January 21 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases
Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s January 21 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon!
New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD
Zombieland: Double Tap
Through comic mayhem from the White House to the heartland, four slayers face off against new kinds of evolved zombies and new human survivors.
The Addams Family (exclusive deleted scene)
Get ready to snap your fingers! The Addams Family is back on the big screen in the first animated comedy about the kookiest family on the block. Funny, outlandish, and utterly iconic, the Addams Family redefines what it means to be a good neighbor.
Black and Blue (exclusive clip)
When her body cam captured corrupt cops killing drug dealers, a female rookie must fight to stay alive in order to expose the truth.
A young nurse downloads an app that claims to predict exactly when a person is going to die.
Jay And Silent Bob Reboot
When Jay and Silent Bob discover that Hollywood is rebooting an old movie based on them, it’s game on, as the clueless duo embark on another cross-country mission to stop the madness all over again!
In this intense action-thriller starring Academy Award Winner Gary Oldman and Olga Kurylenko, a female motorcycle courier must fight off a sadistic crime bosses henchmen in order to protect the one witness that can bring him down.
A Jamaican teen who is burdened by an unstable father and an unruly older brother hopes a meteoric rise in track-and-field can reunite him with his mother, who has lived illegally in the U.S. for over a decade. Executive produced by Jada Pinkett and Will Smith.
Mrs Lowry & Son (DVD)
A portrait of the artist L.S. Lowry and his relationship with his mother, who tries to dissuade him from pursuing his passion.
True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality (DVD)
An intimate portrait of Alabama public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative.
Jim Allison: Breakthrough (DVD)
The astounding true story of one warm-hearted, stubborn man’s visionary quest to find a cure for cancer.
I See You (DVD)
Helen Hunt stars in the mind-twisting psychological thriller. The lead investigator on a missing persons case struggles to balance work and home life. But when the family is put in mortal danger, an evil truth about their home is finally uncovered.
Betty Davis – Betty: They Say I’m Different (DVD)
The original Funk Queen and one time wife of jazz legend Miles Davis, took on the American establishment of the 1970s and changed the course of women in music forever. Despite being banned and boycotted, she went on to become the first black woman to perform, write and manage herself. Then suddenly she vanished.
The Merger (DVD)
A former star footballer turned social justice campaigner returns to his home town, befriends a young wannabe filmmaker who recently lost his father and is persuaded, despite opposition, into coaching the town’s struggling footy team.
The House By The Cemetery
Dr. Norman Boyle accepts a research assignment abandoned by a colleague who has committed suicide. Norman discovers his colleague had become consumed with the history of the home’s original owner, a turn-of-the-Century surgeon named Dr. Freudstein who possessed a fondness for illegal experiments.
Cimarron is a moving saga about the life of a wandering Oklahoma pioneer and his frontier family from 1890 to 1915.
A comedy about a wimpy 16-year-old who is going through his first high-school crush…on the girl who replaced him on the school’s winless soccer team.
The War Lord
In the 11th century, the powerful Duke William of Ghent sends his most trusted knight, Chrysagon (Charlton Heston), and a troop of warriors to guard Normandy’s coastal settlements from plunder and pillage by Frisian raiders.
Summer Days with Coo
Koichi Uehara, a fourth-grader living in the suburbs of Tokyo, picks up a fossil that looks like a large stone. To his surprise, he has picked up a baby Kappa (a Japanese mythical water creature), who has been asleep underground for the past 300 years.
David Susskind Archive: Interview With Nikita Khrushchev (DVD)
October 1960. The Cold War was at its zenith. Nikita Khrushchev visited the United Nations NY. David Susskind announces that he would appear on his show ‘Open End’. Negative reaction from both press and public followed. No Soviet leader had been interviewed by an American, much less live on TV. What followed was a contentious, open discussion comparing Soviet communism with American capitalism.
New on Digital HD
The Host (exclusive clip)
Robert and Vera try to do what’s best for the people they love and those they protect. But as the characters struggle to suppress their inner demons, a course of destruction emanates from hidden secrets that can never be escaped.
A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life (exclusive clip)
Lou, a self-help addict, unwittingly finds herself on a killing spree with her unhinged life coach, Val.
Elsewhere (exclusive clip)
Still mourning the death of his wife (Kathleen Munroe), Bruno (Aden Young) is hopelessly attached to the seaside cottage they built together. When he’s evicted by his soulless in-laws, Bruno vows to get it back at any price. Desperate to escape the gracious but neurotic hosting of his parents (Beau Bridges and Jacki Weaver), and with the aid of his enabling best friend (Ken Jeong), Bruno sets a risky plan in motion to recover his home. But posing as a handyman for the cottage’s intriguing new tenant (Parker Posey) turns his life – and his intentions – upside down.