March 30th Blu-ray, digital and DVD releases

Welcome to’s Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD Column on March 30th! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed descriptions of various titles below! Click on each highlighted title to buy from Amazon!

New films on Blu-ray / DVD

Wonder Woman 1984
Fast forward to the 1980s when Wonder Woman faces a variety of enemies, including Max Lord and The Cheetah, on the next big movie adventure.

Our friend (DVD)
After receiving life-changing news for Nicole and Matthew, the couple find unexpected support from their boyfriend Dane, who is putting his own life on hold to move to his family home.

The bloodhound
First-time feature film director Patrick Picard brings one of the most iconic stories from the master of mystery and the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher, up to date in his new slow-burn horror thriller.

The widow
People have been missing for three decades in a densely forested area north of St. Petersburg. On October 14, 2017, a team of volunteers went into the woods in search of a missing teenager. Soon all communication with them was lost.

The projector
Moving from the adult movie houses in Times Square in the 1970s through decades of city regulation, chain takeovers, and cultural changes, this documentary portrait of theater operator Nicolas “Nick” Nicolaou takes a charming odyssey through the history of the movie show and New York City. Abel Ferrara traces the life and work of friend and cinephile Nicolaou, a Cypriot immigrant who started working in small cinemas in the Manhattan neighborhood as a teenager, resisted gentrification, changed viewing habits and corporate dominance in the 1980s and it wasn’t until decades later that one of the last independent theater owners in New York City appeared.

In an attempt to surpass his father’s legacy, a withdrawn neuroscientist becomes embroiled in his own experiment and contrasts ten fragments of his consciousness.

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defend your life
Albert Brooks plays a dead yuppie who must defend the choices he made in life in this outrageous comedy.

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Fifteen-year-old musician Jeremy (Robby Benson) is excited about an aspiring young dancer (Glynnis O’Connor) and together they discover Manhattan and each other.

The Bermuda depths
What secret lurks 20,000 feet under the waves in the paranormal realm, the Bermuda Triangle? This is the question asked by a scientist (Burl Ives), his student (Carl Weathers) and a young man (Leigh McCloskey) who are haunted by nightmarish memories of his childhood in Bermuda.

Isle of the Dead
A Greek general accompanied by an American journalist exposes a murderous vampire who is chasing after the citizens of a Greek island.

Nosferatu In Venice
What was intended as an unofficial sequel to Werner Herzog’s NOSFERATU has instead turned into one of the most notoriously fascinating productions in the history of EuroCult: Klaus Kinski – now fully in control of the “batsh * t crazy” phase of his career – gives his penultimate performance as Der legendary vampire has risen from the dead in present-day Venice with an insatiable hunger for warm blood and rough sex.

The invisible man appears / The invisible man Vs. The human fly
Released outside of Japan for the first time (though no doubt also thanks to Universal’s iconic film franchise), these unique riffs of the classic character of HG Wells are two of the earliest examples of the Daiei Studios’ Tokusatsu (special effects) cinema, later at home from Gamera.

The Ten Commandments (4K)
The life of Moses (Charlton Heston), who was once popular in the household of the Pharaoh (Yul Brynner) and who turned his back on a privileged life to lead his people to freedom.

The greatest show in the world
Charlton Heston plays Brad Braden, the circus manager who lives and breathes to keep the show going. With the Big Top just before the bottom, Braden hires The Great Sebastian, a daring trapeze legend, to revive the circus.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV (4K)
The magical kingdom of Lucis is home to the last remaining crystal in the world, and the menacing kingdom of Niflheim is determined to steal it.

The Day of the Beast (4K)
Writer / director Álex de la Iglesia delivers the hit that remains one of the best horror comedies of our time: When a rogue priest discovers the exact date of birth of the Antichrist, he’ll win over a death metal record store clerk and a cheesy man for a TV clairvoyant urban stroll by “gore, sacrilege and twisted humor” (San Francisco Examiner) to prevent the apocalypse by calling Satan himself.

A scream in the streets
From the notorious producer Harry Novak, whose Box Office International Pictures brought the world classics such as AX, MANTIS IN LACE and WHAM BAM DANKE SPACEMAN, comes the still astonishing sick person about a pair of LAPD detectives who killed a transvestite psychopath by a polyester Jungle chases from perverts in the massage parlor, sex fiends in suburbs, violent cops, and one of the worst examples of cross dressing ever filmed.

Durango loss
For his English-language debut, the writer / director Álex de la Iglesia (DAY OF THE ANIMAL) chose the foreword by writer Barry Gifford to WILD AT HEART with the sociopath priestess Perdita Durango. But when the US distributor saw the finished film, they cut more than 10 minutes of cheerful, profane Sex & Violence and filed it under the title DANCE WITH THE DEVIL.

Lust, caution
In this daring and provocative thriller from director Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain), a young woman falls into a radical conspiracy to murder a ruthless secret service agent.

Hitcher in the dark
The young and handsome Mark Glazer roams the southeastern United States in his decorated motorhome and picks up single female hitchhikers. As soon as he traps the unsuspecting travelers in his RV, Mark brutally attacks and murders them by slitting their throats and taking photos of the gruesome aftermath to add to his macabre collection.

A Serbian film
Milos, a retired adult film actor, leads a normal family life in turbulent Serbia with his wife Maria and six-year-old son Petar to make ends meet. A sudden call from his former colleague Layla will change everything. Aware of his financial troubles, Layla introduces Milos Vukmir – a mysterious, menacing and politically powerful figure in the adult film business.

New to Digital HD

Free Byrd (exclusive clip)
Meet JAY BUTLER (Randy Nazarian), a lovable underachiever who works as a van driver in an assisted living community, and HARRY BYRD (Raymond J. Barry, “Justified”), who is kicked out of the community for general irascibility. At the behest of the house and Harry’s three wanton children, Jay is assigned to drive Harry to a new home.

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Witness infection (exclusive clip)
For Carlo Serrelli, life has always been pretty sheltered. But his past is coming right back and biting him. Carlo’s father kept him out of the deadly mob business by giving him a job with the family dog ​​grooms while his younger brother Dominic always did the dirty work.

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The Oak Room (exclusive clip)
During a raging blizzard, a drifter returns home to the blue collar bar in the remote town where he was born. When he offers to settle an old debt with a bartender by telling him a story, the events of the night quickly turn into a dark tale of false identities, double crosses, and shocking violence.

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The seventh day
A renowned exorcist who teams up with a rookie priest for his first day of training. As they delve deeper into hell on earth, the lines between good and evil blur and their own demons emerge.

The father
A man refuses to support his daughter as he gets older. As he tries to understand his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind, and the fabric of his reality.

The bunker
Freddie Highmore (“The Good Doctor”) and Famke Janssen (X-Men) star in this action-packed thriller after a high-risk heist. A team of master thieves plan to break into an impenetrable vault to steal the legendary lost treasure that is trapped inside.

TV on Blu-ray and DVD

Travels through French cinema
My trip through French cinema (2017), Bertrand Taverniers by César nominated three and a half hour tour through French film history, was too short to introduce the audience to everything they wanted to share.

Wonder Woman 1984