This Week's New DVDs: October 10th 2016
Me Before You, Warcraft: The Beginning, Victoria and The Affair are among this week's new releases on DVD.
Warcraft: The Beginning
The long-awaited adaptation of the hugely successful computer game comes to DVD shelves this week. Directed by Moon's Duncan Jones, this epic adventure features a cast that includes Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, and Toby Kebbell.
Me Before You
Sam Claflin, who you'll know best from his role as Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games, and Emilia Clarke, Game Of Thrones' Mother Of Dragons, team-up for this tear-jerking adpatation of JoJo Moyes' bestselling novel.
It tells the story of Lou Clarke, an unemployed young woman is hired to care for Will Traynor, a wealthy young banker who is now wheelchair bound after a serious accident. After his accident Will has basically given up on life, but his flourishing relationship with Lou threatens to change all that.
Jason Sudeikis, Jeremy Irons, William Hurt and Carice van Houten star alongside newcomer Stephan James in this much-anticipated biopic of Jesse Owens, the black athlete who won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, defying the wishes of Adolf Hitler, who had hoped that the games would be a showcase for aryan supremacy.
Jenna Coleman leads ITV's lavish drama about the early life of Queen Victoria and her early ascent to the throne.
Dominic West and Ruth Wilson lead the second season of this tense drama about an affair that quickly goes awry.
The fifth season of Stephen Tompkinson's detective drama hits DVD shelves this week.
2 Broke Girls
Warner Home Video
Kat Dennings' Max and Beth Behr's Caroline are back for a fifth season this week.
The Greasy Strangler
Jim Hosking writes and directs this bizarre thriller about a father and son who run an LA disco walking tour and find their lives turned upside down when a number of tour-goers end up murdered by a mysterious figure covered in grease and oil.
Charlene Fisk and Carrie Schrader make this acclaimed documentary on the emergence of the Ladies Professional Golf Association in the 1940s in the face of strong discrimination and sexism.
Kaleidoscope Home Ent
Eight different horror directors deliver a short film each on one of the year's holidays, with particularly gory takes on Christmas and Valentine's Day.