Hell has well and truly been raised on the UK DVD & Blu-ray chart this week as three films re-enter the chart, 2 new releases find their place, and The Witches is the only entry to climb back up that chart.

Two weeks after its release, Gary J. Tunnicliffe’s Hellraiser: Judgement’s finds itself in the top spot this week, knocking Marc Munden’s The Secret Garden down a place. The two share the Top 3 this week with a surprising re-entry – Jon Favreau’s Iron Man, which is 13 years old this year.

Edward Drake’s Cosmic Sin is this week’s second new entry. Frank Grillo and Bruce Willis are rogue soldiers who launch a preemptive strike against a newly discovered alien civilization in the hopes of ending an interstellar war before it starts. With a rotten 8% critics score and an 88% audience score, you could say it has mixed reviews.

Robert Zemeckis’ The Witches has spent 12 weeks in the UK film chart and climbs back up from 8th to 5th this week, just above Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey, which re-enters the chart this week. Julius Berg’s The Owners, which stars Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, is the third and final new entry this week following its DVD release last week.

Harry Potter: The Complete Collection is this week’s last re-entry as it sneaks into 8th place, just in front of  Tenet and The Greatest Showman, which clings onto 10th place this week, dropping from all the way down from 4th last week. With both films taking such a big drop this week, could they be absent in next week’s chart?

With next week’s physical releases consisting mainly of Disney 4K releases – including  Moana, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Mulan – they may just be able to hold on for another week.


1 Hellraiser – Judgement NEW
2 The Secret Garden ↓1
3 Iron Man RE-ENTRY
4 Cosmic Sin NEW
5 The Witches ↑8
6 Birds of Prey RE-ENTRY
7 The Owners NEW
8 Harry Potter – The Complete Collection RE-ENTRY
9 Tenet  ↓5
10 The Greatest Showman  ↓4
*Compiled by the Official Charts Company, the UK’s biggest films on videos of the week, based on sales of DVDs, Blu-rays and other physical formats, across a seven-day period. For more information visit their website.