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New DVD Releases April 2019: All The Latest Movies And TV Shows Coming This Month

April is often a hodgepodge of new releases, both of the TV and movie variety. If you’ve still been waiting to catch some flicks from the end of last year, there will be options in April. In addition, if you’ve been hoping to catch some 2019 projects ranging from cool movie options like Glass to major TV events like Escape at Dannemora, you are in luck.

There’s a lot of good stuff out in April of 2019. Although we are sort of in the lull between giant blockbuster end-of-year releases and the big stuff that will be hitting theaters this spring and summer, no matter your preference, there’s interesting TV and movie content coming this month.

If you’re looking for the list of stuff coming in March of 2019, we have you covered per usual. In addition, Digital releases are out the same day as Blu-ray and DVD releases, unless otherwise noted in the early Digital releases column.

Tuesday, April 2 DVD, Blu-ray And Digital Releases

The Mule
Archer: Danger Island
Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase
The Man Who Killed Hitler and then Bigfoot
Seven in Heaven
Rust Creek

Tuesday, April 9 DVD, Blu-ray And Digital Releases

On the Basis of Sex (Digital March 26)
A Dog’s Way Home (Digital March 26)
Holmes and Watson
Welcome to Marwen (Digital March 26)
We Die Young
Berlin I Love You
Project Blue Book: Season 1
Ray Donovan: The Complete Sixth Season
You’re The Worst: The Complete Fifth Season
Noir Archive: 9-Film Collection

Tuesday, April 16 DVD, Blu-ray And Digital Releases

Dragon Ball Super: Broly
The Kid Who Would Be King
Escape at Dannemora
Justice League vs. The Fatal Five (Digital March 30)
Batman: Hush
Masterpiece Victoria: The Complete Third Season
The Karate Kid [4K]
The Big C: The Complete Series

Tuesday, April 30 DVD, Blu-ray And Digital Releases

Miss Bala
Mission of Honor

Given the wildly different releases this month, it would be hard for me to guesstimate what will be up your alley. Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Glass, and Bumblebee were all popular in their respective releases. In addition, The Kid Who Would Be King wasn’t wildly seen in theaters, but is one of the best-reviewed flicks out this month, running at a whopping 90% on Rotten Tomatoes among critics who reviewed the flick. Particularly if you have older kids, it may be worth checking out. All in all, there’s a lot to choose from and be sure to check back when we bring you May’s (likely even bigger) releases!

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