This Week's New DVDs: July 10th 2017
Logan, Elle, Certain Women and Fist Fight are among this week's new releases on DVD.
20th Century Fox
Hugh Jackman takes the claws one last time as he prepares for his final outing as Wolverine in Logan.
This new instalment finds Logan one year after the events of X-Men: Days Of Future Past, he has made a promise not to use his claws for bloody purposes, with his healing factor weakened as a result.
But, even though he is all but retired, he is forced to become Wolverine one last time when he discovers that the rest of the remaining mutants in the world are being turned into weapons by a sinister new organisation.
Starring alongside Jackman are Richard E. Grant, Stephen Merchant, and Narcos' Boyd Holbrook, while James Mangold returns to direct.
Paul Verhoeven, best known for Starship Troopers and Basic Instinct, takes charge of this controversial new thriller.
It stars Isabelle Huppert as Michèle Leblanc, the ruthless head of a successful video game company who is brutally raped in her own home and vows to track down her assailant.
It earned Huppert an Oscar nomination and you can read our full preview here.
Michelle Williams, Laura Dern, Kristen Stewart, Lily Gladstone, James Le Gros, and Jared Harris all star in this bleak drama from Wendy and Lucy director Kelly Reichardt.
Set in rural Montana we follow the lives of six men and women, including a struggling couple and a lawyer trying to fend off a disgruntled client. As the movie progresses the lives of the six intersect to take us somewhere truly unexpected.
Ice Cube and Charlie Day star in this knockabout comedy, a loose remake of 1987 teen movie Three O’Clock High.
It pits Day’s Andy Campbell against Cube’s Ron Strickland. When Campbell accidentally gets Strickland fired he responds by challenging him to a fist fight, in front of the whole school.
Jillian Bell, Christina Hendricks, Kumail Nanjiani, Dennis Haysbert and Tracy Morgan also star in the movie, which has been directed by Richie Keen, who has directed Day many times in It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and written by Van Robichaux and Evan Susser, who are currently writing Wedding Crashers 2.
Jimmy McGovern writes this tough six-parter about a Catholic priest struggling to keep the community of his small town in North-West England. Sean Bean and Anna Friel star.
Jackie's Pablo Larraín directs Gael García Bernal in this period drama. as Oscar Peluchonneau, an inspector tasked with tracking down the poet and former Senator Pablo Neruda (Luis Gnecco) who is to be arrested for his involvement with the Communist Party
Bernal plays Oscar Peluchonneau, an inspector tasked with tracking down the poet and former Senator Pablo Neruda, who is to be arrested for his involvement with the Communist Party.
Age of Shadows
Kim Jee-Woon writes and directs this thriller about Japanese agent Lee Jeong-chool as he attempts to uncover members of the Korean resistance movement for his country's occupiers.
End of a Gun
Steven Seagal stars in this fiery action thriller. Seagal plays Decker, a shopping mall security guard who is forced to draw on his past as a special forces agent when he crosses paths with a drug kingpin's enforcer.
Barbarian - Rise Of The Warrior
William Mosley, William Levy and Serinda Swan all star in this fantasy thriller. Levy stars as The Warrior, a man betrayed by his tribe who is only saved by the intervention of a mysterious princess, who then sets out to revenge...
Lucy Walters and Shane West star in this post-apocalyptic adventure about a group of survivors who attempt to avoid a deadly plague of zombies by hiding in remote woodland.
Despite the Night
Philippe Grandrieux takes charge of Assassin's Creed star Ariane Labed in this dark French drama about a young man searching for love who winds up getting sucked into the porn industry.
A documentary crew get way, way more than they bargained for when they take a look around an old, abandoned asylum in this dark horror.
High Fliers Video Distribution
A young couple head to the wilderness for a camping trip together, posting their every move online as they go. However, they are unaware a group of film-makers have followed their every step in an attempt to document how easy it is to track someone down and use their own social media against them.