"The movie business is macabre. Grotesque.
It is a combination of a football game
and a brothel."
-- Federico Fellini
May 192019
May 3:

Cold Pursuit: Liam Neeson stars as Nels Coxman, a snowplow driver whose quiet family life is upended after his son’s murder. Nels begins a vengeful hunt for Viking, the drug lord he holds responsible for the killing, eliminating Viking’s associates one by one. Based on the 2014 Norwegian film, “Kraftidioten (In Order of Disappearance).” (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 14)

I’ll Take Your Dead: William has a simple job: he makes dead bodies disappear. But he faces a difficult decision when one of the “corpses” dropped off by local gangsters turns out to still be alive in this genre-bending thriller. (VOD only)

May 6:

Native Son: Tells the story of Bigger Thomas (Ashton Sanders), a young African-American living in Chicago who is hired as a chauffeur for affluent businessman Will Dalton (Bill Camp). As Thomas enters this seductive new world of money and power — including a precarious relationship with Dalton’s daughter, Mary (Margaret Qualley) — he faces unforeseen choices and perilous circumstances that will alter the course of his life forever. Based on the novel by Richrd Wright. (HBO Download)

May 7:

Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus: Nearly a hundred years ago, a radical artistic utopia was born in Germany. Founded in 1919 by Walter Gropius, Bauhaus was supposed to unite sculpture, painting, design and architecture into a single combined constructive discipline. Bauhaus constituted one of the most significant contributions to everyday 20th-century culture. (DVD release: Day & date)

Climax: Hypnotic and provocative horror film centers on a troupe of younger dancers who, while rehearsing in an empty school building, learn their sangria is laced with LSD and descend into a passionate and violent delirium. (VOD: May 14, DVD, Blu-ray release: May 28)

Impossible Mission: Rosa, a master assassin with a knack for poisons, sets out on a search and destroy mission against a spiritual leader, but conflicts within her own organization spell disaster for her long before she ever closes in on her target. (DVD release: Day & date)

Peel: Emile Hirsch stars in this quirky, coming-of-age story about a 30-year-old man who leaves his childhood home on a journey to find and rebuild his broken family — and the eclectic collection of misfits he meets along the way. (Digital)

Room for Rent: Veteran actress Lin Shaye stars as a lonely widow who rents out a room to a mysterious drifter to make easy money, only to become obsessed with her much younger guest, making him the object of her deepest romantic fantasies. (Digital only)

Shoah: Four Sisters: Completed shortly before Claude Lanzmann’s death at 92 in July 2018, this is the long-awaited follow-up to his monumental “Shoah”, which shook the world upon its release in 1985 as a profound cinematic memorial to the Holocaust. Four Jewish women, survivors of unimaginable Nazi horrors during the Holocaust, tell their individual stories. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Tough Guy: Chronicles the life and death of professional Canadian hockey player Bob Probert, who played for the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks during his career in the late 80s — early 2000s and was best known as an enforcer. (VOD, Digital only)

May 10:

Just Say Goodbye: After enduring years of abuse from his alcoholic father and the school bully Chase, Jesse Peterson tells his best friend Sarah that he plans on committing suicide. After promising to tell no one, Sarah takes it upon herself to try to stop him, taking any means necessary. (DVD release: Day & date)

May 13:

Veep Season 7: The new season finds Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) trying to gain traction in early primary states, wooing uber-wealthy donors while navigating threats from primary challengers, including aide-turned-congressman Jonah Ryan. Selina’s band of misfits is also back, except for Mike, who’s been banished from her orbit and is now covering the presidential campaign, having been replaced by his ongoing nemesis in the press, reporter Leon West. (HBO Download)

Arthur Miller: Writer: One of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century, Arthur Miller created such celebrated works as “Death of a Salesman” and “The Crucible,” which continue to move audiences around the world today. He also made headlines for being targeted by the House Un-American Activities Committee at the height of the McCarthy Era and entering into a tumultuous marriage with Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. Told from the unique perspective of his daughter, filmmaker Rebecca Miller. (HBO Download)

May 14:

Apollo 11: A cinematic event 50 years in the making. Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 65mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, “Apollo 11” takes us straight to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission — the one that first put men on the moon. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: All-new, feature-length animated thriller finds Gotham City reaching new levels of danger when Shredder joins forces with Ra’s al Ghul to enact a nefarious plan — leading to the team-up of the Dark Knight and the Turtles to combat the combined might of the Foot Clan and League of Assassins. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 4)

The Buster Keaton Collection: The General and Steamboat Willie, Jr.: Both films — high points not only of Buster Keaton’s incomparable career but of all silent cinema, and both included on the National Film Registry — are presented in new 4K restorations and feature orchestral scores by Carl Davis (“Pride and Prejudice,” “The World at War”). (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Greta: A young woman (Chloë Grace Moretz) befriends a lonely widow (Isabelle Huppert) who’s harboring a dark and deadly agenda toward her. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 28)

High Moon: A mash-up of action and horror, motorcycles and so much blood. Colt (Chad Michael Collins) — a gunslinging werewolf slayer from the old west — mysteriously rises from the grave, only to find that the band of werewolves that brutally murdered his wife are still running rampant generations later. (Digital, VOD only)

Never Grow Old: Western about a vicious outlaw who takes over a peaceful frontier town, leaving debauchery, greed, and murder in his wake. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Never Look Away: A romantic historical drama inspired by real events and the life of legendary artist Gerhard Richter follows two German students who fall in love and soon realize the girl’s father has a devastating secret and vows to end their relationship. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Silencio: Sci-fi time displacement drama in which a woman must find a powerful stone — originally discovered in the Zone of Silence, the Bermuda Triangle of Mexico, by her grandfather — in order to save her son’s life. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Upside: A comedic look at the relationship between a wealthy man with quadriplegia and an unemployed man with a criminal record who’s hired to help him. Remake of the French film “The Intouchables” (2011). (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 21)

May 17:

Slaughterhouse Rulez: Welcome to Slaughterhouse, an elite boarding school where boys and girls are groomed for power and greatness…until their well-organized world is thrown into a bloody mess when pupils and teachers become embroiled in a battle with a hoard of subterranean monsters, unleashed from a gaping frack site sinkhole. (DVD release: June 18)

May 21:

A Dark Place: A small-town sanitation truck driver (Andrew Scott) whose friendship with a young boy on his route leads to an obsession over uncovering the truth about the boy’s sudden disappearance. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Gloria Bell: A free-spirited woman in her 50s seeks out love at L.A. dance clubs. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 4)

Juveniles: A college-bound teenager from the sticks fights to survive a cycle of violence passed from generation to generation. (Digital only)

Ladies in Black: Adapted from the bestselling novel by Madeleine St John, “Ladies in Black” is an alluring and tender-hearted comedy drama about the lives of a group of department store employees in 1959 Sydney. (Digital only)

Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral: A joyous family reunion becomes a hilarious nightmare as Madea and the crew travel to backwoods Georgia, where they find themselves unexpectedly planning a funeral that might unveil unsavory family secrets. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 4)

May 24:

Five Feet Apart: A pair of teenagers with cystic fibrosis meet in a hospital and fall in love, though their disease means they must avoid close physical contact. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 11)

The Poison Rose: On-screen together for the first time ever, John Travolta and Morgan Freeman star in a mystery-thriller about a hard-drinking L.A. private eye who takes a case in his old hometown of Galveston, Texas, where he finds murder and corruption. (VOD only)

May 27:

Truth About Killer Robots: When a robot kills a human, who takes the blame? An eerie, eye-opening work of science nonfiction, this film considers several automation cases, from a factory in Germany to a bomb-carrying police droid in Dallas, raising questions of accountability and morality. Exploring the provocative viewpoints of engineers, journalists and philosophers, the film goes beyond sensational deaths to examine more subtle but pervasive ways that robots affect humanity. (HBO Download)

May 28:

Captain Marvel: Set in the 1990s, the film revolves around Carol Danvers, a crack air force pilot. Though trials and tribulations she becomes one of the galaxy’s mightiest heroes and joins an elite outer space military team known as Starforce. Her membership in the Kree military team puts her in danger when Earth becomes hopelessly stuck in battle between two other alien worlds, forcing Danvers to take on the role of Captain Marvel and use her new powers for the greater good. (DVD, Blu-ray release:June 11)

General Commander: GRS operative Jake Alexander (Steven Seagal) and his team of young recruits go after the most dangerous and notorious criminals with the help of a Hong Kong billionaire. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Skin: Based on an incredible true story. Sandra Laing (Sophie Okonedo) is a distinctly mixed-race South African woman born to white parents (Sam Neill and Alice Krige) during the apartheid era. Despite her upbringing as a white girl, Sandra is eventually classified as “colored” by the government and stripped of the rights with which the rest of her family is privileged. (Digital only)

June 4:

The Bastards Fig Tree: A “trigger happy” fascist soldier during the Spanish Civil War turns into a hermit and gets caught up in the care of a fig tree after the look in a 10-year-old child’s eyes, son of one of his victims, awakes in him the certainty that the kid will kill him as soon as he reaches sixteen years of age. (Digital only)

Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever and Batman & Robin: The four original Batman films arrive on Ultra HD Blu-Ray Combo Pack and digital for the first time (Four-film collection set release: September 17)

The Haunting of Sharon Tate: Based on one of Hollywood’s most chilling murder cases, this thriller follows the murder of pregnant 26-year-old actress Sharon Tate (Hilary Duff), a rising star about to have her first baby with her husband, director Roman Polanski. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

I Am Durán: Roberto Durán is a boxing behemoth, a titanic figure with a career straddling five epic decades who is regarded as one of the most entertaining and skilled fighters of all time. This doc tells his story, inextricably interwoven with the story of the nation of Panama. (Digital only)

The Kid: the The Western follows a young boy who witnesses Billy the Kid’s historic encounter with Sheriff Pat Garrett. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Us: A family’s serene beach vacation turns to chaos when their doppelgängers appear and begin to terrorize them in the latest horror outing by director Jordan Peele. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 18)

Wonder Park: Animated adventure about an amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 18)

June 7:

Abduction: Sci-fi action thriller pits two strangers against a nefarious alien force, with the future of mankind hanging in the balance. (VOD, Digital)

June 11:

The Aftermath: Set in postwar Germany in 1946, Rachael Morgan (Keira Knightley) arrives in the ruins of Hamburg to be reunited with her husband, a British colonel charged with rebuilding the shattered city, but when they share a grand house with its previous owners, a German widower (Alexander Skarsgård) and his troubled daughter, enmity and grief give way to passion and betrayal. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 25)

Captive State: In the aftermath of a global alien invasion, one young man must choose whether to rebel against The Legislature and ignite a war to save humanity. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

High Life: Visionary director Claire Denis brings this eerie sci-fi film to life with stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche. Monte (Pattinson) and his baby daughter are the last survivors of a damned and dangerous mission to the outer reaches of the solar system. The crew — death-row inmates led by a doctor (Binoche) with sinister motives — has vanished. As the mystery of what happened unravels, father and daughter must rely on each other to survive. (VOD: June 25; DVD, Blu-ray release: July 9)

Threshold: Blaming herself for her son’s accidental death, young wife Cynthia risks redemption at the hands of an otherworldly intruder who appears in the couple’s home during a night of apocalyptic world events. (VOD, Digital only)

June 14:

The Outsider: Country music’s Trace Adkins stars in this gritty tale of revenge in a small Western boomtown. In search of the American dream, a railroad worker (Jon Foo) finds himself on the wrong side of a lawless frontier. As the Marshall (Adkins) attempts to control his corrupt town, tragedy strikes sending the railroad worker on a path of retaliation. (Digital, VOD only)

Vault: A hard-hitting thriller set in the 1970s and based on true events, where two small-time crooks cook up an ill-fated scheme to rip off a nearby vault for $30 million — money that belongs to the local Mafia. Stars Theo Rossi, William Forsyth, Don Johnson, Vincent Pastore, Chazz Palminteri. (VOD only)

June 18:

Cinderella: “Cinderella” comes out of the Disney vault in a 70th Anniversary Walt Disney Signature Edition. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 25)

Crypto : Timely cyber-thriller about a Wall Street banker sent to a bank branch in upstate New York, where he uncovers suspicious cash flow through a local gallery selling million-dollar paintings. As he traces links to a violent global mob, he realizes he’s put his nearby family in grave danger. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

June 25:

Pet Sematary: After the Creed family relocates from Boston to rural Maine, they soon discover an ancient burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. When tragedy strikes, the grief-stricken father is driven by the cemetery’s sinister power, setting off a perilous chain of events that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences. Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 9)

Sunset: Young Írisz Leiter, in 1913, arrives in Budapest looking for work as a milliner at Leiter, the legendary hat store once owned by her late parents who died in a fire. When a man comes to her looking for the murderer Kálmán Leiter, who he says is her brother, Írisz tries to track him down. Her quest to find the only link to her past takes her through the dark streets of Budapest. (VOD, Digital only)

Transit: Fleeing from German-occupied Paris to the port city of Marseille and assuming the identity of a recently deceased writer, a refugee meets a young woman desperate to find her missing husband — the man whose identity he has stolen in the haunting thriller-drama from acclaimed filmmaker Christian Petzold. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

June 28:

Euphoria: Ines (Alicia Vikander) and Emilie (Eva Green) are two estranged sisters traveling through Europe toward a mysterious destination. Gradually, it becomes clear to Ines why she has been asked to accompany her sister. Horrified at first, Ines fights to understand Emilie’s intentions as the two women confront their unsettled past — and, more importantly, their future. (VOD, Digital only)

Killers Anonymous: Tensions mount at Killers Anonymous, a support group for killers, as the members of the group try to unravel the mystery behind which one of them is responsible for the assassination attempt on a U.S. senator that has the police authorities in the city on high alert. Stars Gary Oldman and Jessica Alba. (Digital only)

July 2:

Dead Trigger: Dolph Lundgren leads a battle against a horde of bloodthirsty zombies in this film based on the popular first-person shooter game of the same name. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Escape Plan: The Extractors: Sylvester Stallone returns to the screen as Ray Breslin, heading up a hard-hitting team that has to break into an impenetrable Latvian prison in order to rescue Breslin’s girlfriend (Jaime King) and a tech mogul’s daughter. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

July 5:

My Days of Mercy: After a female activist protesting the death penalty befriends a woman with opposing views, they begin a passionate relationship that tests their beliefs and their values. Ellen Page and Kate Mara, who are friends in real life and producers on the film, sought out this project to act together in. (Digital only) Moved from April 5

July 9:

Alita: Battle Angel: Set several centuries in the future, the abandoned cyborg Alita is found in the scrapyard of Iron City by Ido, a compassionate cyber-doctor who takes her to his clinic. When Alita awakens, she has no memory of who she is, nor does she have any recognition of the world she finds herself in. As Alita learns to navigate her new life and the treacherous streets of Iron City, Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious past. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 23)

Past Digital Releases: 2019

Past Digital Releases January-December 2018

Past Digital Releases June-December 2017

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 Posted by on May 19, 2019  Add comments

  17 Responses to “Digital Release Dates”

  1. great for seeing the future, but how does one see whats already been released?

  2. Buck: Glad you like the release schedule, but as for what’s already been released, we don’t have the resources to keep a compiled list like that. However, if you go on over to Rotten Tomatoes, they have a list of current and past streaming releases.

  3. Your digital release date page is exactly what I’ve been looking for ever since I dropped my Netflix DVD sub!

    I used to use Netflix’s DVD queue to keep a list of movies I wanted to rent/catch that were not yet our on DVD or rental stream (since it allows both a normal queue and not yet released one), but after I dropped them, they dropped me, and killed that queue – even though I still have a streaming sub : (

    For whatever reason neither Netflix streaming nor Amazon Prime movies offer a way to do anything but add to your list of movies that are already available, with no way to list upcoming ones.

    Your page just solved that problem. Thanks and bookmarked!

  4. When’s the digital release date for Isle Of Dogs?

  5. 24 jul release digital and bluray i think avengers infinity war 🙂

  6. what about the remake of papillon?

  7. really good for your list. thanks

  8. When is Equalizer 2 coming out?

  9. […] It’s not unusual for me to be shocked once I discover out a film is on digital or DVD. I simply don’t all the time understand it’s been lengthy sufficient for the house launch to be out. I do know I can’t be the one one both. I’ve compiled a listing of all the flicks that got here out to theaters this yr which might be being launched in October for dwelling viewing. The one exception is that I’ve added Batman: The Full Animated Sequence. It’s also necessary to notice that there are loads fewer Digital releases and so I’ve included as full a listing I may discover. You will discover a extra in depth checklist at VideoETA that may embody re-releases and straight to DVD initiatives. The checklist of Digital releases comes courtesy of OnVideo.org. […]

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  11. When’s the digital release date for Can You Ever Forgive Me and Vice?

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  14. Great article. I’m planning a VOD release and have a question: Does the day of the week matter/is there a standard day? from this listing it seems Tuesdays are popular. I’m looking a having a screening and VOD release on same day in London. Thanks for your help

  15. When is Batman: Hush coming out?

  16. Batman: Hush arrives on Digital July 20, 2019, and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, and Blu-ray Combo Pack on August 13, 2019. Just found out.

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