This Week's New DVDs: October 19th 2015
Jurassic World, Mad Men, The Lazarus Effect and Grimm are among this week's new releases on DVD.
After smashing the box office, the hugely successful reboot arrives on DVD, Blu-Ray and exclusive hmv steelbook today, click here to read our full review.
The final instalment of the genre-definining drama comes to DVD today, click here to read our feature.
Olivia Wilde and Evan Peters star in this chilling horror about a group of research scientists who uncover something sinister in their search for a life-saving serum. Click here to read our full preview.
The fourth season of the fantasy procedural hits DVD shelves today. Click here to read our full preview.
The second season of The Vampire Diaries spin-off comes to DVD today.
Timothy Spall and Matthew MacFayden star in Sky's retelling of the series of bizarre and terrifying events that took place in a small house in Enfield in 1977.
The second season of Marvel's hit action drama is released on DVD today.
Keanu Reeves stars in Eli Roth's chilling thriller about a devoted father who gets caught up in a dangerous seduction and a deadly game of cat and mouse.
The fourth season, which sees the end of Emily Thorne's quest for vengeance against those who wronged her and her father, comes to DVD today.
The third and final season of this bloody drama about the early years of Hannibal Lecter comes to DVD this week.
Kevin Bacon stars in this tense thriller about a small time sheriff who is forced to chase down two children who have taken a car out on a joy ride.
Justin Benson, Gregg Bishop, Todd Lincoln, Aaron Moorhead, Marcel Sarmiento and Nacho Vigalondo contribute terrifying short films to this horror collection.
Ali Larter and Max Rose star in this paranormal thriller about a single mother struggling with an otherworldy presence in her home...
After an American family is brutally murdered while camping in the woods in France, lawyer Kate Moore is called into a local recluse who is accused of killing them. But, no sooner has she taken the case she discovers that there might be something sinister about her client...
Warren Clarke's 1997 TV series gets a full DVD release.
Brett Goldstein and Catherine Tate star in this low-key British comedy about a superhero struggling to find love.
Desperate to cheer up his son after his dog dies, Tyler's inventor father decides to turn to robotics and designs a very different furry friend...