education. If there's a highlight to the September release schedule, however, it may be the underseen horror movie Blood Quantum, which is worth checking out.

If you're looking for some classic movies to revisit. September sees new Blu-ray and UHD releases of everything from Full Metal Jacket to Roman Holiday. It's also the 20th anniversary of Battlefield Earth, so do with that what you will.

Week of Tuesday, September 1 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Blood Quantum

Cut Off


Magnum P.I.: Season Two


Young Sheldon: The Complete Third Season


Early Digital Release

Robin's Wish

Week of Tuesday, September 8 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Big Ugly

First Cow

A Nice Girl Like You

Bad Education

Bull: Season Four

Chicago P.D.: Season Seven

Mighty Oak

Mr. Mercedes: Season 03

Prodigal Son: The Complete First Season


Supergirl: The Complete Fifth Season

Superman: Man of Tomorrow

True History of the Kelly Gang

Vitalina Varela

Waiting For the Barbarians

Ghost in the Shell (25th Anniversary 4K)

Week of Tuesday, September 15 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Weathering With You

No Safe Spaces


Killing Eve, Season 3

Outlander - Season 05

Succession: The Second Season

Outpost: Season 2


Battlefield Earth (20th Anniversary Edition)

Roman Holiday (Blu-ray Debut)


Little Monsters

21 Jump Street (4K UHD)

22 Jump Street (4K UHD)

Week of Tuesday, September 22 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases




DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Fifth Season

Rick & Morty: Season 4

Sanctuary, Season 1

The Good Fight: Season Four

Full Metal Jacket (4K UHD)

Whiplash (4K UHD)

Week of Tuesday, September 29 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Penny Dreadful: City of Angels Season One

DC"s Stargirl: Complete First Season

Welcome to Sudden Death


With October the year begins to draw to a close, which is usually a hot time for home entertainment releases because this would be the point where we would start to see the big summer theatrical films brought home. Of course, in 2020 that's a tad difficult as there were no big summer movies. The entire summer movie season was effectively canceled going to hit extra hard now as it means the secondary revenue stream of home entertainment releases is also missing in action.

Of course, that doesn't mean there's nothing at all on the horizon. In fact, there's quite a bit coming out, at least if you're a fan of television. There are some solid series getting dropped in the first part of October, including the first season of the CBS All Access show Picard. as well as the first volume of Season 6 of Vikings.

And there are even a few movies coming out as films that would have seen theatrical release but instead went to VOD, like David Ayer's The Tax Collector with Shia Lebeouf and The Secret Garden starring Colin Firth. We'll also bsee the Blu-ray release of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie which is great for the 10 people who don't have Netflix.

Week of Tuesday, October 6 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Tax Collector

American Pie Presents: Girls Rule

Eli Roth's History of Horror, Season 1

Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo

Nancy Drew: Season 1

Save Yourselves!

Star Trek: Picard - Season 1

Tales From the Hood 3

The 2nd

The Last Kingdom: Season 4

The Pale Door

The Secret Garden

Valley Girl


To Your Last Death

Early Digital Release

Ben 10 vs. the Universe (October 11)

Week of Tuesday, October 13 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases


Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite!

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

The Good Witch: Season 6

The American West, Season 1


Vikings Season 6: Vol. 1

Batman: Death in the Family

District 9 (4K/UHD)

Requiem For A Dream: Director's Cut (4k/UHD)

Week of Tuesday, October 20 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Cut Throat City

The Secrets We Keep

No Escape



NOS4A2, Season 2

Quiz, Season 1

Scare Package

The Great: Season 1

The Owners

The Vanished

Tremors: Shrieker Island

Early Digital Release

Bill & Ted Face the Music

Week of Tuesday, October 27 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

Attack of the Unknown

Black Lightning: The Complete Third Season


Rambo: The Complete Steelbook Collection (4K/UHD)

Ben 10 vs. the Universe


With the end of the year fast approaching, and the fact that we've now officially spent most of 2020 with theaters largely closed and every major theatrical release pushed off for some nebulous 2021 date, Wonder Woman 1984 notwithstanding, it's perhaps more than a little shocking that, somehow, November actually has a few more movies of note hitting DVD and Blu-ray than we've seen in months. This is largely due to the fact that in the last couple months we've seen more studios simply give up on waiting and release movies through whatever means were available.

This means more movies have been dropped as Premium VOD offerings or handed off to streaming services. But if you weren't willing to drop $20 for what was essentially a digital rental, or simply didn't right subscribe to the right service to get access to the movie you want to see. You know have more options. Movies like Bill and Ted Face the Music, Antebellum, and even The New Mutants will be making their home debut in November. If you didn't actually know these movies never really got the wide release they were expecting, you might think things were actually getting back to normal. Here's what's hitting physical and digital media in November 2020.

Week of Tuesday, November 3 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases



Hard Kill


The Crown - Season 03

Kick-Ass (4K UHD)

V For Vendetta (4K UHD)

Early Digital Release

Possessor Uncut

Week of Tuesday, November 10 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Bill and Ted Face the Music

A Day in New York

Dark Figures

Guest House

I Met a Girl


Schitt's Creek Complete Collection


Upside-Down Magic

Early Digital Release


Week of Tuesday, November 17 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The New Mutants


The Broken Hearts Gallery

Words on Bathroom Walls




Death of Me

Iron Mask


Pokemon the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back - Evolution

The Devil Has a Name

Westworld S3: The New World

The Resident Evil Collection (4K UHD)

Mission: Impossible - The Original Series (Blu-ray)

Week of Tuesday, November 24 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

After We Colided



Better Call Saul - Season 5

The Irishman


And so we come to the end of another year, and one unlike any other when it comes to DVD and Blu-ray releases, While 2020 was, in some ways, a huge year for watching movies at home, because of the lack of theatrical releases that lasted for most of the year, we simply did not see the same big releases that we have in previous years. That's not to say there was nothing worth picking up, and even December has one very high profile release that's going to be potentially big for a lot of people, Christopher Nolan's Tenet.

Because Tenet actually did release in theaters, the biggest movie of 2020 to do so after theaters initially closed, a lot of people who otherwise would have likely gone to see the film in theaters did not do so. Maybe theaters still weren't open near them, or perhaps they still weren't ready to venture out into theaters in early September when Tenet arrived, but for anybody who wanted to see the time-bending feature from Christopher Nolan, they'll finally have the chance to do so from the comfort of home in December. Here's everything hitting DVD, Blu-ray and Digital this month.

Week of Tuesday, December 1 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The Rental

Made in Italy

Blindspot: The Complete Fifth Season

The Neighborhood: Season 2

Blade (4K UHD)

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (4K UHD)

The Hobbit Trilogy (4K UHD)

Top Gun (4K UHD)

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (4K UHD)

Chernobyl (4K UHD)

Perry Mason: The Complete First Season

Popeye (Blu-ray debut)

Week of Tuesday, December 8 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone

Possessor Uncut

She Dies Tomorrow

Faith Under Fire


Smiley Face Killers

Yellowstone: Season Three

Collateral (4K UHD)

Hawaii 5-0: The Complete Series

Early Digital Release

Honest Thief

Week of Tuesday, December 15 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases




The Call

The Dark and the Wicked

Avenue 5: The Complete First Season


Chick Fight

Echo Boomers

The Beach House

The Expanse: Season Four

The Opening Act

The Reason

The Wolf of Snow Hollow

Week of Tuesday, December 22 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

The War with Grandpa


Jiu Jitsu

The Craft: Legacy

The Place of No Words

Shortcut (December 25)

Early Digital Release

Yellow Rose

Week of Tuesday, December 29 DVD, Digital, and Blu-ray Releases

Honest Thief

The Last Shift


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DVD and Blu-ray release dates confirmed: up to February 2022

A glimpse at upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release dates until February 2022 – here’s what’s arriving and when.

Here, then, are a few of the upcoming dates for new movies on DVD and Blu-ray that may not yet have been officially announced. Note that all dates are for the UK.

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Obviously in the current climate everything is subject to change, of course…

Just released

18th October: Blinded: Those Who Kill
18th October: The Haunting Of Bly Manor
18th October: Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (single disc)
18th October: The Stand: A Limited Series
18th October: Blue Bloods season 11
18th October: Darkness: Those Who Kill
18th October: Gray Lady Down
18th October: Midway
18th October: Yokai Monsters Collection
18th October: La Dolce Vita (Criterion)
18th October: Casino Royale (not the Daniel Craig one!)
18th October: Leonardo season 1
18th October: Halloween Party
18th October: The Purge 1-5 set
18th October: Stephen
18th October: 9 Souls
18th October: Hellfighters
18th October: The North Water
18th October: MacArthur
18th October: Pornostar (not like that, we’re not that kind of site)
18th October: The Crimson Kimono
18th October: Samuel Fuller: Storyteller Volume One
18th October: Samuel Fuller: Storyteller Volume Two
18th October: Dogtanian & The Three Muskehounds
18th October: The Sabata Trilogy
18th October: Injustice
18th October: The Singing Ringing Tree
18th October: Ingmar Bergman Vol 2 (BFI)
18th October: Underworld USA
18th October: Roadgames
18th October: Dragons Forever (Steelbook)
18th October: Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions
18th October: Stephen
18th October: Riders Of Justice
18th October: Toshiaki Toyoda: 2005-2021
18th October: The Croods 2
18th October: Snapshot
18th October: The Sparks Brothers
18th October: Laputa – Castle In The Sky
18th October: My Neighbor Totoro

Coming Soon


19th October: House Of Ghosts
22nd October: The Royal Opera Collection
22nd October: Nothing But The Truth
25th October: Transformers: The Movie
25th October: The Fog
25th October: Falbalas
25th October: The Damned (Criterion)
25th October: Early Universal Vol 2 (Masters Of Cinema)
25th October: Short Sharp Shocks Vol 2
25th October: Giallo Essentials (Red Edition)
25th October: Love & Basketball (Criterion)
25th October: Paranormal Prison
25th October: Hatchet For The Honeymoon deluxe collectors’ edition
25th October: Legendary Weapons Of China
25th October: Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (BFI)
25th October: Love Spells & All That
25th October: The Flag Of Iron
25th October: Demonic
25th October: Space Jam: A New Legacy
25th October: Jack Irish Movie Collection
25th October: Moving On series 12
25th October: Limbo
25th October: Spirit Untamed
25th October: Samuel Fuller Storyteller Volume 1
25th October: Samuel Fuller Storyteller Volume 2
25th October: Underworld USA
25th October: The Crimson Kimono
29th October: The Royal Opera Collection (looks v posh)
25th October: Old


1st November: The Crown season 4
1st November: Fantastic Mr Fox (Criterion)
1st November: Disappearance At Lake Elrod
1st November: Mortimer & Whitehouse Gone Fishing series 4
1st November: Coven
1st November: George Best: Football Genius
1st November: Santa Fake
1st November: The Flood
1st November: Paw Patrol – The Movie
1st November: The Courier (Benedict Cumberbatch)
1st November: Belleville Rendez-Vous
1st November: Wildland
1st November: Planetes
1st November: Albert R N
1st November: Guess Who’s Coming To Christmas Dinner
1st November: The Shield seasons 1-7
1st November: Le Mans 2001
1st November: My Bloody Valentine
1st November: Santa Stole Our Dog
1st November: Lore
8th November: Out Of The Blue (BFI)
8th November: Mary Of Nazareth
8th November: All Or Nothing (Mike Leigh)
8th November: Pandora & The Flying Dutchman
8th November: I Am Jackie O
8th November: The One (Steelbook)
8th November: Honest Thief
8th November: The Last Bus
8th November: Rose Plays Julie
8th November: The Collini Case
8th November: The Watch (BBC)
8th November: The Last Letter From Your Lover
8th November: Vera Drake
8th November: Emily In Paris season 1
8th November: On The Rocks
8th November: I Am Jackie O
8th November: Pandora & The Flying Dutchman
8th November: The Christmas Sitters
8th November: All Or Nothing
8th November: Clink series 1
8th November: Mrs Brown’s Boys: Festive Fancies
8th November: Mrs Brown’s Boys Very Merry Christmas bundle
8th November: The Outsiders restoration
8th November: The Spongebob Movie: Sponge On The Run
8th November: The Suicide Squad
8th November: Just A Gigolo
8th November: Blurred Lines
11th November: I Am Burt Reynolds
15th November: Mimi & The Mountain Dragon
15th November: CINEMATIC VENGEANCE! 8 Kung Fu Classics From Director Joseph Kuo (Eureka Classics)
15th November: WWE The Rock – The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment
15th November: Zombie High
15th November: Off The Rails
15th November: Tehran
15th November: Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes
15th November: Star Trek Discovery season 3
15th November: The Skull Man Collection
15th November: The complete Sex & The City
15th November: Casino Royale (the old one!)
15th November: Planes, Trains & Automobiles Steelbook
15th November: Don’t Breathe 2
15th November: Pups Alone
15th November: Dementia 13
15th November: GI Joe triple pack
15th November: Cyborg
15th November: Richard III
15th November: Sailor Suit & Machine Gun
15th November: Parks & Recreation: the complete series
15th November: Dettori
15th November: Doctor Who: Galaxy 4
15th November: Apex Predator (Bruce Willis)
15th November: Prisoners Of The Ghostland
22nd November: Shiva Baby
22nd November: Full Alert (Eureka Classics)
22nd November: Mae West in Hollywood boxset
22nd November: Monkey Kung Fu
22nd November: The Thief, His Wife & The Canoe
22nd November: Good Guys Wear Black
22nd November: Mike Leigh’s Naked (BFI)
22nd November: The Outpost season 4
22nd November: The Great Silence (Masters Of Cinema)
22nd November: People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan
22nd November: Bring It On 4-film boxset (oddly, not including Bring It On)
22nd November: Phantom Of The Mall: Eric’s Revenge
22nd November: Mike Leigh’s Bleak Moments (BFI)
22nd November: The Thin Red Line (Criterion)
22nd November: All Creatures Great & Small series 1 and 2
22nd November: Devi (Criterion)
22nd November: People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan
22nd November: Jay’s Yorkshire Workshop
22nd November: Reminiscence
22nd November: The Larkins
22nd November: Close To Me
22nd November: Arsene Wenger: Invincible
22nd November: Hyouka: The Complete Series
22nd November: Swallow
22nd November: Middle Earth collection
29th November: A Free Hand For A Tough Cop
29th November: Les Enfants Terrible (BFI)
29th November: The Sacrifice
29th November: Candyman
29th November: WWE 1996: Prelude To Attitude
29th November: Star Trek Lower Decks season 1
29th November: Brave New World
29th November: Mill Of The Stone Women Limited Edition
29th November: Intergalactic
29th November: Sweetheart
29th November: The Flag Of Iron
29th November: Luz: The Flower Of Evil
29th November: Snapshot
29th November: The Mating Game (David Attenborough)
29th November: Robbo: The Bryan Robson Story
29th November: Porco Rosso Collector’s Edition
29th November: Becoming Elsa


3rd December: 101 (expensive box set!)
6th December: Shawscope Volume 1 Limited Edition
6th December: Son Of Saul
6th December: Saint Etienne: I’ve Been Trying To Tell You
6th December: Thomas Cromwell: A Very Modern Tudor
6th December: Bilitis
6th December: The Last Matinee
6th December: The Holiday (but not the Christmas movie one!)
6th December: The Long Call
6th December: The Spoilers (BFI)
6th December: Pittsburgh
6th December: Real Girl Collection
6th December: Zappa
6th December: The Responder
6th December: Black Cat
6th December: Real Girl Collection
6th December: Not Knowing
6th December: Rise Of The Footsoldier: Origins
6th December: The Responder
6th December: Rise Of The Footsoldier 1-5 boxset
6th December: Menace II Society Criterion
6th December: Le Samourai Criterion
6th December: The Rainer Werner Fassbinder Collection Vol. 2
6th December: Champion (Masters Of Cinema)
6th December: The Skull Man Collection
13th December: Armour Of God
13th December: Nobuhiko Obayashi’s Anti-War Trilogy
13th December: My Stepmother Is An Alien
13th December: Doctor Who: The Collection – Season 17
13th December: Cartoon Saloon Irish Folklore trilogy
20th December: Van Der Valk series 2
20th December: One Night In Miami Criterion
20th December: The Larkins
27th December: The Krays – Code Of Silence
27th December: Jekyll & Hyde

January 2022

3rd January: Confession
10th January: Van Helsing season 5
10th January: The Ice Road
10th January: Temple season 2
17th January: The Blockhouse
17th January: The Brute
24th January: The Killing Field (Bruce Willis)
31st January: No Man Of God
31st January: Anaconda collection

February 2022

21st February: Hall

March 2022

14th March: Monty Don’s European Gardens
21st March: Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators season 4
28th March: Good Guys Wear Black


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The film centers around 14-year-old Kris (Amber Havard), who, after trashing her neighbor's house in a fit of youthful defiance, seems destined to follow in her mother's footsteps to the state penitentiary. To make amends, she is forced to help Abe Turner (Rob Morgan), an ex-bull rider scraping by on the Texas rodeo circuit, with errands at home and at his work. While traveling with Abe, she discovers a passion for bull riding. Yet, as Kris sets out to learn the dangerous sport, bad influences lure her back into delinquent ways. Meanwhile, Abe struggles with the aches and pains of growing older and aging out of the only life he has ever known. Together, Kris and Abe forge an unexpected connection, helping each other see new possibilities and hope for the future before it s too late.

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August dvd 2020 releases new

Never Gonna Snow Again

Never Gonna Snow Again

September 28, 2021 | Unrated
On a gray, foggy morning outside a large Polish city, a masseur from the East named Zhenia (Alec Utgoff) enters the lives of the wealthy residents of a gated community. With his hypnotic presence and quasi-magical abilities, he is able to get a residence permit and starts plying his trade. The well-to-do residents in their cookie-cutter suburban homes seemingly have it all, but they all suffer from an inner sadness, some unexplained longing. The attractive and mysterious newcomer's hands heal, and Zhenia’s eyes seem to penetrate their souls. To them, his Russian accent sounds like a song from the past, a memory of simpler times. [Kino Lorber]


Eastern Ukraine, 2025. A desert unsuitable for human habitation. Water is a dear commodity brought by trucks. A Wall is being build-up on the border. Sergiy, a former soldier, is having trouble adapting to his new reality. He meets Katya while on the Black Tulip mission dedicated to exhuming the past. Together, they try to return to some sort of normal life in which they are also allowed to fall in love again.
Boys from County Hell

Boys from County Hell

September 21, 2021 | Not Rated
Strange events unfold in Six Mile Hill – a sleepy Irish town that claims to have been traveled by the famed author Bram Stoker – when construction on a new road disrupts the alleged grave of Abhartach, a legendary Irish vampire said to have inspired Dracula. Deadly and sinister forces terrorize the work crew led by Francie Moffat and his son Eugene, a free-spirited young man who prefers pints to pickaxes, and they’re forced to fight to survive the night while exposing the true horror that resides in the town’s local myth.


September 21, 2021 | PG-13
Set in 1970s London amidst the punk rock revolution, Cruella follows a young grifter named Estella (Emma Stone), a clever and creative girl determined to make a name for herself with her designs. She befriends a pair of young thieves who appreciate her appetite for mischief, and together they are able to build a life for themselves on the London streets. One day, Estella’s flair for fashion catches the eye of the Baroness von Hellman (Emma Thompson), a fashion legend who is devastatingly chic and terrifyingly haute. But their relationship sets in motion a course of events and revelations that will cause Estella to embrace her wicked side and become the raucous, fashionable and revenge-bent Cruella.
F9: The Fast Saga

F9: The Fast Saga

September 21, 2021 | PG-13
Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) is leading a quiet life off the grid with Letty and his son, little Brian, but they know that danger always lurks just over their peaceful horizon. This time, that threat will force Dom to confront the sins of his past if he’s going to save those he loves most. His crew joins together to stop a world-shattering plot led by the most skilled assassin and high-performance driver they’ve ever encountered: a man who also happens to be Dom’s forsaken brother, Jakob (John Cena).


An injured forest ranger on a routine mission is saved by two off-the-grid survivalists. What is initially a welcome rescue grows more suspicious as the son and his renegade father reveal a cultish devotion to the forest. When their cabin is attacked by a strange being it’s clear there is a far greater threat in this unrelenting wilderness.
I Carry You with Me

I Carry You with Me

Starting in provincial Mexico and continuing as first Iván, then Gerardo, journey towards sharing a life together in New York City, I Carry You with Me is an intimate love story, as well as a soulful rumination on family, sacrifice, regret, and ultimately, hope.
Lady of the Manor

Lady of the Manor

Stoner-slacker Hannah (Melanie Lynskey) is hired to portray Lady Wadsworth (Judy Greer), a Southern belle who died in 1875, in a tour at Wadsworth Manor. Hannah, a hot mess, figures she can fake it —until the ghost of Lady Wadsworth appears! Lady Wadsworth tells Hannah it’s time to change her wild ways — and she’ll haunt her until she does.
The Power

The Power

September 21, 2021Not Rated
London, 1974. As Britain prepares for electrical blackouts to sweep across the country, trainee nurse Val (Rose Williams) arrives for her first day at the crumbling East London Royal Infirmary. With most of the patients and staff evacuated to another hospital, Val is forced to work the night shift, finding herself in a dark, near empty building. Within these walls lies a deadly secret, forcing Val to face both her own traumatic past and deepest fears in order to confront the malevolent force that’s intent on destroying everything around her.
The Vigil

The Vigil

September 21, 2021 | PG-13
Steeped in ancient Jewish lore and demonology, The Vigil is supernatural horror film set over the course of a single evening in Brooklyn's Hasidic Borough Park neighborhood. Low on funds and having recently left his insular religious community, Yakov reluctantly accepts an offer from his former rabbi and confidante to take on the responsibility of an overnight "shomer," fulfilling the Jewish practice of watching over the body of a deceased community member. Shortly after arriving at the recently departed's dilapidated house to sit the vigil, Yakov begins to realize that something is very, very wrong.


September 21, 2021 | Not Rated
A troubled woman on the edge of divorce returns home to her younger sister after years apart. But when her sister and brother-in-law betray her trust, she embarks on a vicious crusade of revenge.
Black Widow

Black Widow

September 14, 2021 | Unrated
Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.
The Boss Baby: Family Business

The Boss Baby: Family Business

Tim and his wife, Carol, the breadwinner of the family, live in the suburbs with their super-smart 7-year-old daughter Tabitha, and adorable new infant Tina. Tabitha, who’s at the top her class at the prestigious Acorn Center for Advanced Childhood, idolizes her Uncle Ted and wants to become like him, but Tim, still in touch with his overactive youthful imagination, worries that she’s working too hard and is missing out on a normal childhood. When baby Tina reveals that she’s—ta-da!—a top secret agent for BabyCorp on a mission to uncover the dark secrets behind Tabitha’s school and its mysterious founder, Dr. Edwin Armstrong, it will reunite the Templeton brothers in unexpected ways, lead them to re-evaluate the meaning of family and discover what truly matters.


September 14, 2021 | Not Rated
Film censor Enid takes pride in her meticulous work, guarding unsuspecting audiences from the deleterious effects of watching the gore-filled decapitations and eye gougings she pores over. Her sense of duty to protect is amplified by guilt over her inability to recall details of the long-ago disappearance of her sister, recently declared dead in absentia. When Enid is assigned to review a disturbing film from the archive that echoes her hazy childhood memories, she begins to unravel how this eerie work might be tied to her past. [Sundance]
Dead Pigs

Dead Pigs

September 14, 2021 | Not Rated
A bumbling pig farmer, a feisty salon owner, a sensitive busboy, an ambitious expat architect and a disenchanted rich girl converge and collide as thousands of dead pigs float down the river towards a rapidly modernizing Shanghai, China. Based on true events.


September 14, 2021 | Not Rated
Soaring above the chaotic spectacle of ‘80s and ‘90s Los Angeles, a young couple revolutionized breaking news with their brazen helicopter reporting. Culled from this news duo’s sprawling video archive is a poignant L.A. story of a family in turbulence hovering over a city unhinged. A pioneer of helicopter reporting, Zoey Tur, along with then-wife Marika Gerrard, forever changed broadcast news with their action-packed live coverage of monumental moments in the history of L.A., including the 1992 riots and the O.J. Simpson Ford Bronco chase in 1994. This intense work delivered a needed daily dose of adrenaline for Zoey (known then as Bob) but the thousands of hours spent chasing breaking news eventually took its toll.


Zola (Taylour Paige), a Detroit waitress, strikes up a new friendship with a customer, Stefani (Riley Keough), who seduces her to join a weekend of dancing and partying in Florida. What at first seems like a glamorous trip full of “hoeism” rapidly transforms into a 48-hour journey involving a nameless pimp, an idiot boyfriend, some Tampa gangsters and other unexpected adventures in this wild, see-it-to-believe-it tale based on a series of viral, uproarious tweets.
All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)

All the Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (1987-1997)

September 7, 2021 | Not Rated
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