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Every New Movie Coming to UK Home Entertainment Next Week (March 30th)

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Here's your guide to the new movies hitting UK home entertainment next week.


As the UK and Ireland face increasingly strict lockdowns to combat the spread of COVID-19 and with all cinemas now closed for the foreseeable future, home entertainment now takes precedence. Here is our weekly roundup of the new releases hitting UK Home Entertainment platforms for the week commencing March 30th (thanks to Strike Media for the schedule).




Trick
Trick
An elusive serial killer, Trick, returns each Halloween to kill innocent victims. Detective Mike Denver (Omar Epps) faced Trick once before, shooting him off a five-storey building. When Trick's body disappears into the town river, everyone thinks he's dead. Only Denver believes he's still alive. But now, as strange occurrences disrupt the peace of the town, nobody can deny that Trick has returned. Obsessed with catching the murderer, Denver will do whatever it takes to stop Trick claiming their next victim.

Available on iTunes



The Occupation
The Occupation
The true-life story of a 13 year-old Polish Jew whose entire family was killed by Nazis in September of 1942.

Available on iTunes and Amazon



The Last Right
The Last Right
Two brothers and a woman they’ve just met journey across the island of Ireland to bury a stranger.

Available on iTunes




Knives Out
Knives Out
Rian Johnson writes and directs this American crime drama starring Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Lakeith Stanfield, Michael Shannon and Ana de Armas. To celebrate his 85th birthday, best-selling crime writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) invites his eccentric family, including his three heirs and their children, to attend a party at his mansion. The following morning, however, the patriarch is found dead in an apparent suicide. Renowned private investigator Benoit Blanc (Craig) is hired to deduce the circumstances of the writer's mysterious demise and quickly surmises there is one guilty party spinning a twisted web of intrigue for him to unravel. The cast also includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson, Toni Collette and Katherine Langford.

Available on iTunes



Military Wives
Military Wives
Following a group of women in England whose partners are away serving in Afghanistan. Faced with the men's absences, they form a choir and quickly find themselves at the centre of a media sensation and global movement. Inspired by the global phenomenon of military wives choirs, the story celebrates a band of misfit women who form a choir on a military base.

Available on Curzon Home Cinema



Standing Up, Falling Down
Standing Up, Falling Down
American comedy starring Billy Crystal and Ben Schwartz. Stand-up comedian Scott Rollins (Schwartz) moves back to his hometown after four years in Los Angeles, where his career has stagnated. Scott finds himself at a loose end as he realises that his friends have all moved on, including his ex-girlfriend Becky (Eloise Mumford). However, a number of chance encounters with an alcoholic dermatologist named Marty (Crystal) results in an unlikely friendship developing between the pair as they share past regrets about their life choices.

Available on iTunes



Frozen 2
Frozen 2
Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel and Josh Gad return to provide their voice talents to this Disney animated sequel. Three years after the events of Frozen (2013), Elsa (Menzel), now Queen of Arendelle, and her younger sister Anna (Bell) are celebrating the arrival of autumn when Elsa hears a mysterious voice calling out to her from the north. With their kingdom under threat from reawakened elemental spirits, the sisters, joined by Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf (Gad), embark on an adventure to the Enchanted Forest as Elsa searches for the source of the voice and seeks answers about the origin of her magical abilities.

Available on Amazon



Motherless Brooklyn
Motherless Brooklyn
Edward Norton writes, directs and stars in this American crime drama based on the novel by Jonathan Lethem. Set in 1950s New York, the film follows the eccentric and troubled private investigator Lionel Essrog (Norton), who suffers with Tourette's, as he investigates the murder of his mentor, Frank Minna (Bruce Willis). The trail leads him to civil rights activist Laura Rose (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) and the powerful, corrupt city planner Moses Randolph (Alec Baldwin). The cast also includes Willem Dafoe, Leslie Mann, Bobby Cannavale and Michael K. Williams.

Available on iTunes



Four Kids and It
Four Kids and It
New couple Alice (Paula Patton) and David (Matthew Goode) take their less than enthusiastic children on a family holiday to a Cornish cottage to meet each other for the first time. The holiday takes an unexpected turn when, on the local beach, the kids discover a magical and very grumpy Psammead (Michael Caine), a creature with the power to grant magical wishes. Unfortunately, they also run into local aristocratic oddball Tristan (Russell Brand), who wants to capture the Psammead for his own gain. The ensuing adventure brings the new siblings together and helps them to accept their parents’ newfound happiness.

Available on Sky Cinema



Honey Boy
Honey Boy
Shia LaBeouf writes and stars in this drama based on his childhood and rise to fame, focusing on his relationship with his father. As a child, Otis Lort (Noah Jupe) is encouraged by his overbearing father James (LaBeouf) to embrace the world of acting, fulfilling a lifelong dream that passed him by. As Otis ages and James's encouragement turns to extreme pressure, Otis (Lucas Hedges) finds himself rebelling away from his father and his dreams.

Available on iTunes



21 Bridges
21 Bridges
Chadwick Boseman stars as an NYPD detective leading a Manhattan manhunt in this American crime thriller. After eight police officers are murdered in New York City, Captain McKenna (J.K. Simmons) tasks detectives Andre Davis (Boseman) and Frankie Burns (Sienna Miller) with catching the killers. To ensure they don't escape, Davis seals off Manhattan and orders that the island's 21 bridges are shut down. However, as he investigates the crime scene, Davis begins to question the NYPD's role in the case and McKenna's motives for ordering the manhunt.

Available on Amazon



Escape from Auschwitz
Escape from Auschwitz
Low budget historical drama about prisoners incarcerated in Auschwitz who attempt a daring escape.

Available on Amazon



System Crasher
System Crasher
This German drama from writer/director Nora Fingscheidt focusses on a troubled nine-year-old girl (Helena Zengel) who finds herself trapped in a child welfare system that struggles to understand her wild nature. System Crasher was selected to represent Germany at this year's Oscars.

Available on Curzon Home Cinema