The crime thriller The Card Counter was released through digital retailers Nov. 23, and arrives on Blu-ray and DVD Dec. 14 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
Executive produced by Martin Scorsese and directed by Paul Schrader, the film follows an ex-military interrogator turned gambler who is haunted by the ghosts of his past decisions. The film stars Oscar Isaac, Tiffany Haddish and Tye Sheridan.
Bonus content on Blu-ray and DVD includes the featurette “A High-Stakes World,” in which Schrader discusses developing the characters and how the world of poker provided the perfect metaphor for William Tell’s predicament. The featurette also includes interviews with stars Oscar Isaac and Tiffany Haddish, as well as poker consultant Joe Stapleton.
The Cannes Film Festival award winner Titane will debut on Blu-ray Jan. 18 from Distribution Solutions, a division of Alliance Entertainment, along with Neon and Decal.
From director Julia Ducournau (Raw), the erotic French thriller follows car model Alexia, who has a titanium plate surgically fused to her skull following a car crash as a child. She embarks on a wild and ultimately unpredictable journey that questions assumptions about family, identity and love.
The film won the Palme d’Or at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival and stars Vincent Lindon (The Measure of a Man, My Cousin, Another World), Agathe Rousselle (Loving, 5 Vagues de L’avenir) and Garance Marillier (Raw, Warning, Ad Vitam).
Bonus features include the New York Film Festival Q&A with Julia Ducournau, Vincent Lindon and Agathe Rousselle.
The horror film The Lockdown Hauntings, the romance Christmas With a Prince: The Royal Baby, the mystery thriller Make Up and the horror comedy I Need You Dead! are among the titles available on DVD and digitally from Distribution Solutions.
The horror film The Lockdown Hauntings is available on DVD and digital from GVN Releasing. The film follows a notorious serial killer back from the dead and on the prowl during COVID lockdown. Directed by Howard Ford, the film stars Tony Todd of Candyman fame, Angela Dixon and Heather Peace.
The romance Christmas With a Prince: The Royal Baby is available on DVD from Brain Power. In the holiday film, things get complicated for the expecting Prince Alexander and Dr. Tasha when a royal state visit is planned abroad, passing through her hometown. A slight scare delays their return, and the couple must struggle with defying tradition and delivering, literally, on expectations.
In the horror comedy I Need You Dead!, available on DVD and digital from Mill Creek Entertainment, after a moment of teenage angst, a young punk finds himself at odds with a psychedelic monster of his own creation.
In the mystery thriller Make Up, also available on DVD and digital from Mill Creek Entertainment, when reserved teenager Ruth (Molly Windsor) finds a smeared lipstick stain on her boyfriend Tom’s (Joseph Quinn) mirror and a strand of red hair on his T-shirt, a sense of unease creeps into their camper. Refusing to confront Tom with the discovery, Ruth tries to find the mysterious red-haired girl.
The action-horror thriller Amityville Uprising will be released on demand, for digital purchase and on DVD Jan. 11 from Lionsgate.
A chemical blast at a military base sets off a supernatural disaster in the action-horror thriller. As Sgt. Dash tries to keep the peace at the local police station, the explosion unleashes a toxic acid rain that dissolves the flesh of anyone trapped in it. Even worse, it causes the dead to rise again and attack the living. Dash and fellow officer Nina Rossi must figure out who is friend and foe, fend off the attacks, and defend their colleagues until the savage cataclysm subsides.
The Archstone satire The Pizzagate Massacre will be released digitally Nov. 19 from Distribution Solutions.
The dark social satire is inspired by the real-life conspiracy theory known as Pizzagate. It follows an amateur journalist and a far-right militiaman who team up to expose the ugly truth behind rumors involving sex cults, a pizza place and lizard people.
Directed by John Valley, he film stars Lee Eddy, Gary Teague and Reynolds Washam.
The thriller Hell Hath No Fury will be released on Blu-ray and DVD Dec. 21 from Well Go USA Entertainment.
The film is available now for digital purchase.
Inspired by true stories of courageous acts by women during World War II, the film stars actress, singer/songwriter and model Nina Bergman (Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 video game, Assassin X, The Wayshower) as a French national branded a traitor by her countrymen. She is rescued by American soldiers on one condition: to survive, she must lead them to a cache of gold hunted by the Nazis, the French resistance and the Americans alike.
Directed by Jesse V. Johnson (Triple Threat, Avengement), the film also stars Daniel Bernhardt (“The Matrix” franchise, John Wick, Atomic Blonde), Louis Mandylor (The Debt Collector, My Big Fat Greek Wedding I and II), Timothy V. Murphy (“Snowpiercer,” “Sons of Anarchy”), former French Foreign Legion Special Forces soldier and knife-fighting technician Dominiquie Vandenberg (Triple Threat, The Mercenary, Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York) and Josef Cannon (Helsing University).
The crime thriller Ida Red will be released on DVD Jan. 4 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
The film is already available for digital purchase and on demand.
In the film, crime boss Ida “Red” Walker (Oscar winner Melissa Leo) turns to her son Wyatt (Josh Hartnett) to pull off one last heist to get out of prison. But with the FBI closing in, Wyatt must choose between family and freedom.
The crime thriller La Flamme Rouge is available in theaters and on demand from Level 33 Entertainment.
Executive produced by Balthazar Getty (Lord of the Flies) and written and directed by the Maze Brothers Brent and Derek (Cyanide Syndicate: Blueprint, A$AP Lotto: Smooth City), the film stars an ensemble cast of “Twin Peaks” alums (Balthazar Getty, Nicole LaLiberté, George Griffith), as well as Clint Howard (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Todd Lowe (HBO’s “True Blood”), Josh Martin (“Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection”), Colby Coash (Former Nebraska State Senator, It Snows All the Time), Charlie McElveen (12 Midnight) and Sebastian Quinn (TV Series “Doomsday”).
In the film, a violent night sends cycling champ Rick Van Pelt into a neon drenched fever dream. Fueled by scotch and paranoia, he confronts Isaac about an affair with his fiancée. A shocking turn of events unveils their scheme to rip off a reclusive art dealer. Eccentric friends, old and new, fail to save Rick from the nocturnal underworld and his demons personified. A renegade detective is his only hope.
Well Go USA has picked up North American rights to Film Mode Entertainment’s horror thriller They Crawl Beneath.
Well Go is set to release the film in 2022.
The film stars Michael Pare (The Lincoln Lawyer, Gone) and Joseph Almani (Law of Attraction) and is directed by Dale Fabrigar, produced by Suzanne DeLaurentiis, executive produced by Kevin Goetz, and co-executive produced by Stephen Hornyak and Neil Goetz.
They Crawl Beneath follows Danny (Almani), a young cop working on his Uncle Bill’s (Pare) classic vintage car on a secluded ranch when a major earthquake hits. Uncle Bill is crushed, and Danny becomes trapped under the car, creating a claustrophobic nightmare. The situation intensifies when something horrifying emerges out of the cracks in the ground that leaves Danny fighting for his life.
“Kevin and Suzanne have produced a phenomenally entertaining film,” Film Mode’s Clay Epstein said in a statement. “There is no better partner than Doris and her team at Well Go to bring this wild ride to audiences.”
“We’re very excited to team up with FME to bring this film to North American audiences,” Doris Pfardrescher, president and CEO at Well Go USA, said in a statement. “They have a knack for bringing innovative new stories to life for audiences worldwide, and this weaving of creature feature horror with a disaster-thriller backdrop undoubtedly positions They Crawl Beneath as an engaging, nail-biting entry to the horror genre.”
“We could not be more thrilled to partner with both Well Go USA and Film Mode Entertainment on our movie,” Goetz said in a statement. “Both of these companies have exceptional track records when it comes to marketing and distributing high-octane genre pictures.”
The action film The Gardener will be released on demand, DVD and for digital purchase Dec. 28 from Lionsgate.
Gary Daniels and Robert Bronzi star in the home-invasion thriller, which follows an immigrant living a quiet life as a gardener at a manor house in England who has to rely on old skills to save the family he works for from home invaders.
The quiet of the English countryside is shattered when a troubled wealthy family gathers in a quaint manor home for the holidays, never suspecting that bloodthirsty, sadistic Volker (Gary Daniels, The Expendables) and his crew linger at the gates, ready to attack, rob and maim them at nightfall. But the invaders don’t count on the estate’s quiet gardener Peter Juhasz (Robert Bronzi, Death Kiss), who must return to the savage ways he learned as a soldier to save the family.