This Week's New DVDs: September 4th 2017
Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol 2, Modern Family, Supernatural and Brooklyn Nine Nine are among this week's new releases on DVD.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
After the hugely successful debut of Star-Lord, Gamora and the rest of their strange gang, they return for a second instalment.
The sequel sees Kurt Russell, The Great Gatsby's Elizabeth Debicki, The Knick's Chris Sullivan and French actress Pom Klementieff all join the cast.
The newbies join a returning Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista and voice stars Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel in the sequel.
This time we follow the Guardians as they fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill's true parentage. That and fighting some rather nasty new foes.
All 23 episodes of the 12th season of the hugely successful fantasy drama comes to DVD shelves this week.
Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles return to star as Sam and Dean Winchester with Mark A. Sheppard, Mark Pellegrino and Misha Collins in key roles.
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Andy Samberg and his crew are back for the fourth season of the beloved police comedy.
20th Century Fox
Ty Burrell, Sofia Vergara, Ariel Winter, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and the rest of the troupe are back for the eighth run of the massively successful US sitcom.
Grant Gustin is back for a third run as the fast-moving superhero, a season that him facing ever greater threats, including the deadly Dr. Alchemy and Savitar.
Top of the Lake: China Girl
The dark and winding detective drama returns for a second run.
The first series of the show starred Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss as Robin Griffin, a police detective who returns to her hometown in rural New Zealand after a 12-year old girl attempts to kill herself, an event which uncovers a series of nasty secrets for the local population.
Joining Moss in the second series are Game Of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie and Nicole Kidman, which is directed and co-written by Jane Campion, best known as writer and director of The Piano.
David Dencik, Alice Englert and Ewen Leslie will also join the cast for the second series, which will see Moss's character try to solve a case after the unidentified body of an Asian girl washes up on Sydney's Bondi Beach.
The second season of Netflix's acclaimed drama hits DVD shelves this week. In the second run, the search for drug baron Pablo Escobar intensifies with the stakes getting higher and higher with every episode.
Pedro Pascal, Wagner Moura and Boyd Holbrook star.
Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac and Charlotte Le Bon unite for this big-budget historical drama.
The movie is set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire and follows a love triangle between a brilliant medical student, a beautiful young woman and a renowned American journalist.
Julian Barrett, who you’ll know best as one-half of The Mighty Boosh, leads the way in this comedy.
Barratt plays Richard Thorncroft, a down on his luck actor who enjoyed his glory days in the 1980s as TV detective Mindhorn. Suddenly he is given a new purpose when a serial killer says that he will only speak with Detective Mindhorn, whom he believes to be a real person.
Steve Coogan, Kenneth Branagh, Andrea Riseborough and Essie Davies star alongside Barratt, who has also co-written the screenplay.
The Boy and the Beast
In this critically acclaimed anime adventure a young orphaned boy living on the streets of Shibuya stumbles upon a fantastic world of beasts, he's taken in by a gruff warrior beast looking for an apprentice and off for the journey of a lifetime...
Whitney - Can I Be Me?
Kurt and Courtney director Nick Broomfield presents an exhaustive look at the life, success and tragic death of singer Whitney Houston.
The Evil Within
Frederick Koehler, Sean Patrick Flanery and Dina Meyer star in this traumatic horror about a mentally ill young man who begins to encounter a sinister reflection of himself in a strange mirror, a reflection that soon begins to command he turning to killing...
Channel 4's brassy drama comes to DVD this week. It tells the story of two local comprehensive schools who are forced to merge the staff and students of the previously segregated white and Asian communities into one. Naturally, there are a few teething problems...
Sam Worthington, Goosebumps' Odeya Rush and Line Of Duty's Martin Compston unite for this action thriller. It follows a troubled assassin who helps a young woman avenge the death of her family
Do You Believe?
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Mira Sorvino and Sean Astin lead this drama about a young priest who decides to take his message out onto the street.