‘Last Ship,’ ‘South Park,’ ‘Debt Collector,’ More Available on Home Entertainment … Plus a Giveaway!!!

EVERY DAY. (DVD Artwork). ©Warner Bros.


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Every Day

From Orion Pictures comes “Every Day,” available on DVD Tuesday June 5. Directed by Michael Sucsy (“The Vow”), the romantic drama is based on David Levithan’s acclaimed bestselling novel of the same name.

Rhiannon is a 16-year old girl who falls in love with a mysterious soul named “A” who inhabits a different body every day. Feeling an unmatched connection, Rhiannon and A work each day to find each other, not knowing what or who the next day will bring. The more the two fall in love, the more the realities of loving someone who is a different person every 24 hours takes a toll, leaving Rhiannon and A to face the hardest decision either has ever had to make.

“Every Day” stars Angourie Rice (“The Nice Guys,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming”) and Justice Smith (“Paper Towns,” “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”) with Debby Ryan (“Insatiable,” “Sing It!”) and Maria Bello (“A History of Violence,” “Coyote Ugly”).

Sucsy directed from a screenplay by Jesse Andrews and produced by Christian Grass, Paul Trijbits, Anthony Bregman and Peter Cron. The executive producers are Marina Brackenbury, Stefanie Azpiazu, Daniel Bekerman, Claudia Bluemhuber, Gerd Schepers and Gero Bauknecht.

“Every Day” will be available on Blu-ray for $35.99 and DVD for $28.98 SRP. The Blu-ray includes special features that take the viewer behind the scenes for an in-depth examination of love. The film also is available on Digital Download.

The Debt Collector

Two small-time enforcers find themselves in big-time trouble in the hard-hitting action-comedy “The Debt Collector,” available on DVD and Digital Tuesday June 5 from Archstone Distribution via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Scott Adkins (“Accident Man”, “The Expendables 2”), teams up with Louis Mandylor (“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” films, “In the Eyes of a Killer”) for this darkly hilarious and action-packed tale of a classically trained martial artist (Adkins) who goes to work as a debt collector for the mob—a job that seems easy enough until one “client” pulls him into a situation more dangerous and deadly than he ever expected.

Directed by stuntman-turned-filmmaker Jesse V. Johnson (“Accident Man), who did stunt work on such action classics as “Total Recall,” “Starship Troopers” and “The Amazing Spider-Man” series, and co-starring action movie veterans Michael Pare (“Streets of Fire”), Tony Todd (“The Rock”) and Vladimir Kulich (“The Equalizer”), “The Debt Collector is a wild next-generation action-comedy movie fans will want to add to their collections when it debuts on DVD and Digital, with two deleted scenes.

The Rake

A terrifying urban legend becomes real in the horror-thriller “The Rake,” spreading fear on DVD and Digital Tuesday June 5, distributed by Unified Pictures via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Shenae Grimes-Beech (“90210,” “Scream 4”), Rachel Melvin (“Sleepy Hollow”) and Izabella Miko (“Clash of the Titans”) star in this chilling tale of siblings who return home 20 years after the shocking murder of their parents and discover that the horrible crime may have a startling connection to a local urban legend. Years after the gruesome crime, Ashley remains convinced it wasn’t someone, but something that killed her parents and now she’s tormented by the thought of “The Rake” returning for her and her family.  Ashley may simply be traumatized or the creature inside her may be real.

Directed by award-winning horror filmmaker Tony Wash (2014’s SXSW Film Festival Midnight Short Award nominee “The Muck”; 2011’s Chicago Horror Film Festival Jury Award-winning short “A Chance in Hell”; “It’s My Party and I’ll Die if I Want To”), “The Rake,” co-stars Joey Bicicchi (“Rudderless”), Stephen Brodie (“The Lone Ranger”) and Joe Nunez (“Superbad”). Th screenplay was co-written by Tony Wash and Jeremy Silva (“High on the Hog”) and the film was produced by Mike Dozier (“Devil in My Ride”).


From director Asif Akbar comes the new sci-fi thriller “Astro,” starring Gary Daniels (“The Expendables”, “Hunt to Kill”), Dominique Swain (“Alpha Dog”), Marshal Hilton (“Primal Rage”) and Michael Pare (“The Shelter”), arriving Tuesday DVD June 5 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

A billionaire’s private space exploration program returns to Earth with an abducted extraterrestrial from a newly discovered alien planet.  Louis Mandylor (“My Big Fat Greek Wedding”), Max Wasa, Omi Vaidya, Luke G. Crosby, Orson Chaplin, Gianni Capaldi, Spice Williams-Crosby, Courtney Akbar, Christopher Showerman (“Supergirl”) and Randy Wayne (Hellraiser: Judgment) also star.

South Park: The Complete Twenty-First Season

Come on down to South Park with all-new, uncensored episodes from the show’s incredible 21st season. “South Park: The Complete Twenty-First Season” is available Tuesday June 5 on DVD and Blu-ray, from Comedy Central Home Entertainment.

Join Cartman, Kenny, Stan, and Kyle as they take on the opioid epidemic, experiment with water bears, dig into the underbelly of social media, and go to war with Canada. Own all 10 episodes from the latest season on this two-disc set.  Bonus features include never-before-seen deleted scenes and season commentary by “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The Blu-ray set additionally includes #SocialCommentary on all episodes.

The Last Ship: The Complete Fourth Season

Embark on the latest journey of TNT’s hit series “The Last Ship: The Complete Fourth Season,” arriving on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday June 5. From blockbuster filmmaker and executive producer Michael Bay (“Transformers” franchise), the fight to save mankind aboard The Navy destroyer U.S.S. Nathan James continues with an all-star cast including Eric Dane, Bridget Regan and Adam Baldwin.

Featuring all 10 episodes from the latest season, the Blu-ray and DVD includes 440 minutes of the addictive drama and must-see bonus features. The fourth season features an exclusive 13-minute documentary taking a look at how season four of the series follows Homer’s “The Odyssey” with Vincent Farenga, Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at University of Southern California, as well as an interview with Steven Kane, showrunner, executive producer and co-creator of the series. The DVD also includes character featurettes and “Inside Season 4” with behind-the-scenes content.

Season Four follows Tom Chandler (Dane) after he’s given up his heroic titles and responsibilities and sought solace—and anonymity—with his family in a small fishing village in Greece. Meanwhile, Captain Slattery (Baldwin) and the crew of Nathan James have discovered that the virus has “jumped kingdoms” and now infects the world’s food crops, bringing humanity to the brink of global famine.

As the ship traverses the Mediterranean in search of a solution that can save the world’s food supply, Chandler encounters his own enemies in Greece. His “hero’s journey” becomes a modern-day retelling of Homer’s “The Odyssey.”

“The Last Ship: The Complete Fourth Season” also stars Charles Parnell (“Pariah”), Travis Van Winkle (“Hart of Dixie”), Marissa Neitling (“Leverage”), Christina Elmore (“Fruitvale Station”), Jocko Sims (“Masters of Sex”), Bren Foster (“Days of Our Lives”) and Kevin Michael Martin. The series is produced by Turner’s Studio T in association with Platinum Dunes, whose partners—Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form—serve as executive producers. Co-creators Hank Steinberg and Steven Kane also serve as executive producers, along with director Paul Holahan. Kane serves as showrunner for seasons four and five, having previously served alongside Steinberg for the first three seasons.

One of the best written animated shows on television wrapped its 21st season late last year, and Front Row Features wants you to relive all of the laughs. That’s why we’re giving away a copy of “South Park: The Complete Twenty-First Season” on Blu-ray to two lucky readers. To enter the contest, simply email socalmovieeditor@aol.com with your favorite “South Park” character for your chance to win. Good luck!