This Week's New DVDs - August 17, 2015

This Week's New DVDs: August 17th 2015
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This Week's New DVDs: August 17th 2015

The DUFF, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 and The Blacklist are among this week's new releases on DVDs. 

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Mae Whitman and Robbie Amell lead this hit teen comedy, read our full preview here. 


The Town That Dreaded Sundown

The classic horror movie gets a new lick of paint in this new movie. Set 65 years after a masked serial killer terrorized the small town of Texarkana, the so-called 'moonlight murders' begin again. Click here to read our full preview.


Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Kevin James gets back on his segway in the sequel to the hit comedy. Click here to read our full preview. 


The Blacklist

The second season of James Spader's hit drama comes to DVD shelves this week. 



Channel 4's critically acclaimed drama, which explores the blurring lines between humanity and machines, is released on DVD today. 



The hit Swedish crime drama follows Stockholm police investigator Eva Thörnblad as she returns to her home town to investigate the disappearance of a child who has been taken in mysteriously similar circumstances to her own daughter. It hits shelves today. 


Wayward Pines

Matt Dillon, Juliette Lewis and Terence Howard star in this tense drama about a government special agent who suddenly wakes up in the strange and unsettling town of Wayward Pines.


Hell On Wheels

The fourth season of the American Civil War drama hits DVD shelves today. 


Life In Squares

James Norton and Phoebe Fox lead this lavish BBC miniseries about the influential Bloomsbury Group. 


The Knick

Clive Owen stars in HBO's critically acclaimed medical drama about a brilliant, but flawed surgeon. 


The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway

The BBC miniseries that follows the engineers and construction crew making Crossrail a reality comes to DVD this week. 


Richard The Lionheart - Rebellion

Derek Allen stars in this bloody dramatisation about the battle between King Henry II and his sons. 


Into The Grizzly Maze

James Marsden, Thomas Jane and Billy Bob Thornton star in this drama about a sheriff who is forced to come to the rescue of his reckless brother as the pair find themselves at the mercy of a forest full of grizzly bears. 



Soldiers Of The Damned

It's the end of World War II and a German scientist is escorted into the forest to try and retrieve an ancient relic in a desperate bid to win for the Nazis. Trouble is, what they find in the forest is far, far more deadly. 


A Funny Kind Of Love

This Australian comedy drama goes behind closed doors as a group of seemingly normal people explore their most intimate sexual fantasies. 


Still The Water

This complex Japanese coming of age drama about a young couple finding their feet in love is released today.


Song One

Anne Hathaway and Johnny Flynn star in this drama that follows Franny, a student who is forced to return home when her brother is in an accident and falls into a coma. In an effort to help him wake up, she goes to meet James Forrester, her brother's favourite musician and convinces him to play at Henry's bedside in the hope of waking him up.


The Institute

An orphaned boy is sent to an institute after his parents both pass away, only to be placed in a institution where the goings on are very sinister indeed. 



This low-budget horror follows a pair of strangers who suddenly find themselves together on the run from a deadly satanic cult. 


The Enforcer

Vinnie Jones and Danny Glover team up in this action thriller that follows the employees of a pharmaceutical company as they try desperately to develop a vaccine against a deadly virus

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