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It is a combination of a football game
and a brothel."
-- Federico Fellini
Feb 042019
 
March 1:

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Against all the odds, a 13-year-old boy in Malawi invents an unconventional way to save his family and village from famine. Based on the true story of William Kamkwamba. (Theatrical/Netflix)

We Die Young: Action legend Jean-Claude Van Damme takes a powerful dramatic turn as a war veteran with PTSD helping two boys get revenge on a violent drug lord. (VOD only)

March 3:

Soldier of War: Deep in the forest, two boys discover the entrance to a secret military bunker hidden since World War II and inadvertently awaken an undead soldier, who embarks on a grotesque, ritualistic killing spree. (DVD April 9)

March 5:

Aquaman: Arthur Curry, the human-born heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, goes on a quest to prevent a war between the worlds of ocean and land. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 26)

Between the Trees: Four friends on a weekend retreat to the mountains encounter a deranged killer and their fun weekend becomes a deadly fight for survival. (DVD: June 11)

The Cannibal Club: Widely regarded as one of the goriest films in years, this Brazilian horror hit revolves around a very wealthy couple of the Brazilian elite who have the habit of eating their employees. (VOD only)

Do It Yourself: Small-time crook and ex-con Alkis is double-crossed by an ex-cellmate and finds himself trapped in a working porn studio where his shady, trigger-happy accomplices have no intention of letting him out alive. The disheveled crook has only one option — to escape by any means possible. (DVD: Day & date)

Donna Haraway: Story Telling For Earthly Survival: Donna Haraway, the author of the groundbreaking “A Cyborg Manifesto,” explores gender, cyborgs, animals, post-colonialism, capitalism, science fiction, unconventional marital and sexual partnerships, humans and dogs, the suppression of women’s writing, the surprisingly fascinating history of orthodontic aesthetics, and the need for new post-patriarchal narratives. (DVD: Day & date)

The House: Set in the frozen wilderness of Norway during WWII, two German soldiers escort a Norwegian soldier to a prisoner of war camp but as the weather begins to take a toll on them, they find an empty house to get some rest. What seems to be a warm and welcoming shelter turns much more sinister and deadly. From the director of “Christmas Blood.” (DVD: Day & date)

Liz and the Blue Bird: Mizore Yoroizuka and Nozomi Kasaki are a pair of best friends in their final year of high school, both obsessed with the school’s brass band club … until the club begins to practice songs inspired by the fairy tale “Liz and the Blue Bird.” Immersed in this story, Mizore and Nozomi begin to realize that there may be no such thing as being together forever. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

100 Yards: A famous but flawed college athlete turns down the NFL to search for his mother who has gone missing, only to find out he has an illness that takes him on an unexpected journey. (DVD: Day & date)

March 10:

The Case Against Adnan Syed: Directed by Academy Award nominee Amy Berg, this documentary explores the 1999 disappearance and murder of 18-year-old Baltimore County high school student Hae Min Lee, and the subsequent conviction of her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, a case brought to global attention by the hugely popular Serial podcast. (HBO Streaming)

March 11:

Manhunt: Based upon the memoirs of former London Metropolitan police detective DCI Colin Sutton, the three-part feature length series is the real-life story of how the murder of French National Amelie Delagrange, on Twickenham Green in August 2004, was eventually linked to two other murders. (Acorn TV only)

March 12:

A.I. Rising: On a lonely mission to Alpha Centauri, an intimate relationship between a human and an android tests the boundaries of human nature. (DVD: Day & date)

Glorious Seven: Ex-military commander David Guerra is hired by a shady millionaire to rescue his wife, who was kidnapped by the leader of a guerrilla group. Guerra hires six of his former special forces comrades to join him on the mission. (DVD release: Day & date)

If Beale Street Could Talk: From Academy Award-winner Barry Jenkins, adapted from James Baldwin’s acclaimed novel, comes this timeless love story set in early 1970s Harlem. Newly engaged 19-year-old Tish and her fiancé Fonny have a beautiful future ahead. But their plans are derailed when Fonny is arrested for a crime he did not commit. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 26)

The Last Man: In this chilling dystopian thriller, Hayden Christensen plays Kurt, a vet suffering from PTSD who comes home to an unholy, unruly land. The world is bad, no question — but local street prophet Noe (Harvey Keitel) says it’ll get even worse when a catastrophic storm strikes. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Marquise: Sophie Marceau stars as a beguiling street performer who seduces her way into Moliere’s theatre troupe in this rollicking period dramedy set in 17th century France. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Mary Poppins Returns: Decades after her original visit, the magical nanny returns to help the Banks siblings and Michael’s children through a difficult time in their lives. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 19)

Piercing: In this twisted love story, a man seeks out an unsuspecting stranger to help him purge the dark torments of his past. His plan goes awry when he encounters a woman with plans of her own. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & Date)

Second Act: A big box store worker (Jennifer Lopez), struggling with the frustrations of not having achieved more in life, reinvents her life and her life-story and shows Madison Avenue what street smarts can do. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 26)

Vice: Christian Bale as Dick Cheney in this epic tale of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world. Co-starring Amy Adams, Steve Carell, and Sam Rockwell, “Vice” is a darkly comic look behind the scenes of American politics. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 2)

Welcome to Acapulco: A video game designer gets involved in an international conspiracy while on his way to the Video Game Awards in New Mexico. (Digital only)

March 15:

Iceman: In 1991, a melting glacier revealed the body of a man. At first, people assumed he was a hiker. But then scientists discovered that he’d been dead for over five thousand years. This is his story. (VOD only)

Mission of Honor: Based on a true story, the film follows the brave pilots of Squadron 303, a group of fighter pilots enlisted by the British Royal Airforce after a war-torn Europe has been ransacked by the Germans during WWII. (Digital only)

Triple Frontier: A group of former Special Forces operatives (Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal) reunite to plan a heist in a sparsely populated multi-border zone of South America. For the first time in their prestigious careers these unsung heroes undertake this dangerous mission for self instead of country. (Theatrical/Netflix)

March 18:

The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley: Academy Award winner Alex Gibney directs a documentary investigating the rise and fall of Theranos, the one-time multibillion-dollar healthcare company founded by Elizabeth Holmes that was going to revolutionize healthcare by devising blood tests that only needed very small amounts of blood. In 2014, Theranos was valued at $9 billion, making Holmes, who was touted as “the next Steve Jobs,” the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world. Just two years later, Theranos was cited as a “massive fraud” by the SEC, and its value was less than zero. (HBO Streaming, VOD only)

The Last Movie: Dennis Hopper’s 1971 cult classic follow-up to the acclaimed “Easy Rider” stars the actor as a disillusioned stunt coordinator who begins to question the film industry and attempts to leave it all behind in the hopes of something more. (Kanopy)

March 19:

Becoming Astrid: The true story of a character-defining period in the young life of the legendary Swedish author Astrid Lindgren of Pippi Longstocking fame is revealed in the touching biographical drama. (DVD release: Day & date)

Bumblebee: On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 2)

Red Room: A young woman kidnapped off the street after a night out wakes up in an isolated house with two other captives, where they are informed by their sadistic captors that they must wait their turn to enter the Room before they will be released. (DVD: Day & date)

The Second Time Around: Katherine Mitchell, a widowed yet vibrant senior, wasn’t looking for love a second time — not at her age, and certainly not with grumpy Isaac Shapiro. Despite the nosey bunch of seniors in the residence where Katherine convalesces after breaking her hip, she and Isaac warm to each other over their shared love of music. (DVD: Day & date)

She Wolf: She Wolf is a serial killer who traps her men in the subway in Buenos Aires: She seduces them, has sex with them and then kills them. (DVD release: Date & date)

March 22:

The Dirt: Based on the bestselling autobiography from Mötley Crüe, the film is an unflinching tale of success and excess as four misfits rise from the streets of Hollywood to the heights of international fame. (Netflix)

March 24:

Action: Four-part documentary explores the legalization of sports gambling and its evolving impact on the gambling community as the industry navigates a landmark 2018 court ruling. (Showtime)

March 25:

O.G.: Filmed in Indiana’s Pendleton Correctional Facility, an active maximum-security prison, “O.G.” follows Louis (Jeffrey Wright), once the head of a prominent prison gang, in the final weeks of his 24-year sentence. His impending release is upended when he takes a new arrival, who is being courted by gang leadership, under his wing. (HBO Digital only)

March 26:

Capernaum: Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, this new film by Nadine Labaki depicts the journey of a clever, gutsy 12-year-old boy, Zain, who survives the dangers of the city streets by his wits. He flees his parents and, to assert his rights, takes them to court, suing them for the “crime” of giving him life. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Dog’s Way Home: The film chronicles the heartwarming adventure of Bella, the brave and adventurous dog that embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her beloved human. Based on the bestselling novel by W. Bruce Cameron. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 9)

Jane Fonda in Five Acts: Girl next door, sex kitten, activist, fitness tycoon: Oscar-Winning Jane Fonda has lived a life marked by controversy, tragedy and transformation, and she’s done it all in the public eye. (HBO Digital only)

King of Thieves: A star-studded cast (Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Tom Courtenay, Charlie Cox, Michael Gambon, Ray Winstone) pulls off one of the biggest bank heists in history when a band of misfit criminals plot an unprecedented burglary at the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit. The thieves, all in their 60s and 70s except for one, manage to escape with allegedly £200. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase: Nancy Drew — a bit of an outsider struggling to fit into her new surroundings — and her pals set out to solve a mystery, make new friends, and establish their place in the community. Based on the best-selling teen book series. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 2)

On the Basis of Sex: The inspiring and spirited true story that follows young lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she teams with her husband Marty to bring a groundbreaking case before the U.S. Court of Appeals and overturn a century of gender discrimination. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 9)

Stan & Ollie: In the 1930s and 1940s, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were one of the most popular comedy acts in movies, helplessly bumbling their way through one “fine mess” after another. But by the 1950s, they were has-beens, struggling with health problems and trying to find a way back into the movie business. They embarked on a tour of small theaters in Britain to perform their own material, and possibly re-ignite their old friendship. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Welcome to Marwen: Based on the true story of Mark Hogancamp, the survivor of a vicious attack who found peace and recovery through an unusual creative outlet. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 9)

March 29:

The Highwaymen: The outlaws made headlines. The lawmen made history. This drama follows the untold true story of the legendary detectives who brought down Bonnie and Clyde. When the full force of the FBI and the latest forensic technology aren’t enough to capture the nation’s most notorious criminals, two former Texas Rangers (Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson) must rely on their gut instincts and old school skills to get the job done. (Theatrical/Netflix)

White Chamber: In a dystopian post-Brexit Britain torn apart by civil war, a woman with a questionable past finds herself the latest subject of a futuristic prison pod. (VOD only)

March 30:

Justice League vs. The Fatal Five: The Earth’s future hangs in the balance when the Justice League faces a powerful new threat – the Fatal Five. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman seek answers as the time-traveling trio of Mano, Persuader and Tharok terrorize Metropolis in search of budding Green Lantern, Jessica Cruz – whom they need to free remaining Fatal Five members Emerald Empress and Validus in order to carry out their sinister plan. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 16)

March 31:

Breaking the Limits: Biopic of Jerzy Gorski, an alcoholic and drug addict, who despite all odds turns his life around to become winner of the Ironman Triathlon and a Polish sports legend. (VOD only)

April 1:

Lifeline: A sensational Spanish thriller series that centers on a doctor’s insatiable drive to become the best surgeon in Europe — no matter what the cost. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel)

Mrs. Wilson: At the outset of World War II, Alison McKelvie took a secretarial job with the Secret Intelligence Service. There, she fell in love with an older man—Major Alexander Wilson, a popular author of spy novels, then doing real intelligence work for the war effort. Ruth Wilson stars as her own grandmother, Alison, in the true story of a woman’s search for her husband’s real identity. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel

April 2:

Flay: After the death of her mother, an estranged daughter struggles to save her brother, and those around her from a malevolent faceless spirit. (Digital only)

Glass: Writer-Director M. Night Shyamalan (“The Sixth Sense”) completes a mind-bending “superhero” trilogy created nearly 20 years ago.Following the conclusion of “Split,” “Glass” finds Dunn (“Unbreakable”) pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price (Mr. Glass) emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 16)

The Kid Who Would Be King: Alex thinks he’s just another nobody, getting bullied at school and told what to do by his teachers, until he stumbles upon the mythical Sword in the Stone, Excalibur. Now, with the help of the legendary wizard Merlin, he must defeat the wicked enchantress Morgana. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 16)

Mazi Junkies: Inspired by Norman Ohler’s revelatory international best-seller, “Blitzed: Drugs In The Third Reich,” this compelling two-part documentary series reveals how both Hitler and Nazi Germany were heavily addicted to drugs throughout World War II. (DVD release: Day & date)

No Alternative: This coming-of-age drama blasts open the world of grunge-era teenagers in the early 90s. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Pet Graveyard: A group of friends are tormented by the Grim Reaper and his sinister pet after they undergo an experiment that allows them to revisit the dead. (DVD release: Day & date)

Replicas: A neuroscientist (Keanu Reeves) on the verge of transferring human consciousness into a computer becomes obsessed with bringing back his family members who died in a traffic car accident. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 16)

A Silent Voice: A young man is ostracized by his classmates after he bullies a deaf girl to the point where she moves away. Years later, he sets off on a path for redemption. Anime based on the critically acclaimed manga by Yoshitoki Oima. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

April 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. Stars Ellen Page and Kate Mara. (Digital only)

April 8:

The Adulterer: Third season of the Dutch psychological thriller that combines extramarital affairs, disloyalty, and murder to create a compelling storyline. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel)

Unforgotten, Season 3: When human remains are found by a motorway near London, the crime-solving duo, Cassie and Sunny, are called to the scene. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel)

April 9:

Berlin, I Love You: Anthology contains 10 romantic stories set against the backdrop of the German capital, with an ensemble cast headed up by Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren and Luke Wilson. From the producers of “Paris, Je T’Aime.” (DVD, Blu-ray release:Day & date)

Blood Craft: Two sisters who suffered abuse as children at the hands of their sadistic father decide, after his death, to use witchcraft to bring his spirit back to get revenge. (VOD only)

Destroyer: A police detective (Nicole Kidman) hunts down the people from an undercover assignment in her distant past in order to make peace. DVD, Blu-ray release: April 23)

Escape Room: Six strangers find themselves in a maze of deadly mystery rooms, and must use their wits to survive. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 23)

Matriarch: When the victims of a car crash stumble upon a farmhouse, miles from civilization, they think they’re safe, but the farm’s strange inhabitants have other ideas. (DVD release: Day & date)

Motel Mist: In an unusual motel on the outskirts of Bangkok, where sex, death, and aliens all hold sway, four lives intertwine and change forever. (DVD: Day & date)

Project Blue Book Season 1: Top-secret drama series from Academy Award-winning executive producer Robert Zemeckis based on true top-secret investigations into unidentified flying objects (UFOs). (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

April 15:

Les Misérables: A blockbuster novel for over 150 years comes vividly to life in award-winning screenwriter Andrew Davies’s multi-layered retelling of Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video Channel)

Someone Great: Aspiring music journalist Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) has just landed her dream job at an iconic magazine and is about to move to San Francisco. Rather than do long distance, her boyfriend of nine years (Lakeith Stanfield) decides to call it quits. To nurse her broken heart, Jenny gathers up her two best friends Erin (DeWanda Wise) and Blair (Brittany Snow) for one outrageous last adventure in New York City. (Netflix)

April 16:

Miss Bala: Caught in the perilous world of a brutal cross-border cartel, a young woman (Gina Rodriguez) finds powers she never knew she had as she seeks to rescue her friend. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 30)

April 26:

Otherhood: For empty nesters, what’s the difference between letting your children grow up and letting them grow distant? This year, on Mother’s Day, feeling marginalized and forgotten, long time friends Carol (Angela Bassett), Gillian (Patricia Arquette) and Helen (Felicity Huffman) decide to drive to New York to reconnect with their adult sons, and in the process, they realize their sons are not the only ones whose lives need to change. (Netflix)

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)

Past Digital Releases: 2019

Past Digital Releases January-December 2018

Past Digital Releases June-December 2017

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 Posted by on February 4, 2019  Add comments

  15 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

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