'Hotel Transylvania 3' leads this week's new releases

24 Jul 2018 in New Releases

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Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation
Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation

In the popular animated franchise's latest outing, Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation sees Dracula take a break from running his sanctuary for monsters after working for over a century without any rest. Although initially apprehensive, Dracula soon begins to enjoy his vacation when he falls for the ship's captain, Ericka. But when he discovers she's a relative of his nemesis Abraham Van Helsing, the holiday takes a turn.

Also released in cinemas this week

Apostasy; The Giant Pear; Mission: Impossible - Fallout

A family of Jehovah's Witnesses struggle to adjust when the eldest daughter begins to question their religion in Apostasy; A little cat and his elephant friend set out on an adventure to find their beloved town mayor after he disappears in Danish animation The Giant Pear; Ethan Hunt embarks on his biggest and most spectacular challenge to date in the series' sixth installment, Mission: Impossible - Fallout.

New to order on DVD

Mary Magdalene

This engrossing biopic of one of history's most misunderstood figures tells the story of Mary Magdalene and her journey as Jesus of Nazareth's 13th disciple. In the Holy Land in the first century C.E., a young woman leaves her home to follow a charismatic Rabbi after she sees him performing miracles. With his teachings, Mary believes that change is possible and focuses on making a difference in the lives of those around her, spreading Jesus' message of love, tolerance and understanding.

Also new to order this week

Peter Rabbit; Midnight Sun; Unsane; Duck Duck Goose

Based on Beatrix Potter's beloved characters, Peter Rabbit is a blend of animation and live-action in which Peter and his friends attempt to steal vegetables from a farmer's garden; 17 year-old Katie, who has a rare condition meaning she can't be exposed to sunlight, falls in love with a local boy in romantic teenage drama Midnight Sun; Psychological thriller Unsane, shot entirely on an iPhone, sees a young woman confined to a mental institution against her will; Family animation Duck Duck Goose follows an arrogant goose who injures his wing and must team up with two little ducklings to journey south together.

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