Madman brings us a whole load of new content this coming month!
The Death of Stalin is one of the funniest political satires to grace the big screen in years. Written and Directed by Armando Lannucci, this film is finally available to own on DVD.
Need a Nicolas Cage fix? The Humanity Bureau is an action, science fiction, thriller directed by Rob W. King is also out on DVD this month.
Damascus Coveris based on the political thriller book of the same names stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers and John Hurt in his final movie role is out soon.
Madman is also offering Sami Blood this August. A Swedish coming of age story following a 14-year-old reindeer-breeding girl in 1930s as she struggles to become someone else.
After a few delays, Madman is excited to finally release Rick and Morty Season 3 on DVD and Blu-ray! Re-live the season that broke the internet better than any Kardashian ever could.
A gripping and gritty British drama Save Me follows the charmer, chancer, fighter and liar Nelly Rowe as his world comes crashing down round him.
Morgan Freeman can once again grace your screen with the incredible Story of Us brought to us through National Geographic. Freeman will take you on a global journey to meet with people from all cultures and will explore themes that untie us as
Madman wants us to start getting ready for the impending spend-fest that is the Christmas season (can never be too soon) by releasing several new anime box-sets into their schedule.
Did the 2017 film Ghost in the Shell leave you wanting more? Why not check out the long out of print Ghost in the Shell anime available for the first time on blu-ray as it takes you to a futuristic society where technology has saturated people’s lives.
Classicaloid follows a young girl as Mozart and Beethoven suddenly appear in her hometown and the fusion of classical masterpieces and modern music begins.
Why not chase away those winter blues by following hot-headed wizard and his team of pals in Fairy Tail Guild?
Don’t have a DVD or Blu-Ray player? Don’t worry, Madman is offering a few titles exclusively to iTunes and Google Play this month.
Disturbing the Peace is an intense documentary about former combatants on both sides of the Israel/Palestine conflict trying to find a con violent solution to the war.
Quest, an intimate 8-year chronicle following an African-American family in Philadelphia.
The Workshop, based on a true story about a writer’s relationship with a student who both troubles and intrigues her.