Check out the new content coming to your screens this week, including the thriller Chaos Walking on DVD/Blu-ray/VOD and The Mysterious Benedict Society on Disney+. ~Cassandra Coleman
Chaos Walking – Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) grew up believing that a virus killed off all the women on his planet, afflicting the remaining men with “the Noise” — a force that puts their thoughts on display through a stream of images, words, and sounds. When Todd finds a place that is completely silent, he stumbles upon Viola (Daisy Ridley), a mysterious young girl. Discovering that Viola is the source of the silence, the unlikely companions try to escape a dangerous reality where all inner thoughts are heard and seen. Based on the novel The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. Available June 22 on DVD/Blu-ray/VOD/Digital.
The Mysterious Benedict Society – After winning a scholarship competition, four gifted orphans are recruited by the peculiar Mr. Benedict (Tony Hale) for a dangerous mission to save the world from being brainwashed. When they discover that Mr. Benedict’s twin brother, the sophisticated Dr. Curtain appears to be behind the threat, the kids of “The Mysterious Benedict Society” must devise a plan to defeat him. Premiering on Disney+ June 25.
Nobody – Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk) is an underestimated and overlooked dad and husband, taking life’s indignities as they come and never pushing back. When two thieves break into his suburban home, Hutch declines to defend himself or his family. With his wife and son disappointed, the aftermath of the incident strikes a match to Hutch’s long-simmering rage, triggering dormant instincts and propelling him on a brutal path that will surface dark secrets and lethal skills. Available June 22 on DVD/Blu-ray/VOD/Digital.
Mary J. Blige’s My Life – Mary J. Blige set the music world on fire with her trailblazing 1994 LP My Life. In Vanessa Roth’s documentary Mary J. Blige’s My Life, the singer, producer and actress reveals the demons and blessings that inspired the record and propelled her to international stardom. She celebrates the 25th anniversary of her most influential work by performing the album live for the first time. Coming to Amazon Prime Video June 25.
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami (Sundance Now)
Long Shot (Netflix)
Songs My Brothers Taught Me (Sundance Now)
The Sommerdahl Murders: Series 2 (Acorn TV)
Blinded by the Light (Netflix)
Chaos Walking (DVD/Blu-ray/VOD)
Diana at Sixty (DVD/Digital/VOD)
Hunter Hunter (DVD/Blu-ray/Digital)
Inside No.9: S6 (BritBox)
Night of the Sicario (DVD)
The Kitchen (Netflix)
The Paper Tigers (DVD/Blu-ray/VOD/Digital)
The Umbrella Academy (DVD/Blu-ray)
The Unholy (DVD/Blu-ray/VOD/Digital)
Good on Paper (Netflix)
Loki: S1, New Episode (Disney+)
Murder by the Coast (Netflix)
The House of Flowers: The Movie (Netflix)
Too Hot to Handle: S2 (Netflix)
Godzilla Singular Point (Netflix)
Innocent: S2, Episode 1 (Sundance Now)
Sisters on Track (Netflix)
The Gulf: S2, Episode 4 (Sundance Now)
The Naked Director: S2 (Netflix)
5x Comédia: S1 (Amazon Original)
The A List: Season 2 (Netflix)
Bosch: S7 (Amazon Original)
Call the Midwife: S1-9 (BritBox)
De Viaje Con Los Derbez: S2 (Amazon Original)
Disney Bunk’d: S4 (Disney+)
Fathom (Apple TV+)
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: S2, New Episode (Disney+)
The Ice Road (Digital/VOD)
Mary J. Blige’s My Life (Amazon Original)
The Mysterious Benedict Society: S1, Premiere (Disney+)
The New Mutants (Disney+)
September Mornings: S1 (Amazon Original)
Silent Night (Digital/VOD)
Sun Children (VOD)
Wonder Boy (Netflix)
The Secret Life of Pets 2 (Netflix)
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