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January 7

Countdown: A young nurse downloads an app that claims to predict exactly when a person is going to die. With only three days left to live and death closing in, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 21)

The Lighthouse: Hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers (Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson) on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s. As an approaching storm threatens to sweep them from the rock and strange apparitions emerge from the fog, each man begins to suspect that the other has become dangerously unmoored. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

January 10

The Corrupted: Liam is an ex-con trying to win back the love and trust of his family. Liam’s drive for redemption will see him caught up in a web of conspiracy, crime, and corruption. (Digital only)

Inherit the Viper: Crime thriller about three siblings in Appalachia getting by as local opioid dealers, trying not to get caught in the spiral of violence that comes with the territory. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 10)

January 13

A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life: A self-help addict unwittingly finds herself on a killing spree with her unhinged life coach. (Digital only)

January 14

The Bravest: When the oil pipeline in the city harbor explodes due to a calculation error, a disgraced Chief Firefighter must put the past aside and team up with his former rookie in order to save the city. (Digital only)

Give Me Liberty: A medical transport driver risks his job when he deviates from his day’s route to shuttle a group of rowdy senior citizens to a funeral, bringing his clients along for the ride in the rambunctious comedy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 28)

Harriet: The extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes, whose courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 28)

Motherless Brooklyn: In 1950s New York, a lonely private detective afflicted with Tourette’s Syndrome ventures to solve the murder of his mentor and only friend. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 28)

Pain and Glory: A film director (Antonio Banderas) reflects on the choices he’s made in life as past and present come crashing down around him in Pedro Almodóvar’s semi-autobiographical film. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 21)

Parasite: Kim Ki-taek and his family don’t put a lot of effort into steady jobs and hard work. They live in a dirty apartment in a basement and make a small amount of money, enough to survive, by completing low-paying side jobs and gigs. One day, Ki-taek’s son, Ki-woo, receives an offer that could help improve the family’s situation: Ki-woo’s friend, Min-hyuk, plans to study abroad and suggests that Ki-woo take over his English tutoring job with a wealthy family. Ki-woo is hired immediately, but uses his position, manipulation and lies to get the rest of the staff fired and replaced with the members of his family, setting up a winner-take-all class war. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 28)

Terminator: Dark Fate: In this sequel to “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” an augmented human and Sarah Connor must stop an advanced liquid Terminator from hunting down a young girl, whose fate is critical to the survival of the human race. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 28)

2050: Satiric comic sci-fi fantasy tells the story of a married video game developer who is introduced to a warehouse that customizes androids for human companionship. (DVD: Day & date)

January 17

Disturbing the Peace: A small-town marshal who hasn’t carried a gun since he left the Texas Rangers after a tragic shooting must pick up his gun again. This time to do battle with a gang of outlaw bikers that has invaded the town to pull off a brazen and violent heist. (Digital only)

Intrigo: Death of an Author: First of three thrillers based on Swedish writer Hakan Nesser’s novels. After an author named David plots the seemingly accidental murder of his wife, her body is never recovered, and he’s convinced that she’s still alive. Meanwhile, as David translates the final novel by a writer who also died mysteriously, he finds himself attracted to the man’s sultry widow. (VOD only)

Snatchers: Thanks to her relationship with clueless hunk Skyler, Sara is totally in with the cool girls during her senior year. But Skyler contracted an extraterrestrial bug during his summer vacation and, after just one night together, Sara discovers she’s Nine. Months. Pregnant. Desperate to keep her condition on the DL, she turns to the only person she can trust: her nerdy ex-bestie, Hayley. The girls soon realize this alien problem is only just the beginning. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 18)

January 21

Doctor Sleep: Years following the events of “The Shining,” a now-adult Dan Torrance must protect a young girl with similar powers from a cult known as The True Knot, who prey on children with powers to remain immortal. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 4)

The Good Liar: Consummate con man Roy Courtnay (Ian McKellen) has set his sights on his latest mark: the recently widowed Betty McLeish (Helen Mirren), worth millions. But this time, what should have been a simple swindle escalates into a cat-and-mouse game with the ultimate stakes. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 18)

Playing With Fire: When straight-laced fire superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena) and his elite team of expert firefighters come to the rescue of three siblings in the path of an encroaching wildfire, they quickly realize that no amount of training could prepare them for their most challenging job yet – babysitters. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 4)

Step Up: Street dancers join forces for a battle royal to determine the world’s best dance crew in this story set against the streets and stages of Beijing. (Digital only)

January 28

Dead Earth: In this post-apocalyptic action thriller, two young women cling to life in an abandoned resort. They must survive in silence, in mortal fear of attracting the hordes of undead that roam the Earth. When their compound runs out of fuel, they are forced into the countryside to find gas, resulting in a nightmarish encounter with survivors. (DVD: Day & date)

Ford v Ferrari: American car designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and the fearless British-born driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale), together battled corporate interference and the laws of physics to build a revolutionary Ford race car and take on Enzo Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France in 1966. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 11)

January 31

American Dharma: A controversial portrait of political strategist and former Donald Trump advisor, Steve Bannon, by documentary filmmaker Errol Morris. (Streaming only)

The Bromley Boys: The film, based on the novel by Dave Roberts, recounts Robert’s peaks and troughs supporting the worst football team in the country at the time. (VOD only)

Come to Daddy: Norval Greenwood (Elijah Wood), a privileged man-child, arrives at the beautiful and remote coastal cabin of his estranged father, who he hasn’t seen in 30 years. He quickly discovers that not only is Dad a disapproving jerk, but he also has a shady past that is rushing to catch up with him. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 24)

Echoes of Fear: After inheriting her grandfather’s house, a young woman must confront the mystery of his sudden death and the evil that hides inside. (VOD only)

What Death Leaves Behind: Based on a frightening true story, this is the chilling tale of a man who, after a kidney transplant, experiences reoccurring nightmares he believes to be visions of his donor’s violent murder, sending him on a dark path of vengeance, leading to an unbearable truth. (VOD only)

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February 4

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: Based on the true story of a real-life friendship between TV’s Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 18)

Dragonheart: Vengeance: Lukas, a young farmer whose family is killed by savage raiders in the countryside, sets out on an epic quest for revenge, forming an unlikely trio with a majestic dragon and a swashbuckling, sword-fighting mercenary. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Festival: After Nick’s girlfriend dumps him after graduation, his best mate Shane has the perfect antidote to his break-up blues: three days at an epic music festival. (Digital, VOD only)

JoJo Rabbit: World War II satire follows a lonely German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 18)

Midway: “Midway” centers on the Battle of Midway, a clash between the American fleet and the Imperial Japanese Navy which marked a pivotal turning point in the Pacific Theater during WWII. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 18)

Stan the Man: A new money multi-millionaire, whose life consists of ladies, gambling and booze, is critically wounded in a liquor store robbery, where he takes the bullet intended for the store clerk. During a near-death experience in the ER, an Angel gives him 30 days to change his ways and redeem himself, and find his one true love. (VOD only)

21 Bridges: An embattled NYPD detective is thrust into a citywide manhunt for a pair of cop killers after uncovering a massive and unexpected conspiracy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 18)

February 7

Knives Out: The circumstances surrounding the death of crime novelist Harlan Thrombey are mysterious, but there’s one thing that renowned Detective Benoit Blanc knows for sure—everyone in the wildly dysfunctional Thrombey family is a suspect. Now, Blanc must sift through a web of lies and red herrings to uncover the truth. (DVD, Blu-ray release, VOD: February 25)

Waiting for Anya: A 13-year-old shepherd boy and a reclusive widow come together with their village to help smuggle Jewish children into Spain during the harrows of WWII. (Digital, VOD only)

February 11

Agramon’s Gate: A psychic reader and medium is invited to a party but during the seance something goes very wrong and something comes over from the other side to haunt the partygoers. (VOD only)

First Love: Prolific auteur Takashi Miike is at his most fun with this noir-tinged violent yakuza film. The wild, genre-blending story follows a young boxer and a call girl who fall passionately in love while getting innocently caught up in a drug-smuggling scheme over the course of one night in Tokyo. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Frozen II: In “Frozen II,” the answer to why Elsa was born with magical powers is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she sets out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. (DVD, Blu-ray release: February 25)

In Full Bloom: Transcending Gender: Follows the courageous journey of 13 transgender and two gay actors as they transform their lives through the use of monologue, dialogue and performance art while preparing for the world premiere of an original stage play. Behind-the-scenes, rehearsal and performance footage are interwoven with candid personal interviews with the cast, who talk about how they deal with family, inner conflicts, discrimination, coming out, surgery, hormones and the complexities of sexual identity and orientation. (DVD release: Day & date)

February 14

Spy Intervention: When the world’s greatest spy meets the woman of his dreams, he abandons his adventurous existence and settles into the security of suburbia. It doesn’t take long for him to be completely bored and when an evil plot to ruin the world pushes his former spy friend to enact a “spy intervention,” he is easily convinced that if he returns to his old life, the adventure will not only help save his listless marriage, it will also save the world. (DVD release: March 31)

February 18

By the Grace of God: Tells the story of three adult men who come together to expose the code of silence that continues to enable the priest who abused them as boys. (DVD: March 3)

Charlie’s Angels: Sabina Wilson (Kristen Stewart), Elena Houghlin (Naomi Scott), and Jane Kano (Ella Balinska) are working for the mysterious Charles Townsend, whose security and investigative agency has expanded internationally. Under the guidance of Bosley (Elizabeth Banks), the Angels have to protect a revolutionary technology from becoming weaponized. They will have to rely on each other as their assignment becomes increasingly treacherous and even those closest to them can no longer be trusted. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 10)

Dark Waters: A corporate defense attorney takes on an environmental lawsuit against a chemical company that exposes a lengthy history of pollution. (VOD: December 31; DVD, Blu-ray release: March 3)

Frankie: Unfolding over the course of a late summer’s day in the fabled resort town of Sintra, Portugal, the film follows three generations who have gathered for a vacation organized by the family matriarch. (Isabelle Huppert). In this fairy tale setting, husbands and wives, parents and children, friends and lovers, stirred by their romantic impulses, discover the cracks between them, as well as unexpected depth of feeling. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Queen & Slim: Slim and Queen’s first date takes an unexpected turn when a policeman pulls them over for a minor traffic violation. When the situation escalates, Slim takes the officer’s gun and shoots him in self-defence. Now labelled cop killers in the media, Slim and Queen feel that they have no choice but to go on the run and evade the law. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 3)

Scandalous: The Untold Story of The National Enquirer: The sensational true story of The National Enquirer, the infamous tabloid with a prescient grasp of its readers’ darkest curiosities. (DVD release: Day & date)

February 21

The Night Clerk: While on duty, a young, socially challenged hotel clerk (Tye Sheridan) witnesses a murder in one of the rooms — but his suspicious actions land him as the lead detective’s (John Leguizamo) number one suspect. (Digital, VOD only)

February 25

Bombshell: Based on the real scandal, this is a revealing look inside the most powerful and controversial media empire of all time; Fox News, and the explosive story of the three women newscasters who brought down the infamous man — Roger Ailes — who created it. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 10)

Color Out of Space: After a meteorite lands in the front yard of their farm, Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) and his family find themselves battling a mutant extraterrestrial organism as it infects their minds and bodies, transforming their quiet rural life into a technicolor nightmare. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Spiral Farm: When two outsiders arrive on an isolated commune, seventeen-year old Anahita begins to question her role at home, and what a future out in the world-at-large could be. (VOD only)

Uncut Gems: A charismatic jeweler (Adam Sandler) makes a high-stakes bet that could lead to the windfall of a lifetime. In a precarious high-wire act, he must balance business and family, fending off adversaries on all sides in pursuit of the ultimate win. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 10)

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March 3

Black Christmas: A group of female students are stalked by a stranger during their Christmas break. That is until the young sorority pledges discover that the killer is part of an underground college conspiracy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 17)

The Furies: A woman is kidnapped and finds herself an unwilling participant in a deadly game where women are hunted by masked men. (Digital, VOD only)

Ne Zha: Internationally-acclaimed animated fantasy-adventure from first-time feature film director Jiaozi brings to the screen the enchanting story of a boy with unique powers who is recruited to fight demons and save the community that initially fears him. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 3)

Playmobil The Movie: When her younger brother Charlie unexpectedly disappears into the magical, animated universe of Playmobil, unprepared Marla (Anya Taylor-Joy) must team up with the dashing and charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher (Daniel Radcliffe) and the smooth-talking food truck driver Del (Jim Gaffigan) to rescue him. (DVD release: Day & date)

Richard Jewell: Clint Eastwood directed hero movie tells the story of the security guard who discovers a bomb at the 1996 Atlanta Games and takes swift, heroic action, saving countless lives. But in a turn of events, he becomes the FBI’s number one suspect, vilified by the press and public alike. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 17)

March 6

The Dark Red: A young woman is committed to a psychiatric hospital claiming that her newborn has been abducted by a secret society called the Dark Red — an ancient, underground cult that harvests and controls an incredibly rare blood type that gives one the power to hear and guide another person’s thoughts. (Digital only)

Escape From Pretoria: Based on the real-life prison break of two political captives, the film is a race-against-time thriller set in the tumultuous apartheid days of South Africa. Stars Daniel Radcliffe. (Digital, VOD only)

Run This Town: A young journalist and a young political aide become entangled in a larger-than-life political scandal as they struggle to navigate adult life. (Digital, VOD only)

March 9

The Outsider: The Complete First Season: Based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel of the same name, “The Outsider” is a new drama series that follows a seemingly straightforward investigation into the gruesome murder of a local boy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Moved from June 9 to July 28)

March 10

The Grudge: A house is cursed by a vengeful ghost that dooms those who enter it with a violent death. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 24)

Guns Akimbo: Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Samara Weaving, the movie follows a video game developer who is forced to play a game of survival while being broadcast online for others’ amusement. (DVD, Blu-ray, Digital release: April 28)

Leaving Neverland Part 1 & Part 2 : 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. (VOD only)

Little Joe: Alice, a single mother, is a dedicated senior plant breeder at a corporation engaged in developing new species. Against company policy, she takes one home as a gift for her teenage son and names it after him but soon starts fearing it. (DVD release: Day & date)

The New Pope: Season 1 : The follow-up to 2017’s “The Young Pope,” this picks up where the previous series left off, with Jude Law’s Lenny Belardo, known as Pope Pius XIII, in a coma after an unexpected heart attack and the Holy See searching for his replacement. (Digital only)

1917: At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 24)

Spies in Disguise: Animated family adventure: When the world’s best spy is turned into a pigeon, he must rely on his nerdy tech officer to save the world. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

March 13

The Postcard Killings: A New York detective investigates the death of his daughter who was murdered while on her honeymoon in London; he recruits the help of a Scandinavian journalist when other couples throughout Europe suffer a similar fate. (Digital, VOD only; Disc May 19)

Tuscaloosa: Alabama, 1972. As Billy falls for a patient at his father’s mental asylum, his best friend becomes involved in a radical civil rights movement against Tuscaloosa’s power elite. (Digital, VOD only)

March 16

Avenue 5: Season One : New HBO comedy set 40 years in the future when travelling the solar system is no longer the stuff of sci-fi fantasy but a booming, multibillion-dollar business. The series stars Hugh Laurie as Ryan Clark, the confident and suave captain of “Avenue 5” – a space cruise ship with luxury amenities like gourmet buffets, a spa, an observation deck and yoga classes. (Digital only)

March 17

Cats: Director Tom Hooper reimagines Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-shattering musical. Starring James Corden, Judi Dench, Jason Derulo, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, Taylor Swift, Rebel Wilson and introducing Royal Ballet principal Francesca Hayward. With a world-class cast of dancers showcasing styles from classical ballet to contemporary, hip-hop to jazz, street dance to tap, this film reimagines the stage musical for a new generation. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 7)

Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss: An offbeat comedy about a couple taking a chance on a place with impossibly low rent, not knowing the former occupant was a cult leader. To make matters more bizarre, an endless string of followers routinely break into their home to ceremoniously sacrifice themselves. (Digital, VOD only)

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The ninth and final episode in the Skywalker saga. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 31)

March 20

The Current War: The dramatic story of the cutthroat race between electricity titans Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse to determine whose electrical system would power the modern world. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 31)

Emma (2020): In 1800s England, a well meaning but selfish young woman meddles in the love lives of her friends. (VOD only; Disc May 19)

The Hunt: Twelve strangers wake up in a clearing; they don’t know where they are, or how they got there. And they don’t know they’ve been chosen – for a very specific purpose – The Hunt. (VOD only; Disc June 9)

International Falls: Dark comedy about Dee, a woman stuck in a small, snowbound border town in northern Minnesota who harbors a secret dream of a career in stand-up. When she forms a friendship with Tim, a burned-out touring comedian, these two lost souls are forced to face the harsh but funny truths of their lives. (VOD only)

The Invisible Man (2020): Complete redo of the Universal Monster Classic. (VOD only; Disc May 26)

Onward: Teenage elf brothers Ian and Barley Lightfoot (voices of Tom Holland and Chris Pratt) get an unexpected opportunity to spend one more day with their late dad, embarking on an extraordinary quest aboard Barley’s epic van Guinevere. (Digital only; Disc May 19)

March 23

Torn Apart: Separated at the Border: This eye-opening, heartfelt documentary tells the stories of two mothers seeking to be reunited with their children after being separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. (Digital only)

The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley: In 2004, Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford to start a company that was going to revolutionize healthcare. 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 her company was worthless. (VOD only)

March 24

Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn: After splitting with the Joker, Harley Quinn joins superheroes Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya to save a young girl from an evil crime lord. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 12)

Bloodshot: Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action and brought back to life as the superhero Bloodshot by the RST corporation. (Digital only)

Cunningham: Documentary traces Merce Cunningham’s artistic evolution over three decades of risk and discovery (1944–1972), from his early years as a struggling dancer in postwar New York to his emergence as one of the world’s most visionary choreographers. (DVD: Day & date)

Dolittle: A physician (Robert Downey Jr.) who can talk to animals embarks on an adventure to find a legendary island with a young apprentice and a crew of strange pets. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 7)

Hunter’s Moon: When their parents leave town, three teenage girls decide to throw a party in their new country home. But when a gang of dangerous local boys with sinister intentions turn up, the women are forced to not only defend themselves from the evil inside of the house, but an unseen bloodthirsty predator that is hunting them one by one outside of the house. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Song of Names: Tim Roth and Clive Owen star in an emotional detective story spread over two continents and a half century. Beneath the film’s stunning and pulsing musical revelations burn the horror of a war and the lost souls extinguished from history. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Way Back: A HS basketball phenom who walked away from the game, forfeiting his future, years later reluctantly accepts a coaching job at his alma mater, where he may get one last shot at redemption. (Digital only)

March 27

Banana Split: Over the course of a summer, two teenage girls develop the perfect kindred spirit friendship, with one big problem: one of them is dating the other’s ex. (VOD, Digital only)

The Call of the Wild: Harrison Ford stars in this adaptation of the novel by Jack London. It brings to the screen the story of Buck, a big-hearted dog whose blissful domestic life is turned upside down when he is suddenly uprooted from his California home and transplanted to the exotic wilds of the Canadian Yukon during the Gold Rush of the 1890s. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 12)

Downhill: Barely escaping an avalanche during a family ski vacation in the Alps, a married couple (Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell) is thrown into disarray as they are forced to reevaluate their lives and how they feel about each other in this comedy. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 19)

Inside the Rain: Facing expulsion from college over a misunderstanding, a bipolar student indulges his misery at a strip club where he befriends a gorgeous, intelligent, outrageous woman and they hatch a madcap scheme to prove his innocence. (VOD only)

I Still Believe:The true story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss. (VOD only)

Vivarium: A young couple looking for the perfect home find themselves trapped in a mysterious labyrinth-like neighborhood of identical houses. (Digital, VOD only; Disc May 12)

March 30

One Nation Under Stress: HBO documentary that explores the causes and effects of chronic stress from scientific, economic and sociological perspectives. Investigates the recent three-year decline in U.S. life expectancy for the first time in a hundred years to find insights on why we’re experiencing so much stress, its effect on Americans, and its consequences for the health of the nation. (VOD only)

March 31

Bad Boys for Life: The original Bad Boys, Mike Lowry (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence), are back. After a string of assassinations and an attempt on Mike’s life, he convinces a hesitant Marcus to hold off retirement and partner one last time. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 21)

Celebration: Olivier Meyrou’s documentary offers a rare, behind-the-scenes portrait of the legendary designer Yves Saint Laurent: both larger-than-life, yet astonishingly reclusive and fragile while revealing his integral relationship with partner Pierre Bergé, who initially had the film banned after the film’s initial release in 2007 for being too revealing. (Digital, VOD only)

Sonic the Hedgehog : Based on the global blockbuster videogame franchise from Sega. In this live-action adventure comedy, the world’s speediest hedgehog embraces his new home on Earth and, with his new best friend Tom (James Marsden), defends the planet from the evil genius Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey) and his plans for world domination. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 19)

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April 1

Impractical Jokers: The Movie : The story of a humiliating high school mishap from 1992 that sends the Impractical Jokers on the road competing in hidden-camera challenges for the chance to turn back the clock and redeem three of the four Jokers. (Digital only)

April 3

Farmer of the Year: The film tells the story of an aging farmer who, after selling the farm he’s worked for over 60 years, finds himself useless and adrift. Struggling to maintain his youth, he road-trips across the country in a ’73 Winnebago with his equally directionless and unreasonably self-confident granddaughter. (DVD: Day & date)

The Gentlemen:An American expat tries to sell off his highly profitable marijuana empire in London, triggering plots, schemes, bribery and blackmail in an attempt to steal his domain out from under him. (VOD: April 14; DVD, Blu-ray release: April 21)

Rogue Warfare: The Hunt: When the leader of an elite team of soldiers is captured by terrorists, it is up to the team to find and rescue him before it is too late. (Digital, VOD only)

April 7

BraveStorm: This remake of the 1970s TV series “Silver Mask” and “Super Robot Red Baron” pits two families (one with an armored bionic super hero, and the other a red giant robot) against evil aliens to save Earth and prevent the extinction of mankind. (DVD: Day & date)

From Iceland to EDEN: While escaping from the police, Óliver accidentally stumbles into a flat and saves Lóa’s life. The pair are both users and dealers but want nothing more than to escape and start a new life. However, the situation becomes much more complicated when they decide to use stolen narcotics from an infamous drug lord to fund their escape plans. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Gretel & Hansel: A long time ago in a distant fairy tale countryside, a young girl leads her little brother into a dark wood in desperate search for food and work, only to stumble upon a nexus of terrifying evil. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 5)

Ip Man 4: Donnie Yen reprises his role as the legendary Wing Chun master in the grand finale of the revolutionary martial arts series. Following the death of his wife, Ip Man travels to San Francisco to ease tensions between the local kung fu masters and his star student, Bruce Lee, while searching for a better future for his son. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 21)

The Last Full Measure: The true story of William H. Pitsenbarger, a U.S. Air Force medic who personally saved over 60 men before making the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam’s bloodiest battle. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 21)

Like a Boss: Best friends, Mia and Mel (Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne) are living their best lives, running their own cosmetics company until a villainous beauty mogul (Salma Hayek) conspires to steal it from under them. (DVD, Blu-ray release: April 21)

My Comic Book Country: Comic book characters are box office gold, but why do comic book stores struggle to survive? In My Comic Shop Country, filmmaker Anthony Desiato sets out on a quest to explore the culture, business, and fandom of comic shops across America. (VOD only)

Rootwood: Two students are hired by a Hollywood film producer to shoot a horror documentary about the curse of The Wooden Devil. (DVD release: Day & date)

Same Boat: A time-traveling assassin finds himself on a cruise ship, where he falls for the women he’s supposed to kill (VOD only)

She’s Allergic to Cats: Mike Pinkney stars as Michael Pinkney, a stifled creative artist eking out a living in Hollywood as a dog groomer. When the girl of his dreams (Sonja Kinski) walks into his shop, he falls down a rabbit hole filled with surrealist detours and melancholic absurdity. (Digital, VOD only)

The Turning: A thrilling adaptation of Henry James’ landmark novel “The Turn of the Screw.” At a mysterious estate in the Maine countryside, a newly appointed nanny is charged with the care of two disturbed orphans. She quickly discovers that both the children and the house are harboring dark secrets and things may not be as they appear. (VOD, DVD, Blu-ray release: April 21)

What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?: An intimate look of African Americans in Louisiana and Mississippi –struggling female business owners facing gentrification in a post-Katrina New Orleans, single mothers trying to keep their young black sons safe, New Black Panther Party members protesting the latest wrongful death. (Digital only)

April 10

Trolls World Tour: Sequel to the 2016 animated hit. (VOD only)

Sea Fever: The crew of a West of Ireland trawler, marooned at sea, struggle for their lives against a growing parasite in their water supply. (Digital, VOD only)

We Summon the Darkness: Three best friends embark on a road trip to a heavy-metal show, where they bond with three aspiring musicians and head off to one of the girls’ country home for an after party. A night of fun and youthful debauchery takes a deadly turn as bodies begin to pile up. (Digital, VOD only)

April 14

Bias: “Bias” challenges us to confront our hidden biases and understand what we risk when we follow our gut. Through exposing her own biases, award-winning documentary filmmaker Robin Hauser highlights the nature of implicit bias, the grip it holds on our social and professional lives, and what it will take to induce change. (Digital, VOD only)

Green Rush: A cannabis farmer and his pregnant lover fight for their lives when ruthless criminals invade their property. (Digital, VOD only)

Fantasy Island: The enigmatic Mr. Roarke (Michael Peña) makes the secret dreams of his lucky guests come true at a luxurious but remote tropical resort in this reimagining of the iconic 1970s TV series. But when the fantasies turn into nightmares, the guests have to solve the island’s mystery in order to escape with their lives. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 12)

The Legend of Swee-Pea: Documentary tells the story of NBA player Lloyd “Swee’ Pea” Daniels, whose professional debut happened at age 25, with bullets still lodged in his chest and a body ravaged by years of crack-cocaine addiction. (Digital, VOD only)

The Rhythm Section: Stephanie Patrick (Blake Lively) is an ordinary woman on a path of self-destruction after her family is tragically killed in a plane crash. When Stephanie discovers that the crash was not an accident, she enters a dark, complex world to seek revenge on those responsible and find her own redemption. (VOD, DVD, Blu-ray release: April 28)

The Sharks: Fourteen-year-old Rosina lives in a beach resort rumored to be plagued by sharks. Upon meeting the older Joselo, she feels a desire to bridge the distance between their bodies and begins to circle him, as if inspired by the mysterious predators. From Uruguay. (VOD; DVD release: April 28)

Underwater: A crew of aquatic researchers work to get to safety after an earthquake devastates their subterranean laboratory. But it turns out that they have more than the ocean seabed to fear. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

April 17

Endings, Beginnings: In present day Los Angeles, Daphne (Shailene Woodley), a thirtysomething woman, navigates love and heartbreak over the course of one year, during which she will unlock the secrets to her life in a sudden turn of events and in the most surprising of places. (Digital now, VOD release: May 1)

The Quarry: After murdering a traveling preacher, a fugitive drifter (Shea Whigham) travels to a small town in the wilds of Texas and poses as the man he killed. (VOD only)

April 21

Ghost Town Anthology: In the small isolated town of Irénée-les-Neiges with a population of 215, supernatural activities begin to unravel after a man dies in a car accident. (VOD only)

Planet of the Humans: Released on the eve of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and in the midst of the global Covid-19 pandemic, this Michael Moore-produced documentary takes a harsh look at how the environmental movement has lost the battle through well-meaning but disastrous choices, including the belief that solar panels and windmills would save us, and by giving in to the corporate interests of Wall Street. (Free VOD only)

Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time Volume 1 Midnight Madness: From “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” to “The Big Lebowski” and everything in between, this fascinating deep-dive documentary begins its celebration of the greatest cult movies of all-time discussing the birth of the midnight movie. (Digital, VOD only)

We (Wij): During one hot summer, eight privileged but bored suburban Dutch teens begin to pull a series of harmless pranks which quickly escalate into increasingly depraved games. Their descent from innocence to ruthless predators involve arson, prostitution, pornography, assault and blackmail. (VOD; Disc Feb. 18)

April 24

1BR: After leaving behind a painful past to follow her dreams, Sarah scores the perfect Hollywood apartment but, unable to sleep, tormented by strange noises and threatening notes, her new life quickly starts to unravel. (Digital only)

To the Stars: Under small town scrutiny, a withdrawn farmer’s daughter forges an intimate friendship with a worldly but reckless new girl in 1960s Oklahoma. (Digital only)

True History of the Kelly Gang: Legendary outlaw Ned Kelly (George MacKay) leads a band of rebel warriors to wreak havoc on their oppressors in this gritty and veracious Western thriller. (Digital, VOD only)

April 28

The Incoherents: Four 40-somethings — each mired in some sort of midlife malaise — reunite their 90’s indie rock band. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Photograph: A series of intertwining love stories set in the past and in the present. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 12)

Reawakened: Michele is the sole survivor of a vacation gone horribly wrong, in which several of her friends were murdered. She discovers that she is harboring the spirit of a centuries-old witch inside her, and it’s up to her best friend to find a way to save her soul from eternal damnation. (VOD only)

Slay the Dragon: It influences elections and sways outcomes — gerrymandering has become a hot-button political topic and symbol for everything broken about the American electoral process. But there are those on the front lines fighting to change the system. (DVD release: July 7)

Until the Birds Return: A property developer is witness to random street violence. A pair of secret lovers make their way across the desert. A doctor is accused of having a criminal past. These three interconnected tales take the pulse of modern-day Algiers, a country once riven by colonial occupation and sectarian warfare yet still abundant in beauty and promise. (Digital, VOD)

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May 1

Nightfire: Two American agents are hired to retrieve military chips containing a large sum of government money. Their plan goes awry when an unexpected political prisoner (Dylan Baker) enters the picture. (VOD only)

Nuestras Madres (Our Mothers): Ernesto is a young anthropologist working for the Forensic Foundation in Guatemala in 2018, when the whole country is immersed in the trial of the soldiers who sparked the civil war. As victim statements come one after another, Ernesto’s job is to identify the bodies of the missing. One day, while hearing the account of an older woman from a small village, he thinks he has found a lead that might guide him to his father, a guerrillero who went missing during the war. Against his mother’s wishes, he throws himself body and soul into the case, looking for the truth. (VOD only)

Shout! Factory TV Streams Gene Autry: The first collection from Gene Autry’s personal archive, with the streaming debut of fully restored feature films “South of the Border,” “Gaucho Serenade,” “Melody Ranch,” “The Strawberry Roan” and “Blue Canadian Rockies.” (VOD only)

The Wretched: A defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parent’s imminent divorce, faces off with a 1000-year-old witch, who is living beneath the skin of and posing as the woman next door. (Digital, VOD only)

May 2

Beanpole: 1945, Leningrad. World War II has devastated the city, demolishing its buildings and leaving its citizens in tatters, physically and mentally. Two young women, Iya and Masha, search for meaning and hope in the struggle to rebuild their lives amongst the ruins. (VOD only)

May 4

Bluebird: The documentary is an intimate look at the legendary Nashville landmark that launched the careers of megastars such as Taylor Swift and Garth Brooks. The film features compelling interviews with Taylor Swift, Kasey Musgraves, Garth Brooks, Faith Hill, Connie Britton and more. (Digital, VOD only)

May 5

Accommodations: A Manhattan wife and mother, with an enviably luxurious lifestyle, disrupts her family’s status quo when she decides to quit “accommodating” those around her and embarks on a self-styled creative journey to find fulfillment. (VOD only)

Arde Madrid: Burn Madrid Burn: Eight-episode limited series, based loosely on actress and Hollywood star Ava Gardner’s (Debi Mazar) move to Madrid, to flee her husband Frank Sinatra, Metro Goldwyn Mayer, and the paparazzi that followed her everywhere and made her life impossible. In Madrid, Gardner’s only goal was to have as much fun as possible. (VOD only)

Arkansas: Kyle and Swin live by the orders of an Arkansas-based drug kingpin named Frog, whom they’ve never met. But when a deal goes horribly wrong, the consequences are deadly. Ensemble cast includes Liam Hemsworth, Clark Duke, Vivica A. Fox, John Malkovich and Vince Vaughn. (Digital, VOD only)

Better Days: A bullied teenage girl forms an unlikely friendship with a mysterious young man who protects her from her assailants, all while she copes with the pressures of her final examinations. In Chinese with English subtitles. (Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Brahms: The Boy II: Follow up to 2016’s “The Boy.” After a family moves into the mysterious Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like, supernatural doll called Brahms. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 19)

Cry for the Bad Man: While a small-town widow grieves in isolation, she receives a deadly ultimatum from the privileged sons of a local land developer to sell her beloved property. With 24 hours to decide and her pleas to the town’s corrupt sheriff falling on deaf ears, she realizes she must take matters into her own hands. (DVD release: Day & date)

Cry Havoc: An ambitious young reporter is granted an interview with one of the FBI’s most wanted. While entering his compound she finds one of his prized possessions, a serial killer who murders at call, called HAVOC. Her only hope is a rogue police man searching for his daughter. (VOD only)

Greed: The story of self-made British billionaire Sir Richard McCreadie (Steve Coogan), whose retail empire is in crisis. For 30 years he has ruled the world of retail fashion, but after a damaging public government investigation, his image is tarnished. To save his reputation, he decides to bounce back with a highly publicized and extravagant party celebrating his 60th birthday on the Greek island of Mykonos. A satire on the grotesque inequality of wealth in the fashion industry. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Human Zoo: The internet watches live as reality-show contestants struggle against time to see who will stay in solitary confinement the longest and take home the one million dollar prize. (DVD: Day & date)

Intrigo Trilogy: Three intense thrillers about good friends, evil deeds and secrets that won’t stay buried. (VOD only)

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War: The world’s greatest super heroes square off once-and-for-all against the despotic Darkseid – with the fate of all humanity hanging in the balance – in the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe Movies. (DVD, Blu-ray release: May 19)

The Plagiartists: A barbed satire on authenticity and white privilege. A young couple is shaken by a seemingly fraudulent yet unprovable act that strikes to the core of their cultural pretensions. (VOD only)

Saint Francis: After an accidental pregnancy turned abortion, a deadbeat nanny finds an unlikely friendship with the six-year old she’s charged with protecting. (VOD only)

May 8

A Good Woman Is Hard to Find: A recently widowed young mother in Northern Ireland will go to any lengths to protect her children as she seeks the truth behind her husband’s murder. (Digital, VOD only)

Intrigo: Dear Agnes: The second film in the Intrigo trilogy based on best-selling author Håkan Nesser’s novels of the same names. In this intense thriller about good friends and evil deeds, Agnes, who is desperate for money, runs into her old friend Henny, who is enraged at her unfaithful spouse, Peter, and makes Agnes a shocking offer: enough cash to live a better life, if she will murder Peter. (VOD only)

Spaceship Earth: The true, stranger-than-fiction, adventure of eight visionaries who in 1991 spent two years quarantined inside of a self-engineered replica of Earth’s ecosystem called BIOSPHERE 2. The experiment was a worldwide phenomenon, chronicling daily existence in the face of life threatening ecological disaster and a growing criticism that it was nothing more than a cult. (VOD)

Walkaway Joe: An unlikely friendship grows between a young boy searching for his father in pool halls across the country, and a wandering loner hiding from his past. (Digital, VOD only)

May 10

Angelfish: A coming-of-age love story between Eva (Destiny Frasqueri), a young Puerto Rican woman torn between her responsibilities to her family and her dreams, and Brendan (Jimi Stanton), an Irish-American man dealing with family problems of his own. (VOD only)

May 12

The Invisible Man : Psychological thriller modernizes Universal’s shapeshifting, classic monster against a backdrop of an empowered woman facing her tormentor. (DVD, Blu-ray release: March 26)

Samurai Marathon: Inspired by a race still held yearly, the film follows an aging lord who challenges his samurai to a grueling marathon — joined covertly by his daughter — to see if they’re tough enough to face the newly arrived Americans. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 21)

The Traitor: The real life of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called “boss of the two worlds,” the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

May 15

Proximity: A young NASA JPL scientist is abducted by extraterrestrials but when no one believes his story he becomes obsessed with finding proof. (Digital, VOD only)

Scoob!: Animated feature reveals how lifelong friends Scooby and Shaggy first met and how they joined with young detectives Fred, Velma and Daphne to form the famous Mystery Inc. Now, with hundreds of cases solved and adventures shared, Scooby and the gang face their biggest, most challenging mystery ever: a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. The film was originally scheduled for a wide theatrical release on May 15. (Digital, VOD only)

Up From The Streets: New Orleans: The City of Music: Documentary explores the unparalleled, historical musical heritage of New Orleans. (Streaming via a virtual cinema participating theater)

May 19

The Ballad of Esequiel Hernández: Chronicles the tragic 1997 killing of 18-year-old American high school student, Esequiel Hernández, by a team of U.S. Marines near the town of Redford, TX. (VOD only)

Creepshow Season 1: The new anthology series based on George A. Romero’s 1982 horror comedy classic: A comic book comes to life in a series of 12 vignettes over six episodes, exploring terrors from murder to the supernatural and unexplainable. Haunted dollhouses, werewolves, murderous goblins, villainous trick-or-treaters, the dead, and medical marvels are just a few of the things to watch out for. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 2)

Ken Burns Presents The Gene: An Intimate History: This four-hour documentary from executive producer Ken Burns and senior producer Barak Goodman is adapted from the bestselling book of the same name by award-winning author Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, about how genes impact heredity, disease, and behavior. (DVD: Day & date)

Point Defiance: Suspenseful film focuses on stockbroker Peter Allen whose world is turned upside down when his troubled younger brother Alex returns from military duty in Afghanistan while Peter is under house arrest, forcing the elder brother to dig into a dark and secret past that he’d sooner remain hidden. (DVD release: Day & date)

Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time Volume 2 Horror and SciFi: The greatest cult horror and science fiction films of all-time are studied in vivid detail in the second volume of Time Warp. Includes groundbreaking classics like “Night of the Living Dead,” and “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” and sci-fi gems such as “Blade Runner” and “A Clockwork Orange.” (Digital only)

Tokyo Godfathers: In modern-day Tokyo, three homeless people’s lives are changed forever when they discover a baby girl at a garbage dump on Christmas Eve. As the New Year fast approaches, these three forgotten members of society band together to solve the mystery of the abandoned child and the fate of her parents. From legendary director Satoshi Kon (“Paprika,” “Perfect Blue”). (Blu-ray release: June 2)

Waterlily Jaguar: A famous novelist known for his “airport” best-sellers who seeks to pen a more serious novel inspired by the ancient remains of the only human ever found in the La Brea Tar Pits finds himself tumbling down a spiral of obsession. (DVD release: Day & date)

May 22

Little Fire Everywhere: Based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestseller, “Little Fires Everywhere” follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. The story explores the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, the ferocious pull of motherhood – and the danger in believing that following the rules can avert disaster. (Digital only)

Survive the Night: Bruce Willis plays a retired sheriff forced to rely on his former job’s skills when two on-the-run criminals invade his family’s house and threaten the lives of those closest to him. (VOD only)

A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps : It was 1961. Young Americans were looking for ways to serve their country. Motivated by the book The Ugly American President Kennedy gave America the Peace Corps and appointed Sargent Shriver as the program’s first director. Within weeks the agency was established and in its first year, hundreds of volunteers were serving in dozens of countries. The Peace Corps provided an opportunity to bring America to the world and bring the world home to America. (Streaming via a virtual cinema participating theater)

May 26

Funny Pains: Follows a stand-up comedian as she navigates one of the entertainment’s toughest, most competitive professions – all during the height of the #MeToo movement, feminism, and the infiltration of stand-up comedy by the politically correct. (VOD only)

I Will Make You Mine: Three women wrestle with life’s difficulties while confronting their past relationships with the same man. (Digital, VOD only)

The Man Standing Next: In the 1970’s, Korea is under the absolute control of President Park Chung-hee, who controls the KCIA, the country’s spy and intelligence service. In the midst of Park’s reign of fear, a former KCIA director, Park Yong-gak, exiles to the U.S where an investigation of “Koreagate” is underway. As the tension escalates, the stifling political maneuvering leads up to Park’s assassination in 1979. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

May 29

The High Note: Set in the dazzling world of the LA music scene. Grace Davis (Tracee Ellis Ross) is a superstar whose talent, and ego, have reached unbelievable heights. Maggie (Dakota Johnson) is Grace’s overworked personal assistant who still aspires to her childhood dream of becoming a music producer. When Grace’s manager (Ice Cube) presents her with a choice that could alter the course of her career, Grace must choose between playing it safe or listening to her heart . (VOD July 21, DVD & Blu-ray release: August 11)

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June 1

The Infiltrators: A rag-tag group of undocumented youth – Dreamers – deliberately get detained by Border Patrol in order to infiltrate a shadowy, for-profit detention center. (Digital, VOD only)

Outstream FilmFest Goes Virtual June 1-7

Ouija Shark: A group of teenage girls summon an ancient man-eating shark after messing with a spirit board that washes up on the beach. (DVD release: Day & date)

June 2

Adrift in Soho: London’s Soho district, the Fifties. Through the eyes of a Bolex camera, a typewriter and some local lifers a group of friends set out to produce a revolution. Will they succeed? You bet. Based on the novel by Colin Wilson. (Digital, VOD only)

And Then We Danced: A devoted dancer risks his future as he grapples with romance and rebellion in this passionate tale of love and liberation set amidst the conservative confines of modern Georgian society. (DVD, Blu-ray release: June 23)

The Blackout: Invasion Earth: An unexplained phenomenon has struck the Earth. Contact between most towns on Earth has been severed. A small area in Eastern Europe is the only location that still has electricity. When military forces venture outside, they discover a shocking truth — corpses everywhere. Who or what is destroying all life on Earth? And how long can the last outpost of mankind endure? (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A Clear Shot: Inspired by the true story of the 1991 Good Guys Electronics Store siege in Sacramento, California, the largest hostage siege negotiation ever attempted in the United States. The electronic store erupted into chaos as four gunmen stormed the premises. Rick Gomez, Sacramento Police Departments’ top negotiator, realized he needed to talk down the gunmen and keep everyone safe, all the while juggling government politics. (DVD release: Day & date)

Feral: A homeless woman living in the tunnels below New York City survives on her own terms in the days leading up to a blizzard. (Digital, VOD only)

June 5

The Dinner Party: Renowned surgeon and culinary enthusiast Carmine Braun invites playwright Jeffrey Duncan and his wife to join his eccentric friends at their semi-annual dinner party, having promised to fund Duncan’s new play to Broadway. As the evening descends into madness, the group’s true intentions are revealed. (DVD release: Day & date)

June 9

Here Awhile: Terminally ill Anna returns to Oregon to reconnect with her estranged brother while simultaneously making the heart-wrenching choice to end her life putting to use the Death with Dignity Act. (Digital, VOD only)

Lost in America: Director Rotimi Rainwater’s shocking documentary that sheds light on the millions of youth living on the streets everyday in America. Film follows Rainwater as he takes an all-encompassing look at youth homelessness, highlighting issues such as human trafficking, the foster care system, youth rejected because of their sexuality, domestic violence, abuse and more. (DVD release: Day & date)

Sesame Street – When You Wish Upon a Pickle : When a mysterious wishing machine is delivered to Sesame Street, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, and Ernie find their wishes coming true after they talk to the magical pickle inside. One word of warning though: when you wish upon a pickle, make sure you read ALL the directions first. (Digital only)

Think Like a Dog: Family comedy follows 12-year-old Oliver, a tech prodigy whose middle-school science fair experiment goes awry, creating a telepathic connection between him and his furry friend, Henry. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

You Don’t Nomi: A chorus of film critics and fervent devotees explore the complicated afterlife of 1995’s biggest film flop, Paul Verhoeven’s salacious “Showgirls,” from disastrous release to cult adoration and extraordinary redemption. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 21)

June 12

Burden: Set in a southern community scarred from deep-rooted racism, an unlikely friendship forms when an African American reverend (Forest Whitaker) helps a KKK member (Garrett Hedlund) leave the Klan. (DVD: June 23)

The Departure: Before leaving Los Angeles to start a new job in New York, Nate, with the help of his best friend John, devises a wicked plan to test his girlfriend’s loyalty. (Digital, VOD only)

The Soul Collector: In an attempt to start a new life with his young, fragmented family, bankrupt William returns to the South African farm he inherited from his estranged father. But their farmhand, Lazarus, carries a dark secret: a demon child with an insatiable appetite for human souls. (Digital, VOD only)

June 16

Roger Waters: Us + Them: A film documenting the acclaimed 2017-2018 tour of the iconic Pink Floyd artist Roger Waters, comes to 4K, HD and SD Digital on June 16. Viewers on digital will have access to all-new post-feature content including two additional concert songs not included in the original feature, as well as “A Fleeting Glimpse,” a documentary short featuring behind-the-scenes moments from the tour. (Digital only)

Seahorse: The Dad Who Gave Birth: Freddy is 30 and yearns to start a family but this poses unique challenges. He is a gay transgender man. He is unprepared for the physical and emotional realities of pregnancy. Against a backdrop of hostility towards trans people, he is forced to confront his naivety. (Digital, VOD only)

Sniper: Assassin’s End: Legendary sniper Thomas Beckett and his son, Special Ops Sniper Brandon Beckett, are on the run from the CIA, Russian Mercenaries, and a Yakuza-trained assassin with sniper skills that rival both legendary sharp shooters. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Sukiyaki Western Django: A nameless gunfighter arrives in a town ripped apart by rival gangs and, though courted by both to join, chooses his own path. An English-language film from famed Japanese auteur Takashi Miike. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

2 Minutes of Fame: After his impressions of a comedian named Marques (Katt Williams) make him an online sensation, Deandre (Jay Pharoah) goes to L.A. with dreams of stand-up stardom. But his girlfriend (Keke Palmer) needs him to be a stand-up guy and help raise their young son. (DVD: Day & date)

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael: Tagged by Roger Ebert as the most influential film critic of the late twentieth century, the film tells the story of Pauline’s turbulent life and work, through never-seen archival footage, her published writing and personal letters, and interviews with both friends and foes of her pen. (DVD release: Day & date)

June 18

You Should Have Left: A screenwriter travels to a remote house in Wales with his family so that he can write the sequel to his big hit film, but he begins to regret his decision after suffering from a severe case of writer’s block … and when he discovers the secluded countryside house has a dark past. (VOD only)

June 19

Babyteeth: When seriously ill teenager Milla falls madly in love with small-time drug dealer Moses, it’s her parents’ worst nightmare. But as Milla’s first brush with love brings her a renewed lust for life, traditional morals go out the window. (VOD only)

Jack & Yaya: LGBTQ+ feature documentary captures a year in the life of childhood best friends Jack and Yaya who go from swapping gendered Christmas gifts as kids to transitioning in their twenties. (VOD only)

June 23

Desolation Center: The untold story of a series of guerrilla music and art performance happenings in the 80s which inspired the birth of contemporary festival culture including Burning Man, Lollapalooza, and Coachella. (Digital only)

Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time Volume 3 Comedy and Camp: The final volume of Time Warp digs deep into what makes people laugh over and over again with the greatest cult comedies and campy classics of all-time. From “Fast Time at Ridgemont High” and “Office Space” to “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” and “Showgirls.” (Digital, VOD only)

Trolls World Tour Dance Party Edition: Queen Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) discover that their kingdom is only one of six musical realms —- Funk, Country, Techno, Classical, Pop, and Rock — that were once united in perfect harmony. When the power-hungry ruler of the Rocker Trolls threatens to silence all other music so her tribe can reign supreme, Poppy and Branch must embark on an epic quest to unite the realms of Trollskind. (DVD, Blu-ray release: July 7)

June 26

Arrow Video Bites Into July Streaming: Arrow Video has announced the July slate of titles on their subscription-based Arrow Video Channel, including acclaimed undead comedy Zombie for Sale and “Gamera: The Complete Collection” (all 12 films starring mankind’s greatest defender: a fire-breathing mutant turtle) … and 50 other titles.

Ella Fitzgerald: Just One Of Those Things: Much heralded, critically acclaimed documentary about the one-and-only “First Lady of Jazz” reveals an intimate history of a beloved icon. Featuring never-before-seen footage, the film includes interviews with Smokey Robinson, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Itzhak Perlman, Norma Miller, the late Andre Previn, and a rare conversation with Ella Fitzgerald’s son, Ray Brown Jr. (Released to Virtual Cinemas only)

Irresistible: From writer-director Jon Stewart comes the comedy of a Democratic political consultant (Steve Carell) who helps a retired Marine colonel (Chris Cooper) run for mayor in a small Wisconsin town. (VOD only)

Madagasikara: In 2009, fed up with increased poverty and widespread corruption, Madagascar’s citizens took to the streets in protest. After the president was forced to resign, the international community terminated most foreign assistance to this chronically impoverished island nation. Over 60% of the country’s revenues were immediately wiped out, resulting in the dramatic curtailment of education, health care, sanitation and access to food. This documentary is the story of three resilient women fighting for the survival of their families and the education of their children against the overwhelming forces of domestic political instability, international political hypocrisy and the crushing poverty caused by both. (Digital only)

A Regular Woman: Based on a contentious, real-life “honor killing” in 2005 that shocked Germany, this film offers a novel and captivating approach: the murdered woman, a 23-year-old German of Turkish-Kurdish ancestry shot point blank by her youngest brother, narrates the action both before and after her death. (Via participating Virtual Cinema theatres)

June 28

Legacy of Lies: An ex-MI6 agent ( Scott Adkins) is thrown back into the world of espionage and high stakes to uncover the shocking truth about operations conducted by unknown secret services. (DVD release: Day & date)

June 30

Earth: Several billion tons of earth are moved annually by humans – with shovels, excavators and dynamite. This documentary observes people, in mines, quarries and large construction sites, engaged in a constant struggle to take possession of the planet. (VOD only)

Force of Nature: A cop, a doctor, and a retired detective team up to battle a deadly gang of thieves as a brutal hurricane engulfs the city. Stars Emile Hirsch, Kate Bosworth, Mel Gibson. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Viena and the Fantomes: Viena (Dakota Fanning), a beautiful, young roadie, travels with the Fantomes, an edgy post-punk band, as they tour through America in the 1980s. But what starts out as a wild ride of concerts and parties quickly descends into an alcohol and drug induced haze. (Digital, VOD only)

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July 1

Big Dogs: The new series exists in an alternate reality of New York City. Businesses are shuttered, crime is rampant, black markets thrive. Drug are run via taxis and NYPD detectives use taxis for undercover teams trying to rein in the chaos. (VOD only)

July 3

Black Magic for White Boys: In an almost ruined theater, among bizarre characters, a businessman decides to appeal to his old book of “real” magic spells to modify his financial crisis while a middle-aged man gets in trouble when his new girlfriend becomes pregnant. (Digital, VOD only)

Cut Off: German thriller set in the world of Forensic Pathology. Coroner Paul Herzfeld finds a capsule in the head of a heavily mutilated corpse, containing a phone number and single word: the name of his daughter. (Digital only)

Family Romance, LLC: Werner Herzog’s latest film — the story of a Tokyo-based company that offers the perfect stand-ins for absent family members, friends or admirers, available to rent for any occasion — streams for free on MUBI one day only. (VOD only)

SUZI-Q: The official Suzi Quatro documentary is the definitive, unexpurgated story of the girl from Detroit City who redefined the role and image of women in rock’n’roll. (DVD, release: Day & date)

July 7

Battlefield 2025: Weekend campers, an escaped convict, young lovers and a police officer experience a night of terror when a hostile visitor from another world descends on a small Arizona town. (VOD only)

Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo: This feature documentary reveals the extraordinary life journey of Hollywood’s most unlikely hero — Danny Trejo, from a life of hard drugs and armed robberies to Hollywood red carpets and mentoring addicts. (Digital only)

The Medicine: Can an ancient Amazonian plant medicine help heal mankind? The Medicine reveals the hidden mysteries of one of nature’s most powerful and controversial healing remedies- Ayahuasca. (Digital, VOD only)

Mighty Oak: Tells the story of Gina, a band manager who struggles after losing her brother/lead singer in a fatal car accident while traveling to a gig. A decade later, Gina meets a 10-year-old music prodigy named Oak (played by newcomer Tommy Ragen, a real-life prodigy whose music inspired the screenplay), who seems to possess the same qualities as Gina’s late brother, inspiring her to pull her life back together and try to reunite the band with Oak as its new front man. (Digital only)

Slay the Dragon: Centering on the work of Michigan activist Katie Fahey and the organization, “Voters Not Politicians,” this documentary shows how gerrymandering — the practice of redrawing electoral maps to serve a single party — poses such a great threat to our democracy. Although gerrymandering has been around for over a century, in today’s hyper-partisan political environment it has been taken to unprecedented extremes, fueled by the elimination of corporate campaign contribution limits and the availability of vast amounts of personal information. (DVD release: Day & date)

Where Sleeping Dogs Lie: A dark dramatic comedy that follows two brothers and a childhood friend through one long night as they find themselves in a tragic twist of events during a botched robbery. (Digital, VOD only)

July 8

Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly: Human rights become profoundly personal when dissident artist Ai Weiwei’s monumental exhibition on Alcatraz inspires thousands of visitors to connect with prisoners of conscience worldwide. (In Virtual Cinemas only)

July 10

Deany Bean Is Dead!’: A down-on-her-luck woman tries to win back her ex-boyfriend at his engagement party without revealing that her recently strangled boss is in the trunk of her car. (VOD only)

First Cow: A loner and cook has traveled west and joined a group of fur trappers in the Oregon Territory, though he only finds connection with a Chinese immigrant. The men collaborate on a business, although its longevity is reliant upon the participation of a wealthy landowner’s prized milking cow. The latest from Kelly Reichardt. (Digital only: Google Play, ITunes, FandangoNOW, Amazon)

Greyhound: Tom Hanks stars as a longtime Navy veteran who, as a first-time captain, is tasked with protecting a convoy of 37 ships carrying thousands of soldiers and much-needed supplies across the treacherous waters of the Atlantic during World War II. (Apple TV)

Relic: A daughter, mother and grandmother are haunted by a manifestation of dementia that consumes their family’s home. “Relic” had its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2019 to critical acclaim, praising the film as a fresh and terrifying twist on the notorious haunted-house tale. (Digital only: Amazon)

Widow of Silence: In a conflict ridden Kashmir, a Muslim half-widow finds herself, her 11 year old daughter and ill mother-in-law in a crisis when she attempts to get her missing husband’s death certificate from the government. Now she will have to find the strength to come out from an unthinkable and absurd situation. (Virtual cinema premiere)

July 14

The Carer: Dorottya is a young Hungarian actress with a burning desire: to make it on the English stage. Legendary actor Sir Michael Gifford (Brian Cox) suffers from an incurable disease, and has one desire: be left alone. When Dorottya becomes his carer they both hope their wish will be fulfilled. (Amazon, Kanopy; DVD release: Day & date)

Dateline-Saigon: Documentary tells the inspiring story of a small group of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists — David Halberstam, Neil Sheehan, Malcolm Browne, Peter Arnett, and the great photojournalist Horst Faas — who fought to report a truth that was vastly different from the rosy version put forth by the White House during the early years of the Vietnam War … even as their own government sought to discredit them. (Apple TV, iTunes, Amazon; DVD release: Day & date)

Enter the Fat Dragon: The film chronicles the events that transformed super-fit super-cop Fallon Zhu (Donnie Yen) into a records clerk with a major snack cake habit — and one shot to regain his job and his fiancée. A hilarious parody of Bruce Lee’s 1972 film “Way of the Dragon” and a reimagining of the popular comedy martial arts film starring Sammo Hung. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

F11 and Be There: Documentary on Burk Uzzle who for For 65 years and counting, has created some of the most iconic photographs in American history. From Martin Luther King to Woodstock to America’s small towns and back roads, Uzzle’s photographs have provided a breathtaking commentary on American civil rights, race, social justice, and art. (VOD: Ovid.tv, Vimeo)

July 17

Carmilla: 25 years before the story of Dracula sprang to supernatural life, there was an enchanting young woman with a taste for blood. (Virtual cinema premiere)

The Painted Bird: Based on the acclaimed Jerzy Kosiriski novel, the film is a meticulous 35mm black and white evocation of wild, primitive Eastern Europe at the bloody close of World War II. Stars Petr Kotlár, Stellan Skarsgård, Harvey Keitel, Barry Pepper, Julian Sands and Udo Kier. (Digital, VOD only)

Two Ways to Go West: A recovering drug addict and former TV star reunites with two childhood friends for a weekend in Vegas. Good intentions begin to collide as unresolved issues with his friends and new girlfriend begin to present a threat to his sobriety. (Digital only)

July 21

Attraction 2: Invasion: Two years have passed since an alien spaceship crash-landed in Chertanovo. After her direct contact with extra terrestrial technologies, Julia, a previously ordinary girl, has become an object of study at the Ministry of Defense’s secret labs, where she discovers she is developing seemingly impossible superhuman powers. But her amazing potential has made her the target of new intergalactic entities, plunging the world into a cosmic threat. (Amazon; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Grand Unified Theory of Howard Bloom: Howard Bloom spent much of the 1970s and 80s as the publicist for iconic musicians like Michael Jackson, Prince, Joan Jett, Run-DMC, and Aerosmith. When a rare disease left him housebound for 15 years, Bloom reinvented himself as an author, publishing several books on evolutionary psychology and humanity’s role in the cosmos. (Digital, VOD only)

Guest Artist: The story of a young man coming face to face with his hero (Jeff Daniels) and exploring the tangled relationship between the dreams of youth and the wisdom of age. (Digital only)

The High Note: Set in the dazzling world of the LA music scene. Grace Davis (Tracee Ellis Ross) is a superstar whose talent, and ego, have reached unbelievable heights. Maggie (Dakota Johnson) is Grace’s overworked personal assistant who still aspires to her childhood dream of becoming a music producer. When Grace’s manager (Ice Cube) presents her with a choice that could alter the course of her career, Grace must choose between playing it safe or listening to her heart . (VOD. Released to digital May 29; DVD & Blu-ray release: August 11)

The Room: When Kate and Matt leave the city to move into an old house, they discover a secret hidden room that has the extraordinary power to materialize anything they wish for, and their new life becomes a true fairytale. Yet beneath this apparent state of bliss, something darker lurks: some wishes can have dire consequences. (Amazon; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Whistlers: Follows Cristi, a Romanian policeman who plays both sides of the law. As he embarks on a high-stakes heist with the beautiful Gilda, both will have to navigate the twists and turns of corruption, treachery and deception. But a trip to the Canary Islands to learn a secret whistling language might just be what they need to pull it off. (Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, FandangoNOW; DVD release: Day & date)

The Wild Goose Lake: This elegantly down-and-dirty film follows the desperate attempts of small-time mob boss Zhou Zenong to stay alive after he mistakenly kills a cop and a dead-or-alive reward is put on his head. Director Diao Yinan proves his action bona fides in a series of stylized set pieces and violent shocks, simultaneously devising a romance between Zhou and a mysterious young woman who’s out to either help or betray him. Yinan’s much anticipated follow-up to his amazing breakthrough film “Black Coal, Thin Ice.” (Amazon, iTunes, Vudu; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

July 24

Days of the Whale: Set in the bustling city of Medellín, Colombia’s second-largest city, the film follows Cristina and Simon, two young graffiti artists who tag spots around where they live. Tensions rise when Cristina and Simon’s rebellious, restless spirit leads them to defy a gang by painting a mural over a threatening tag. (In Virtual Cinemas only)

Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful: Inspired by his roots in Berlin, German photographer Helmut Newton rose to a cult status that exists today, even after his tragic death in a Los Angeles car crash in 2006. As one of the great masters of photography, Newton made a name for himself exploring and elevating the female form. Through candid interviews, Grace Jones, Charlotte Rampling, Isabella Rossellini, Anna Wintour and others, including Newton’s wife June, share their thoughts on Newton’s life and legacy, and remain at the core of his work — capturing provocative, unconventional and, at times, subversive images of women. (Aspen Film Virtual Cinema)

July 28

Deep Blue Sea 3: In the second sequel, Dr. Emma Collins and her team are spending their third summer on the island of Little Happy studying the effect of climate change on the great white sharks who come to the nearby nursery every year to give birth. However, their peaceful life is disrupted when a “scientific” team shows up looking for three bull sharks. But, it turns out, these aren’t just any bull sharks. (Amazon, VUDU; DVD, Blu-ray release: August 25)

Nose to Tail: Over one increasingly frantic day and night, a talented but abrasive chef struggles with personal demons and the pressures of running a high-end restaurant as he tries to save the business he’s sacrificed everything in his life to build. (Digital, VOD only)

July 31

The Fight: Documentary showcases the heroic efforts of the ACLU and the relentless attorneys leading the fight for human rights — abortion rights, immigration rights, LGBT rights and voting rights. (Digital, VOD only)

A Girl Missing: One of the finest Japanese directors to emerge in the last decade, Kôji Fukada has earned renown for crafting suspenseful dramas. In this slow-burning thriller, also scripted by Fukada, Ichiko works as a home-care nurse to the elderly matriarch of the Oisho family — long enough to feel like part of the family. She’s closest to the eldest sister, Motoko, who’s studying to follow in Ichiko’s footsteps. However, their happy routine is disrupted when Motoko’s sister, Saki, is abducted. The girl is eventually returned, but it’s discovered that her kidnapper was Ichiko’s nephew – a fact that Motoko insists they keep between them. (Released to Virtual Cinemas only)

The Secret: Believe Again: A widow (Katie Holmes) struggling to get by meets a stranger (Josh Lucas) who subscribes to a philosophy of positive thinking. Based on Rhonda Byrnes best seller. (VOD only)

Summerland: Alice is a reclusive writer, resigned to a solitary life on the seaside cliffs of Southern England while World War II rages across the channel. When she opens her front door one day to find she’s to adopt a young London evacuee named Frank, she’s resistant. It’s not long, however, before the two realize they have more in common in their pasts than Alice had assumed. (Digital, VOD, theatrical only)

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August 4

Ballbuster: An entitled all-star basketball icon (Jerry O’Connell) is suspended from the league just before the final championship due to poor judgement and if he wants another chance to play in game seven, he has to tour with a charity league team of castoffs. (Apple TV, Google Play, Amazon, FandangoNOW; DVD release: September 8)

CRSHD: Female-driven sex comedy follows college freshman Izzy Alden and her two best friends, Anuka and Fiona, as they embark on a journey to get Izzy to a “crush party” so she can lose her virginity before the end of the semester. (Digital, VOD only)

Day 13: Horror-thriller full of summer romance, abductions and occult sacrifices. (VOD: Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Xbox, Playstation, Vudu, FandangoNOW, Vimeo)

House of Hummingbird: Positioned against the backdrop of a rapidly expanding Seoul in 1994, a lonely 14-year-old girl moves through life like a hummingbird searching for a taste of sweetness wherever she may find it. Deprived of attention from her family, the girl roams the neighborhood with her best friend, attempts romantic relationships with both girls and boys alike and is sent to the hospital with an unclear diagnosis. (Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Red Penguins: Detailing an incredible true story involving gangsters, strippers, and live bears serving beer on a hockey rink, this documentary tells the wild forgotten true story of capitalism and opportunism run amok in Moscow. Shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the famed Red Army hockey team formed a joint venture that redefined what was possible in the new Russia. (Digital, VOD)

The Resistance Fighter (a.k.a. Kurier): Tells the incredible true story of the Polish war hero Jan Nowak-Jezioranski, a man of extraordinary courage, who served as an emissary between the commanders of Poland’s resistance movement and the Polish government in exile in London at the height of the Second World War. (Amazon; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Ride Your Wave: The latest film by anime auteur Masaaki Yuasa, director of” The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl.” Hinako is a surf-loving college student who has just moved to a small seaside town. When a fire breaks out at her apartment building, she is rescued by Minato, a handsome firefighter, and the two soon fall in love. Just as they become inseparable, Minato loses his life in an accident at sea. Hinako is so distraught that she can no longer even look at the ocean, but one day she sings a song that reminds her of their time together, and Minato appears in the water. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Shanghai Triad: A provincial boy related to a Shanghai crime family is recruited by his uncle into cosmopolitan Shanghai in the 1930s to be a servant to a ganglord’s mistress. From legendary director Zhang Yimou comes this thrilling and sumptuously stylized potboiler about the Chinese criminal underworld. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Stand: How One Gesture Shook the World: It is one of the most iconic images of our time: two African-American medal winners at the 1968 Olympics standing in silent protest with heads bowed and fists raised as “The Star Spangled Banner” is played. Fifty years later, that singular event remains deeply inspiring, controversial and even misunderstood as one of the most overtly political statement in the annals of sports. (Amazon; Digital, VOD only)

Star Light: Horror film about a teen whose life is turned upside down when he helps a world-famous pop star on the run to escape her violent pursuers. (Digital, VOD only)

The Swan Princess: A Royal Wedding: Princess Odette and Prince Derek are going to a wedding for Princess Mei and her beloved Chen. But evil forces are afoot and the wedding plans become tarnished in this 10th entry in the franchise. (Digital only)

August 7

Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Psychomagic, A Healing Art: Alejandro Jodorowsky’s (“El Topo”) new documentary is an intimate exploration of the visionary director’s theory of trauma therapy. His unique concept of healing uses performance art as a vehicle to counter deep, debilitating psychic suffering with literal “acts of confrontation” in real world applications. (VOD only)

Beast No More: A young biologist suffering the loss of a child escapes suburbia in favor of the Australian bush. Amidst her grief she is offered the chance to be a mother again, but only at a cost. (VOD only)

River City Drumbeat: A powerful story of music, love, and legacies set in the American South. Edward “Nardie” White devoted his life to leading the African-American drum corps he co-founded with Zambia Nkrumah in Louisville, Kentucky three decades ago. Together they inspired youth from their West Louisville neighborhood to thrive by connecting them with the art and cultural traditions of their African ancestors. (Released to Virtual Cinemas only)

The Secret Garden: A new take on the beloved classic novel of the same name written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Set in England during a new time period, in 1947, the film follows a young orphan girl who, after being sent to live with her uncle, discovers a magical garden on the grounds of his estate. Stars Colin Firth, Julie Walters and Dixie Egerickx. (VOD)

August 8

Invasion Earth: New UK science-fiction thriller about a group of addicts who attend therapy to avoid being sent to prison, while a TV journalist goes undercover and joins the group to try and expose this as a scam. However, all of their lives are thrown into chaos by the beginning of an alien invasion.(Amazon; DVD release: Day & date)

August 11

G-LOC: An allegorical sci-fi story set in a fantastic other-world where humans are pitted against one another for survival. With Earth virtually destroyed, Bran Marshall flees to the Rhea, a planet hostile to Earthlings. Escaping onto a Rhean supply ship, he finds the crew slaughtered, with the only survivor a female warrior named Ohsha. (DVD: Day & date)

Gripped: Climbing The Killer Pillar: Follows the story of Rose, a gym climber from Los Angeles who falls for Bret, a rugged outdoorsman who gets the two in over their heads when they embark on the famous rock climbing route called “Killer Pillar.” (Digital, VOD)

I Am Vengeance: Retaliation: Former special-forces soldier John Gold is given the opportunity to bring Sean Teague – the man who betrayed his team on their final mission in Eastern Europe several years ago – to justice. Along the way, Gold will have to fight off Teague’s team who are attempting to extract him, as well as a sniper seemingly hell-bent on killing Teague before he can be secured. (Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft, Vudu; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The King of Staten Island: Scott (Pete Davidson) has been a case of arrested development since his firefighter dad died. He spends his days smoking weed and dreaming of being a tattoo artist until events force him to grapple with his grief and take his first steps forward in life. (DVD, Blu-ray release: August 25)

Unraveling Athena: The Champions of Women’s Tennis: Documentary explores the interweaving lives and narrative of female tennis royalty. Featuring extensive interviews with Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert, Evonne Goolagong, Pam Shriver, Martina Hingis, Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario, Monica Seles, Kim Clijsters, Caroline Wozniacki, Ana Ivanovic, Justine Henin, Jelena Jankovic, Victoria Azarenka, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Sania Mirza, Dinara Safina, and Tracy Austin. (Digital only: AppleTV, Amazon, VUDU, GooglePlay, hoopla, Fandango Now, Comcast, Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Charter)

Valley of the Gods: Fantasy thriller contrasts abundance and poverty through three separate storylines, featuring a middle-class writer, an eccentric trillionaire and a struggling Navajo community. Post-divorce, copywriter John Ecas undertakes the biography of the richest man on earth, who is dead-set on mining sacred lands for uranium. When modernity runs afoul of long-dormant guardians from ancient legend, even the most unimaginable wealth may soon meet its match. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

A White, White Day: An off duty police begins to suspect a local man for having had an affair with his recently dead wife. Gradually his obsession for finding out the truth accumulates and inevitably begins to endanger himself and his loved ones. Iceland’s official Oscar submission. (iTunes, Amazon, Vudu; DVD: Day & date)

August 14

Before the Fire: As a global pandemic engulfs Los Angeles, rising TV star Ava Boone is forced to flee the mounting chaos and return to her rural hometown. As she struggles to acclimate to a way of life she left behind long ago, her homecoming attracts a dangerous figure from her past – threatening both her and the family that serves as her only sanctuary. (Digital, VOD)

Endless: Drama follows love struck high school graduates Riley (Alexandra Shipp) and Chris (Nicholas Hamilton). When they are separated by a tragic car accident, Riley blames herself for her boyfriend’s death while Chris is stranded in limbo. Miraculously, the two find a way to connect. (VOD only)

August 18

Emperor: An escaped slave travels north and has chance encounters with Frederick Douglass and John Brown. Based on the life story of Shields Green. (DVD, release: Day & date)

A Life of Endless Summers: The Bruce Brown Story: An exclusive retrospective documentary on Bruce Brown’s life told by the one who knew him best, his son, Dana Brown. It’s a story of a man, a father, a husband, a filmmaker, a pioneer, a legend. (Digital, VOD only)

Pretending I’m a Superman: In 1999, the video game Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater shook the world when it sold 9 million copies upon release and changed the skateboarding scene forever. This documentary is the story of the skaters and developers who came together to create the best-selling game as well as a look into how skateboarding became a part of the mainstream. (Digital, VOD only)

Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies: A definitive documentary on the history of nudity in the movies, beginning with the silent movie era through present day, examining the changes in morality that led to the use of nudity in films while emphasizing the political, sociological and artistic changes that shaped this rich history. (VOD only)

Tracks: A young couple tries to save their failing relationship by interrailing around Europe together. Things don’t quite go to plan and they find themselves in all sorts of awkward situations. (Digital, VOD only)

August 21

The August Virgin: A film diary of one young woman’s dreamy, sensual summer story of coming-of-age, in the vivid Madrid streets, filled with music, art, dancing and good conversation. Featuring music by, and an appearance by well-known Spanish singer Soléa Morente. (Via participating Virtual Cinema theatres)

Desert One: Barbara Kopple’s (“Harlan County USA” and “American Dream”) documentary feature, produced by HISTORY, recounts the April 24/25, 1980 thrilling attempt to rescue 52 US citizens who were taken hostage by Iranian revolutionaries in Tehran. (Released to Virtual Cinemas only)

Hard Kill: When billionaire tech CEO Donovan Chalmers (Bruce Willis) hires a team of mercenaries to protect a lethal piece of technology, security expert and team leader Derek Miller (Jesse Metcalfe) finds himself in a deadly showdown with an old enemy. The mission becomes even higher risk when Chalmers’ daughter is kidnapped by a terrorist group who will stop at nothing to obtain the tech. (Virtual cinema release; VOD: August 25)

The Prey: Undercover Chinese cop Xin is on a secret international mission when a surprise raid puts him in a remote Cambodian jungle prison that plays by its own rules: The ruthless warden sells prisoners as human prey for rich hunters looking for thrills in the jungle. Cambodian thriller by the director of “Jailbreak.” (Via participating Virtual Cinema theatres; iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu: VOD: August 25)

The Unfamiliar: A British Army doctor comes back from a war, thinking that she has PTSD only to discover that there is a more daunting malevolence at work making the life that she knew unfamiliar: a terrifying, invisible enemy has infested her entire family. (Digital only)

The Vanished: A family vacation takes a terrifying turn when parents Paul and Wendy discover their young daughter has vanished without a trace. Stopping at nothing to find her, the search for the truth leads to a shocking revelation in this psychological thriller. (DVD release: October 20)

Watch List: Set against the drug wars in the Philippines. After her husband is murdered under mysterious circumstances, Maria is left to fend for her three children in a police state. As she delves into Manila’s dark underworld of cops, criminals, and drugs to find answers, she realizes the truth is never black and white. (Virtual Theatres August 21, VOD September 1)

August 23

Superman: Man of Tomorrow: Daily Planet intern Clark Kent takes learning-on-the-job to new extremes when Lobo and Parasite set their sights on Metropolis in the next entry in the popular animated series of DC Universe Movies. (Amazon; DVD, Blu-ray release: September 8)

August 25

The Burnt Orange Heresy: Hired to steal a rare painting from one of the most enigmatic painters of all time, an ambitious art dealer becomes consumed by his own greed and insecurity as the operation spins out of control. Co-stars Mick Jagger in his first movie role in more than 20 years. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Einstein’s Universe: Based on the bestseller by Nigel Calder, this acclaimed documentary, narrated by Peter Ustinov — now remastered and digitally restored — gives viewers front row seats to Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity and much more. (iTunes, Amazon, Vudu; DVD/Blu-ray combo release: Day & date)

The Great Deceiver: Scheming to steal a fortune from a corrupt CEO, a hardened criminal instead becomes entangled in an evil world of deception until he faces the greatest deceiver of all, the Devil. (Digita, VOD: iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play)

One Man and His Shoes: Documentary reveals the story behind the global phenomenon of Nike’s Air Jordan sneakers showing their social, cultural, and racial significance and how ground-breaking marketing strategies created a multi-billion-dollar business. It also delves into the darker side of success, a parable of America’s dark love affair with consumer capitalism and celebrity culture. (Digital: AppleTV, Amazon, VUDU, GooglePlay, FandangoNOW, Hoopla)

One Night in Bangkok: A hit man named Kai flies into Bangkok, gets a gun, and orders a cab. He offers a professional female driver big money to be his all-night driver. But when she realizes Kai is committing brutal murders at each stop, it’s too late to walk away. Meanwhile, an offbeat police detective races to decode the string of slayings before more blood is spilled. (DVD release: Day & date)

August 28

Centigrade: In 2002, a young American couple, Matthew and Naomi, travel to the arctic mountains of Norway. After pulling over during a snowstorm, they wake up trapped in their SUV, buried underneath layers of snow and Ice. As if the stakes aren’t high enough, Naomi is eight months pregnant. Inspired by real events. (VOD, Digital only)

Driven to Abstraction: Documentary unravels a mutating tale of self-delusion, greed, and fraud– the $80 million forgery scandal that rocked the art world and brought down Knoedler, New York City’s oldest and most venerable gallery. (Digital only)

Entwined: A city doctor, relocates his practice to a remote village and quickly falls for a young woman who lives in isolation with a mysterious skin condition. Determined to find her a cure, he learns of her dark secret .. and that all is not what it seems. (Via participating Virtual Cinema theatres; VOD release, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu, Direct TV, Dish Network: September 8)

The Faceless Man: Six friends venture out to a country holiday house to party over a weekend. Cut off from the rest of the world they soon learn the inhabitants are unsettling red neck individuals who terrorize and humiliate travelers. At the same time a paranormal monster seen as the faceless man haunts the house pushing the friends to their limits. (VOD only)

Rogue: Megan Fox stars as the battle-hardened mercenary team leader O’Hara, who leads a lively squad of soldiers on a daring mission: rescue hostages from their captors in remote Africa. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 1)

August 30

They Ain’t Ready for Me: The story of Tamar Manasseh, the African American rabbinical student who is leading the fight against senseless killings on the south side of Chicago. The film explores the challenges and motivations of this fearless community leader as she works to prevent more people from being killed by gun violence. (VOD only)

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September 1

Baba Yaga: Terror Of The Dark Forest: Based on a legend of ancient Slavic lore, this gripping horror feature uniquely blends suspense, supernatural horror fantasy and gritty narrative in equal measures. A young family hires a nanny to look after their children — but after gaining the trust of the unsuspecting parents, their new guardian begins exhibiting some alarmingly unnatural behavior — and then finally disappears with the girl. (AppleTV, Amazon, VUDU, GooglePlay, PlayStation, XBOX, hoopla, Fandango Now, DirecTV, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Charter, AT&T U-verse; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Bill & Ted Face the Music: Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter reprise their roles as Ted “Theodore” Logan and Bill S. Preston Esq. as the duo travel through time once again in their iconic pay-telephone booth. A visitor from the future tells the best friends, now adults, that one of their songs can save life as we know it and bring harmony to the universe. This time the pair enlist the help of their daughters in their wild adventure to save the world. (VOD only)

Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets: Genre-bending docudrama focuses on a Las Vegas dive bar named “The Roaring 20s” as it prepares to close its doors forever. Its longtime bartenders and patrons come together for one last night of alcohol-charged camaraderie, commemoration and consolation as they contemplate their place in a fracturing and downcast late-2016 America. (Blu-ray release: October 27)

Children of the Sea: When Ruka was younger, she saw a ghost in the water at the aquarium where her dad worked. Now she feels drawn toward the aquarium and the two mysterious boys she meets there. As the kids get caught up in the mystery behind a sudden worldwide disappearance of the ocean’s fish, they uncover cosmic connections that will change them forever. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Followed: When aspiring social media influencer “DropTheMike” is offered a lucrative sponsorship to grow his channel, he’s joined by his video crew on a visit to one of the most haunted hotels in America, where he’ll give his audience a horrific night of thrill-seeking the likes of which they have never seen before … but it quickly descends into a personal hell of true evil. (VOD: Amazon, DirecTV, Dish/Sling, FandangoNOW, GooglePlay, InDemand/Comcast, iTunes, Vubiquity, Vudu, Xbox)

Immortal: A horror/thriller anthology film told in four chapters about people thrown into the face of death only to emerge unharmed, but left staring at eternity with uncertainty and fear like they’ve never imagined. (VOD only)

A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio: Eight terrifying tales hosted by a horror radio DJ. (DVD release: Day & date)

The 2nd: Secret-service agent Vic Davis (Ryan Phillippe) is on his way to pick up his estranged son, Shawn (Jack Griffo), from his college campus when he finds himself in the middle of a high-stakes terrorist operation. The daughter of a Supreme Court Justice is the target and this armed faction will stop at nothing to kidnap her. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 6)

The Shadow of Violence: In the dark underbelly of rural Ireland, ex-boxer Douglas “Arm” Armstrong has become a feared enforcer for the drug-dealing Devers family. When his ruthless employers order him to kill for the first time, his loyalties are put to the test. (DVD: Day & date)

Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump: Is Donald Trump fit to hold the office of President of the United States? This documentary presents an eye-opening analysis of the behavior, psyche, condition and stability of Donald Trump. It takes a sociological look at the electorate that chose him, and the collective effect he is having on our culture and institutions. During the 2016 campaign, mental health professionals felt policy-bound from speaking publicly. Now, after years of observation, for the first time ever, they have decided enough is enough. (Digital, VOD)

The Wind Rises: First time on digital and VOD. Acclaimed filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki (“Spirited Away”) delivers a modern masterpiece with this Academy Award®-nominated exploration of creative passion in a hostile world. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 22)

September 4

The Andorra Hustle: Andorra, a tiny, independent country situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains with a total population of 80,000, found itself at the center of one of the most convoluted and outrageous bank robberies in modern history: On March 10, 2015, Banca Privada d’Andorra (BPA), a private bank in Andorra, was shut down by Spanish, American, and Andorran governments in Spain’s efforts to destroy the Catalonian Independence Movement, thus leaving dozens of innocent civilians facing prison for money laundering crimes that never existed, and scores of innocent families having their entire life savings stolen from them. This documentary explores the fraud. (VOD: Amazon)

The Argument: The comedy follows Jack and his girlfriend, Lisa as they get into an argument during a get=together with some friends over wine and charcuterie in their apartment. As the argument escalates, the party comes to an end and all their friends leave — but the party isn’t really over. Jack and Lisa recreate the party over and over again — with all their guests — in order to figure out who was right. (VOD)

Lost Girls & Love Hotels: Tells the story of an American English teacher named Margaret and her nightly pilgrimages through Tokyo’s glittering nightlife in an attempt to forget her painful past and discover new meaning in the arms of a mysterious Yakuza named Kazu. (Theatrical, VOD)

Mulan: Live-action version of Disney’s 1998 animated hit. Epic tale of a fearless young woman who risks everything out of love for her family and her country to become one of the greatest warriors China has ever known. (Premium VOD Disney+)

Still Here: A New York journalist who gets assigned the story of a missing African-American young girl risks his career and takes the matter into his own hands trying to find her. (VOD only)

September 8

Bad Education: The fascinating true story of one of the largest public-school embezzlement scandals in America. Inspired by the true story that rocked the town of Roslyn, NY in 2004 and garnered attention nationwide, the film centers on the stunning impact and aftermath of a multi-million dollar embezzlement scheme, and follows Frank Tassone (Hugh Jackman) and Pam Gluckin (Allison Janney), who reign over a popular Long Island school district on the verge of the nation’s top spot. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite!: This sequel begins 10 years after the Great Truce, which established a joint-species surveillance system designed and monitored by both cats and dogs. But a diabolical parrot (voiced by George Lopez) threatens this peace, manipulating cats and dogs back into conflict by hacking into wireless networks to use frequencies only they can hear. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 6)

Retaliation: Bloom stars as Malky, a demolition worker whose life receives a seismic shock when, out drinking with friends at a local pub, he sees a disturbing figure from his past: the man he holds responsible for a traumatic childhood incident. (Amazon, iTunes; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

September 11

I Am Woman: The inspiring story of singer Helen Reddy, who wrote and sang the song “I Am Woman” that became the anthem for the women’s movement in the 1970s. The film is a story of fearless ambition and passion, of a woman who smashed through the patriarchal norms of her time to become an international singing superstar. (VOD only)

Red, White & Wasted: Documentary follows a family of mudding enthusiasts as the last mudhole in Orlando, Florida goes up in flames and they are forced to reconsider their way of life in a city that doesn’t have room for them anymore. (Virtual cinema release; VOD: September 22)

September 14

Outlander: Season Five: The fifth season follows Claire and Jamie’s fight to protect those they love, as they navigate the trials and tribulations of life in colonial America. The Frasers strive to flourish within a society which is unwittingly marching towards Revolution, and Jamie must now defend the home they have built together while Claire seeks to put her own skills and medical expertise to use in keeping her family together and safe from harm. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 15)

September 15

DTF: Over the course of 18 months, a filmmaker follows his friend “Christian” as his career as a long-haul pilot takes him to the far corners of the Earth. Widowed and lonely, “Christian” uses his career to find new love in far-off lands as the camera captures his misadventures in lust and love. ( Amazon, iTunes, Comcast, Spectrum, Vudu: Digital, VOD only)

House of Cardin: Take a rare journey into the mind of a fashion genius, chronicling the life and career of legendary French designer Pierre Cardin. Originally renowned in the 50s and 60s for pioneering outrageously trendy ready-to-wear fashions, this documentary traces his origins as an apprentice all the way through to his current position atop a fashion empire. (DVD release: October 13)

The Last Laugh: A stand-up comedian on the verge of breakout success must make a terrible choice when he discovers a murderer on the loose in the theater where he’s about to perform his biggest show. (VOD only)

The Secret: Dare to Dream: Based on the groundbreaking best-selling book by Rhonda Byrne, the film follows Miranda (Katie Holmes), a young widow trying to make ends meet while raising her three children and dating her boyfriend (Jerry O’Connell). A devastating storm brings an enormous challenge and a mysterious man, Bray (Josh Lucas), into Miranda’s life. (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD release: September 22)

Wheels: Dreaming of a better future, a young DJ confronts his family struggles in the streets of Brooklyn. (VOD, Digital only)

September 18

Mambo Man: In 2017, after more than half a century since Castro’s revolution, Cuba opens her arms to the West and the Yankee dollar. Born into communism, JC (Héctor Noas) thinks himself a big fish in a small pond – a local music producer and promoter, farmer and small-time hustler who lives by his wits and imagination. Now he gambles everything on a once-in-a-lifetime deal in a music-filled drama shot on the island and based on a true story. (Virtual theater release)

Murder in the Woods: Centered on a group of college friends who plan a getaway to celebrate a birthday party at a desolate cabin in the woods. Soon after arriving at the mysterious cabin in the woods, the teens discover the dark secret it holds, which forces them to fight for their lives. (Digital, VOD only)

Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs: Animated retelling of the Snow White fable, only this time it’s the princess who must save the prince(s)– all seven of them. Features the voices of Chloë Grace Moretz, Sam Claflin, Gina Gershon, Patrick Warburton. (DVD, Blu-ray release: September 22)

September 22

Beckman: Aaron Beckman (Daniel A. R. White) is finished — done with a life lived in the shadows as a cruel gun for hire. In desperation, he appeals to the church and is welcomed by an ailing pastor (Jeff Fahey). However, his journey towards salvation is cut short when his adopted daughter is kidnapped by a deranged cult leader named Reese (William Baldwin). Blinded by rage, Beckman sets off on a dangerous rescue mission and is forced to revert back to his old violent ways. (DVD release: Day & date)

Jay Sebring … Cutting to the Truth: A fascinating, in-depth look at the legacy of revolutionary sixties Hollywood trendsetter Jay Sebring, a cultural icon of the 1960s who created a billion-dollar men’s hair and fashion industry and defined iconic Hollywood styles for men … and who was murdered (along with Sharon Tate and others) at the hands of the Manson family in 1969. (AppleTV, Amazon, VUDU, GooglePlay, XBOX, hoopla, Fandango Now, Verizon, DirecTV, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Charter, AT&T U-verse)

Let It Snow: Separated from her fiancé after sneaking onto a restricted slope, a free-riding snowboarder must survive not only against nature, but also the masked snowmobile rider in black who is out for her blood. (DVD: Day & date)

Resisterhood: Examining the ongoing reverberations of the 2016 U.S. presidential election from a women’s perspective, this film is a compelling and impactful documentary urging us all to use our voice and our vote to shape the future of our country — and never has it been more urgent than today. Showcases the inspiring stories of six incredibly diverse activists as they work tirelessly to enact change to protect our civil rights and to motivate others to do the same — including peace movement leaders from the African-American, Latina, Muslim and LGBTQ+ communities. (Digital: Amazon, Vimeo on Demand, more)

Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story: The documentary goes behind the scenes with the female stunt performers who drive the action and thrills of Hollywood’s biggest blockbuster movies from the silent age to the present day. It’s the inspiring untold story about the unsung professionals, their struggles on screen to perform at the highest level, and their fight off-screen to be treated fairly and equally. (VOD, AppleTV, Amazon, VUDU, GooglePlay, hoopla, Fandango Now, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Charter)

The Swerve: Holly seems to have it all: two kids, a nice house, a good job as a teacher, and a husband with his career on the way up. But there are troubling signs that all is not right in her world. With the weight of a dark secret her already delicate balance collapses, sending her spiraling out of control. (Digital, VOD: iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox, YouTube, Amazon, Fandango Now, DirecTV, Breaker, Playstation, Redbox TVOD)

September 23

I’ll Be Around: Against the backdrop of a post-punk music festival, dozens of struggling thirty-somethings deal with a wide variety of social and philosophical issues in their respective lives, from generational angst to premature ejaculation. (VOD only)

September 25

Dead: Marbles, a hapless stoner, can see ghosts. Tagg, a recently dead wannabe super-cop, needs to find a serial killer. Can a critical ghost cop and a directionless stoner get over their prejudices and work together to save lives … and deaths? (Virtual cinema release; Digital, VOD: October 6)

LX 2048: In the near future, the sun has become so toxic people can no longer leave their houses in daytime, and normal life is conducted mostly inside the virtual realm. Against this dystopian backdrop, a dying man seeks to ensure the future well-being of his family, while coping with what it means to be human in this new reality. (VOD: Amazon, iTunes, Comcast, Spectrum, Dish, DirecTV, Vudu)

Misbehaviour: A group of women hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London. When the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favorite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head. (VOD only)

September 26

Guilt: Jessie Fuller, a child psychologist, became overwhelmed with the amount of child abuse in the world, and, noting how few cases were prosecuted, she decided to take the law into her own hands and become a vigilante, targeting child sex offenders. (VOD only)

September 27

John Lewis: Good Trouble: Documentary follows the revolutionary life of Rep. John Lewis, exemplifying a life well lived in defense of civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health care reform and immigration. Told using rare archival footage and new interviews with Lewis, Porter explores his childhood experiences, his inspiring family, and his fateful meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1957. (Digital: Apple TV, Google Play, Amazon, FandangoNOW and more; DVD: September 29)

September 29

The Dead Ones: For four outcast teens, summer detention means being assigned to clean their high school after a horrific incident. But they are not alone; a macabre gang wearing guises of The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse – Famine, Pestilence, War and Death – has locked them inside and is hunting them through the school’s ravaged hallways. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna: Animated adventure takes place five years after the events of “Digimon Adventure tri,” the six-part film series released in 2015. Now on the cusp of adulthood, Tai and his DigiDestined friends discover that with age their bonds with each of their Digimon will ultimately break. (Amazon, iTunes, Microsoft, Sony PlayStation; DVD, Blu-ray release: October 6)

Inez & Doug & Kira: When a bipolar woman commits suicide, her sister and her sister’s fiance become entangled in an attempt to discover what pushed her to the brink. (VOD, Digital only)

Wives in the Skies: A romantic dramedy, set in 1965, starring two stewardesses from Fine Air, a well-appointed airline. One evening after work, at their stewardess’ hotel, they befriend Derrick, a British photojournalist who wants to interview them as “subjects” for his “documentary film.” Along the way, the film addresses the primitive issue of Trust vs. Mistrust and the Japanese art of rope binding, Kinbaku. (Digital only)

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October 2

The Antenna: In a dystopian Turkey, the Government installs new networks throughout the country to monitor information. The installation goes wrong in a crumbling apartment complex and Mehmet, the building intendant, has to confront the evil entity behind the inexplicable transmissions that threaten the residents. (Virtual cinema release; VOD: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu, Dish Network: October 20)

Hosts: On Christmas Eve, an innocent couple become hosts to a malicious entity. Throughout the night they proceed to terrorize a family of five in unimaginably violent and disturbing ways. But these demonic possessions won’t end with this unfortunate family; they mark just the beginning of a horrific worldwide epidemic. (Digital, VOD only)

Let’s Scare Julie: A suspenseful contemporary ghost story about how making the wrong choices can end with horrific results. A group of teen girls set out to scare their reclusive new neighbor, but the prank turns to terror when some of them don’t come back. (Digital, VOD only)

The Rising Hawk: During the 13th Century, Zakhar Berkut (Robert Patrick) and his wife Rada (Alison Doody) lead a group of highlanders in the Carpathian Mountains. Unfortunately, their tranquil existence is soon threatened by Burunda Khan, a powerful Mongolian general who leads his massive armies west in search of new lands to conquer. (Digital, VOD only)

Selling Lies: Riveting documentary goes behind the scenes to uncover how hundreds of Macedonian teenagers discovered a digital gold rush by spreading fake political news on Facebook in 2016. (Digital: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play)

October 5

Yes: Based on Tim Realbuto’s critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play, the drama tells the story of washed up child star Patrick Nolan who decides to mentor 17-year-old Jeremiah Rosenhaft. (Digital, VOD: Comcast, Cox, Charter, ITunes, DirecTV, Amazon, Verizon Fios, Dish Network, Google Play)

October 6

American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules: It’s senior year at East Great Falls and four teens decide to finally harness their girl power and band together to get what they want from their last year of high school with wild parties, sexy adventures and a Stifler. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw: Set against the autumnal palette of harvest season in 1973, the film explores the disturbed bond between Audrey, an enigmatic young woman, and Agatha, her domineering ‘mother’, who live secretly as occultists on the outskirts of a remote Protestant village. As the community is besieged by a pestilence of unknown origin, the Earnshaw farm remains strangely unaffected. (VOD, Digital only)

Cut Throat City: The story of four boyhood friends from New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward who return after Hurricane Katrina to decimated homes, no jobs, and no help from FEMA. Out of options, they reluctantly turn to a local gangster, who offers them one shot at turning their situations around — by pulling off a dangerous heist in the heart of the city. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 20)

Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo!: This year Scooby-Doo and Shaggy’s sweet holiday turns sour when the neighborhood pumpkin patch is infected by toxic ooze, creating high-flying jack-o-lanterns, and a king-sized pumpkin leader squashing everything in its path. It’s up to Scooby-Doo and the gang as they team up with their pals, Bill Nye the Science Guy and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, to solve this mystery of gigantic proportions and save Crystal Cove. (Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, PlayStation, Xbox; DVD release: Day & date)

Naughty Books: Feature-length documentary about the boom of self-published romance novels in the wake of Fifty Shades of Grey. It follows three authors who became millionaires in under a year using pen names to sell erotica on Amazon for $1.99. (Digital VOD only)

The Ringmaster: Upon his grandfather’s death, a recovering gambling addict used his inheritance to make a documentary about well-known onion rings from his childhood and the beloved Minnesotan chef who makes them. His project changes drastically when the fledging filmmaker becomes hellbent on improving the humble fry cook’s life, despite discovering his subject wants nothing to do with the film. The movie becomes something else entirely when the crew members secretly turn the cameras on the filmmaker, documenting his efforts and failures over a three-year journey. (Digital, VOD only)

Save Yourselves: A young Brooklyn couple (Sunita Mani, “Glow” and John Reynolds, “Stranger Things”) heads to an upstate cabin to unplug from their phones and reconnect with each other. Blissfully unaware of their surroundings, they are left to their own devices as the planet falls under attack. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Shade Shepherd: Set in Indiana in 1987, Pike Ables is charged with a murder he can’t remember in the midst of heroin withdrawal. Now, he must make a decision: go to jail or head for the Canadian border to start a new life. His only hope is his younger brother, Jack, a frustrated psychiatrist and soon-to-be father who is ready to leave everything behind — including his pregnant wife — to try and save him. (Apple TV, DirecTV, Google Play, Amazon, FandangoNOW and more; DVD release: Day & date)

Spontaneous: When students in their high school begin inexplicably exploding (literally…), seniors Mara (Katherine Langford) and Dylan (Charlie Plummer) struggle to survive in a world where each moment may be their last. (VOD, Digital: Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, PlayStation, FandangoNOW)

Treason: On a desert ranch, Grant Wilson rules a made-up nation with his family as his only subjects. When his son takes the mission too far and his daughter questions everything, Grant fights for control in the face of family, country, and reality. (Digital, VOD only)

October 9

The Doorman: In this action-thriller starring Ruby Rose, a former Marine turned doorman at a luxury New York City high-rise must outsmart and battle a group of art thieves and their ruthless leader (Jean Reno) — while struggling to protect her sister’s family. (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 13)

The Wolf of Snow Hollow: A small-town sheriff, struggling with a failed marriage, a rebellious daughter, and a lackluster department, is tasked with solving a series of brutal murders that are occurring on the full moon. As he’s consumed by the hunt for the killer, he struggles to remind himself that there’s no such thing as werewolves. (VOD only)

October 11

Ben 10 vs. The Universe: The Movie: A blast from Ben’s past returns to do double the damage on Team Tennyson and planet Earth itself, forcing Ben to go interstellar to save the day. Meanwhile, Gwen and Grandpa Max team up to help protect the world in Ben’s absence. (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, PlayStation, Xbox; DVD: October 27)

October 13

DC Showcase — Batman: Death in the Family: Five fascinating tales from the iconic DC canon, anchored by an interactive, extended version of 1988’s “Batman: Death in the Family.” This version allows fans to choose where the story goes through an innovative navigation guided by the viewer’s remote control — offering many different ways for viewers to tell the story, with numerous twists and turns in the middle, and several possible endings. The four other shorts include “Sgt. Rock,” “Adam Strange,” “Death” and “The Phantom Stranger.” (Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Fatima: Inspired by real-life events. In 1917, outside the parish of Fátima, Portugal, a 10-year-old girl and her two younger cousins witness multiple visitations of the Virgin Mary, who tells them that only prayer and suffering will bring an end to WWI. Word of the sighting spreads across the country, inspiring religious pilgrims to flock to the site in hopes of witnessing a miracle. (DVD release: October 27)

Seized: MMA action star Adkins plays a former Special Forces agent whose son is kidnapped and must now wipe out three dangerous crime syndicates if he wants to see him alive again. Co-stars Mario Van Peebles. (DVD: Day & date)

Sibyl: A sly, sultry character study from French filmmaker Justine Triet. A psychotherapist who decides to quit her practice and return to writing becomes enmeshed in the life of a young actress and starts to blur past and present, fiction with reality, and the personal with the professional as she begins to use the actress’s life as source material for her novel. (VOD: iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Vudu, YouTube)

The Wall of Mexico: A wealthy Mexican-American family decides to build a wall around their ranch to stop townspeople from stealing their well water, which is rumored to have unusual properties. (VOD only)

October 15

Bullets of Justice: In the post-apocalyptic aftermath of World War 3, an army of half-human half-pig super-soldiers takes over the world. Created by the American government, this “Bacon Army” got out of control and now occupies the top of the food chain – farming humans as its favorite food. (iTunes/AppleTV, Amazon, Vimeo, Xbox, Google Play)

October 16

Alone: When a global pandemic hits, Aidan barricades himself inside his apartment, but when his complex is overrun by “screamers,” and with the world falling into chaos, he is left completely alone fighting for his life. (DVD, Blu-ray, Digital release: October 20)

Don’t Look Back: Caitlin Kramer, a woman overcoming a tragic past, is among several people who see a man being fatally assaulted. When the witnesses start dying mysteriously, she must unearth if they’re being targeted by a killer or something far more insidious. (VOD only)

Love and Monsters: A young man (Dylan O’Brien) learns how to survive a monster apocalypse and embarks on a search for his high school sweetheart with the help of a heroic dog and a pair of survivalists. (Apple TV, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, FandangoNow, Google Play, Xfinity and other platforms: Pay VOD, Digital only)

Monochrome: The Chromism: Sci-fi adventure follows Isaac Ward, the first person to turn “hue” in a black and white world. After being shot in a downtown crossfire, he is found bleeding “red.” As Isaac’s body also begins to streak with color, other outbreaks develop across the globe. Isaac now struggles to survive while society tears itself apart to try to capture and comprehend these new unexplainable “hues.” (VOD only)

The Secrets We Keep: In post-WWII America, a woman (Noomi Rapace), rebuilding her life in the suburbs with her husband (Chris Messina), kidnaps her neighbor (Joel Kinnaman) and seeks vengeance for the heinous war crimes she believes he committed against her. (DVD release: Day & date)

October 20

After So Many Days: After a decade of making music together, Jim and Sam, a recently married singer/songwriter duo from Los Angeles, were not the conventionally successful band they’d hoped they’d be. Feeling stuck and anxious about their future, the duo make a spontaneous decision to put their music and marriage to the ultimate test by making a pact to play one show every day for a year. (Digital: iTunes, Amazon, more)

The Amityville Harvest: While staying at an aging manor to research its liquor-smuggling history, Christina and her documentary video team interview their spooky host Vincent but no one can capture his image or voice on video. After shocking dreams and bloody encounters, the crew members fall under Victor’s hypnotic spell. (DVD: Day & date)

Chop Chop: An innocent night between a young couple takes a bizarre turn when a psychotic serial killer comes knocking at the door. As the couple starts to fend for their lives, their long fight for survival leads them into a series of unsettling encounters within the criminal underworld. (VOD, Digital only: Amazon, iTunes, Comcast, Spectrum, Vudu and more)

Dedalus: A fiction triptych portraying community, love, and loss. In rural Iowa, a grocery cashier watches helplessly as classmates conceal their act of sexual violence against his teenaged step-sister. A hustler tricks for food, shelter, and intimacy during a winter in New York City; a young woman takes him in, but nothing satiates his unrequited love for an older gay client. Mortality compels a father to leave his home in Los Angeles and move in with his daughter. (VOD: Apple TV, Amazon, OVID.tv, Kanopy)

Drowning: A mother deals with the grief associated with her son going off to war. (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, X-Box, Vimeo, Sony PSN, Fandango, Vudu)

Epulsion: Two top recruits at the prestigious Cicero Market Technologies Corporation are tasked with the development and implementation of cutting edge technologies. When the pair begin to sneak their work home with them and they push the boundaries of particle collision science to undiscovered levels, they stumble upon a parallel universe. As their days and nights unfold they begin to discover that others seek their tech to advance their own agendas. (VOD: Amazon, AppleTV, VUDU, Google Play; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Fugue: Amnesic Malcolm struggles to put the pieces of his life back together and begins questioning those closest to him in this puzzle of memory and identity. (VOD only )

Ghabe: A Syrian refugee explores the mystical Swedish forests and his own traumatic memories of the war, while battling the local racism and ignoring his over protective cousin, warning him not to endanger his application for residence permit because he is falling in love with a local woman. (VOD only)

How to Fix a Primary:You may know him as a CNN expert on COVID-19. But Abdul El-Sayed had a previous life. “How to Fix a Primary” follows the young doctor as he takes on Michigan’s political establishment in a bid to become the first Muslim governor in U.S. history. With exclusive access and full editorial control, the film follows Abdul and his underdog team in this battleground state as they hustle to gain endorsements from Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (both featured in the film) while confronting Islamophobia and a system that seems rigged against them. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

I Am Toxic: A man wakes in a world ravaged by biological warfare with no memory of his previous life. Taken prisoner by a group of scavengers, he meets a young woman who helps him escape. As the scavengers pursue them through barren wastelands, he discovers that the woman is his daughter and that he must make the ultimate sacrifice to save her. (Digital)

J.R. “Bob” Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius: What started out as an inside joke amongst two self-proclaimed weirdos in Ft. Worth, Texas soon becomes much more than they bargained for when they decide to turn their conservative southern ideology on its head and invent a new religion all their own. Documentary. (VOD only)

Monster Force Zero: After their comic book dreams are crushed, a group of sci-fi cosplayers are granted superpowers and are transported into the multiverse to do real battle with evil alien forces bent on earth’s destruction. (DVD release: Day & date)

Tar: For 40,000 years, a long forgotten wetland teemed with ancient creatures, but now all that’s left is a pit of hot, sticky tar surrounded by a vast urban landscape. With the city’s subway expanding under their feet and their office building slated for demolition, a family business is forced to shut down their shop and move out. But when something primal is awakened by the underground construction, a night of somber packing becomes a desperate fight for survival. (Digital, VOD only)

Tremors: Shrieker Island: When a group of wealthy trophy hunters genetically modify Graboid eggs to create the ultimate hunting experience, it isn’t long before their prey escapes the confines of their small island and begin terrorizing the inhabitants of a nearby island research facility. The head of the research facility then calls in the one man who is an expert in killing Graboids: the one and only, and now reluctant, Burt Gummer. (Michael Gross).(DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

October 23

Coming Home Again: Based on a personal essay by Chang-rae Lee published in The New Yorker, Wayne Wang’s film is an intimate family drama about a mother, a son, and the burden of family expectations. Chang-rae, a first-generation Korean American, has returned to his family home in San Francisco to care for his ailing mother. He wants only to fulfill his role as the supportive son, but must also come to terms with his conflicted emotions towards his mother.(Via participating Virtual Cinema theatres)

Friendsgiving: Abby (Kat Dennings) is looking forward to a laid-back Thanksgiving with her best friend, Molly (Malin Akerman). But the friends’ plans for a quiet turkey dinner go up in smoke when they’re joined by Molly’s new boyfriend and her flamboyant mother (Jane Seymour), some party crashers including Molly’s old flame, a wannabe shaman, and a trio of Fairy Gay Mothers (Wanda Sykes, Margaret Cho, and Fortune Feimster). (DVD, Blu-ray release: October 27)

October 27

Incision: Beauty blogger Alexa Landry (Korrina Rico) only had one fear, plastic surgery. She ultimately had to face this fear when she was kidnapped with her friends by Dr. Cunningham (James Allen Brewer), a deranged plastic surgeon who is obsessed with beautifying his victims. (October 27: Amazon; November 12: iTunes, Google Play, Vudu)

Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets: Live at the Roundhouse: A live recording taken from the band’s sold-out shows at the iconic London venue in May 2019. The film captures the true essence of the celebrated band reviving both the hits from Pink Floyd’s earliest live shows as well as songs never performed live by Floyd. Nick Mason, Gary Kemp, Guy Pratt, Lee Harris and Dom Beken, known as Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, came together with the simple idea of playing early Pink Floyd — the songs pre-Dark Side of the Moon — that had not been given a live outing in decades. From the garage band attack of “Arnold Layne” and “Vegetable Man” to the psychedelic journeying of “Interstellar Overdrive” and the mellow, spacey Floyd of “Atom Heart Mother” and “Green is the Colour,” Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets sounds like a band in the moment and thrilled to be reviving music rarely heard live since Pink Floyd’s early days. (Digital: October 27; VOD: November 10)

Toys of Terror: Just before Christmas, young Zoe, her brother Franklin and their family move into a secluded mansion with a dark past. While the adults focus on renovating the place, the bored kids find a toy chest hidden in the attic, and are delighted when the toys inside magically come to life. But bizarre events soon begin to take place – events that threaten the family’s lives. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 19)

October 28

The Craft: Legacy: A continuation of the cult hit “The Craft” (1996), in which an eclectic foursome of aspiring teenage witches get more than they bargained for as they lean into their newfound powers. (Digital, VOD only)

October 29

Noise in th Middle: After the sudden death of his wife, a grieving father of a severely non-verbal autistic girl seeks experimental therapy where he unknowingly rents an Air B&B with a haunted history. This stirs his daughter’s psychic abilities along with his personal demons. The film will make its exclusive, worldwide premiere on the premium AVOD Horror Channel, Kings of Horror Thursday, October 29th and will include a live stream chat with the filmmakers and several cast members. It will remain on the platform exclusively for 6 weeks before launching onto multiple digital platforms beginning Friday, December 11th. (VOD, Digital only)

October 30

Spell: While flying to his father’s funeral in rural Appalachia, an intense storm causes Marquis (Omari Hardwick) to lose control of the plane carrying him and his family. He awakens wounded, alone and trapped in Ms. Eloise’s (Loretta Devine) attic, who claims she can nurse him back to health with the Boogity, a Hoodoo figure she has made from his blood and skin. Unable to call for help, Marquis desperately tries to outwit and break free from her dark magic. (Digital, VOD only)

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November 1

Christmas in Carolina: After losing her parents in a car accident, Elle, a career-driven investment banker has given up on love and Christmas until she meets Wesley, a former NBA player and CEO of a small marketing firm. Impetuously, Wesley invites Elle home for Christmas in South Carolina, with his parents. With hesitation, Elle accepts and is given a much bigger present than she could ever have imagined. (Digital, VOD only)

Greatland: Set in an imaginary country dubbed the birthplace of love and endless source of fun, “Greatland” tells the tale of Ulysses, a rebellious non-binary teen on a mission to save his childhood sweetheart as an absurd election and a deadly virus wreak chaos and violence. (VOD only)

The World Without You: A family gathers to honor the memory of their journalist son, Leo Frankel, who was killed in Iraq the previous year. They are confronted with old hurts, as well as dark secrets, that threaten to tear the fragile threads holding the family together. (VOD only)

November 3

Acute Misfortune: Bio-drama based on Sydney journalist Erik Jensen’s biography of Australian artist Adam Cullen, who died at the age of 46. It’s a film about theft and the commerce of theft, the instability of lies and of coming through an abusive relationship to find meaning in its wake. (Digital only)

Antebellum: Successful author Veronica Henley (Janelle Mona´e) finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality that forces her to confront the past, present and future – before it’s too late. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Attack of the Demons: For centuries, a demonic cult has been plotting the destruction of mankind. When a small Colorado town is overrun by a legion of mutating demons, three non-demon unter friends must use every skill their minds can fathom to stave off the demon apocalypse. Animated. (DVD release: Day & date)

Blackbird: Lily (Susan Sarandon) and Paul (Sam Neil) summon their loved ones to their country house for one final gathering after Lily decides to end her struggle on her own terms after a long battle with ALS. The couple plans a loving weekend complete with holiday traditions, but the mood becomes strained when unresolved issues surface. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Blind: Faye, a former actress who lost her vision due to botched laser eye surgery, struggles to put her life back together while living alone in her dream house in the Hollywood Hills. She soon starts opening to Luke, a personal trainer who is mute and can only communicate through his cell phone. Trouble begins when a masked stranger named Pretty Boy shows up. (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, Xbox, Vudu, FandangoNOW; DVD release: Day & date)

Bugs Bunny 80th Anniversary Collection: Features 60 shorts along with bonus content, including 10 episodes of Looney Tunes Cartoons and a documentary. (Blu-ray release: December 1)

Darkness in Tenement 45: Sixteen-year-old Joanna has been living with her overbearing Aunt Martha in a low-income NYC tenement building ever since a violent outburst left her fighting a feeling she can only describe as the “darkness.” Little did she know that weeks after moving in, a biological threat from the Soviet Union would leave the building boarded up and the tenants locked inside. (Digital, VOD only: iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo, Xbox, Google Play, FandangoNOW)

Emily and the Magical Journey: Emily and her mother live alone after losing her father, and she wants to help her mother find happiness and to learn about the father she never knew. When Emily finds a mysterious chest that transports her to a magical world, she meets fantastic and mythical creatures that become her new friends. After discovering her new friends are in danger, Emily must face her worst fear to complete her journey. (DVD release: Day & date)

Love in Dangerous Times: As a virus spreads quickly throughout the globe, Jason remains ambivalent about its danger. Unable to travel and with his family on the other side of the country, he decides to spend the pandemic working on a play that resembles his life and current circumstances. As writers-block and loneliness ensue, he begins to turn to online dating to find a buddy for the apocalypse where he meets Sorrel. With the infection rate worsening, the two begin to lean on one another for support while they try to make sense of the times they live in. (VOD: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu)

Middleton Christmas: In a small town, high-school dean Alana and her vivacious teenage daughter Samantha plan a holiday concert to save the school with the help of the new maintenance man, Army veteran Johnny, and his quiet son Max. But when a car accident lands Sam in a life-threatening condition, Alana turns to Johnny for support, and Max makes a desperate decision that will forever bond their families together. (DVD release: Day & date)

Possessor Uncut: An arresting sci-fi thriller about elite corporate assassin Tasya Vos who uses brain-implant technology to take control of other people’s bodies, forcing them to execute high-profile targets. As she sinks deeper into her latest assignment, Vos becomes trapped inside a mind that threatens to obliterate her. (Blu-ray release: December 8)

November 6

Cup of Cheer: Mary, a big city journalist, heads off to her harming hometown of Snowy Heights to write an article about the town’s world famous Christmas cheer. But upon (literally) running into the grumpy but endearing Chris, the owner of Cup of Cheer, Mary learns that his charming hot cocoa shop is going to be shut down on Christmas Eve. And it’s her ex-boyfriend that’s shutting it down. (Digital only)

The German Lesson: In the summer of 1961, Emil arrives at DEFA Studio Babelsberg in Germany to begin working as an extra when he falls in love with a French dance-double, Milou. Though it’s love at first sight, they are torn apart when East Germany closes its border and erects the Berlin Wall just days after they first meet. Milou returns to Paris. Emil remains in East Germany … that is, until he sets in motion a daring and adorably romantic plan. (Digital only)

Kindred: When her boyfriend dies suddenly in an accident, psychologically fragile mother-to-be Charlotte is taken in by his family — but they seem increasingly obsessed with her every move. Her suspicions grow and panic builds — but just how far will they go in their desire to control her and her unborn baby? (Digital, VOD only)

Mortal: A sleepy Norwegian town erupts after an American backpacker is arrested. Witnesses claim a teen died after touching the stranger, and that he inexplicably started a fire that engulfed a farm. He warns a psychologist, Christine, that he has supernatural powers, and that anyone who gets too close to him dies. Determined to find the truth, Christine draws nearer, and what she finds is beyond her wildest imaginings. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 10)

November 10:

The Broken Hearts Gallery: A 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City happens to be an emotional hoarder. After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Heart Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind. Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 17)

Contracts: Jaded assassin Anthony Lo is tapped on the shoulder by fellow hitman Marc Sullivan, who seeks Anthony’s help to find and eliminate a rogue assassin who’s picking off Sullivan’s crew one by one. (VOD only)

Jungleland: Stanley (Charlie Hunnam) and Lion (Jack O’Connell) are two brothers struggling to stay relevant in the underground world of bare-knuckle boxing. When Stanley fails to pay back a dangerous crime boss, they’re forced to deliver an unexpected traveler as they journey across the country for a high stakes fighting tournament. (Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, FandangoNOW)

Le choc du futur (aka The Shock of the Future): The late 1970s arrival of electronic music to France is dealt with in the story of 24 hours in the life of a young woman composer in Paris. (DVD: Day & date)

Lie Exposed: Based on Jeff Kober’s provocative play, “Pornography,” this drama follows a happily married woman who’s world spirals out of control when she’s diagnosed with cancer. Instead of confronting her disease, she leaves her husband and heads out for a bender in Los Angeles to search for the meaning of life … and gets involved in erotica. (VOD only)

Out Stealing Horses: Set in November 1999, the drama follows Trond (Stellan Skarsgård), a 67-year-old man living in self-imposed isolation, who looks forward to welcoming in the new millennium alone. As winter arrives, he meets one of his few neighbors, Lars (Bjørn Floberg), and realizes he knew him back in the summer of 1948, the year Trond turned 15 … the summer Trond grew up. (VOD only)

A Rainy Day in New York: Woody Allen’s latest film follows the romantic exploits of a young college student (Timothee Chalamet) on a weekend trip in his hometown of New York City, trying to further bond with his college girlfriend (Elle Fanning) while she is in the city to interview a famous film director (Liev Schreiber). (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The Retreat: Set in the Adirondack High Peaks of Upstate New York, two best friends, Gus and Adam, set out for a winter backpacking trip. After a horrifying encounter with a monster, Gus finds himself alone and lost. Now, he must fight for his life while keeping his grip on reality as he’s tormented both physically and psychologically by the evil Native American legend, The Wendigo (Digital, VOD; DVD release: Day & date)

Sasquatch Among the Wildmen:
Throughout history, ape-like humanoids have appeared in myths and legends of cultures from around the world. The best known wildmen that people still say they see roaming the wilds of North America are known as Sasquatch or Bigfoot. Discover the history of relic hominids (The Russian Almasty, the Chinese The Yeren, the Himalaya’s The Yeti and more) from around the world in this documentary. (VOD: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, Xbox, Vudu, FandangoNOW; DVD release: Day & date)

Sleepless Beauty: Held captive in a room, a young woman must remain awake at all times while enduring mental and physical abuse. (iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox, YouTube, Amazon, FandangoNOW; Blu-ray release: November 17)

Transference: A Love Story: Katarina, a Norwegian nurse in London, embarks on a passionate affair with a fellow immigrant nurse that suffers the consequences of unresolved mental health issues from his secret past. (Digital, VOD only)

Words on Bathroom Walls : Adam (Charlie Plummer) is a witty, introspective teen pursuing his dream of becoming a chef. When Adam is diagnosed with a mental illness, he lives in fear of being exposed — until he meets Maya (Taylor Russell), an outspoken and fiercely intelligent girl who inspires him to open his heart and not be defined by his condition. (DVD, Blu-ray, VOD release: November 17)

November 11

Coded Bias: Documentary reveals the groundbreaking research of MIT researcher Joy Buolamwini, proving that facial recognition algorithms have the power to disseminate racial bias at scale. In June 2020, IBM, Amazon, and Microsoft said they would pause the sale of facial recognition to police. In a pivotal moment for racial equality, and a decisive moment for how big tech will yield power, “Coded Bias” is a trailblazing film for public understanding and engagement with the algorithms that impact us all. (In Virtual Cinemas beginning November 11)

My Summer as a Goth: After the sudden death of her father, 16-year-old, Joey Javitts is sent to stay with her eccentric grandparents while her author mother promotes her latest novel. Joey promptly falls for the beguiling Goth boy next door, Victor, and is transformed by him and his merry band of misfits in black. (VOD only)

November 13

Dead Reckoning: During a picturesque summer on the Nantucket coast, Niko and Tillie are living the dream of a summer romance. However, when Niko’s terrorist brother comes to the United States, Niko must pit himself against his own family in order to protect the woman he loves and thousands of innocent people. (Digital, VOD: AppleTV, Amazon, Vudu, FandangoNOW, Hoopla, Sony, Microsoft, GooglePlay)

November 17

Cowboys: A Documentary Portrait: This authentic, intimate depiction of the contemporary cowboy straps audiences in the saddle alongside working men and women on some of today’s largest and most remote cattle ranches in the American West. Told through first-hand accounts from cowboys, the documentary illustrates not only the rewards of a cowboy’s lifestyle but also the unvarnished hardships of a celebrated but misunderstood way of life. (Digital, VOD)

The Girls Next Door: The Complete Series: Welcome to the world’s most famous and exotic personal palace, the Playboy Mansion. “The Girls Next Door” takes you behind closed doors where you’ll meet Holly, Kendra, and Bridget, three gorgeous women with glamorous and hilarious daily lives. Join these lovely ladies as they laugh, love, play, and party, and see why being Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends has its advantages. (Digital, VOD)

The New Mutants: Five young people who demonstrate special powers are forced to undergo treatment at a secret institution — allegedly to cure them of the dangers of their powers. But it’s soon clear that their containment is part of a much bigger battle between the forces of good and evil. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

1 Night in San Diego: Jenna Ushkowitz (“Glee”) and Laura Ashley Samuels (“Modern Family”) star as BFFs Hannah and Brooklyn in this raunchy comedy. Hannah, a former reality TV starlet, and Brooklyn, her conscious cuddling best friend, hit the road to San Diego to reconnect with an old high school crush, Christian. When he turns out to be super lame, the pair take back the night and go HAM in San Diego. (VOD: November 24)

Playhouse: The film centers around a notorious horror writer who moves into an ancient castle with his teenage daughter to work on his next play; only to face terrifying consequences when his daughter falls prey to a supernatural evil lurking within the castle walls. (VOD only)

Summerland: Alice is a reclusive writer, resigned to a solitary life on the seaside cliffs of Southern England while World War II rages across the channel. When she opens her front door one day to find she’s to adopt a young London evacuee named Frank, she’s resistant. It’s not long, however, before the two realize they have more in common in their pasts than Alice had assumed. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Unhinged: Russell Crowe stars in this psychological thriller that explores something we’ve all experienced — road rage — to an unpredictable and terrifying conclusion. Rachel (Caren Pistorius) is running late to work when she has an altercation at a traffic light with a stranger (Crowe) whose life has left him feeling powerless and who now decides to make one last mark upon the world by teaching her a series of deadly lessons. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

November 20

Blindfire: A white cop responds to a violent hostage call and unjustifiably kills a Black man in his own home. After he learns of the victim’s innocence and suddenly faces repercussions for his actions, he is forced to confront extremely difficult conversations with his partner, as well as the family of the victim, and must examine his own accountability while attempting to find the person who he feels is actually responsible for the tragic chain of events. (Digital, VOD only )

Iron Mask: For the first time ever, screen legends Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jackie Chan face off against each other in this fantasy-adventure. In order to save his homeland from certain doom, a kung fu master (Chan) must escape from the maniacal James Hook (Schwarzenegger) in order to send his daughter a secret talisman that will allow her to control a massive and mythical dragon. (DVD, Blu-ray release: November 24)

Team Marco: Family film. Young Marco is obsessed with playing video games and hardly leaves the house. But when his grandfather moves in, Marco’s life is turned upside-down and he’s forced …to go play outside and is introduced to bocce — the world’s oldest game — and to the neighborhood crew of old-school seniors who play daily at the local court. Now Marco finds connection to other people “in real life” and rounds up a team of neighborhood kids to take on his grandfather and his pals. (Digital, VOD only)

November 24

Buddy Games: After six lifelong friends have a five year falling out, Bob (Josh Duhamel), aka “The Bobfather”, reunites his pals for the Buddy Games, an insane competition of absurd physical and mental challenges with the chance to win a $150,000 pot. (DVD release: Day & date)

A Chef’s Voyage: The film follows Emmy (“Mind of a Chef”) and James Beard award-winning chef David Kinch and his team from their 3 Star Michelin restaurant, Manresa, in California for a one of a kind collaboration with three legendary chefs at their iconic restaurants in Paris, Provence, and Marseille. (Apple TV, iTunes, Amazon Prime )

Deathcember: 24 terrifying short films by directors from around the globe, turning the season of love into a season of fear, with gifts of blood and terror to unwrap for audiences everywhere. Those who makes it through this creepy calendar will be rewarded with additional segments, so save room under the tree for more nightmarish Noel! (Digital only)

Fatman: To save his declining business, Chris Cringle (Mel Gibson), also known as Santa Claus, is forced into a partnership with the U.S. military. Making matters worse, Chris gets locked into a deadly battle of wits against a highly-skilled assassin (Walton Goggins), hired by a precocious 12-year-old after receiving a lump of coal in his stocking. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 26)

Sweet Parents: Drama follows the pursuit of success, and subsequent struggle as a young sculptor a young chef start side relationships with a successful older man and woman, or “Sweet Parents”, in a last ditch hope of supporting their careers. (Digital only)

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula: Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in 2016’s “Train to Busan,” the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us this next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best — or worst — of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

November 26

Vinyl Generation: In 1980s Czechoslovakia an emerging generation took inspiration from alternative culture to create their own world view, politics and eventually, a revolution. 25 years later, this unique generational perspective is explored for the first time in this story of art, revolution and vinyl. (Amazon Prime, Tubi, Vudu)

November 27

Princess of the Row: The inspiring tale of a runaway foster child who will stop at nothing to live with the only family she knows: her homeless, mentally-ill veteran father who lives on the streets of LA’s skid row. (Digital, VOD only)

Zappa: Documentary by Alex Winter (“Bill & Ted” franchise) looks at the life of the innovative artist and musician through access to the Zappa family trust and other archival footage. (VOD only)

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December 1

Alt Space: A young New York City couple struggles to deal with a worsening case of agoraphobia and the heightened sense that their lives may not be what it seems. The truth dissolves into lies while the line between reality and imagination disappears. (Digital, VOD only)

Backwoods: High school cheerleader Molly woke bound and gagged in the trunk of her boyfriend’s car and, after escaping and fleeing into the nearby forest, she comes face-to-face with the town urban legend: The Hangman, a deformed zealot said to lynch male trespassers and keep the women as “brides”. (VOD)

Disco: 19-year-old Mirjam is a champion disco freestyle dancer and the stepdaughter of a charismatic evangelical pastor. As she starts to question her family and faith, she is lured by a highly conservative Christian sect. (Digital, VOD only)

18 to Party: It’s 1984 and outside a small-town nightclub, a group of 8th graders gather, grappling with a spate of recent suicides, UFO sightings, their absentee parents, and each other. This homage to lassic 80s teen movies spans a single evening in the lives of these kids, but manages to transport us fully to a time when waiting for something to happen felt just as significant as the thing itself. (VOD only)

Pink Floyd’s Delicate Sound Of Thunder: The Grammy-nominated 1988 concert, restored, re-edited and remixed from the original film reels and master tapes. Filmed at the Nassau Coliseum (Long Island, NY) and featuring David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright at their incendiary best, this engrossing event uses an innovative mix of lighting and staging, balancing the then-new material and classic Pink Floyd songs. (Digital, VOD only)

Thirst: Icelandic drug addict Hulda is arrested and accused of murdering her brother. After she’s let go because of insufficient evidence, she meets Hjörtur, a thousand-year-old gay vampire, and together they fight a cult while being investigated by a rouge detective. (DVD release: Day & date)

December 4

Dear Santa: Shines a light on the 100-year-old Operation Santa Program of the United States Postal Service. Each year, hundreds of thousands of letters to Santa arrive at Post Offices around the country. Through Operation Santa, the USPS makes it possible for the public to safely adopt these letters and make children’s dreams come true. (Amazon, Apple TV, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox, Xfinity, Spectrum & DirecTV)

Freaky: After swapping bodies with a deranged serial killer (Vince Vaughn), a young girl (Kathryn Newton) in high school discovers she has less than 24 hours before the change becomes permanent. (Amazon, Apple TV, xfinity, Vudu, Google Play, Fandango NOW)

Free Lunch: A satirical, surreal story about Bernie Sanders and his long trip to trying to get nominated for president of the US. His journeys through the decades take him through marijuana infused visits with Ben & Jerry, debates with Hillary Clinton and cocktails with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. (Digital, VOD only)

Sunny Side Up: Gregory Samuel’s debilitating social anxiety and self-deprecating inner voice prevent him from leading the “normal life” he so desires. The young funeral director’s fears are confronted when he is given a 30-day leave of absence and tries to take comfort in a self-imposed house arrest … but is challenged by a curious female neighbor. (Digital)

Wander: Thriller follows Arthur Bretnik (Aaron Eckhart), a paranoid private investigator with a troubled past. After Bretnik is hired to investigate a suspicious death in the town of Wander, he becomes convinced the case is linked to the same “conspiracy cover up” that caused the death of his daughter. Co-stars Heather Graham, Tommy Lee Jones. (DVD release: January 19)

December 8

The Black Book of Father Dinis: A picaresque chronicle of Laura, a peasant maid, and Sebastian, the young orphan in her charge, against a backdrop of overflowing passion and revolutionary intrigue in Europe at the twilight of the 18th century. (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Vudu, and YouTube)

Bobbleheads: The Movie: Voices of Jennifer Coolidge, Karen Fukuhara, Khary Payton, Julian Sands, Brenda Song, Luke Wilson, Cher. Get ready for a big shake-up when misfit bobbleheads take on trashy humans and a slobbery dog who crash their home with plans to swap a new baseball player bobblehead for a valuable one of them. (DVD release: Day & date)

The Devil’s Heist: After being released from prison, Ted and his associates rob Coven National Bank, later to find out it is owned by Lucifer and the employees are witches. (Digital only)

Guitar Man: From average Joe by day to guitar hero at night, GUITAR MAN tells the incredible rise of blues-rocker Joe Bonamassa, whose hard work and determination have made him one of today’s top-selling blues artists. With more #1 Blues albums than anyone else in history, Bonamassa pulls back the curtain on his incredible career, allowing us to see his remarkable musical achievements and pioneering style. (VOD, Digital)

Honest Thief: Meticulous thief Tom Carter (Liam Neeson) has stolen $9 million from small-town banks while keeping his identity a secret. But after he falls in love with the bubbly Annie (Kate Walsh), Tom decides to come clean about his criminal past, only to be double-crossed by two ruthless FBI agents. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 29)

Kajillionaire: Con-artists Theresa (Debra Winger) and Robert (Richard Jenkins) have spent 26 years training their only daughter, Old Dolio (Evan Rachel Wood), to swindle, scam, and steal at every opportunity. During a desperate, hastily conceived heist, they charm a stranger (Gina Rodriguez) into joining their next scam, only to have their entire world turned upside down. (Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, Fandango NOW; DVD release: December 22)

Koko-Di Koko-Da: As a couple goes on a trip to find their way back to each other, a sideshow artist and his shady entourage emerge from the woods, terrorizing them, luring them deeper into a maelstrom of psychological terror and humiliating slapstick — over and over again. (VOD: Apple TV/ iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu, You Tube, Fandango Now, Dish Network)

Smiley Face Killers: As a strange wave of mysterious drownings of male college students plagues the California coast, Jake Graham struggles to keep his life together at school. Finding himself stalked by a hooded figure driving an unmarked van, Jake fears he may become the next victim in the killers’ horrific spree. Inspired by true events and the twisted “smiley face killers” conspiracy theory. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

December 11

Noise in th Middle: After the sudden death of his wife, a grieving father of a severely non-verbal autistic girl seeks experimental therapy where he unknowingly rents an Air B&B with a haunted history. This stirs his daughter’s psychic abilities along with his personal demons. (Digital only)

Queer Japan: Documentary explores the lives of Japan’s contemporary LGBTQ culture, bursting at the seams with multi-faceted and uninhibited artists as well as audacious activists fighting for equality and understanding. (VOD: Apple TV, Prime Video, Google Play, more.)

Songbird: In 2022 a pandemic ravages the world and its cities. The film centers on a handful of people as they navigate the obstacles hindering society: disease, martial law, quarantine, and vigilantes. In particular, a courier (K.J. Apa ), immune to the COVID-23 virus, races against time to save the woman he loves from a quarantine camp. (VOD only)

The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee: Paul Hogan (“Crocodile Dundee”) is reluctantly thrust back into the spotlight as he desperately attempts to restore his sullied reputation on the eve of being knighted. The comedy also stars John Cleese, Chevy Chase and Olivia Newton-John. (Digital, VOD only)

We Still Say Grace: The teenage daughter (Holly Taylor) of a religious fanatic (Bruce Davison) attempts to escape her father’s delusional suicide pact after three strangers break down near her family’s remote rural compound. (VOD only)

December 15

Aviva: The character Aviva is a young Parisian who develops an online romance with a New Yorker named Eden. After a long-distance courtship they meet in person, fall in love, and eventually marry. The two lovers are played by four different dancer/actors simultaneously. As the young relationship grows, the lovers struggle as their shifting masculine and feminine sides battle for primacy—both inside and outside their bodies, as expressed through movement and dialogue. (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Vudu; DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Beasts Clawing at Straws: A wild South Korean crime thriller about a bag of money left in a sauna and the eight strangers who, spurred by blinding greed, become intricately and dangerously involved with each: Fish-mongering gangsters, a greasy cop, an “innocent” gym cleaner, a prostitute, her wife beater of a husband, her ruthless boss and her clueless boyfriend all violently scheme to get their hands on the elusive bag. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

Breaking Surface: A winter diving trip in Norway turns into a desperate race against time for two sisters when one of them becomes trapped on the bottom of the ocean by falling rocks. (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Vudu, and YouTube)

The Last Blockbuster: Filmmakers Taylor Morden & Zeke Kamm follow the manager of the world’s sole remaining Blockbuster in Bend, OR, Sandi Harding, as she reflects on the store’s vibrant past and navigates the difficult task of keeping a video rental store open in the era of streaming. (Digital, VOD only)

Lupin III: The First: Animated adventure of Lupin III and his colorful underworld companions as they race to uncover the secrets of the mysterious Bresson Diary before it falls into the hands of a dark cabal that will stop at nothing to resurrect the Third Reich. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 12 )

The Mark of the Bell Witch: Dramatized retelling of the entire sordid tale of the merciless spirit who tormented the Bell family from 1817 to 1821 in Adams, Tennessee. The film arrives just ahead of the 200th anniversary of John Bell’s death, whose mysterious passing in December 1820 cemented the legend of the Bell Witch in American folklore. (Digital)

Reversion: Luke King, wanted for killing the President, kidnaps Jerry and forces him to drive to a remote house in the desert. Luke waits for days, trying to flush out the men tracking him, and tries to convince Jerry that he’s not the one who killed the President, it was a Clone. And when the handlers arrive, Luke is forced to not only fight a physical battle, but a battle in his own mind. (VOD)

Tenet: Armed with only one word – Tenet – and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time. Directed by Christopher Nolan. (DVD, Blu-ray release: Day & date)

The War With Grandpa: Peter (Oakes Fegley) and his Grandpa Jack (Robert De Niro) used to be very close but when Grandpa Jack moves in with the family, Peter is forced to give up his most prized possession: his bedroom. Peter will stop at nothing to get his room back, scheming with friends to devise a series of pranks to drive him out. But Grandpa doesn’t give up easily, and it turns into an all-out war between the two. (DVD, Blu-ray release: December 22)

December 16

Louis Van Beethoven: Celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), the creative genius whose music continues to inspire and enrich the lives of people all over the globe with this lavish biographical drama. (Virtual Cinema, VOD, Digital)

December 18

Breach: Fleeing a devastating plague on Earth, an interstellar ark comes under attack from a new threat; a shape-shifting alien force intent on slaughtering what is left of humanity. (DVD release: February 2)

Greenland: A family fights for survival as a planet-killing comet races to Earth. John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Allison (Morena Baccarin), and young son Nathan make a perilous journey to find their only hope for sanctuary. (VOD only)

Max Cloud: When teen gamer Sarah finds an “easter egg” and accidentally opens a portal into her favorite side-scroller, she becomes trapped in a notorious intergalactic prison, and to escape, she must finish the game with a little help from her not-so-savvy friend on the outside … or remain a 16-bit character forever. (Digital)

December 22

The Emoji Story : The rapid rise of emoji (Japanese for “picture character”) is a global phenomenon without precedent. Their widespread use and ability to convey complex messages have not only cemented emoji’s place as an emerging digital language, but prompted difficult questions about the creation of a language and digital communication’s fraught ties to identity and inclusion. This documentary dives into this ever evolving world, shedding fresh light on the private consortium that approves new emoji offerings and the individuals fighting to make the language more representative of its billions of users. (VOD)

Yellow Rose: A Filipina teen from a small Texas town fights to pursue her dreams as a country music performer while having to decide between staying with her family or leaving the only home she has ever known. (DVD, Blu-ray release: January 5)

December 29

The Last Shift: Stanley (Richard Jenkins), an aging fast-food worker, plans to call it quits after 38 years on the graveyard shift at Oscar’s Chicken and Fish. His last weekend takes an interesting turn while training his replacement, Jevon (McGhie), a talented but stalled young writer whose provocative politics keep landing him in trouble. (DVD, Blu-ray release:Day & date)

Two Ways Home: Soul-touching and moving, the drama compassionately follows Kathy, a woman newly diagnosed with bipolar disorder who is released from prison on good behavior and returns to her country home in Iowa to reconnect with her estranged 12-year-old daughter and her cantankerous elderly grandfather. (VOD only)

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