New DVD Releases For Your Best Movie Marathon Yet

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Get Ready For A Movie Marathon This February!

It’s February, it’s cold, there’s only one thing for it; a movie marathon! But if you’ve no idea which flicks have just made the switch from cinema screen to TV, fear not, Flubit are here to give you the lowdown on the best new DVD releases of the year so far.

Whether you love a sprinkling of Disney magic, a smattering of sing-along fun, a pinch of romance or a shedload of full-on action and suspense, we guarantee there’s a newly released film on DVD that’ll provide a feast for your senses. Now, all you need to do is grab the popcorn, dim the lights, get comfy and relax. No ticket required!

Here are a few of our favourites:

Disney’s Beauty and The Beast Live Action and Animation Double Pack DVD
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Be our guest for just £15.99


Now, when a classic film gets a remake we tend to cringe a little, right? But there’s no need to hide behind your seat in fear of a complete letdown this time. This beautiful live-action version is just as stunning as its animated predecessor and if you loved that, you’ll love the fact that it’s also included in this DVD double pack. Featuring impressive performances from Emma Watson and Dan Stevens, among an all-star cast, we’re sure you’ll adore the live-action version just as much as the cartoon classic.

Ghost In The Shell (DVD)
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Ghostly goings on, just £8.27


…And talking of remakes, if you had a thing for Manga classic, Ghost In The Shell, back in the day, you’re bound to enjoy this live-action version too. Starring Scarlett Johansson as a sassy cyborg policewoman who attempts to bring down a nefarious computer hacker, this dazzling sci-fi spectacle is sure to impress. Girl power at its best!

My Cousin Rachel (DVD)
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Delicious, dangerous and only £10.74


If you love a period drama, My Cousin Rachel might be the perfect movie to kick off your marathon. Starring Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin, this stunning film was originally a novel written by British author, Daphne du Maurier, and published in 1951. The story is centred around a young Englishman who believes his mysterious but beautiful cousin murdered his guardian and sets about plotting his revenge. There’s just one snag; her spellbinding charm means he begins to fall in love with her.

La La Land (DVD)
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Get your sing-song on for just £7.89


Didn’t catch it at the cinema? Well now’s your chance to delve deep into the wonderful world of song and dance with this multi-award-winning musical masterpiece. Starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, La La Land follows the adventures of a lovestruck couple looking to pursue their dreams in LA’s unforgiving music industry.

Feast Your Eyes On More New DVD Releases

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