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"The movie business is macabre. Grotesque.
It is a combination of a football game
and a brothel."
-- Federico Fellini
Jan 172019
 
January 1:

Bad Reputation: An admiring documentary portrait of punk rock icon Joan Jett. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Demonologist: When detective investigates a string of brutal murders, he discovers a cult that worships the four King Demons of Hell, who plan on bringing them forth to destroy the Earth. (VOD only)

Lifechanger:A murderous shapeshifter sets out on a blood-soaked mission to make things right with the woman he loves. (VOD only)

Love, Gilda: An intimate look at the life and career of beloved comedienne Gilda Radner, told in her own words. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Old Man and the Gun: Based on the true story of Forrest Tucker (Robert Redford) and his audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70 to an unprecedented string of heists that confounded authorities and enchanted the public. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 15)

State Like Sleep: One year after her husband’s (Michiel Huisman) untimely death, a young widow (Katherine Waterston) receives an unsettling phone call that forces her to revisit her past. Also starring Luke Evans and Michael Shannon. (VOD, Digital only)

January 4:

Being Rose: After being diagnosed with serious health issues, ex-cop Rose Jones (Cybill Shepherd) goes on a road trip in a wheelchair to search for her estranged son. Along the way, she falls in love with Max (James Brolin), a handsome old cowboy, who has come to a crossroads of his own. (VOD only)

The Vanishing (aka Keepers): After three lighthouse keepers arrive for work on a remote Scottish isle, they make a fateful discovery: a wrecked rowboat—with a chest full of gold. As a mysterious boat heads toward the island, the three men make a choice that will change their lives forever, ensnaring them in a web of greed, paranoia, and murder. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 5)

January 8:

The Car: Road to Revenge: In the stylized, unrated sequel to the unconventional horror cult classic “The Car” (1977), an unscrupulous District Attorney in a dilapidated cyberpunk city plagued by crime is savagely murdered and tossed out of a building onto his brand new car: but he and his car come back to life as a single being with a thirst for vengeance. (DVD release: Day & date)

Family Guy 20 Greatest Hits: Celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary with this marvelously musical collection of 20 song-and-dance-filled episodes. (DVD: Day & date)

First Man: A look at the life of the astronaut Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 22)

The Hate U Give: Starr Carter (Amandla Stenberg) witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Now, facing pressure from all sides of the community, Starr must find her voice and stand up for what’s right (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 22)

Johnny English Strikes Again: When a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, the country’s only hope — Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson is called out of retirement. English’s new mission is his most critical to date: Dive head first into action to find the mastermind hacker. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 22)

The Spy Gone North: A gripping, fact-based spy saga about a loyal South Korean agent caught in the political vortex plotted by the ruling classes of two Koreas. Set in 1993 Korea, the only country where the Cold War continues, where tensions surrounding the development of nuclear weapons escalate. (VOD only)

Terror Tales: Three horrific tales of the macabre including a demon, a serial killer and an evil deity. (VOD only)

January 11:

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle Season Two: Jay Ward’s squirrel and moose duo return in this all-new series, alongside rivals Boris and Natasha and Fearless Leader. (Amazon Prime Video)

Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom: Norm, the newly crowned polar bear king of the arctic, travels to New York to accept the keys to the city, but he goes from hero to villain when he’s framed for a crime he didn’t commit. The animated feature is Dove Family-Approved for all ages. (VOD only)

January 14:

My Brilliant Friend: Adapted from the first book in Elena Ferrante’s acclaimed “Neapolitan Novels,” this drama series follows Elena Greco, a now-elderly woman who discovers the most important friend in her life has disappeared. (Digital only)

January 15:

Blood Bound: Bound to an ancient pact, a family of unlimited power descends upon a small rural town to sacrifice four human lives — one being a member of their own family. (VOD only)

Boy Erased: The son of a Baptist preacher is forced to participate in a church-supported gay conversion program after being forcibly outed to his parents. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 29)

Hunter Killer: An untested American submarine captain teams with U.S. Navy SEALs to rescue the Russian president, who has been kidnapped by a rogue general. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 29)

Jonathan: In this sci-fi-tinged drama, Ansel Elgort plays two brothers living very separate lives – inside the same body. Previously content to live life in shifts with one another, their delicate balance is ruined when they become emotionally involved with the same woman (Suki Waterhouse). (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Once Upon a Deadpool: A PG-13 fairytale twist on Deadpool 2 the whole family can enjoy. (Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Reign of the Supermen: The world must cope with the loss of Superman — and the sudden emergence of four would-be heirs to the title in the second half of a two-part animated DC Universe Movies experience that began in August 2018 with “The Death of Superman.” (Blu-ray release: January 29)

Speed Kills: Speedboat racing champion and multimillionaire Ben Aronoff (John Travolta) leads a double life that lands him in trouble with the law and drug lords. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Star Is Born: Third remake of the classic film. A successful musician (Bradley Cooper) helps a young singer (Lady Gaga) find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 19)

Suspiria: The reimagining of the 1977 horror cult-classic about the horrific darkness that swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 29)

January 18:

Close: Action-thriller inspired by the life of the world’s leading female bodyguard, Jacquie Davis. The film stars Noomi Rapace as Sam, a counter-terrorist expert used to war zones, who takes on the job of protecting Zoe (Sophie Nélisse), a young and rich heiress — a babysitting job for her. But a violent attempted kidnapping forces the two to go on the run. (Netflix only)

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. (VOD only)

January 21:

Miss Sherlock: Re-envisioned and set in modern day Tokyo, HBO’s “Miss Sherlock” is a bold interpretation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, where the iconic characters are played by women. (Digital only)

January 22:

Alipato: The Very Brief Life of an Ember: In 2025, a group of kid—members of the Kostka gang terrorize the slums of Manila … until the Boss is sentenced to 20 years in prison. When he gets out to reunite, the surviving Kostkas begin to disappear one by one. (VOD only)

American Renegades: A team of Navy SEALs discovers an underwater treasure hidden in a Bosnian lake by the Nazi, and try to retrieve it before the enemy catches up with them. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Apparition: A modern-day ecclesiastical thriller about a respected journalist whose belief system is profoundly shaken when he’s recruited by the Vatican to investigate an apparition of the Virgin Mary, witnessed by a beguiling young woman. (DVD: Day & date)

Bohemian Rhapsody: The story of the legendary rock band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury, leading up to their famous performance at Live Aid in 1985. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 12)

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch: The latest film based on Dr. Seuss’ beloved tale about a cynical grouch who goes on a mission to steal Christmas from others only to feel his own heart grow three sizes larger through unexpected friendships. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 5)

The Girl in the Spider’s Web: Young computer hacker Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomkvist find themselves caught in a web of spies, cybercriminals and corrupt government officials in the next chapter of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” franchise. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 5)

The Sisters Brothers: Based on Patrick DeWitt’s novel, the Western revolves around the colorfully named gold prospector Hermann Kermit Warm, who’s being pursued across 1000 miles of 1850s Oregon desert to San Francisco by the notorious assassins Eli and Charlie Sisters. Except Eli is having a personal crisis and beginning to doubt the longevity of his chosen career. And Hermann might have a better offer. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 5)

West of Sunshine: A social-realist story from debut feature filmmaker Jason Raftopoulos, the film — hot from an outstanding response, complete with standing ovation, at the Venice Film Festival — tells of a father who has less than a day to pay back a gambling debt, while looking after his young son. (VOD only)

The Widowed Witch: After losing her house and husband, a rural woman leads a stranded life with her 10-year-old brother-in-law in a modified “recreational vehicle.” To find a warm place to survive the cold winter, she pretends to be a shaman who can rid villagers of evil spirits, and ironically, her juggled deceits often become real. (DVD: Day & date)

Widows: Four women — with nothing in common except a debt left by their dead husbands’ criminal acts — conspire to take fate into their own hands and plan a risky heist. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 5)

The Wife: A revealing look into the 40-year relationship of Joan and Joe Castleman, (Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce) and the world of literature for female writers. As Joe is about to be awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, the win threatens to expose the details and arrangements that define their marriage. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 29)

January 28:

Mike Judge Presents: Tales from the Tour Bus Season 2: Second season focuses on funk-music greats including James Brown, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Rick James and others. (Digital only)

January 29:

At Eternity’s Gate: During a self-imposed exile in Arles and Auvers-Sur-Oise, France, Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh develops his unique, colorful style of painting. While grappling with religion, mental illness and a tumultuous friendship with French artist Paul Gauguin, van Gogh begins to focus on his relationship with eternity rather than the pain his art causes him in the present. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 12)

Ballers: The Complete Fourth Season: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars in this series as a retired football superstar trying to reinvent himself as a financial manager for current players in sun-soaked Miami. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Blood Brother: When an ex-con takes murderous revenge against childhood friends whom he believes let him take the fall for a crime they collectively committed, one of the friends, now a cop, risks his life to stop him in this gritty crime-drama. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms: Inspired by E.T.A. Hoffmann’s classic tale the beloved ballet “The Nutcracker,” 14-year-old Clara (Mackenzie Foy) travels to a magical, mysterious world with breathtaking adventures plus sweets, snowflakes, soldiers, scurrying mice … and no shortage of surprises. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

February 1:

Driving While Black: A dark comedy, rooted deeply in reality … but not a reality that everybody is familiar with. Dimitri delivers pizzas for a living — but as a young black man he is faced with “extra” challenges while navigating the city. (VOD, Digital only)

February 4:

Mama’s Angel: This addictive Israeli thriller exposes the dark underbelly of a wealthy neighborhood in Tel Aviv: Behind the sunny, friendly façade is a place of dark secrets. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video)

The River: Nordic noir fans will love this crime drama based on true events. In the quiet and remote village of Djupelv — the region bordering Russia in northern Scandinavia — winters are long and dark. Everyone knows everyone and there are no secrets in this close-knit community…or so it seems. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video)

February 5:

All the Devil’s Men: A battle-scarred mercenary in the War on Terror is forced to go on an overseas mission to find a disavowed CIA operative. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Anywhere With You: Amanda and Jake are in love and want to start a new life in Los Angeles. The first 24 hours of their new life take them all around the city, bringing them more surprises and frustrations than expected. (Digital, VOD only)

Can You Ever Forgive Me?: Melissa McCarthy is masterful in the captivating account, based on a true story, of Lee Israel, a best-selling celebrity biographer in the 1970s and ’80s. When Lee (McCarthy) comes to the realization that she’s no longer en vogue, she spins her art form into a perilous web of lies, deceit and outright crime — by forging literary letters — to get back on top. (DVD: February 19)

Crossbreed: In the near future, the president of the US hires a team of military veterans to retrieve an alien bio-weapon from a top-secret research facility orbiting the Earth. All goes according to the plan until the cargo escapes. (VOD, Digital only)

Electric Love: Comedy follows four couples as they traverse modern dating in Los Angeles utilizing popular dating apps like Tinder and Grindr. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Fighting the Sky: Strange other-worldly sounds are echoing around the world and a group of researchers, led by expert ufologist Lorraine Gardner, begin an expedition to track down the point of origin — discovering more than they bargained for. (DVD: Day & date)

Grand-Daddy Day Care: When Frank Collins (Reno Wilson) suffers from writer’s block, he decides to start a day care for his father-in-law (Danny Trejo) and other seniors as a way to make quick cash, but he soon learns that these are not your typical seniors and they can’t easily be corralled, making his work days anything but effortless. (DVD: Day & date)

The Guilty: When Danish police officer Asger Holm is demoted to desk work, his days are all the same, until he receives a mysterious call from an abducted woman. Confined to the police station, Asger must think and react quickly in order to find her before times run out. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Mermaid Lake of the Dead: For years, she has lurked in the depths … waiting. Some people believe that if you go walking by the lake a night, a mermaid will get you, seduce you with her singing. Myth — or reality! (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Overlord: Twisted thrill ride about a team of American paratroopers who come face-to-face with Nazi super-soldiers unlike the world has ever seen. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 19)

Poetic Justice: Superstar Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur made their stunning film debuts in director John Singleton’s (“Boyz N the Hood”) street-smart love story about a mismatched pair pushed together for a road trip from South Central L.A. to Oakland. (Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Private War: The true story of Marie Colvin (Rosamund Pike), one of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time. Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontlines of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless, while constantly testing the limits between bravery and bravado. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Robin Hood: Returning home from the Crusades, Robin of Loxley (Taron Egerton) finds his country oppressed by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. With the help of Moorish warrior Little John (Jaimie Foxx), Robin transforms into the heroic outlaw Robin Hood, taking up arms to fight the sheriff and win the heart of his love, Maid Marian (Eve Hewson). (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 19)

February 11:

Vanished By the Lake: Haunting French crime drama in which a detective returns to her hometown and investigates the disappearance of a teenager in a case that ignites old memories. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video)

February 12:

Creed II: Under the tutelage of Rocky Balboa, heavyweight contender Adonis Creed faces off against Viktor Drago, son of Ivan Drago. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 5)

The Favourite: A bawdy, acerbic tale of royal intrigue, passion, envy and betrayal in the court of Queen Anne in early 18th century England. At the center of the story is the Queen herself (Olivia Colman), whose relationship with her confidante, adviser and clandestine lover Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (Rachel Weisz) is turned upside down by the arrival of the Duchess’s younger cousin Abigail (Emma Stone). Soon the balance of power shifts between the women as they jockey for influence with the Queen and the court. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 5)

The Front Runner: Director Jason Reitman captures the explosive tension between journalism and politics in this drama about the rise and fall of Gary Hart’s 1988 bid for the U.S. Presidency. Stars Hugh Jackman. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Happy Prince: Written and directed by and starring Rupert Everett, the bio-pic chronicles the heartbreaking final days of celebrated writer and legendary wit Oscar Wilde. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Little Mermaid: In honor of its 30th anniversary, two-time Academy Award-winner (Best Original Score and Best Original Song “Under the Sea,” 1989) “The Little Mermaid” dives into the highly celebrated Walt Disney Signature Collection with all-new bonus features and a sing-along mode. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 26)

Maria by Callas: Never-before-seen footage and performances offer insight into the life and career of renowned opera singer Maria Callas. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Peppermint Soda: Two teenage sisters in 1963 France, torn between divorced parents and struggling with the confines of their strict school, undergo an awakening both political and romantic. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Ralph Breaks the Internet: Taking place six years after saving the arcade from Turbo’s vengeance, the Sugar Rush arcade cabinet has broken, forcing Ralph and Vanellope to travel to the Internet via the newly-installed Wi-Fi router in Litwak’s Arcade to retrieve the piece capable of saving the game. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 26)

Shoplifters: On the margins of Tokyo, a dysfunctional band of outsiders are united by fierce loyalty, a penchant for petty theft and playful grifting. Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. (DVD: Day & date)

Under the Eiffel Tower: Stuart is a having a mid-life crisis. Desperate for something more in life, he tags along on his best friend’s family vacation to Paris — then proposes to his friend’s 24-year-old daughter, Rosalind, while standing under the Eiffel Tower. (VOD, Digital only)

February 15:

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: In this sequel, the powerful dark wizard Gellert Grindelwal has escaped custody and has set about gathering followers to raise pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings. In an effort to thwart Grindelwald’s plans, Albus Dumbledore enlists his former student Newt Scamander, who agrees to help, unaware of the dangers that lie ahead. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 12)

Mega Time Squad: A low-level criminal steals an ancient Chinese time-travel device, but he may not survive the demonic consequences of tampering with time. A time travel/sci-fi comedy out of New Zealand. (VOD only)

February 18:

Night and Day, Season 2: A dark, complex psychological suspense story. The series is set in Barcelona where Sara Gradom, a forensic pathologist, is determined to find out the details behind the death of a judge who died under bizarre circumstances. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video)

February 19:

American Masters: Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me: The first major film documentary to examine the performer’s vast career and his journey for identity through the shifting tides of civil rights and racial progress during 20th-century America. (DVD release: Day & date)

Ben Is Back: A drug addicted teenage boy shows up unexpectedly at his family’s home on Christmas Eve. Stars Julia Roberts as the boy’s mother. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 5)

Green Book: A film inspired by a true friendship that transcended race, class, and the 1962 Mason-Dixon line. When Tony Lip (Vigo Mortensen), a bouncer from an Italian-American neighborhood in the Bronx, is hired to drive Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), a world-class Black pianist, on a concert tour from Manhattan to the Deep South, they must rely on The Green Book to guide them to the few establishments that were then safe for African-Americans. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 12)

Iceman: The Time Traveler: During the Ming Dynasty, a palace guard, Ying (Donnie Yen), is buried and frozen in time by an avalanche during a fierce battle. Brought back to life in the present day, Ying embarks on a quest for the only thing that can correct the wrongs of history – The Golden Wheel of Time. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Instant Family: A couple ((Mark Wahlberg Rose Byrne) find themselves in over their heads when they decide to start a family and foster three children. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 5)

The Possession of Hannah Grace: Shay Mitchell stars as a cop just out of rehab, who takes the graveyard shift in a city hospital morgue where she faces a series of bizarre, violent events caused by an evil entity in one of the corpses. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 26)

Rise of the Footsoldier Trilogy: The collection of all three features from the series follows the escalating criminal life of a football hooligan from small-time illegal activity to an expanding drug scene and the world of the criminal elite. (Digital only)

February 25:

Rest in Peace: A young journalist stumbles upon a prison cemetery full of mysteries and painfully discover that for the dead to rest in peace, the living must pay a high price. (PBS MASTERPIECE Prime Video)

True Detective: The Complete Third Season: Playing out in three separate time periods, the third season tells the story of a macabre crime in the heart of the Ozarks, and a mystery that deepens over decades. (DVD, Blu-ray release: TBA)

February 26:

At the End of the Day: A conservative professor at a Christian college finds himself in a gay support group to stop their launch of an LGBT homeless youth shelter in their small town. (VOD only)

Beach House: Emma’s retreat to her family’s beach house in the Hamptons takes an unsettling turn with the arrival of Paul, an enigmatic artist from her mother’s past. (VOD only)

Between Worlds: Nicolas Cage stars in this twist-filled supernatural thriller that follows Joe (Cage), a struggling truck driver haunted by the memory of his deceased wife and daughter. Joe’s life takes a dramatic turn when he meets Julie (Franka Potente), a woman with mysterious spiritual powers, whose daughter, Billie, lies in a coma. Julie enlists Joe’s help to stop Billie from crossing over to the spirit world, but when Billie awakes, her body is possessed — by the vengeful spirit of Joe’s dead wife. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Rampant: A darkness looms over ancient Korea: murderous creatures known as Night Demons have overrun the country. Returning from a long imprisonment abroad, Prince Ganglim discovers that it will take the strength of his entire kingdom to stop the bloody rampage spreading across the nation in this fresh new take on zombie horror. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: This animated adventure introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the iconic mask. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 19)

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)

Holmes & Watson: The world’s greatest detective and his loyal sidekick and biographer join forces to solve a murder at Buckingham Palace. They soon realize that they only have 5,760 minutes to solve the case, or the Queen will be next. (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 Man With the Magic Box: Set in the dystopian future of 2030 Warsaw, a man wakes up without any memory of his previous life and finds an old radio from the 1950s that triggers mysterious visions of another past life. As he tries to piece together his past identity with the help of his beautiful but aloof boss, he runs afoul of a totalitarian government willing to do anything to stop him. (DVD release: Day & date)

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)

Nazi 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)

Terror 5: Playfully based on urban legends and featuring a group of young people all coming face-to-face with their inner demons. First-time directors Sebastian and Federico Rotstein use a local political crisis in Argentina as the backdrop to five stories that unfold to horrific conclusions — Think bondage, torture, zombies…and governmental corruption. (DVD: Day & date)

April 4:

Drowning Echo (aka Nereus): During a visit to friends, a young woman begins having visions and is attacked by an unearthly creature in her friend’s swimming pool; she soon discovers that anyone who comes into contact with the water is in danger. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Mummy Reborn: A group of teens in financial ruin decide to rob an ancient amulet from a tomb in the local antique store. But what they don’t realize is that this tomb is cursed, and when the amulet is separated from it’s master he’ll do anything to get it back. (DVD release: Day & date)

April 5:

Division 19: In the future, prisons have been turned into online portals where paying subscribers get to vote on what felons eat, watch, wear and who they fight. When the world’s most downloaded felon escapes, the authorities set a trap to reel him in. (Digital only)

The Wind: A supernatural thriller set in the Western frontier of the late 1800s, starring Caitlin Gerard as a plains-woman driven mad by the harshness and isolation of the untamed land. (VOD 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)

Student Athlete: Unveils the exploitative world of high-revenue college sports through the stories of four young men at different stages of their athletic careers. (HBO Digital Download)

Shameless: The Complete Ninth Season: All 14 episodes of the series about a scrappy, fiercely loyal Chicago family that makes no apologies for their wild actions. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 23)

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)

The Browsing Effect: The seemingly endless possibilities of dating apps send a group of friends into a whirlwind of sex, jealousy, and self-doubt in this ensemble comedy. (Digital, 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)

Savage Youth: The lives of six troubled teens in a racially-divided town take a violent turn when drugs and broken hearts intermix. Based on true events. (Digital, VOD only)

April 15:

High Maintenance Season 3 : This season profiles everyday people whose stories of success, failure, love and loss intersect across New York, while delving deeper into personal life of The Guy, who is spending less time on his iconic bicycle and more time in “Steve RV,” a set of wheels gifted to him last season. (HBO Digital Download)

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)

Vice Season 6: Covering a wide range of social and cultural issues, this season focuses on education in America, investigating teacher pay, student mental health, the school-to-prison pipeline and other pressing topics. (HBO Digital Download)

Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Area’s Season 2: Covering a wide range of social and cultural issues, this season focuses on education in America, investigating teacher pay, student mental health, the school-to-prison pipeline and other pressing topics. (HBO Digital Download)

April 16:

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part: It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 7)

Master of Dark Shadows: A comprehensive celebration of the legendary Gothic daytime series “Dark Shadows” and its visionary creator, Dan Curtis. Includes interviews with key actors and filmmakers involved in the undyingly popular story of vampire Barnabas Collins and all the eerie goings-on at the gloomy Maine mansion Collinwood. (DVD release: Day & date)

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 23:

The Prodigy: A mother concerned about her young son’s disturbing behavior thinks something supernatural may be affecting him. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 7)

What Men Want: Ali Davis (Taraji P. Henson) is a successful sports agent who’s constantly boxed out by her male colleagues. After a wild night out with her girls, she mysteriously gains the ability to hear men’s thoughts. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 7)

April 25:

Leaving Neverland: Two-part documentary explores the separate but parallel experiences of two young boys, James “Jimmy” Safechuck, at age 10, and Wade Robson, at age seven, both of whom were befriended by Michael Jackson and allege that he abused them. (HBO Digital Download)

Strike Back Season 6: When a Russian bomber crashes in the South China Sea, the covert special-ops soldiers of Section 20 are sent to investigate. (HBO Digital Download)

April 26:

DreamWorks She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Adora is finally beginning to accept her destiny as the legendary warrior princess, She-Ra, and leader of the Princess Rebellion in the seven-episode second season. (Netflix only)

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)

April 29:

Under the Silver Lake: Sam (Andrew Garfield) is a disenchanted 33-year-old who discovers a mysterious woman, Sarah (Riley Keough), frolicking in his apartment’s swimming pool. When she vanishes, Sam embarks on a surreal quest across Los Angeles to decode the secret behind her disappearance, leading him into the murkiest depths of mystery, scandal, and conspiracy in the City of Angels. (Digital only)

April 30:

Dragged Across Concrete: Two hard-boiled veteran cops (Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn) attempt to hijack a bank heist after they’re suspended after a video of their strong-arm tactics is leaked to the media. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Fighting With My Family: A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment. (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD release: May 14)

Happy Death Day 2U: Tree Gelbman discovers that dying over and over was surprisingly easier than the dangers that lie ahead in this genre-bending follow-up to Blumhouse’s hit thriller “Happy Death Day.” (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 14)

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: What began as an unlikely friendship between an adolescent Viking and a fearsome Night Fury dragon has become an epic trilogy spanning their lives. In this next installment, the heroic pair finally fulfill their destinies. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 21)

Isn’t It Romantic: A young woman (Rebel Wilson) disenchanted with love mysteriously finds herself trapped inside a romantic comedy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 21)

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 3:

Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland: On July 10, 2015, Sandra Bland, a politically engaged and vibrant 28-year-old African American from Chicago, was arrested for a traffic violation in a small Texas town. After three days in custody, she was found hanging from a noose in her jail cell. This documentary is part legal thriller, part parable about race in America. (DVD: June 4)

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 Brink: An intimate look at Steve Bannon and his global mission to spread far-right nationalism. Spreading an ideology that resonates with some and ignites protest amongst others, Bannon continues to influence despite his departure from Trump’s White House. Set against a backdrop of nationwide political unrest, the documentary provides an insightful look into Bannon’s power amid the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections as he pushes his political agenda further into mainstream American culture. (DVD: June 18)

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)

Rondo: A troubled veteran is given a special drug that opens a door to a world of sex, murder, and revenge. (DVD: 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 10:

Barry Season 2: Desperate to leave his violent past behind in favor of his newfound passion, Barry is attempting to untangle himself from the world of contract killing and fully immerse himself in acting. But getting out is messy. (Digital only)

My Dad Wrote a Porno: The wildly popular British comedy podcast hits the stage for an HBO exclusive presentation at the Roundhouse in London. (Digital only)

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)

Hotel Mumbai: The true story of the Taj Hotel terrorist attack in Mumbai, India, in 2008. Hotel staff risked their lives to keep everyone safe as people make unthinkable sacrifices to protect themselves and their families. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 18)

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 17:

Momentum Generation: In the 1960s, surfing in America was known primarily as a California- and Hawaii-based phenomenon associated with surf instrumentals and Beach Boys songs. Although equipment and skills evolved, the public’s perception of surfing remained constant until the 1990s, when a group of punk rock-loving teens found its way to a house on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii. (Digital only)

My True Brilliant Friend: This companion documentary follows young actresses Margherita Mazzucco and Gaia Girace during the filming of the HBO series MY BRILLIANT FRIEND, based on Elena Ferrante’s bestselling book of the same name. (Digital only)

Home Videos : Jerrod Carmichael returns to HBO for HOME VIDEOS, an exploration into the aspects of the black experience through interviews with his family. In the first of two specials, Carmichael focuses on the strong black women in his life, returning home to North Carolina. (Digital only)

June 18:

The Beach Bum: A rebellious stoner named Moondog (Matthew McConaughey) lives life by his own rules. Directed by Harmony Korine (“Kids,” “Spring Breakers”). (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Between the Lines: The acclaimed 1977 romantic comedy about the staff of an alternative newspaper boasts early breakthrough performances by Jeff Goldblum, John Heard and Lindsay Crouse. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

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)

Fast Color: Sci-Fi film follows a young woman whose superhuman abilities keep her on the run until she finally decides to go home and search for help. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 16)

June 24:

Chernobyl : On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, Soviet Union suffered a massive explosion resulting in one of the worst human-made catastrophes in history. “Chernobyl” tells the story of the brave men and women who made incredible sacrifices to save Europe from unimaginable disaster, all the while battling a culture of disinformation. (Digital only)

June 25:

Dumbo 2019: Struggling circus owner Max Medici enlists a former star and his two children to care for Dumbo, a baby elephant born with oversized ears. When the family discovers that the animal can fly, it soon becomes the main attraction — bringing in huge audiences and revitalizing the run-down circus. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Heroes Shed No Tears: John Woo’s explosive precursor to his breakout film “A Better Tomorrow.” The Thai government hires a group of Chinese mercenaries to capture a powerful drug lord from the Golden Triangle. The mercenaries manage to capture the drug lord, but soon find themselves pursued by his forces, and the forces of a bitter Thai officer. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Little: Comedy about a business woman who is transformed into her younger self a point in her life when the pressures of adulthood become too much to bear. Stars Marsai Martin, Regina Hall and Issa Rae. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 9)

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)

Unstoppable: In this hard-hitting action-thriller from South Korea, Don Lee stars as a legendary gangster enjoying a quiet retirement. But when his wife is kidnapped, he must once again become the brutal criminal he left behind in order to get her back. (Digital only)

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)

Making Babies: After years of “manually” trying to conceive, John and Katie Kelly put their bodies, wallet and marriage through the ringer of modern infertility treatments. (VOD only)

The Quiet One: Known to the world as “the quiet one” of the group, former Rolling Stones bassist and rock and roll renaissance man Bill Wyman kept a detailed diary of every single day throughout his career. He also shot hours of film footage, took thousands of photographs and collected a vast private archive of memorabilia. Watching his previously unseen footage and hearing his stories is like going back in time to stand at Bill’s shoulder and experience his life first-hand. (VOD only)

July 2:

Breakthrough: When her 14-year-old son drowns in a lake, a faithful mother prays for him to come back from the brink of death and be healed. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 16)

Crown and Anchor:A raw look at the effects of childhood trauma through the eyes of two estranged cousins. (DVD release: Day & date)

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)

The Public: An act of civil disobedience turns into a standoff with police when homeless people in Cincinnati take over the public library to seek shelter from the bitter cold. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Shazam!: We all have a superhero inside of us — it just takes a bit of magic to bring it out. In 14-year-old Billy Batson’s case, all he needs to do is shout out one word to transform into the adult superhero Shazam. Still a kid at heart, Shazam revels in the new version of himself by doing what any other teen would do — have fun while testing out his newfound powers. But he’ll need to master them quickly before the evil Dr. Thaddeus Sivana can get his hands on Shazam’s magical abilities. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 16)

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

Silent Panic: A simple camping trip changes everything for three friends when they find a dead body in the trunk of their car, but cannot agree on whether or not to tell the police. (VOD only)

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)

Ashes: After a family’s estranged aunt passes away, they’re reluctant and creeped out to receive her cremated ashes. But when a series of supernatural misfortunes beset them, they’ll have to go through Hell to be rid of her angry spirit. (VOD, Digital only)

Hellboy: Based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola, Hellboy, caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 23)

Missing Link: Mr. Link recruits explorer Sir Lionel Frost to help find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, this trio of explorers travel the world to help their new friend. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 23)

The Professor: Black comedy stars Johnny Depp as a college professor who decides to live his last chapter with reckless abandon after being diagnosed with a terminal illness. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

July 12:

Miss Arizona: A bored ex-beautty queen housewife trapped in a less-than-ideal-marriage accepts an invitation to teach a life skills class at a women’s shelter and ends up going on a wild adventure through the Los Angeles night life. (Digital, VOD only)

The Refuge: A getaway driver finds himself in harm’s way when he gets caught up in a job involving casino heist money in the adrenaline-charged new crime thriller from Keith Sutliff. (VOD only)

Trespassers: Two dysfunctional couples rent a modern luxury desert home for the weekend hoping to sort out their messed-up lives. Just as they are about to settle in for a fun night, a neighbor turns up at their front door saying she has car trouble. And that’s when the murderous trouble really starts. (VOD only)

July 16:

Ash Is Purest White: The film, which premiered at Cannes 2018 to critical acclaim, centers on Qiao, who is in love with Bin, a local mobster. During a fight between rival gangs, Qiao fires a gun to protect Bin — which gets her sentenced to five years in prison. Upon her release, she goes looking for Bin to pick up where they left off. Begins in 2001 in the postindustrial city of Datong and then expands out into an epic narrative spanning 17 years and revealing how abstract forces shape individual lives in modern China. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Curse of La Llorona: The timeless Hispanic legend comes to terrifying life. She is The Weeping Woman and those who hear her death call in the night are doomed. She creeps in the shadows and preys on the children, desperate to replace her own. In 1970s Los Angeles, La Llorona is stalking the night — and the children. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 6)

The Intruder: A young married couple buy a beautiful house on several acres of land only to find out that the man they bought it from refuses to let go of the property. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 30)

Long Shot: Fred Flarsky (Seth Rogen), a hard-partying journalist has got it bad for Charlotte Field (Charlize Theron), his first crush turned presidential candidate. After Charlotte hires Fred as a speech writer, he’s a fish out of water on her elite team. But sparks fly as he turns her on to a wild new world of raging parties, secret rendezvous, and hilarious rule-breaking. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 30)

UglyDolls: Animated film centers around the adorably unique town of Uglyville. The film follows Moxy and her friends as they confront what it means to be different and discover that you don’t have to be perfect to be amazing. Inspired by the global plush phenomenon. (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD release: July 30)

July 19:

Supervized: Real superheroes get better with age. Tom Berenger and Beau Bridges lead this comedy centered around a group of senior superheroes spending their twilight years in a nursing home in Ireland. When Ray (Berenger) suspects foul play at the nursing home, he reassembles his old team for one last mission, proving that saving the world never gets old. (VOD, Digital only)

Sword of Trust: When Cynthia and Mary show up to collect Cynthia’s inheritance from her deceased grandfather, the only item she’s received is an antique sword that he believed to be proof that the South won the Civil War. The two attempt to unload the object to a curmudgeonly pawnshop owner Mel and his man-child sidekick Nathaniel. When Mel and Nathaniel discover there’s a black market for the relic, the two pairs reluctantly join forces to sell this rarefied “prover item” to the highest bidder. (VOD only)

July 20:

Batman: Hush: The latest animated feature from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC centers on a shadowy new villain known only as Hush, who uses Gotham’s Rogues Gallery to destroy Batman’s crime-fighting career, as well as Bruce Wayne’s personal life. (Blu-ray release: August 13)

July 23:

Pokemon Detective Pikachu: Ace detective Harry Goodman goes mysteriously missing, prompting his 21-year-old son, Tim, to find out what happened. Aiding in the investigation is Harry’s former Pokémon partner, wise-cracking, adorable super-sleuth Detective Pikachu. Finding that they are uniquely equipped to work together, as Tim is the only human who can talk with Pikachu, they join forces to unravel the tangled mystery. Based on the 2016 video game. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 6)

Poms: Uplifting comedy about a woman who forms a cheerleading squad at a retirement community. With an all-star ensemble cast led by Diane Keaton and Jacki Weaver and co-starring Pam Grier, Celia Weston and Rhea Perlman. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 6)

Rock, Paper, Scissors: Horrifying take on the hand game that pits a rehabilitated serial killer against his female neighbor. From the writer of “Friday the 13th” and the director of “Child’s Play.” (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Tolkien: The formative years of the orphaned author J.R.R. Tolkien as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 6)

July 30:

Avengers: Endgame: The climactic conclusion to an unprecedented, 11-year (and 22 film) cinematic journey in which the Avengers take one final stand against Thanos. Digital Exclusive: “Steve and Peggy: One Last Dance” explores Captain America and Peggy Carter’s bond, forged in moments from previous films that lead to a momentous choice in “Avengers: Endgame.” (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 13)

Domino: Copenhagen police officer Christian seeks justice for his partner’s murder by ISIS member Imran. Determined to hunt Imran down, Christian and Alex, a fellow cop and his late partner’s mistress, are unwittingly caught in a deadly cat-and-mouse chase with a duplicitous CIA agent who is using Imran as a pawn to trap other ISIS members. Latest film by Brian De Palma. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Surviving Confession: A disgruntled priest, conflicted with his faith, has his world turned upside down when an unlikely person enters his confessional: a quick-witted teenager, Amber. (Digital only)

Trial by Fire: Based on the true story of Cameron Todd Willingham, who was wrongfully sentenced to death in Texas for a gruesome triple homicide. (DVD release: August 13)

The White Crow: The story of famed dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s defection to the West. (DVD release: Day & date)

August 2

Madness in the Method: Jason Mewes, tired of Hollywood’s perception of him, embarks on a quest to reinvent himself as a serious actor. Upon advice from best friend Kevin Smith, Mewes tracks down a highly secretive method-acting book – with disastrous consequences. (VOD only)

August 6

Brightburn: What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more sinister? (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 20)

A Dog’s Journey: Sequel picks up where “A Dog’s Purpose” left off, and continues the tale of lovable farm dog Bailey, as he finds a new destiny and forms an unbreakable bond, and learns that some friendships transcend lifetimes. (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD release: August 20)

Godzilla: King of the Monsters: The crypto-zoological agency Monarch faces off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 27)

The Hustle: A pair of female scam artists, one low rent and the other high class, team up to take down the men who have wronged them. A female-centered remake of the 1988 film “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” (starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine), which was a remake of the 1964 film “Bedtime Story” (starring Marlon Brando and David Niven). (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 20)

Perception: When Daniel, a successful real estate developer, must evict Nina, a mysterious small-time psychic struggling to provide for her young son, the last thing he expects in return is a free reading. But when Nina senses the spirit of Daniel’s dead wife, a once-promising artist, his desire to reconnect with her quickly becomes an obsession. (Digital, VOD only)

Project Ithaca: A thrilling blend of science fiction and horror, this film follows six strangers who struggle to free themselves from an alien abduction. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Rocketman: A musical fantasy about the fantastical human story of Elton John’s breakthrough years. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 27)

Sex Trafficking In America: PBS Frontline documentary tells the stories of young women coerced into prostitution – and follows one police unit in Phoenix that’s committed to rooting it out. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Souvenir: A young film student in the early 80s becomes romantically involved with a complicated and untrustworthy man. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Sun Is Also a Star: College-bound romantic Daniel Bae and Jamaica-born pragmatist Natasha Kingsley meet—and fall for each other over one magical day amidst the fervor and flurry of New York City. Sparks immediately fly between these two strangers, but will fate be enough to take these teens from star-crossed to lucky in love? (DVD release: August 20)

Tom Lehrer: Live in Copenhagen: Tom Lehrer spent his brief, yet remarkable music career writing and performing brilliant satirical songs that entertained and enlightened millions. Biting, intelligent, and socially conscious, his songs were accessible and intimate commentaries on society and politics in the 1950s and 60s. “Tom Lehrer: Live in Copenhagen,” originally filmed for Danish television in September 1967, captures a rare concert recording. (DVD release: Day & date)

Woodstock: Three Days That Defined A Generation: Viewers get to experience one of the most influential concerts the country has ever seen with award-winning filmmaker Barak Goodman’s PBS documentary that revisits the 1969 Woodstock concert for its 50th Anniversary. (DVD release: Day & date)

August 9

Nekrotronic: A down-on-his-luck sewage worker discovers that he is part of a secret sect of magical beings who hunt down and destroy demons in the internet. (VOD only)

The Tracker: A troubled warrior returns home to solve the mystery of his family’s murder — and punish those he finds guilty. (VOD only)

August 13

All Is True: The year is 1613, and Shakespeare is acknowledged as the greatest writer of the age. But disaster strikes when his renowned Globe Theatre burns to the ground. Devastated, Shakespeare returns home to Stratford, where he must face a troubled past and a neglected family. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Banana Splits Movie: Offers a new take on the classic Hanna-Barbera characters. The film follows a boy named Harley and his family as they go to a taping of “The Banana Splits” TV show, which is supposed to be a fun-filled birthday for young Harley. But things take an unexpected turn — and the body count quickly rises. Can Harley, his mom and their new pals safely escape? (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 27)

Creating Woodstock: For three days in August 1969, nearly a half-million young people descended upon Max Yasgur’s farm in upstate New York for the rock ‘n’ roll event that defined a generation. Mythologized for 50 years, the filmmakers set the record straight with the most comprehensive examination of how the festival came to be using original interviews with key figures, rare archival footage and unearthed photographs. First-hand accounts of little known stories are woven throughout the film, such as when Jimi Hendrix was stranded at the airport and hitched a ride to the site, or when a bank manager was awoken in the middle of the night to get money to pay The Who, which then needed to be helicoptered to them before they would go on stage – much like the personal supply of strawberries that Janis Joplin required. (DVD release: July 30)

The Hog Farm Movie: In 1967, a motley group of artists, musicians and assorted freaks found themselves living on a hilltop hog farm in Southern California. In the summer of 1968 they went on the road with 40 painted buses, 2 geodesic domes, a light show, a band and the Yippee Party candidate for president, a 300-pound hog named Pigasus. This is the film of their epic journey across America, finally released after 50 years. (Digital only)

The Last Black Man in San Francisco: Sweeping story of friendship, community, and home, following two best friends as they try to find their place in a rapidly changing city. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 27)

Light of My Life: A decade after a plague has wiped out nearly all of the world’s female population, a father (Casey Affleck) and daughter live on the outskirts of what’s left of civilization. Disguising her as a boy, he struggles to protect her from newfound threats as they are forced from their home into dangerous territory. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 8)

The Marker: A criminal seeks redemption by connecting with the daughter of the woman he killed. Along the way he’s haunted by his guilt in the guise of the woman’s ghost. (Digital only)

The Other Side of Everything: For Serbian filmmaker Mila Turajlic, a locked door in her mother’s apartment in Belgrade provides the gateway to both her remarkable family history and her country’s tumultuous political inheritance. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Reflecting Skin: In the 1950’s, a young boy living with his troublesome family in rural USA fantasizes that a neighboring widow is actually a vampire, responsible for a number of disappearances in the area. Stars Viggo Mortensen and Lindsay Duncan. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Secret Life of Pets 2: The continuing story of Max and his pet friends, following their secret lives after their owners leave them for work or school each day. Max faces some major changes after his owner Katie gets married and now has a child. Meanwhile, Gidget tries to rescue Max’s favorite toy from a cat-packed apartment, and Snowball sets on a mission to free a white tiger named Hu from a circus. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 27)

The Velocipastor: After a devastating family tragedy, a priest travels to China to find deeper spirituality, but instead is endowed with an ancient ability that allows him to turn into a dinosaur. (DVD: Day & date)

August 16

Awake: A man (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) wakes up in a hospital bed with no recollection of who he is or why he is there, but quickly learns he’s the lead suspect in a series of murders and is now wanted by the police. With the help of a trusting nurse (Francesca Eastwood), he manages to stay one step ahead of the detectives hunting him down but, as he uncovers some hard truths about his past, he quickly realizes some nightmares happen after you’re awake. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 24)

August 20

The Assault: A woman and her best friend go on a crime spree to rob her husband and escape her marriage. (DVD: Day & date)

Booksmart: In this fresh, unfiltered modern comedy (directed by Olivia Wilde), best friends and academic overachievers Amy and Molly realize they’ve missed out on pretty much all fun during high school. So, on the eve of graduation, they decide to make up for lost time with one wild adventure, (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 3)

Canal Street: After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man’s father fights in court for his son’s vindication. Against all odds, they embrace their undying trust in each other and find faith in God. (DVD release: September 1)

Ma: A lonely woman befriends a group of teenagers and decides to let them party at her house. Just when the kids think their luck couldn’t get any better, things start happening that make them question the intention of their crazy host. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 3)

Men in Black: International: The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 3)

Seaside: A dramatic thriller about Daphne, a young woman who moves to the Oregon Coast with her boyfriend, Roger, when he inherits his childhood beach house, only to discover that Roger hasn’t been completely honest about his past. (Digital only)

August 23

Hot Air: A right wing talk show host’s (Steve Coogan) life takes a sudden turn when his 16 year old niece comes crashing into his life. (Digital, VOD only)

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum: Super assassin John Wick (Keanu Reeves) has a $14 million price tag on his head after killing a member of the High Table, the shadowy international assassins guild, and he now has an army of the world’s most ruthless hit men and women on his trail. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 10)

August 26

Euphoria Season 1: Follows the troubled life of 17-year-old Rue, a drug addict fresh from rehab with no plans to stay clean, and her friends: a transgender girl searching for where she belongs; a jock whose anger issues mask sexual insecurities; a football star who finds the adjustment from high school to college harder than expected; and Kat, a body-conscious teen exploring her sexuality. (Digital only)

Share: After discovering a disturbing video from a night she doesn’t remember, 16-year-old Mandy must try to figure out what happened and how to navigate the escalating fallout. (Digital only)

August 27

Aladdin: The live-action adaptation of the animated classic, starring Will Smith, Naomi Scott and Mena Massoud, coincides with the addition of the original animated classic to the Walt Disney Signature Collection (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 10)

Good (2008): 1930s Germany. Literature professor John Halder (Viggo Mortensen) channels his personal troubles into a novel that advocates compassionate euthanasia. When the book is unexpectedly enlisted by powerful political figures in support of government propaganda, Halder finds his career rising in an optimistic current of nationalism and prosperity. (Digital only)

Killers Anonymous: Tensions mount at Killers Anonymous, a support group for killers, as the members of the group try to unravel a mystery: Which one of them is responsible for the assassination attempt on a U.S. senator that has the police in the city on high alert? (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Narcissists: Oliver and Cassi, a couple from Brooklyn, spend the day apart, meandering NYC, each with their respective best friend, trying to decide whether or not they should stay together and renew their lease or call it quits after five years. (VOD only)

The Six Wives of Henry LeFay (2009): Following the unexpected death of her father Henry LeFay (Tim Allen), straight-laced daughter Barbara (Elisha Cuthbert) reluctantly returns to her familial roots in order to sort out her carefree dad’s many, many messy affairs. What starts as a dignified funeral quickly descends into chaos as Henry’s six former wives come out of the woodwork, each laying claim to various parts of the man who they all adored and reviled in equal measure. (Digital only)

Vai: The awe-inspiring film tells the story of one woman’s life in eight separate moments from the perspective of eight different Pacific Island cultures. Beautifully shot, celebratory and epic, at times heartbreaking and uplifting, “Vai” is a seamless portmanteau film directed by eight female Pacific directors, and starring eight actresses each playing the title role. (Digital only)

 

 

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