Escape Room: Tournament of Champions will come out on digital Sept. 21, and on Blu-ray and DVD Oct. 5 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
In the sequel to the 2019 psychological thriller Escape Room, six people unwittingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering what they have in common to survive and discovering they’ve all played the game before.
The never-before-seen extended cut, available on Blu-ray and digital, reveals the masterminds behind Minos and features more deadly escape rooms with more than 25 minutes of new footage.
Special features include “Go Inside the Minos Escape Rooms,” “Meet the Players” and director Adam Robitel on raising the stakes.
The crime drama The Little Things is coming to premium VOD rental March 19 at $19.99, digital sale April 20, and Blu-ray and DVD May 4.
The film debuted in theaters and on WarnerMedia’s HBO Max SVOD service Jan. 29.
The psychological thriller stars Academy Award winners Denzel Washington (Training Day, Glory), Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody) and Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club). It follows Kern County Deputy Sheriff Joe “Deke” Deacon (Washington), who is sent to Los Angeles for what should have been a quick evidence-gathering assignment. Instead, he becomes embroiled in the search for a killer who is terrorizing the city. Leading the hunt is L.A. Sheriff Department Sergeant Jim Baxter (Malek), impressed with Deke’s cop instincts, unofficially engages his help. But as they track the killer, Baxter is unaware that the investigation is dredging up echoes of Deke’s past, uncovering disturbing secrets that could threaten more than his case.
The psychological thriller Fatale will arrive on Blu-ray combo pack (plus DVD and digital), DVD and digital March 2 from Lionsgate.
The film is currently available on premium VOD and in select theaters.
Fatale stars Academy Award winner Hilary Swank (2004, Best Actress, Million Dollar Baby, Boys Don’t Cry, Logan Lucky, TV’s ”BoJack Horseman”), Michael Ealy (Barbershop, The Intruder, TV’s “Stumptown”), Mike Colter (Black and Blue, TV’s “Luke Cage,” “Jessica Jones,” “The Defenders”), Danny Pino (TV’s “Cold Case,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Scandal”), Tyrin Turner (Menace II Society, Meet the Blacks, TV’s “Black-ish”) and Damaris Lewis (BlacKkKlansman, TV’s “Pose,” “Titans”).
In the thriller, after a wild one-night stand, successful sports agent Derrick (Ealy) watches his perfect life unwind when he discovers the mysterious woman he risked everything for is a police detective (Swank) who has entangled him in her latest investigation. Derrick desperately tries to put the pieces together, plunging him into a dangerously unpredictable game of cat and mouse that risks his family, his career and even his life.
The psychological thriller You Should Have Left will be available to own on digital and DVD July 28 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
From Blumhouse Productions and writer-director David Koepp (Stir of Echoes), the film stars Kevin Bacon (Patriots Day, Hollow Man) and Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Les Misérables) as a couple seeking a restful vacation in a remote home in the Welsh countryside. What at first seems like a perfect retreat distorts into a terrifying nightmare when reality begins to unravel, dark episodes from the past resurface, and a sinister force in the house refuses to let them leave.
The film is based on the novel from German author Daniel Kehlmann and is produced by Jason Blum (The Invisible Man, Halloween, Split, Us).
The psychological thriller Mind Games is due in a special edition Blu-ray Feb. 25 from MVD Entertainment Group.
Maxwell Caulfield (Grease 2, Empire Records) stars in this 1989 film from director Bob Yari (producer of the Academy Award-winning Crash) about a family’s battle for survival against a cruel, scheming stranger. Trapped in an unhappy marriage, Dana Lund (Edward Albert, Galaxy of Terror) and his wife, Rita (Shawn Weatherly, Police Academy 3: Back in Training) try to breathe new life into their relationship by taking a trip through Northern California with their 10-year-old son Kevin (Matt Norero, ”Roseanne”). Along the way they pick up Eric (Caufield), an amiable hitchhiker who’s a psychology student. But Eric’s charm masks the fact that he is psychotic. Sensing their vulnerability, he decides to take control of the family, then destroy it through deceit and emotional manipulation. At first the Lunds are easy prey until they realize they’ve become victims of a bizarre reign of terror. They begin to fight back in a desperate attempt to save themselves from Eric’s madness and perverse mind games.
Special features include “The Making of Mind Games,” a new feature-length retrospective of the film featuring interviews with stars Caulfield, Norero and Weatherly, producer Mary Apick, and director Yari; “Bob Yari: Portrait of a Producer,” a new retrospective featurette; the original theatrical trailer; a reversible sleeve featuring alternate artwork; and a collectible mini-poster.
The psychological thriller Truth will come out on DVD, Digital and VOD Nov. 12 from Random Media, Valhalla and Dual Visions Productions.
It tells the tale of captured army officer Xavier Faraday (Eric Paul Erickson, who also directs) who is offered amnesty if he will detail his time at a notorious internment camp. When Xavier reluctantly agrees, his interrogator peels away the layers of his life, only to reveal he’s not the only one hiding something. The film, also starring Rachel Alig, unfolds with only two actors in a single location, in real time.
It won Best Director honors at the Marina del Rey Film Festival and the Silver State Film Festival. Additionally, Erickson won Best Actor at the Laughlin International Film Festival and was nominated for Best Actor at Japan’s Bloodstained Film Festival. He also traveled to Russia as a guest of the Arctic Open Film Festival as part of the award-winning slate that featured the film’s inclusion as an Official Selection at stops including the Cardiff International Film Festival, the Silver State Film Festival, and the Worldwide Women’s Film Festival where, among other awards, it picked up Best Feature. Alig took home Best Actress honors at the Laughlin International Film Festival.