‘Moving On,’ ‘Young Ip Man’ and More Debut on Home Entertainment — Plus, Giveaways!

MOVING ON. (DVD Artwork). ©Lionsgate Entertainment.


Moving On (Comedy)

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin reunite once again — but this time, for revenge — in “Moving On,” arriving on Video on Demand, Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, May 16, from Lionsgate. The film is also now available on Digital.

In this comedy from Academy Award-nominated writer Paul Weitz (“About a Boy”), Claire (Academy Award winner Fonda, “Coming Home”) and Evelyn (Academy Award nominee Tomlin, “Nashville”) are estranged friends who reunite to get even with Howard (Malcolm McDowell, “A Clockwork Orange”), the petulant widower of their recently deceased best friend. Along the way, Claire reunites with Ralph (Richard Roundtree, “Shaft”), her great love from her younger years, as each woman must make peace with her past and learn to treasure the value of a good friend.

Both the Blu-ray and DVD release of “Moving On” contain one special feature: a photo gallery.

Unwelcome (Horror)

The modern horror creature feature “Unwelcome” is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital from Well Go USA Entertainment.

A couple escapes their urban nightmare to the tranquility of rural Ireland only to hear stories of mysterious beings who live in the gnarled, ancient wood at the foot of their new garden. As warned by their new neighbors, in Irish lore the Redcaps will come when called to help souls in dire need of rescue — but it’s crucial to remember that there is always a dear price to pay for their aid.

Directed by Jon Wright (“Grabbers,” “Tormented”), “Unwelcome” stars Hannah John-Kamen (“Ant-Man and The Wasp,” “Ready Player One”), Douglas Booth (“The Dirt,” “Jupiter Ascending”), Colm Meaney (“Con Air,” the “Star Trek” franchise) and Kristian Nairn (“Game of Thrones”). Bonus materials on the release include a behind-the-scenes featurette, “Making the Redcaps” and the film’s trailer.

Young Ip Man (Action)

The action-packed wuxia martial arts drama “Young Ip Man” lands on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, May 16, from Well Go USA Entertainment. The film is also available on the martial arts streaming service Hi-YAH!

After an escaped convict infiltrates his school and holds all the students for ransom, a young Ip Man confronts the kidnappers head on. However, he soon finds himself in the middle of a dangerous conspiracy involving local authorities as well as some of the last people he would ever have expected to be part of the heinous plot.

Directed by Li Liming (“Ip Man: Kung Fu Master”), “Young Ip Man” stars Zhao Wenhao (“White Vengeance”) in the title role. The film is presented in Mandarin, with an English language track and English subtitles available.

TV Shows

Yellowstone: Season 5, Part 1 (Drama, Western)

The top scripted series premiere of 2022, “Yellowstone: Season 5, Part 1” is now available on DVD and Blu-ray from Paramount Home Entertainment.

Determined to protect his land and legacy at any cost, John Dutton (two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Costner, “Dances with Wolves”) takes his fight to the halls of government in the most explosive season of “Yellowstone” yet. But with greater power comes further scrutiny, of his family, his land and the morally questionable measures he’s taken to protect them both. As new threats emerge and old enemies return, John, Beth (Kelly Reilly, “Pride & Prejudice”), Kayce (Luke Grimes, “Fifty Shades of Grey”), Rip (Cole Hauser, “Good Will Hunting”) and Jamie (Wes Bentley, “American Beauty”) learn that power has a price.

Head back to the ranch and dive into the first eight episodes of Season 5 along with never-before-seen bonus content that includes exclusive interviews with “Yellowstone’s” cast and crew. Explore the relationships between fan-favorite couples Rip and Beth and Kayce and Monica (Kelsey Asbille, “Fargo”) in “Undeniable Passion;” take a closer look at the iconic music of “Yellowstone” and how composers Brian Tyler and Breton Vivian translate the epic visuals and sweeping vistas into a musical landscape in “Musical Crosscurrents;” go “Inside the Real ‘Yellowstone’ Ranch;” and more, with over 3 hours of special features.

It’s giveaways galore this week at Front Row Features, as we are giving away a copy of “Unwelcome” on Blu-ray to three lucky readers as well as a Blu-ray copy of “Young Ip Man” to three additional lucky readers. To enter either contest, simply email socalmovieeditor@aol.com by May 22 with the title of which movie you want to win in the subject line for your chance to win. Good luck!