Past 2021 Digital Releases July-December

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July 2

Scenes From an Empty Church: In a locked-down NYC, two priests open their church doors to those seeking salvation during the most isolating of times. From the commonplace to the truly metaphysical, their visitors reflect the full spectrum of personal crises of spirituality. Throughout their encounters with the city’s sweetest, wildest and weirdest, the two priests learn the importance of connection, empathy and open-mindedness. (Digital, VOD)

Those Who Wish Me Dead: A teenage murder witness finds himself pursued by twin assassins in the Montana wilderness with a survival expert tasked with protecting him — and a forest fire threatening to consume them all. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 3)

July 6

Dark Spell: Zhenya, a young wife and mother, is heartbroken after her husband leaves her. Desperate, she tampers with the forces of reality by employing sinister magic — in the form of a spell called “Black Wedding” — to bring him back into her arms. Sure enough, her husband returns to her … but his renewed love for Zhenya has become twisted into something far more obsessive and frightening. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Nightmare Wakes: Based on the timeless novel and the birth of one of cinema’s most iconic monsters. While composing her famous novel “Frankenstein,” Mary Shelley descends into an opium-fueled fever dream and carries on a torrid love affair at a remote lake house. As she writes, the characters of her novel come to life and begin to plague her relationship, forcing everyone—including herself—to question her sanity. (DVD: Day & date)

Ran: The sweeping action epic from legendary director Akira Kurosawa (“Rashomon,” “Seven Samurai”) gets a stunning 4K transfer. (Digital)

July 9

The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2: When best selling author Carl Black moves his family back to his childhood home, he must team up with oddball neighbors to do battle with a pimp, who may or may not be an actual vampire. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 10)

July 13

Downeast: A story of love, loss, and redemption that dives into the often ignored seedy underbelly of Maine. The film combines crime, revenge, and the hope for a new life. (Digital, VOD: iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Comcast, Spectrum, and Cox)

Ghost Master: A Japanese horror-comedy that follows Akira Kurosawa, a nerdy assistant director working on the set of a low budget rom-com at an abandoned school. Burnt out on campy teen dramas, Akira dreams of becoming the ultimate horror master. When a conflict with the director causes half the cast to strike, Akira is left in charge of the production. Ditching the scheduled project and pivoting to his own horror script, titled “Ghost Master,” Akira is shocked when his evil screenplay comes to life and begins possessing the cast. (VOD)

Held: A couple’s ailing marriage is put to the test when they are held hostage in an isolated vacation rental by an unseen Voice that commands their every move. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Quiet Place: Part II: Following the deadly events at home in “A Quiet Place,” the Abbott family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe) must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 27)

Spiral: From the Book of Saw: A criminal mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw. Working in the shadow of his father, an esteemed police veteran (Samuel L. Jackson), brash Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks (Chris Rock) and his rookie partner (Max Minghella) take charge of a grisly investigation into murders that are eerily reminiscent of the city’s gruesome past. (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD release: July 20)

July 16

How to Deter a Robber: During Christmas in a desolate Northern Wisconsin town, a stubborn young woman and her naïve boyfriend get more than they bargained for when they walk into the wrong cabin. They’re soon forced to face off against a pair of amateur house burglars and protect themselves with “Home Alone”-style booby traps in this darkly comedic romp. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Digital, VOD)

The Rebels of PT-218: Based on a true story. Follows the intrepid crew of an American torpedo boat, one of the first to encounter action in the Mediterranean Theater at the height of WWII. Stars Eric Roberts, William Baldwin, Geoff Meed and Danny Trejo. (Digital)

Sleepless Unrest: The world-famous house that inspired the Conjuring film has recently been sold and is now open to paranormal investigations. With special access, a small group of filmmakers and paranormal investigators are allowed to move into the famously haunted home for two weeks in hopes of capturing evidence. (VOD)

July 20

Fire: Drama follows a battle-tested team sent to the scene of a forest fire deep in the Russian interior. As the inferno engulfs everything in its path, Alexey will have to learn to rely on Roman, as the firefighters all band together to save a village and its residents from total destruction. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Here Today: When veteran comedy writer Charlie Burnz (Billy Crystal) meets New York singer Emma Payge (Tiffany Haddish), they form an unlikely yet hilarious and touching friendship that kicks the generation gap aside and redefines the meaning of love and trust. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 3)

House of Quarantine: Nine people have been locked down together in a house while trying to shoot a movie. Unknowingly, one of their group is infected with COVID-19. The next three weeks become a life and death struggle for survival with no help from the outside amidst a global pandemic and national chaos. (VOD)

Hydra: After retiring as an assassin, Takashi leads a quiet life as a chef at a sushi bar, where he secretly watches over the daughter of a former associate. His peace is short-lived: soon, he is recruited for a final job that he simply can’t refuse. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Room 9: Forty years ago, Room 9 of the Johnson/Bedford Inn, located in a remote small town, was the site of a gruesome double murder. Decades later, with the town terrorized once again by a string of bloody ritual killings, a mysterious woman named Star arrives to investigate and suffers bizarre flashbacks related to the inn’s slayings. (DVD release: Day & date)

Victim of Love: The Copenhagen streets lead to the doorway of hell in Jesper Isaksen’s stylish horror thriller. Charly (Rudi Køhnke) has unwillingly returned to his hometown Copenhagen in order to search for his American girlfriend Amy, who disappeared under strange circumstances at a hotel. Charly decides to revisit the hotel but is soon distracted by possible criminal activities in the room next door, by the tempting bartender Felicia (Siff Andersson) and his own faltering sense of judgment. (Apple TV, DirecTV, Google Play, Prime Video, FandangoNOW and more; DVD: August 10)

July 23

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It: A chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases from their files, it starts with a fight for the soul of a young boy, then takes them beyond anything they’d ever seen before, to mark the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 24)

Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard: The world’s most lethal odd couple — bodyguard Michael Bryce and hit man Darius Kincaid — are back for another life-threatening mission. Still unlicensed and under scrutiny, Bryce is forced into action by Darius’s even more volatile wife. Soon, all three are in over their heads when a madman’s sinister plot threatens to leave Europe in total chaos. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 17)

Midnight in the Switchgrass: While in Florida on another case, FBI agents Helter (Bruce Willis) and Lombardo (Megan Fox) cross paths with state cop Crawford (Emile Hirsch), who’s investigating a string of female murders that appear to be related. Lombardo and Crawford team up for an undercover sting, but it goes horribly wrong, plunging Lombardo into grave danger and pitting Crawford against a serial killer in a twisted game of cat and mouse. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 27)

July 27

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two: The killer known as Holiday continues to stalk the Falcone crime family while a new class of costumed criminal rises in Gotham City. Batman suspects that a former ally might be the serial killer. (Blu-ray release: August 10)

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway: In this live-action/CGI family film, Thomas and Bea are now married and living with Peter and his rabbit family. Bored of life in the garden, Peter goes to the big city, where he meets shady characters and ends up creating chaos for the whole family. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 24)

Profile: A British journalist goes undercover to infiltrates the online propaganda channels of the so-called Islamic State, only to be sucked in by her recruiter. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 10)

7 Short Films About (Our) Marriage: A tempestuous romantic drama in seven vignettes that chronicles an interracial marriage, telling a story of turmoil and tenderness as two people try to make their relationship last. (VOD: Amazon Prime Video, Peacock, Apple TV, Google Play, Vimeo, YouTube)

July 30

In the Heights: A film version of the Broadway musical (by Lin-Manuel Miranda) in which Usnavi, a sympathetic New York bodega owner, saves every penny every day as he imagines and sings about a better life. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 31)

Masquerade: Eleven-year-old Casey is home alone — until a group of intruders, led by Rose (Bella Thorne), break in. They plan to steal her family’s priceless collection of artwork, and Casey must struggle to survive as the stakes grow ever higher and the invaders prove themselves willing to stop at nothing to get what they want. (VOD, Digital)

Tailgate: A cocksure, road-raging family man finds himself pursued and terrorized by the vengeful van driver he chooses to tailgate in this Dutch thriller. (Digital, VOD)

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August 3

About Endlessness: Showcasing seemingly insignificant or historical moments, whether playful, sorrowful, simple, lighthearted or heavy, “About Endlessness” beautifully captures what it means to be human as it delicately wanders into the day-to-day lives of everyday people. (Apple TV, Google Play, Prime Video, FandangoNOW)

Fireboys: Fireboys is the untold story of young men incarcerated in California who are offered a way out: by fighting wildfires. Immersive and personal, this coming-of-age story examines a correctional path that is both hopeful and destructive. (Digital, VOD)

Hum: When a mysterious and impenetrable Chest opens for the first time, a young man becomes inexplicably trapped in the woods along with his spiteful mentor and a strange woman with ties to a local cult. (Digital, VOD)

Lucky: Life takes a sudden turn for a popular self-help book author when she finds herself the target of a mysterious man with murderous intentions. Every night without fail, he comes after her, and every day the people around her barely seem to notice. With no one to turn to, she is pushed to her limits and must take matters into her own hands. (DVD release: Day & date)

Luca: Set in a seaside town on the Italian Riviera, Disney and Pixar’s “Luca” is a coming-of-age story about a young boy experiencing an unforgettable summer. Luca shares his amazing adventures with his friend Alberto, but their fun is threatened by a deeply held secret: They’re sea monsters from a world below the water’s surface. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Mondo Hollywoodland: Follows a mushroom dealer and a man from the 5th dimension as they look for all things groovy and the meaning of “mondo” in Los Angeles. Along the way, these two encounter the various factions of Hollywood as they all bumble through psychedelic-fueled introspection. (Digital, VOD)

On the Trail of UFOs: Dark Sky: Explores decades of reports of unusual craft and lights seen in the skies, and delves into some of the more overlooked aspects of the subject such as men in black, the connection between UFOs and energy sources and encounters with a mysterious being called “Cold.” (iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu and FandangoNOW)

Pooling to Paradise: an indie comedy about a ride share that turns into an unexpected road trip to Paradise, NV. Four strangers, each at a cross-worlds in their lives, find unexpected connections that change their view on life. (DVD release: Day & date – Walmart only)

A Savage Nature: A lonely waitress is desperate to escape her small town and repair her marriage to her deputy sheriff husband. On the evening of their wedding anniversary, the troubled couple attempts to make a fresh start, but things take an unexpected turn when sinister strangers invade their home. As the night unfolds, loyalties shift, secrets spill, and lives shatter. (VOD, Digital)

August 4

F9: The Fast Saga: Dom and the crew must take on an international terrorist who turns out to be Dom and Mia’s estranged brother. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 21)

August 6

Night Drive: Russell is a driver in Los Angeles who’s reeling from a series of bad decisions. While his life seems to be caught in a downward spiral, a business proposition from an alluring but enigmatic passenger named Charlotte proves too good to turn down. A simple ride turns deadly, catapulting Russell into an even darker place, but Charlotte may be the key to a second chance he thought he’d never have … if he can make it through the night. (Digital, VOD)

Notorious Nick: Even though he was born with a partial left arm, Nick Newell (Cody Christian) dreams of being a fighter. After wrestling in high school, Nick becomes a fierce competitor when his best friend, Abi, introduces him to mixed martial arts. Suddenly, a tragedy provides Nick with an unexpected opportunity, but to succeed he must commit to becoming the fighter he always hoped to be (DVD: August 17)

Whirlybird: Soaring above the chaotic spectacle of 80s and 90s Los Angeles, a young couple revolutionized breaking news with their brazen helicopter reporting and their action-packed live coverage of monumental moments in the history of L.A., including the 1992 riots and the O.J. Simpson Ford Bronco chase in 1994. (VOD)

August 10

Black Widow: Natasha Romanoff (Johansson) confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises in the first film in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 14)

Crime Story: When ex-mob boss Ben Myers (Richard Dreyfuss) is targeted in a home robbery, he goes on a deadly rampage of vengeance. But with his family caught in the cross hairs, Myers must finally face the consequences of his dark past in this crime thriller. (VOD, Digital)

Dark Stories: What if demons, the living dead, evil dolls, and other supernatural creatures came to haunt our apartments, houses, cafes, museums and other places of daily life? How would you get through it? What would you do to stay alive? Here are five tales of gripping terror: A lone mother is attacked by a bloodthirsty creepy doll … and to keep it from killing her sleeping son, she must use all her imagination to distract it with horror stories. (DVD release: Day & date)

Dreambuilders: Animated feature from Denmark centers on Minna, a young girl who misuses her newfound ability to create and control other people’s dreams to teach her bothersome stepsister a lesson. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 24)

Joe Bell: The true story of a small town, working class father who embarks on a solo walk across the U.S. to crusade against bullying after his son is tormented in high school for being gay. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 19)

August 17

After the End: A suspenseful story of life after a viral pandemic. After years on his own in a post-pandemic Oklahoma, a 17 year-old doomsday prepper meets a pregnant girl who brings companionship, but also the danger of a gun-wielding group of survivors hellbent on building a new world. (DVD release: Day & date)

Fast Vengeance: Upon hearing of his brother’s death, Shen returns to his old stomping grounds to find the men responsible and take justice into his own hands. He learns that a biker named Cobra and his ferocious gang, The Midnight Squad, were the ones responsible … but to get anywhere close to them, he must enter the dark, turbulent realm of underground motorcycle racing. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Land of the Owls: Follows a pair of Brooklyn couples working through their relationship issues at an upstate retreat. In the isolation of the Catskill Mountains, the retreat leader pushes the couples through a weekend of exercises that force them out of their calcified comfort zones to have a chance to rebuild their partnerships – or to leave them behind. (Apple TV, iTunes, Amazon)

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins: A “G.I. Joe” spin-off centered around the character of Snake Eyes. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 19)

Spirit Untamed: An animated story of adventure, family and friendship. Free-spirited Lucky Prescott moves to Miradero to join her estranged father, but she’s decidedly unimpressed with the sleepy town until she discovers a unique tie to her late mother who was a fearless horse-riding stunt performer. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 31)

Summer of 85: From one of France’s most prolific and versatile filmmakers, François Ozon (“Potiche,” “Frantz,” “Swimming Pool”), comes this acclaimed reverie on first love and the impassioned influence it holds over those who experience it. It’s based the landmark 1982 LGBT young adult novel “Dance on My Grave” by British author Aidan Chambers. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 31)

The Truffle Hunters: Deep in the forests of Piedmont, Italy, a handful of men, 70 or 80 years young, hunt for the rare and expensive white Alba truffle—which to date has resisted all of modern science’s efforts at cultivation. They’re guided by a secret culture and training passed down through generations, as well as by the noses of their cherished and expertly trained dogs. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

August 19

The Green Knight: This fantasy adventure based on the timeless Arthurian legend tells the story of Sir Gawain (Dev Patel), King Arthur’s reckless and headstrong nephew, who embarks on a daring quest to confront the eponymous Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men. (VOD: Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Vudu, YouTube and more)

August 20

Habit: L.A. party girl Mads (Bella Thorne) gets a gig running drugs for Eric, a washed-up Hollywood star. When their cash gets stolen and Eric is slain by a rival drug lord, Mads and her two sexy BFFs hide out by dressing up as nuns. But in spite of their costumes, these bad girls are no angels. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 24)

August 24

Final Frequency: Rogue scientists are bent on stealing Nikola Tesla’s most secret formulas to manufacture the Mother of all Earthquakes and collapse downtown Los Angeles during the G-20 World Summit. The “Voice of God” weapon can control or destroy human minds. Innocent PhD student Esther is caught in the crosshairs as she and a gang of determined misfits battle to save her beloved professor and the world. (VOD)

The Forever Room: When a woman wakes up to find herself shackled in a basement with no memory of how she got there, her horror is amplified when she discovers that her captor is her own mother. Plagued by her slipping mental state, she is soon beset by strange apparitions and frightening experiences. (iTunes, Apple TV, Google Play, Prime Video, FandangoNOW, Vudu)

Funhouse: When eight celebrities from around the globe are invited to compete in an online reality show, they soon realize that they are playing for their very lives, as those voted off suffer horrific consequences — broadcast live to the entire world. (Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, FandangoNOW, DirecTV, and more; DVD release: Day & date)

Jurassic Hunt: In this sci-fi thriller, female adventurer Parker joins a crew of male trophy hunters in a remote wilderness park. Their goal: slaughter genetically recreated dinosaurs for sport using rifles, arrows, and grenades. After their guide is killed by raptors, the team tries to escape the park – but the hunters quickly become the hunted. (DVD release: Day & date)

August 27

The Colony: Set in the distant future, a female astronaut, shipwrecked on the long-decimated Earth, must decide the fate of the wasteland’s remaining populace. (Digital, VOD)

August 31

The Boss Baby: Family Business: The Templeton brothers have become adults and drifted away from each other, but a new boss baby with a cutting-edge approach is about to bring them together again – and inspire a new family business in this sequel to 2017’s “The Boss Baby.” (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 14)

Fear and Loathing in Aspen: The true story of an American band of misfits using establishment rules to challenge establishment rule, “Fear and Loathing in Aspen” is based on author and activist Hunter S. Thompson’s 1970 campaign for Sheriff of Aspen, Colorado, which centered around police reform and environmental justice. Written and directed by Bobby Kennedy III and starring Jay Bulger, Cheryl Hines, Amaryllis Fox and Laird Macintosh. (Digital, VOD)

Jungle Cruise: Seeking an ancient tree with healing abilities, Dr. Lily Houghton (Emily Blunt) and wisecracking skipper Frank Wolff (Dwayne Johnson) team up for an adventure down the Amazon. Amidst danger and supernatural forces lurking in the jungle, secrets of the lost tree unfold as their fate – and mankind’s – hangs in the balance. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 16)

Steel Song: Documentary intimately follows the lives of women who fight in an extreme and full-contact sport, Medieval Armored Combat. (Digital, VOD)

12 Mighty Orphans: Haunted by his mysterious past, a devoted high school football coach leads a scrawny team of orphans to the state championship during the Great Depression and inspires a broken nation along the way. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Wake: LGBTQ family drama follows a religious family as they gather to mourn the loss of one of their own, resulting in a clash between the children and parents, and revelations that will shake them all to their cores. (iTunes/Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu; DVD release: Day & date)

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September 3

The Gateway: A down-on-his-luck social worker finds himself in over his head when he tries to protect his client from her recently paroled husband, and save the family from the violent threat of the maniacal drug dealer and his crew. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 7)

Space Jam: A New Legacy: In this live-action/animated remake, a rogue artificial intelligence kidnaps the son of famed basketball player LeBron James, who then has to work with Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes to win a basketball game. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 5)

Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman: Set in a gritty and decadent 1970s America, the film follows elusive and charming killer Ted Bundy and the manhunt that brought him to justice, involving the detective and the FBI rookie who coined the phrase “serial killer.” (Digital)

September 7

Black Magic Live: Stripped: Journey behind the scenes of Las Vegas’ only black male revue show and uncover the often complicated lives of its male strippers with this no-holds-barred documentary. (Digital, VOD)

SLAXX: A possessed pair of jeans is brought to life to punish the unscrupulous practices of a trendy clothing company. Shipped to the company’s flagship store, the killer jeans proceed to wreak carnage on staff who are locked in overnight to set up the new collection. (DVD release: Day & date)

September 10

Catch the Bullet: Britt MacMasters, a U.S. Marshal, returns from a mission to find his father wounded and his son, Chad, kidnapped by the outlaw Jed Blake. Hot on their trail, Britt forms a posse with a gunslinging deputy and a stoic Pawnee tracker. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 14)

September 14

Censor: Enid, a film censor, takes pride in her meticulous work, guarding unsuspecting audiences against the deleterious effects of watching the gore-filled decapitations and eye-gouging she pores over. Her sense of duty to protect is amplified by guilt over her inability to recall details of the long-ago disappearance of her sister, recently declared dead in absentia. When Enid is assigned to review a disturbing film from the archive that echoes her hazy childhood memories, she begins to unravel how this eerie work might be tied to her past. (DVD release: Day & date)

Chompy & the Girls: The story of a troubled and depressed young woman who meets her father for the first time – an encounter that goes from awkward to alarming when they witness a man swallow a little girl whole. This terrifying event sends them on a wild ride full of interdimensional entities, scary little girls, and crippling insecurities about the future. (Digital, VOD)

Divine Love (Brazil): “Divine Love” is an unusual take on a future religion that is full of dance parties, ritualistic orgies, cults and Evangelical Christianity, as well as a critique of today’s right-wing led Brazil. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Forever Purge: All the rules are broken as a sect of lawless marauders decides that the annual Purge does not stop at daybreak and instead should never end. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 28)

The Influencer: Abbie Rose is a popular social-media influencer known for her lifestyle, fashion and makeup videos. One night she signs a coveted contract with Nutrocon, a notorious cosmetic company known to pollute, test on animals and treat female workers unfairly. Immediately, she’s taken down and tied up in her home by a group of masked activists. (iTunes/Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu, FandangoNOW; DVD release: Day & date)

Lady Usher: Suspense/thriller based on the short story “The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe. This updated re-telling possesses the quintessential features of the Gothic: a large dreary house, strange macabre characters with doubled personalities and a mysterious sickness. (DVD release: October 12)

The Shawshank Redemption: The story of Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), a prominent banker unjustly convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment at Maine’s Shawshank Prison. He’s befriended by convict Red (Morgan Freeman) who’s been in long enough to know the ropes and helps him cope with the frightening realities of prison life. As the two men grow closer, so does the sense of hope that can truly set them free. (Digital, VOD)

Shelter in Place: When a global pandemic limits the possibility of travel, a honeymooning couple gets stranded at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel where a skeleton staff of two employees tend to them. When tensions escalate amidst a forced lockdown, it becomes apparent there is more to fear at the storied hotel than just cabin fever. (Digital, VOD)

Skinwalker: The Howl of the Rougarou: Documentary on the mythical skinwalkers (werewolves) that have haunted the Louisiana swamps and bayous for 400 years. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

What She Said: When a young woman decides to drop the charges against her rapist after a year of courtroom proceedings that have led nowhere, her friends and siblings gather to stage a Thanksgiving intervention. (Digital)

September 17

Lady of the Manor: An aimless ne’er-do-well (Melanie Lynskey) becomes a tour guide in a historic estate and winds up befriending the manor’s resident ghost. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 21)

The Suicide Club: Supervillains Harley Quinn, Bloodsport, Peacemaker and a collection of nutty cons at Belle Reve prison join the super-secret, super-shady Task Force X as they are dropped off at the remote, enemy-infused island of Corto Maltese. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 26)

September 21

“Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away: Captures the story of George “Buddy” Guy, who transcended his early years as a sharecropper in Lettsworth, Louisiana in the 1940s to become one of the most influential guitarists of all time. (Digital, VOD)

Hudson: After learning about his mother’s death, Hudson, a reclusive but charming man, embarks on a journey with his distant cousin to scatter his mother’s ashes in the Hudson Valley. Along the way they meet an unusual hitchhiker and their simple road trip turns into a dysfunctional adventure of self discovery, mini-golf, and broken Volvos. (Digital)

Little Vampire: Little Vampire has been 10 years old for the last 300 years. Despite living in a haunted house with a merry group of monsters, he is bored to death. His dream? Going to school to meet other kids. Unfortunately, his parents won’t let him leave the mansion, because they believe the outside world is way too dangerous! (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 5)

Night of the Animated Dead: Revisit George A. Romero’s 1968 horror classic “Night of the Living Dead” in this altogether unprecedented animated presentation. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 5)

The Protege: Rescued as a child by the legendary assassin Moody (Samuel L. Jackson), Anna (Maggie Q) is the world’s most skilled contract killer. When Moody is brutally killed, she vows revenge for the man who taught her everything she knows. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 19)

This Is the Night: Set in the summer of 1982 with its backdrop the release of “Rocky III.” The story tells of an average teen who embarks on a quest in his Rocky Balboa-obsessed town that swirls in his family members. Stars Naomi Watts and Frank Grillo. (Digital, VOD)

September 24

Chernobyl 1986: The first major Russian feature film about the aftermath of the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power station, when hundreds of people sacrificed their lives to clean up the site of the catastrophe, and to successfully prevent an even bigger disaster that could have turned a large part of the European continent into an uninhabitable exclusion zone. The unlikely hero of the film is Alexey, a fireman at the power station. (Digital)

Time Is Up: A highly accomplished student with a passion for physics and keen to get into a prestigious American university meets up with a troubled and problematic young man who, due to a trauma suffered as a child, sees his desires continually hindered by a past that seems to constantly haunt him. (Digital, VOD)

Venus As a Boy: A struggling artist, living a life in limbo between who he is and who he wants to be, is interrupted by a beautiful woman who forces him to choose. (VOD)

September 28

Free Guy: A bank teller (Ryan Reynolds) who discovers he is actually a background player in an open-world video game decides to become the hero of his own story – one he rewrites himself. Now, in a world where there are no limits, he is determined to be the guy who saves his world his way – before it’s too late. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 12)

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain: Chef, writer, adventurer, provocateur: Anthony Bourdain lived his life unabashedly. This documentary is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at how an anonymous chef became a world-renowned cultural icon. (DVD release: October 12)

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October 1

The Addams Family 2: Morticia and Gomez are distraught that their children are growing up, skipping family dinners, and totally consumed with “scream time.” To reclaim their bond they decide to cram Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester and the crew into their haunted camper and hit the road for one last miserable family vacation. (VOD: Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu, DirecTV, Spectrum, Xfinity)

American Night: A neo-noir set in the New York City’s corrupt contemporary art world where the art dealer John Kaplan (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) and the ruthless head of New York’s mafia, Michael Rubino (Emile Hirsch), fight for money, art, power and love. (Digital, VOD: Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Google Play and Vudu)

Coming Home In the Dark: A family’s idyllic outing at an isolated coastline descends into terror when a high school teacher, his wife and two stepsons come across a pair of murderous drifters who thrust them into a nightmare road trip. (VOD)

Reminiscence: Nick Bannister (Hugh Jackman), a private investigator of the mind, navigates the darkly alluring world of the past by helping his clients access lost memories. Living on the fringes of the sunken Miami coast, his life is forever changed when he takes on a new client, Mae (Rebecca Ferguson), but a simple matter of lost and found becomes a dangerous obsession. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 9)

October 5

The Amityville Moon: What if a house of holiness turned out to be a haven of evil? As Alyssa and Karla try to escape from the church home that holds them captive, Karla is slaughtered by a vicious, semi-human creature. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Because of Charley: An estranged racially-mixed stepfamily reluctantly gathers at a Central Florida home for an anniversary party, fully intending to keep the visit brief – but Hurricane Charley takes an unexpected turn that changes everything. (Digital, VOD)

Fried Barry: Barry is a drug-addled degenerate who, after yet another bender, gets abducted by aliens. Barry takes a backseat as his alien visitor assumes control of his body and takes it for a joyride through Cape Town in an onslaught of drugs, sex and violence. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Night House: A widow (Rebecca Hall) begins to uncover her recently deceased husband’s disturbing secrets after receiving visions of a presence in the house calling to her, beckoning her with a ghostly allure. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 19)

Old: M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller follows a family on a tropical holiday who discover that the secluded beach where they are relaxing for a few hours is somehow causing them to age rapidly … reducing their entire lives into a single day. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 19)

Paul Newman – The Paul Newman Trilogy: Three early live TV performances starring Paul Newman as a college kid, a clothing manufacturer, and a cowardly soldier. Produced by David Susskind for inclusion in various TV anthology series, these shows have not be seen since their original air dates in 1956-57. Featuring all star casts, headed by Paul Newman and starring Jack Lord, Nehemiah Persoff, Sydney Pollack, and Frank Campanella, each episode contains the original commercials and previews of future shows. (DVD: Day & date)

The Power and the Glory: The Graham Greene novel that made the world gasp, about a priest who somehow stumbled onto the road to martyrdom. In the 1930s, a cynical Catholic priest is sent to Mexico to preach in post-revolution Mexico: a cleric who risks his life by continuing to conduct the Catholic Mass in secret after the totalitarian government has outlawed the Catholic Church. (DVD: Day & date)

Saving Sloane: After spoiled city girl Sloane Emerson gets in trouble yet again, her wealthy parents send her off to the country. There, the rebellious teen ends up forming a bond with the last thing in the world she would’ve thought – a horse. (DVD release: Day & date)

Spring Blossom: A charming debut feature from 20-year-old Suzanne Lindon offers a bold and exploratory twist on a coming-of-age tale. Lindon plays Suzanne, a 16-year-old student daydreaming through a mundane high-school spring. While walking home, she catches sight of a handsome theater actor, similarly lost in his own thoughts. They’re intrigued by each other, and their conversations eventually whisk them into a world of their own, which Lindon brings to life with freewheeling musical numbers and oneiric vignettes. (iTunes/Apple, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Microsoft Xbox, VUDU, InDemand, DirecTV, FandangoNOW: DVD release: Day & date)

Sunset on the River Styx: A chance meeting of two morose lovers sends them spiraling down a surreal rabbit hole. Their relationship is challenged by their pasts, their futures, their perception of time, and a vampire death cult. (VOD)

October 8

Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman: Based on Aileen Wuornos’s — America’s most notorious female serial killer — early life. In 1976 a young Aileen arrives in Florida searching for a new life that will help her escape her tragic past but, tormented by inner demons, she surrenders to her murderous impulses and wreaks havoc in the peaceful seaside community of Deland, Florida. (Digital)

American Insurrection: After a powerful militia seizes control of the U.S., a group of friends attempt to escape the escalating violence and oppression. (Digital, VOD)

The Secret of Sinchanee: An industrial tow truck driver suffering from insomnia returns to his childhood home after the untimely death of his father, to discover that a paranormal presence has been living in the house and haunting the sacred land it was built on. (Digital, VOD: Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Comcast, Spectrum, Cox and more)

Survive the Game: When cop David (Bruce Willis) is injured in a drug bust gone wrong, his partner, Cal, pursues the two criminals who shot him to a remote farm owned by troubled vet. As Cal and Eric plot their defense, more of the gang arrives — along with a wounded David — and, outnumbered, the three heroes must use stealth, smarts, and marksmanship to take down the drug-dealing mob. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 12)

October 12

Don’t Breathe 2: Hiding out for years in an isolated cabin, Norman Nordstrom has taken in and raised a young girl orphaned from a house fire. Their quiet existence is shattered when a group of kidnappers show up and take the girl, forcing Norman to leave his safe haven to save her. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 26)

The Invisible Mother: The story of a lesbian stoner, Marcy, and her grandparents, who are being tormented by the psychedelic spirits of an old photo album. (VOD)

Killing Eleanor: A terminally ill old lady who wants to die on her own terms convinces a self destructive addict to help kill her in exchange for clean urine. (Digital, VOD)

Lust Life Love: A star-crossed love story set in the world of polyamory and sex parties in New York City. (Digital, VOD)

Stillwater: A dramatic thriller follows an American oil-rig roughneck from Oklahoma (Matt Damon) who travels to Marseilles to visit his estranged daughter, in prison for a murder she claims she did not commit. Confronted with language barriers, cultural differences, and a complicated legal system, he builds a new life for himself in France as he makes it his personal mission to exonerate his daughter. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 26)

October 15

Dear Evan Hansen: The breathtaking, generation-defining Broadway hit became a movie, with Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award winner Ben Platt reprising his role as an anxious, isolated high schooler aching for understanding and belonging amid the chaos and cruelty of the social-media age. (VOD only)

Needle in a Timestack: Nick and Janine live in marital bliss until Janine’s ex-husband warps time to try to tear them apart. As Nick’s memories disappear, he must decide what he’s willing to sacrifice in order to hold onto – or let go of – everything he loves. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 19)

October 19

A Case of Blue: Recently retired Richard Flicker gets a second chance at romance when he attends a life-drawing class in New York City and encounters free-spirited Amelia, who is the spitting image of a long-lost love from decades ago. (Digital, VOD only)

Dashcam: A psychological thriller following Jake, a reclusive news editor, who is inadvertently sent secret dashcam video evidence that points to a possible conspiracy and cover-up involving high-ranking government officials. (VOD only)

Escape From Mogadishu: Based on a true story. As civil war rages in Mogadishu, rival North and South Korean diplomats are left trapped. With no aid from either government, their only shot at survival may require uniting with bitter adversaries to escape. (Digital)

Fear PHarm 2: Picks up where “Fear PHarm” left off. After fighting for her life within a corn field maze and trying to outrun a number of murderous psychos, Melanie (Tuttle) has regained consciousness to discover that she is now being held hostage by the Walker family, so they can continue to harvest her skin for their breakthrough skin care cream. (Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, FandangoNOW, DirecTV and more; DVD release: Day & date)

Mandibles: Simple-minded friends Jean-Gab and Manu embark on the adventure of their friendship. After stealing a beat-up Mercedes in order to deliver a mysterious briefcase to an unknown recipient, the friends find more than they bargained for when they hear a buzzing, thumping noise coming from the trunk of the car. When they open it, they find a gigantic fly trapped inside, and the pair decide to forgo their original mission and instead focus on training the fly to carry out robberies for them in hopes of making a ton of cash. (VOD)

Mothers of the Revolution: On September 5th, 1981, a group of women came together to change the world. These women marched from Wales to Berkshire to protest nuclear weapons being kept at RAF Greenham Common. The Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp that followed challenged world leaders and went on to inspire millions as the world’s first and biggest female-only demonstration, preceded only by the suffragettes. (Digital only)

A Nomad River: A blend of fictional and non-fictional narrative that looks at the world through a civilizational lens. This is a personal struggle of four ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, as they travel across India, an ancient civilization struggling with climate change, water crisis, poverty, and hygiene issues. (Digital, VOD)

Respect: The remarkable true story of Aretha Franklin’s journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of 1960s America. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 9

Slumber Party Massacre: A contemporary, twist-filled reimagining of the 1982 cult classic from Roger Corman and Amy Holden Jones. A slumber party turns into a bloodbath when a power drill-wielding psychopath disrupts the fun. (Digital, VOD only)

The Weasels’ Tale (2019 — Argentina): A group of four old friends consisting of a film director, a film writer, an actress and her husband share a big house in the country. Their coexistence is menaced by a young couple who resourcefully and deceitfully seek to get them to sell the house to develop a real estate project of their own. (DVD release: Day & date)

October 22

At the Ready: Documentary about a group of senior high school students training to become police officers and Border Patrol agents at El Paso’s Horizon High School, near the U.S./Mexico border. (VOD only)

Malignant: A woman is paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders, and her torment worsens as she discovers that these waking dreams are in fact terrifying realities. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 30)

Old Henry: An elevated action-Western about a widowed farmer and his son who warily take in a mysterious, injured man with a satchel of cash. When a posse of men claiming to be the law come for the money, the farmer must decide whom to trust. Defending against a siege of his homestead, he reveals a talent for gunslinging that surprises everyone, calling his true identity into question. (Blu-ray release: November 9)

The Subject: Follows a successful white documentary filmmaker as he deals with the fallout from his last film, which caught the murder of a Black teen on tape. While he shoots a new doc series for a major network, someone films his every move, threatening his idyllic life. (Digital, VOD)

October 26

Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster: This captivating new documentary sheds light on William Henry Pratt (better known by his stage name, Boris Karloff) as Hollywood’s master of menace, as well as his films, his legend and the fears that haunted him through his life. (Digital, VOD)

Language Lessons: When Adam’s (Mark Duplass) husband surprises him with weekly Spanish lessons, he’s unsure about where or how this new element will fit into his already structured life. But when tragedy strikes, his Spanish teacher, Cariño (Natalie Morales), becomes a lifeline he didn’t know he needed. (Digital, VOD)

Skull: The Mask: After disappearing over 50 years ago, an ancient artifact known as the Mask of Anhangá resurfaces at an archaeological dig in the Amazon. It is brought to Sao Paulo to be exhibited at a museum, but before reaching its destination, the Mask starts to claim its victims as it possesses and forces them to carry out visceral sacrifices in gruesome fashion. (DVD release: Day & date)

Time Now: Mystery-thriller. Several years after a falling out with her family in Detroit, a young woman returns to the city she grew up in to mourn the sudden death of her twin brother. (VOD only)

October 29

ROH: Malaysian genre film: Cut off from civilization, a single mother puts her children on high alert when they bring home a strange young girl caked in clay. She tells of spirits and spirit hunters and after spending the night she delivers an ominous prophecy: the family will all soon die. As strangers begin to show up on her doorstep, and terrible events crop up around them, she quickly finds another reason to fear the forest. (Digital, VOD only)

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November 2

Bigfoot Famous: When a viral video of Bigfoot emerges, a once-popular influencer goes on a mission to film a video with Bigfoot and regain her fame. (Digital, VOD only)

Candyman: For decades, the housing projects of Chicago’s Cabrini-Green were terrorized by a ghost story about a supernatural, hook-handed killer. In present day, a visual artist (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) begins to explore the macabre history of Candyman, not knowing it would unravel his sanity and unleash a terrifying wave of violence that puts him on a collision course with destiny. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 16)

Electric Jesus: A coming-of-age rock-and-roll comedy that follows the ill-fated exploits of a religious hair metal band during the summer of 1986. (Digital only)

Escape From Death Block 13: After the death of his brother, Mick Kovacs travels to America to seek justice. Framed for attempted murder, he is sent to the notorious Pleasant Hill Penitentiary, where his rage ignites an explosive riot as he makes a daring escape. (DVD: November 23)

The Eyes of Tammy Faye: An intimate look at the extraordinary rise, fall and redemption of televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 16)

Iron Temple: International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness Pro Tony Torres built a lucrative lifestyle which came crashing down after covering for a friend who committed a murder. After being chased by the FBI he was sent to prison for five years. Once he did his time, Tony had to build back his life. (DVD release: Day & date)

Nightshooters: A group of filmmakers illegally shooting a low budget film in an abandoned office building slated for demolition inadvertently witness and film a gangland execution in the opposite building, and must use all their skills and wits to survive the night. (Digital, VOD only)

Nine Days: A man interviews five unborn souls to determine which one can be given life on Earth. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

River’s End: Explores the global water crisis, using California as a microcosm. It reveals how water politics that led to the draining of the Owens Valley by Los Angeles, made famous by the film “Chinatown”, continue to this day in ongoing efforts to take ever more water from Northern California’s San Francisco Bay estuary. Except this time, the water grab is at the hands of industrial agriculture and its powerful corporate investors. (VOD: Apple TV/iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu)

Shockwave 2: Former bomb disposal officer Poon Shing-Fung, suffering from amnesia and the loss of his leg in an explosion five years ago, becomes the top suspect of a terrorist attack. On the run from the police, Poon must stop a terrorist organization from destroying Hong Kong while piecing together his identity. (VOD: Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, and other cable systems, as well as DirecTV, Dish Network, AT&T U-Verse, Sling TV)

The Spore: The lives of 10 strangers intersect through a terrifying chain of events as a mutating fungus begins to spread through a small town wiping out everyone that comes into contact with it. (DVD release: Day & date)

November 5

The Beta Test: A married Hollywood agent receives a mysterious letter for an anonymous sexual encounter and becomes ensnared in a sinister world of lying, murder and infidelity in this scintillating satire. (Digital, VOD only)

Cry Macho: A one-time rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder takes a job to bring a man’s young son home and away from his alcoholic mom. On their journey, the horseman finds redemption through teaching the boy what it means to be a good man. Directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 7)

Dangerous: A reformed sociopath journeys to a remote island to investigate the mystery behind his brother’s demise, but soon ends up facing off with more than he bargained for. (Digital, VOD only)

November 9

The Drummer: Three interwoven stories reveal the traumatic effects of war on the psyches of veterans from different generations. Danny Glover stars as Mark Walker, a Vietnam war veteran who has become a lawyer and political advocate for soldiers who have suffered mental health issues through their tenure with the Army. Walker works at The Drummer, a small, “anti-war” coffee shop, where the soldiers he meets open up the issue of the mental struggles and physical toll that war takes on veterans. (Digital)

The Emperor’s Sword: (2020 — China) After hiding a deadly sword that bestows great power upon its wielder, the emperor dies and a deranged rebel seizes power. Now, the young daughter of a great general is all that stands between a tyrant and his quest for domination. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Gift From Bob: Christmas gifts come in all shapes and sizes. For James, a struggling street musician, a very special one arrives in the form of Bob, a strong-willed stray cat who wanders into James’s tiny flat. Bob enriches James’s life, giving him companionship, purpose, and a large, new audience. When Animal Welfare officers threaten to take Bob, the local community rallies to help them. (DVD release: Day & date)

Hard Luck Love Song: A gritty love story about a charismatic but down-on-his-luck troubadour living out of cheap motels and making bad decisions. (Premium VOD; Digital release, VOD: December 21)

Harvey: The classic stage hit and 1950 movie starring James Stewart got “The DuPont Show of the Month” TV (1958) treatment in the story of Elwood P. Dowd, an endlessly pleasant and delightfully eccentric bachelor living in a small town that isn’t aware that its newest citizen is a invisible, 6’3″ white rabbit named “Harvey” that only he sees. (DVD: Day & date)

Hell Hath No Fury: The story of one woman who single-handedly takes on the might of the German war machine, the French resistance, and a band of US infantrymen. Branded a traitor by her countrymen, French national Marie DuJardin is rescued by American soldiers on one condition: to survive, she must lead them to a cache of gold, before the Nazis return to claim it for themselves. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 21)

Hope: The relationship between artist-partners Tomas (Stellan Skarsgård) and Anja (Andrea Bræin Hovig) is put to the test after Anja gets a life-threatening diagnosis. Norway’s official submission for the 93rd Academy Awards. (DVD release: Day & date)

No Time to Die: Bond (Daniel Craig in his final 007 outing) has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica but his peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology. (PVOD: Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Xfinity, DirecTV Stream, Spectrum TV and Vudu)

Stratton Castle: Tale of Jessie Golden Heart: Based on a true story, this romantic drama explores the forbidden passion that transcends the social classes of 1800’s Scotland, a time when the working class could not rise above their station. (VOD: Apple TV, Prime Video, Vudu, Google Play, FandangoNOW, DirecTV and more)

Two Yellow Lines: A former Smokejumper has to face his scorched past when called to ride his motorcycle a thousand miles across Montana with his estranged teenage daughter. (Digital only)

November 12

Ida Red: Crime boss Ida “Red” Walker (Oscar-winner Melissa Leo) turns to her son, Wyatt (Josh Hartnett), to pull off one last heist to get out of prison. But with the FBI closing in, Wyatt must choose between family and freedom. (DVD release: January 4)

Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings: Shang-Chi, the master of weaponry-based Kung Fu, is forced to confront his past after being drawn into the Ten Rings organization. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 30)

They Say Nothing Stays the Same: Japanese drama follows an old ferryman in a remote Meiji-era community. His life is a peaceful, cyclical existence, given meaning by the essential role he plays in transporting people, livestock and goods across the water, connecting villages and lives. When news arrives that a bridge is being built, it’s clear that his services will no longer be needed. Meanwhile, his life will be equally transformed by the appearance of a mysterious young woman whom he saves from drowning. (Digital, VOD only)

November 16

Ankle Biters: Sean, a pro hockey enforcer, has fallen in love with Laura, a widowed mother of four young daughters. When Laura’s children mistake an act of lovemaking as an attack, they plot to protect their mother at all costs and with horrific results. (Digital, VOD only)

Black Holler: In 1989. street-smart Laquita Johnson is forced into a camping trip with a bunch of ridiculous white students on her first day at a new school. All the students make it to the woods, but very few of them make it out of Black Holler. (Digital, VOD only)

Cryptozoo: Fantastical animated feature following cryptozookeepers through a richly-drawn hallucinatory world as they struggle to capture a baku, a legendary dream-eating hybrid creature. The cryptozookeepers soon begin to wonder if they should display these rare beasts in the confines of a zoo, or if these mythical creatures should remain hidden and unknown. (Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Little Girl: Moving portrait of 7-year-old Sasha, who has always known that she is a girl. Sasha’s family has recently accepted her gender identity, embracing their daughter for who she truly is while working to confront outdated norms and find affirmation in a small community of rural France. (Digital, VOD only)

The Lost Leonardo: The mystery surrounding the Salvator Mundi, the first painting by Leonardo da Vinci to be discovered for more than a century, which has now seemingly gone missing. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

On the Trail of Bigfoot: The Discovery: A Sasquatch research group operating out of the Olympic Peninsula area of Northern Washington believe they have finally uncovered definitive evidence. The Olympic Project was informed of a unique find by a land surveyor in 2016 in an extremely remote part of the peninsula. (Digital, VOD only)

Our Ladies: In 1990s Scotland, a group of Catholic school girls get an opportunity to go into Edinburgh for a choir competition, but they’re more interested in drinking, partying and hooking up than winning the competition. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Pebble and the Boy: The story follows John Parker, a 19 year old from Manchester who embarks on a journey to Brighton, the spiritual home of the Mods, on an old Lambretta scooter left to him by his father. The film is a celebration of Mod culture and fashion and features music by Paul Weller and The Jam. (Digital, VOD only)

Pink Floyd and David Gilmour Film Collection: Five concert films: “The Endless River,” “Pink Floyd — Pulse,” “Remember That Night: David Gilmour Live at the Royal Albert Hall,” “David Gilmour — Live in Gdansk,” “David Gilmour — Live at Pompeii.” (Digital, VOD only)

Sanzaru: Horror-thriller that tells the story of a nurse hired to care for an elderly woman who uncovers a shocking family secret. Evelyn, a young Filipina nurse, is living on an isolated estate while taking care of Dena, the aging matriarch of a Texas family. As Dena slips deeper into dementia, Evelyn begins to sense something ominous lurking behind the walls. (Digital, VOD only)

Yakuza Princess: Set in the expansive Japanese community of Sao Paulo in Brazil — the largest Japanese diaspora in the world — the action thriller follows Akemi, an orphan who discovers she is the heiress to half of the Yakuza crime syndicate. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

November 19

Captains of Za’atari: Two best friends trapped in the Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan have an undying dream of becoming professional soccer players. When a world renowned sports academy visits the camp, they have a chance to make this dream come true. (Digital only)

The Many Saints of Newark: The making of Tony Soprano. The story that reveals the humanity behind Tony’s struggles and the influence his family – especially his uncle, Dickie Moltisanti – had over him becoming the most iconic mob boss of all time. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 21)

The Rumperbutts: Financially struggling, a married indie band duo regretfully takes a job on a children’s show (“The Rumperbutts”). Despite the money and success, their relationship turns to one of resentment. On one extraordinary evening, a magical man leads them on a path of rediscovery and gives them a second chance at happiness. (Digital only)

She Paradise: A young woman desperate to be a soca dancer to escape a dead end life enters into a life of partying, dancing, and young love. (VOD only)

November 23

Autumn Road: Halloween-flavored horror drama follows a young woman who returns to her hometown ten years after her sister vanished trick-or-treating and becomes wrapped up with two brothers who run a haunted house. (Digital, VOD only)

Clerk.: An extensive all access documentary examining the life and career of indie filmmaking icon Kevin Smith. Featuring never before seen interviews with friends, family, filmmaking peers, and icons of the film, comedy and comic worlds. (Digital only)

Copshop: On the run from a lethal assassin, a wily con artist devises a scheme to hide out inside a small-town police station — but when the hitman turns up at the precinct, an unsuspecting rookie cop finds herself caught in the crosshairs. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 7)

Dear Evan Hansen: Ben Platt steps back into Evan Hansen’s shoes one last time with an incredible final performance in the powerful film adaptation of the remarkable generation-defining Broadway musical (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 7)

Pups Alone: Get ready for hilarious canine holiday hijinks. While everyone is away on a company ski trip, a jealous inventor hires two thieves to break into his co-worker’s house and steal his top secret new creation. But they are no match for a mischievous pack of neighborhood pups. (DVD release: Day & date)

Raging Fire: Bong (Donnie Yen) is a highly respected hardline cop with a long history of success on dangerous cases. His past unexpectedly comes back to haunt him when a sting operation is attacked by a mysterious group of criminals led by Ngo (Nicholas Tse), Bong’s former protégé, a talented former officer who had once respected and admired him. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Venom: Let There Be Carnage: Tom Hardy returns to the big screen as the lethal protector Venom, one of MARVEL’s greatest and most complex characters. One year after the events of the previous movie, Eddie Brock is struggling to adjust to a shared life with his symbiote Venom. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 14)

Welcome to the Show: An invitation to a mysterious theatre piece, “The Show,” sends four best friends down a rabbit hole of mistrust and confusion as they try to figure out who are the actors, who is the audience, who is doing this to them, and why. (Digital, VOD only: Comcast, Amazon Prime Video, Peacock, Spectrum, Apple TV, Dish, Google Play, and DirecTV)

November 26

Christmas vs. the Walters: Diane Walters, an over-burdened mother of two with a third child on the way, strives to create the perfect Christmas while her loving but dysfunctional family falls apart around her. (VOD only)

November 30

The Card Counter: An ex-military interrogator turned gambler is haunted by the ghosts of his past decisions. Redemption is the long game in this revenge thriller featuring riveting performances from stars Oscar Isaac, Tiffany Haddish, and Tye Sheridan. From director Paul Schrader (“Taxi Driver” and “Raging Bull”). (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 14)

The Last Duel: Based on the true story of France’s last trial by combat in the Middle Ages. Knight Jean de Carrouges challenges his former friend Jacques Le Gris to a duel after Jean’s wife Marguerite accuses Le Gris of rape. Told in multiple “Rashomon-style” points of view. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 14)

Out of Nowheresville: The lives of a woman and her best friend are turned upside down after they stumble onto a dead body and nearly one million dollars in cold, hard cash. Forced to make choices that will change them forever, they embark on a deadly road trip. (Digital, VOD only)

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December 3

Bongee Bear and the Kingdom of Rhythm: An orphan bear sets out to break a witch’s spell and return the gift of dance to the people of the Kingdom in this animated family films. (VOD only)

Castle Falls: After decades of neglect, Castle Heights Hospital has been packed with dynamite and is ready to be demolished. No one knows that a gang leader, now in prison, hid the 3 million dollars in cash he stole from his rivals inside the abandoned building. Now, three desperate parties want the money, but the demolition charges are set, everyone clears out and the Castle is set to fall in 90 minutes. The clock is ticking. Who will find the cash and: will they get out alive? (Digital, VOD)

Dune: Feature adaptation of Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel, about the son of a noble family entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 11)

Last Shoot Out: After newlywed Jocelyn learns that her husband Jody had her father murdered, she flees from the Callahan ranch in fear. She’s rescued by gunman Billy Tyson, who safeguards her at a remote outpost as he staves off Jody’s attempts to reclaim his bride. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 7)

December 7

Blue Bayou: Antonio LeBlanc, a Korean adoptee raised in a small town in the Louisiana bayou, is married to the love of his life Kathy and step-dad to their beloved daughter Jessie. Struggling to make a better life for his family, he must confront the ghosts of his past when he discovers that he could be deported from the only country he has ever called home. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 21)

The Jesus Music: With stirring songs of faith, love, and hope, the Jesus Music movement rose from America’s 1960s counterculture to become a worldwide phenomenon. This fascinating documentary reveals Jesus Music’s uplifting, untold story — from its humble beginnings at the Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California, through its transformation into the multi million-dollar industry of Christian Contemporary music. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Maya & Her Lover : The mundane life of a 39 year old introvert is disrupted when she begins a steamy but contentious affair with a much younger man. (Digital, VOD only)

The Reenactment: Horror thriller about a film crew working on a true crime show who find themselves imperiled when they start to film at an abandoned house that may not be abandoned after all. (Digital, VOD only)

The Scrapper: Ex-con turned “scrapper” Jake leads a quiet life caring for his family until he is pursued by violent Punjabi and Mexican criminals following a botched robbery. (Digital, VOD only)

Shirobako the Movie: Four years after “Shirobako” (2014), Aoi Miyamori keeps busy dealing with the ordinary troubles in her daily work at Musashino Animation. After a morning meeting, Aoi is put in charge of a new theatrical anime project for the studio. The project has unexpected problems, and Aoi is unsure if the company can proceed with a theatrical anime with its current state of affairs. A self-reflexive love letter to the anime industry. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Woke: Season 3 (Les Engagés: XAOC): When a Chechen refugee is attacked at his home, Hicham and Thibaut and the Lyon LGBT+ Center find themselves plunged into a case with complex ramifications that will turn their lives upside down. (iTunes/Apple TV, Amazon, Vudu, Vimeo; DVD release: Day & date)

You Can’t Kill Meme: An all new feature documentary that explores the silently powerful world of political meme culture and how it can be used and exploited for political gain. (VOD only)

December 10

Joy Womack: The White Swan: As the first American to graduate from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy’s prestigious main training program, and the first American woman to sign a contract with the Bolshoi Ballet, Joy Womack made history. And though she’s only 27, her remarkable rise to international stardom is chronicled in this feature-length documentary. (Digital, VOD only)

Mosley: Discovering he belongs to a heroic tribe of two-legged giants, Mosley is determined to prove he is more than just a farm animal and jets off on an epic journey to join them in this fun-filled animated adventure. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 14)

December 14

The Bridge of San Luis Rey: A friar is tried by the Inquisition for questioning God’s intentions when five die in the collapse of an Andean bridge. In early 18th century Peru (1714), an old Inca rope bridge over a gorge in the Andes collapses, plunging five travelers to their deaths. Brother Juniper, who was within minutes of being on the bridge himself, becomes obsessed with discovering how five people of differing class and circumstances came to be on the bridge at that moment. (DVD: Day & date)

Circus Boy: In today’s world, what is family? This question is explored in this documentary about a gay man named Thomas who seeks reconciliation with his mother after he and his husband, Michael, adopt a boy he’s training for circus school. (VOD only)

Clifford the Big Red Dog: When Emily discovers her little red puppy named Clifford has grown ten feet overnight, she turns to her eccentric Uncle Casey for help. But when a mad scientist tries to capture the larger-than-life playful pup, it takes the entire neighborhood to hide Clifford as they race across the city. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 1)

The French Dispatch: Director Wes Anderson’s love letter to journalists set in an outpost of an American magazine in a fictional 20th-century French city that brings to life a collection of stories published in “The French Dispatch.” (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 28)

Halloween Kills: The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode continues in the next chapter of the Halloween series. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 11)

The Mitchells vs. The Machines: An old school father and his plugged-in, filmmaker daughter struggle to relate as their family embarks on a road trip to her new college. Their drive is interrupted by a machine apocalypse that threatens to tear these unlikely heroes apart unless they can find a way to join forces and save humanity. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Pond Life: Coming-of-age film is the story of a small town turned upside down by a legendary giant carp, set in 1994. (DVD release: Day & date)

Range Roads: When her parents are killed in a sudden car accident, TV actor Frankie King returns to her hometown in rural Alberta to face this tragedy after being estranged from her family for 20 years. (Digital, VOD only)

December 15

Ron’s Gone Wrong: The story of Barney, an awkward middle-schooler and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device. Ron’s malfunctions set against the backdrop of the social media age launch them on a journey to learn about true friendship. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 7)

December 17

Julia: Documentary about legendary cookbook author and television superstar Julia Child, who changed the way Americans think about food, television, and even about women. Uses never-before-seen archival footage, personal photos, first-person narratives, and cutting-edge, mouth-watering food cinematography to trace her surprising path to publish the revolutionary “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” (1961). (Digital only)

Mr. Birthday: While working his maintenance job at an upscale hotel, Barry encounters the mysterious Mr. Jay. He introduces Barry to the International Birthday Network, an agency that helps children across the globe suffering from miserable birthdays. (Digital, VOD only)

December 23

C’mon C’mon: Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) and his young nephew (Woody Norman) forge a tenuous but transformational relationship when they are unexpectedly thrown together in this delicate and deeply moving story about the connections between adults and children, the past and the future. (VOD only)

December 28

The Gardener: The quiet of the English countryside is shattered one brutal night in this home-invasion thriller. A troubled wealthy family gathers in a quaint manor home for the holidays, never suspecting that bloodthirsty, sadistic Volker and his crew are ready to attack, rob, and maim them at nightfall. But they didn’t count on the estate’s quiet gardener, Peter Juhasz, who must return to the savage ways he learned as a soldier to save the family. (DVD release: Day & date)

Mayday: Ana finds herself transported to a dreamlike and dangerous coastline. Once there, she joins a female army engaged in a never-ending war where the women lure men to their deaths with radio signals, like 20th century sirens (Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, Vudu, FandangoNOW and more; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Who Is Amos Otis?: After assassinating the President, Amos Otis (John Katawick) pleads self-defense and must convince the jury that America was not only under attack by its unhinged ruler – but that his actions saved the country and the world. (Digital, VOD only)

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