This Week's New DVDs: May 2nd 2016
In The Heart Of The Sea, Daddy's Home, London Spy and Line Of Duty are among this week's new releases on DVD.
In the Heart of the Sea
Ron Howard directs Chris Hemsworth in this epic adventure about the whaling ship Essex, which was sunk by a huge whale, a story which would go on to inspire Herman Meville's timeless classic Moby Dick. Click here to watch our interview with Ron Howard.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg star in this hit comedy which follows a stepfather struggling to win over his new stepchildren, a process which is made a lot more complicated when their alpha male biological father arrives. Click here to read our full preview.
Ben Whishaw and Jim Broadbent star in this dark drama about a young man who is drawn into the dark world of espionage when his boyfriend goes missing.
Altitude Film Distribution
Jacob Gentry directs this dark sci-fi thriller about a physician who invents a time machine and must fight to keep it out of the wrong hands.
This bleak chiller follows a father and son who are forced to squat in an empty London council estate scheduled for demolition and begin to hear mysterious noises coming from the flat next door...
This bloody horror follows a young girl who is drawn into centuries-old witches' coven using the fruit of an ancient cherry tree in a secret ritual that restores life.
Scott Eastwood leads this brutal action thriller about paramilitary group of teens who fight drug cartels.
Me And My Mates Vs. The Zombie Apocalypse
Comedian Jim Jefferies stars in this horror comedy about a group of Australian telephone engineers who find themselves in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.
Evan Peters and Juno Temple star in this coming of age drama about two troubled teenagers who set out on a road trip along the California coast.
Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment
This sci-fi thriller follows a pilot who finds himself marooned on an alien planet, a planet whose only inhabitants are predatory machines.
RBS Six Nations Championship: 2016 - England Grand Slam
The story of England's all-conquering performance in the Six Nations comes to DVD today.