Film

List of DVD movie release dates for Jan. 4 and beyond

McClatchy-Tribune News Service
McClatchy-Tribune News Service (MCT)
The Last Exorcism

Following is a partial schedule of coming movies on DVD. Release dates are subject to change:

———

JANUARY

4: Case 39 — Paramount

4: Dinner for Schmucks — Fox

4: Howl — Oscillope

4: The Last Exorcism — Lionsgate

4: Machete — Fox

11: Alpha and Omega — Lionsgate

11: The Freebie — Phase 4

11: Piranha 3D — Sony

11: Shake Hands With the Devil — eOne

11: The Social Network — Sony

18: Animal Kingdom — Sony

18: Buried — Lionsgate

18: Jack Goes Boating — Anchor Bay

18: Lebanon — Sony

18: Neshoba: The Price of Freedom — First Run

18: Stone — Anchor Bay

18: Takers — Disney

18: The Virginity Hit — Sony Pictures

25: Adventures of Power — Phase 4

25: The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest — Music Box

25: Nowhere Boy — Sony

25: Red — Summit

25: Saw: The Final Chapter — Lionsgate

25: Secretariat — Disney

———

FEBRUARY

1: Conviction — Fox

1: Let Me In — Anchor Bay

1: Never Let Me Go — Fox

1: The Tillman Story — Sony

8: For Colored Girls — Lionsgate

8: I Spit On Your Grave — Anchor Bay

8: It's Kind of a Funny Story — Universal

8: Middle Men — Paramount

8: My Soul to Take — Universal

8: Paranormal Activity 2 — Paramount

8: You Again — Disney

8: Wild Target — Fox

15: You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger — Sony

22: Get Low — Sony

22: Waiting for "Superman" — Paramount

Music


Books


Film


Recent
Love in the Time of Coronavirus

Street Art As Sprayed Solidarity: Global Corona Graffiti

COVID-19-related street art functions as a vehicle for political critique and social engagement. It offers a form of global solidarity in a time of crisis.

Music

Gretchen Peters Honors Mickey Newbury With "The Sailor" and New Album (premiere + interview)

Gretchen Peters' latest album, The Night You Wrote That Song: The Songs of Mickey Newbury, celebrates one of American songwriting's most underappreciated artists. Hear Peters' new single "The Sailor" as she talks about her latest project.

Music

Okkyung Lee Goes From Classical to Noise on the Stellar 'Yeo-Neun'

Cellist Okkyung Lee walks a fine line between classical and noise on the splendid, minimalist excursion Yeo-Neun.

Film

Alastair Sim: A Very English Character Actor Genius

Alastair Sim belongs to those character actors sometimes accused of "hamming it up" because they work at such a high level of internal and external technique that they can't help standing out.

Music

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's New LP Is Lacking in Songcraft but Rich in Texture

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's The Mosaic of Transformation is a slightly uneven listen. It generally transcends the tropes of its genre, but occasionally substitutes substance for style.

Music

Buzzcocks' 1996 Album 'All Set' Sees the Veteran Band Stretching Out and Gaining Confidence

After the straightforward and workmanlike Trade Test Transmissions, Buzzcocks continued to hone their fresh identity in the studio, as exhibited on the All Set reissue contained on the new box-set Sell You Everything.

Books

Patrick Madden's 'Disparates' Makes Sense in These Crazy Times

There's no social distancing with Patrick Madden's hilarious Disparates. While reading these essays, you'll feel like he's in the room with you.

Music

Perfume Genius Purges Himself and It's Contagious

You need to care so much about your art to pack this much meaning into not only the words, but the tones that adorn and deliver them. Perfume Genius cares so much it hurts on Set My Heart on Fire Immediately.

Love in the Time of Coronavirus

Confinement and Escape: Emma Donoghue and E.L. Doctorow in Our Time of Self-Isolation

Emma Donoghue's Room and E.L. Doctorow's Homer & Langley define and confront life within limited space.

Books

Political Cartoonist Art Young Was an Aficionado of all Things Infernal

Fantagraphics' new edition of Inferno takes Art Young's original Depression-era critique to the Trump White House -- and then drags it all to Hell.

Music

Folk's Jason Wilber Examines the World Through a Futurist Lens in 'Time Traveler' (album stream)

John Prine's former guitarist and musical director, Jason Wilber steps out with a new album, Time Traveler, featuring irreverent, pensive, and worldly folk music.

Reviews
Collapse Expand Reviews

Features
Collapse Expand Features
PM Picks
Collapse Expand Pm Picks

© 1999-2020 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters is wholly independent, women-owned and operated.