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30/10/2017 The Canterville Ghost
30/10/2017 Willard/Ben
30/10/2017 Channel Zero: Candle Cove
06/11/2017 The Slipper and the Rose Blu-ray release
06/11/2017 The Mystery Of Edwin Drood
06/11/2017 Inspector George Gently Series Eight and Complete 1 - 8 Box Set
13/11/2017 Our Girl: The Nepal Tour and Our Girl: Complete Collection Box Set
13/11/2017 Doc Martin Complete Series Eight and Series One to Eight Box Set
27/11/2017 The Work
04/12/2017 The Battle of Algiers Dual Format

Classic Cinderella musical The Slipper and the Rose makes UK Blu-ray debut

The enduring tale of Cinderella comes to life as never before in The Slipper and the Rose and now thanks to Second Sight, this Oscar-nominated musical is set for its first ever high-definition UK Blu-ray release.

Featuring an all-star cast including Richard Chamberlain (Dr Kildare), Gemma Craven (The Hole) and Annette Crosbie (Dad's Army), this much-loved British musical, directed by Bryan Forbes (Chaplin) is on Blu-ray 6 November 2017, complete with a host of fantastic extras including brand new interviews with Annette Crosbie and Rosalind Ayres.

The King of Euphrania is growing increasingly troubled that his son and heir, Prince Edward, has not yet taken a wife. And so a plan is hatched, to hold a royal ball and invite every princess in the land, despite the Prince's protests.

Meanwhile Cinderella lives in misery, her father has died and her wicked stepmother has made her the house servant. Help is at hand however with the arrival of her fairy godmother and a magical invitation to the ball.


- The Making of The Slipper and the Rose

- The Fairy Godmother: An Interview with Annette Crosbie

- The Naughty Sister: An Interview with Rosalind Ayres

- Original trailer

Gillo Pontecorvo's Battle of Algiers newly restored 4K edition arrives in Dual Format on 4 December

'One of the most remarkable films of all time'

The Observer

CultFilms is delighted to announce the hugely anticipated release of the newly restored 4K version of Battle of Algiers, Gillo Pontecorvo's multi award-winning masterpiece of political cinema, which arrives for the first time in Dual Format.

Winner of the Golden Lion at the 1966 Venice Film Festival and nominated for three Oscars (Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Foreign Picture), The Battle of Algiers is a tour de force of world cinema and features a haunting score from maestro Ennio Morricone.It arrives as a stunning luxury collector's set featuring a host of fascinating special features and a booklet and on both Blu-ray and DVD formats in one set, on 4 December 2017. It will be available on VOD platforms on the same date. The restored 4K version of the film recently premiered at Barbican.

Recreating the Algerian struggle for independence from French occupation this powerful, thought provoking film is one of the most influential political movies of all time, depicting the brutal acts of both sides.

Special features include

- New extra on the 4K restoration

- Booklet by Alan O'Leary

- The Making of the Battle of Algiers (interview with Dir. Gillo Pontecorvo)

- The Real Battle of Algiers (interview with producer Saadi Yacef, head of FLN guerrillas in Algiers

- Our War for Freedom (interview with FLN fighter Zohra Drif Bitat)

- Exclusive Presentation by Director Paul Greengrass

  - Exclusive interview with Director Ken Loach

'The most important piece of political filmmaking since Battleship Potemkin'


Charles Dickens' The Mystery Of Edwin Drood BBC Adaptation makes DVD debut on 6 November 2017

Charles Dickens' The Mystery Of Edwin Drood is as enigmatic in real life as it is in fiction; the author's death before its completion makes this early and fine example of a murder mystery even more of a whodunit? And the 2012 BBC television adaptation, featuring an all-star cast, is as gothic as Dickens gets. Now it is set to get its first ever DVD release courtesy of Second Sight.

Featuring a stellar cast including Matthew Rhys (The Americans), Freddie Fox (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword) and Tamzin Merchant (Jane Eyre), Dickens' darkest novel is chillingly adapted for the screen by Gwyneth Hughes. It originally aired on BBC Two and now it is set for its DVD release on 6 November 2017.

Fuelled by hatred and opium addiction, choirmaster John Jasper has visions of strangling his debauched nephew Edwin Drood and being with the object of his desire and obsession, Drood's beautiful fiance Rosa Bud. As events unfold Jasper's sanity is pushed to the limit and when Drood disappears all may not be what it seems in this highly atmospheric gothic mystery.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a captivating, dark slice of Dickensian drama.

'A Dickensian delight'

The Guardian

Michelle Keegan Returns For Duty in Our Girl: The Nepal Tour and Our Girl: The Complete Collection

TV star Michelle Keegan reports back for duty as Corporal Georgie Lane as hit BBC drama Our Girl returns for the first in a series of three tours of duty. Following its run on BBC One, the series is set to arrive on DVD as Our Girl: The Nepal Tour alongside Our Girl The Complete Collection (Featuring Series One, Two and The Nepal Tour), courtesy of Acorn Media International.

One of the most successful primetime dramas on BBC One, this powerful series charts the gripping highs and lows of eponymous heroine Georgie Lane played by Coronation Street favourite Michelle Keegan (Ordinary Lies). A Stockport-born medic in the British Army, she is a hugely popular and respected member of the close-knit Two Section who undertake missions, both combat and humanitarian all over the world.

In this enthralling four-part tour of duty, Georgie has been flown out to Nepal to provide humanitarian support following a massive earthquake. Under the watchful eye of Captain James played by Ben Aldridge (Fleabag), she is tasked with coordinating medical facilities while mentoring Maisie (Shalom Brune-Franklin - Doctor, Doctor), a reckless young recruit, and liaising with Milan (Rudi Dharmalingam - Rellik), a local engineer. The aftershocks of the earthquake are nothing compared to the tremors she feels when she runs into Elvis (Luke Pasqualino - The Musketeers), or the unexpected feelings she soon develops for Milan.

'A must watch series'

The Express