This Week's New DVDs: July 18th 2016
High-Rise, The Witch, London Has Fallen and Get A Job are among this week's new releases on DVD.
Based on J. G. Ballard's 1975 novel of the same name and is directed by Ben Wheatley, this chilling adaptation stars Tom Hiddleston as Robert Laing, a young doctor who takes a flat in a luxury tower block in West London and soon finds that he is sucked in to the building's strange social dynamics. Starring alongside Hiddleston are Luke Evans, Sienna Miller, Elisabeth Moss, Jeremy Irons, James Purefoy, Keeley Hawes and Reece Shearsmith.
Universal Pictures UK
This chilling horror story has taken the festival circuit by storm and will sends chills right down your spine. The story follows a family in 1630s New England, a family which quickly becomes torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic and possession.
Get A Job
Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick and Bryan Cranston star in this low-key comedy about two struggling milennials and their quest to get on the employment ladder.
Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford, Elisabeth Moss and Topher Grace star in this drama based on the memoir of journalist and TV news producer Mary Mapes, who took the decision to air a pre-election segment detailing how President George W. Bush managed to evade conscription during the Vietnam War.
Norm of the North
Rob Schneider, Bill Nighy, James Corden and Heather Graham lend their voices to this animated family adventure about a polar bear who heads to New York to try and bring down the property company that wants to destory his homeland.
Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood lead this thriller about two struggling police officers who decide to rob a wealthy gangster they have recently arrested.
The Lake House
4Digital Media Limited
This dank horror follows the travails of six friends who head off for a vacation in a supposedly haunted mansion and begin to dissapear one by one...
The Dead Room
This low-budget horror unites a scientist, ghost hunter and clairvoyant as they search for supernatural spirits...
Pete McCormack directs this tribute to legendary heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, which features interviews with Henry Cooper, George Foreman and Joe Frazier.