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Release Schedule

12/06/2017 Grantchester Series Three
12/06/2017 The Diary of a Nobody
19/06/2017 Guerrilla
26/06/2017 The Amityville Horror
30/09/2017 Inspector George Gently Series Eight and Complete 1 - 8 Box Set

Sky Atlantic's powerful drama 'Guerrilla' starring Idris Elba, Freida Pinto and Babou Ceesay comes to DVD & Blu-ray 19 June 2017

Penned by 12 Years A Slave Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley, recently lauded by The Guardian as 'the most important man in TV' and boasting an impeccable cast, Guerrilla is the hugely anticipated political drama which, following its run on Sky Atlantic, is set for its home entertainment release courtesy of Dazzler Media.

This sprawling, multi-layered tale of the nascent black power movement in the UK in the early 1970s, is co-executive-produced by and also stars Idris Elba (The Wire), alongside a stellar cast including Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire), Babou Ceesay (Free Fire), Zawe Ashton (Fresh Meat), Rory Kinnear (Skyfall), Daniel Mays (Line of Duty), Nathanial Martello-White (Life Just Is), and Denise Gough (The Fall). A Sky Original Production made in association with Showtime, this six-part drama comes to UK DVD and Blu-ray for the first time on 19 June 2017.

Set against the evocative backdrop of 1970s London, Guerrilla follows two young activists Jas (Pinto) and Marcus (Ceesay) involved in the capital's Black Power movement. Their relationship falls under intense pressure when they clash with racist police. This fictional exploration of a thought-provoking moment in history asks what might have happened if Black Power groups in the UK had turned to violence in their fight for equal rights.

'An energised expose of racist policing in 1970s Britain'

The Guardian

Hit period crime drama Grantchester returns for third series on DVD plus Complete Box set release 12 June 2017

Television's dishiest vicar Sidney Chambers (James Norton - Happy Valley) returns for a third series of hit period crime drama Grantchester. Following its broadcast on ITV1 it will be released on DVD alongside the Grantchester 1 - 3 Complete Box Set, thanks to Acorn Media International.

The year is 1955 and the seemingly bucolic town of Grantchester is rife with crimes of passion and murderous plots. Luckily the local crime-solving duo of amateur sleuthing vicar Sidney Chambers alongside his good friend Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, played by TV favourite Robson Green (Soldier Soldier), are on the case. Grantchester Series Three arrives on DVD 12 June 2017 in a two-disc set and includes the 2016 Christmas Special, the complete box set will be released on the same date.

When dead birds start mysteriously appearing in the vicarage, followed by more feathery corpses at two separate crime scenes, Sidney is worried that someone is targeting him because of his secret romance with widow Amanda (Morven Christie - The Replacement). As cases of racial tension and factory cover-ups come to a head with the disappearance of a local child, there seems to be a dark underbelly emerging in the village.

Increasingly finding solace in his relationship with Amanda, Sidney's faith is being seriously tested, to the dismay of his doting housekeeper Mrs Maguire (Tessa Peake-Jones - Only Fools and Horses) and fellow curate Leonard (Al Weaver - Southcliffe), who are struggling with their own crises. Caught between two lives, which will he choose?

Filmed in the picturesque village of Grantchester nestled in the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside, this detective series is quintessentially British viewing. Escape to the world of Grantchester this summer.

'Cluedo with cassocks and just enough noir for the modern palate... resistance is futile'

The Telegraph

The Amityville Horror gets its first ever UK Blu-ray release in a limited edition Steelbook

It's one of the all-time horror greats, it spawned numerous sequels, spin-offs and inspired numerous haunted house copycats. It even became the subject of a top 20 hit single - Lovebug Starski's Amityville (House on the Hill). And now, almost 40 years after it scared homeowners everywhere witless, The Amityville Horror is finally getting its first ever UK Blu-ray release in a limited edition Steelbook courtesy of Second Sight.

Stuart Rosenberg's seminal shocker The Amityville Horror starring James Brolin (Westworld), Margot Kidder (Superman) and Rod Steiger (On the Waterfront), is a genuine horror classic based on terrifying true events, and makes its Blu-ray debut complete with brand new bonus features on 26 June 2017.

When George and Kathy Lutz and their children move to Amityville, Long Island they believe they have found the perfect family home. But the house has a shocking history and within its walls a demonic presence lies in wait that will turn the Lutz's lives into a living nightmare. Their only hope is to get out before it's too late.

Prepare to be scared when you visit the original haunted house in The Amityville Horror.


Brolin Thunder - A new interview with actor James Brolin

Child's Play - A new interview with actor Meeno Peluce

Amityville Scribe - A new interview with screenwriter Sandor Stern

The Devil's Music - A new interview with soundtrack composer Lalo Schifrin

My Amityville Horror - feature-length documentary with Daniel Lutz

For God's Sake, Get Out - featuring James Brolin and Margot Kidder

Intro by Dr. Hans Holzer, PhD. in parapsychology (author of Murder in Amityville)

Audio commentary by Dr. Hans Holzer

Original trailer, TV spot, radio spots

Four reproduction lobby card postcards (SteelBook Exclusive)

New optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing

' of the best ghost stories and horror films ever made'


Hugh Bonneville stars in adaptation of classic comic novel The Diary of a Nobody on DVD 12 June

One of Britain's finest acting talents Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey, Paddington) takes on one of Victorian England's most enduring comic creations The Diary of a Nobody. Adapted by the peerless Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice, War and Peace), this witty four-part BBC adaptation of one of Britain's most entertaining novels arrives on DVD, on-demand and download on 12 June 2017 courtesy of Second Sight.

Lowly Victorian bank clerk Charles Pooter has aspirations beyond his modest social status, recording every detail of his life with a dry wit and amusing snobbery. Susanna White (Bleak House, Jane Eyre) directs this classic BBC period comedy as Pooter battles with impertinent tradesmen, exasperating friends and his wayward son Lupin's many embarrassing misdemeanours.

Make this your most comical Father's Day yet with an adaptation of the diary Evelyn Waugh called 'the funniest book in the world'.