Whether you are looking for new movies or TV shows, it is not hard to find new dvd releases December 2019. The following lists contain a few new releases that you might be interested in.
Fuller House: The Complete Fourth Season
Usually, Netflix releases a DVD set of its original series after a year’s worth of time has passed since its release. This season of Full House is no different.
Fuller House has been a popular television show since it first premiered on ABC in 1987. It stars Jodie Sweetin, Candace Cameron Bure, and Andrea Barber, and was produced by John Stamos and Warner Horizon Television. The series was a family friendly show that emphasized wholesome comedy and valuable life lessons.
The series follows the Gibbler family. Kimmy Gibbler is a single mother with a teenage daughter named Ramona. She is also a surrogate. She is the brains behind the operation.
The Fuller House: The Complete Fourth Season DVD contains 13 episodes. It comes with matching artwork and a side-slipcase. It also offers nice multichannel soundtracks for each episode. Its video presentation holds up well, especially when the action is fast paced.
Fuller House: The Complete Fourth Season DVD will be available for the holidays. It should satisfy fans of the previous DVD sets. The best part is that viewers won’t have to subscribe to Netflix to see it.
Disney’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix
X-Men: Dark Phoenix is the latest movie in the X-Men franchise. It’s the sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse, and it’s now available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Dark Phoenix tells the story of Jean Grey’s transformation into the Phoenix. She’s a young mutant who discovers something inside of her. When an alien race tries to use the powers she possesses, she loses control. Now she’s being hunted.
DARK PHOENIX stars Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, James McAvoy as Xavier, and Tye Sheridan as Cyclops. They’re joined by Alexandra Shipp as Storm and Nicholas Hoult as Beast.
X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on September 17. The Blu-ray will come with special features, including a one-on-one “How to Fly Your Jet to Space” lesson from Beast. The special features are available for purchase by clicking the Amazon cart icon.
X-MEN: DARKER PHOENIX will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on September 17. There will also be hours of special features, including a sneak peek at the movie and a behind-the-scenes look at how the X-Men were transformed into the new heroes.
Criterion Collection’s Howl’s Moving Castle
Fortunately, you don’t have to go to New York to experience the aforementioned gizmo for yourself. This particular gizmo is available to your home on your desktop for less than the cost of a ticket to the local theater. As with all of the fine works in the Amicus stable, the special edition is accompanied by a full complement of English SDH subtitles and a robust DTS HD-Master sound track.
Interestingly, the aforementioned gizmo is accompanied by a new feature that stands out from the crowd: the main feature is available in both a dual-layered, region code free Blu-ray and a double-layered DVD. This is the first time the film has been presented in a high definition format. The special edition is also accompanied by a new booklet. This includes the most detailed production information to date. The special edition is also accompanied by an exclusive 2000 copy Blu-ray/DVD combo mediabook, which includes the main feature and a fully illustrated booklet.
Netflix’s DVD service is experiencing a drought
Until recently, Netflix DVDs had been the cornerstone of the company’s home entertainment business. It was a groundbreaking initiative that redefined how people view home entertainment. Since then, the company has focused on streaming. It beams movies and TV shows over high-speed Internet connections. However, as its streaming business has grown, the company’s DVD selection has dwindled.
In recent weeks, Netflix has released fewer new movies and TV shows than in the past. This is partly due to the DVD service experiencing a drought. While Netflix is trying to keep up with the demand for new movies and TV shows, it doesn’t want physical digital goods to go away. In fact, Netflix has said that it plans to spend $7.5 billion to $8 billion on content this year. However, Netflix has not announced a new plan to keep its DVD business afloat.
The company has rebranded itself, focusing on original television shows and documentaries. In addition, Netflix plans to release new movies in February 2020.