4K UHD, Blu-ray & DVD Releases 29 January 2024

Welcome movie fans it’s time to take a look at the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray & DVD releases for Monday 29 January 2024 in the UK.

Prices listed come from Amazon.co.uk and are correct as of 29.01.24. The Amazon links are affiliate links, by buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale.

If horror’s your thing then you may be interested in Five Nights at Freddy’s (2023) which released Monday on 4K Ultra HD for £24.99, Blu-ray £14.99 & DVD £9.99 available from Amazon or HMV.

Five Nights at Freddy's (2023)

Powerhouse Films under their Indicator label also had a couple of limited edition Blu-ray releases out today with Impossible Object (Alan Bates & Dominique Sanda) and Jinnah (1998), a drama starring Christopher Lee and James Fox. You can pick these up from Amazon for £16.99 each.

The Criterion Collection brings Thelma & Louise (1991), (Susan Sarandon & Geena Davis) to both 4K UHD & Blu-ray. You can buy the 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray for £29.99 or the Blu-ray version for £22.99 from Amazon right now!

Thelma & Louise 4K UHD + Blu-ray

Meanwhile Studiocanal has just released Peeping Tom (1960) also on 4K UHD + Blu-ray or Blu-ray available now from Amazon.

Peeping Tom 4K Ultra HD

Taking a look at Mediumrare’s offering sees Burt Reynolds in Cannonball Run (1981) & Cannonball Run II (1984) which arrived on both Blu-ray £8.99 and DVD £6.99 from Amazon.

88 Films releases include Mosquito Squadron (1969), a war film and Night Of The Comet (1984) a science fiction film, both are available on Blu-ray £16.99 & DVD £11.99. Also out is S.W.A.T. starring Colin Farrell / Samuel L. Jackson which comes to Blu-ray for £16.99 on Amazon.

Finally there’s Tokyo Decadence on Blu-ray & DVD for £16.99 / £11.99 from Amazon.

Radiance Films has several limited edition Blu-ray offerings out this month. They include the following films, Goodbye & Amen (1977), I, the Executioner & The Sting of Death. You can get them now for £17.99 each from Amazon.

Also out today is thriller, Death Occurred Last Night (1970) (Raf Vallone) and can be bought from Amazon for £17.99.

Altitude Film has a 4K UHD + Blu-ray Steelbook of All Quiet On The Western Front. This one cost £34.99 currently on Amazon!

All Quiet on the Western Front 4K UHD & Blu-ray Steelbook

If you missed last years excellent limited edition of Get Carter (1971) (Michael Caine) on 4K Ultra HD from the BFI now is your chance to purchase the standard edition for £21.99 from Amazon.

Get Carter (1971) 4K Ultra HD

Eureka Entertainment has just released Kung Fu Cult Master (Special Edition) on Blu-ray for £19.99 from Amazon.

Kung Fu Cult Master Blu-ray

Warner Bros has brought a 4K + Blu-ray steelbook of Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 1 for £24.99 from Amazon.

Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part 1 Steelbook

Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment had one new release out on Monday with war film, Battle Over Britain (2023). You can pick it up on Blu-ray £12.99 & DVD £9.99 from Amazon.

Battle Over Britain Blu-ray

Chuck Norris fans will be pleased with Final Cut Entertainment’s Blu-ray release this week, Lone Wolf McQuade (1983) is out now and can be picked up for £14.99 from Amazon.

Lone Wolf McQuade

Rounding of the Blu-ray releases for the 29th January 2024 is drama, Typist Artist Pirate King (2022) starring Monica Dolan, Kelly Macdonald and Gina McKee from Modern Films. It can be yours for £14.99 from Amazon.


ITV Studios has just released the TV series Vigil: Series 2 starring Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie on DVD for £16.99. If you’re looking for both series, no problem as Vigil: Series 1-2 has also just released and can be had for £24.99 from Amazon.

Meanwhile the BBC has released the DVD of Attenborough and the Giant Sea Monster for £12.99 from Amazon.

All new releases are currently showing in stock at Amazon.co.uk a the time of writing.


4K UHD, Blu-ray & DVD Releases 29 January 2024

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