This February, we have a diverse and entertaining catalogue of new releases for you, with plenty of romance for a perfect Valentine’s Day. Don’t worry – the releases don’t end with rom-coms, because several other fan favorites also find their way to their first Blu-ray releases. These DVDs and Blu-rays will be available starting February 16, 2016. Click on the titles or formats below to pre-order your copies today.

BEAT STREET

Beat Street is chock-full of hip-hop, electro music , and breakdance artists of the 80’s including Grand Master Melle Mel & the Furious Five, Kool Moe Dee, New York City Breakers and Rock Steady Crew. With dreams of breaking out of their South Bronx existence, friends Kenny Kirkland (Guy Davis, Final), an erstwhile disc jockey; Kenny’s brother Lee (Robert Taylor, Avenging Force), a breakdancer; and their friend Ramon (Jon Chardiet, Money Talks), a graffiti artist, see a ray of hope when local composer and choreographer Tracy Carlson (Rae Dawn Chong, The Color Purple) takes an interest in their talent. But these friends will find that dreams are hard won in the musical drama Beat Street, directed by Stan Lathan (Amazing Grace) and written by Andy Davis, David Gilbert and Paul Golding based on the story by Steve Hagar. 

Available on DVD and for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

MOONLIGHT AND VALENTINO

Moonlight and Valentino features a roster of Academy Award winners and nominees including Whoopi Goldberg (Best Supporting Actress winner for Ghost), Kathleen Turner (Best Actress nominee for Peggy Sue Got Married) and Gwyneth Paltrow (Best Actress winner for Shakespeare in Love). Moonlight and Valentino, directed by David Anspaugh (Rudy) from a screenplay by Ellen Simon (based on her play), is a romantic drama featuring a cast that pays homage to the great “women’s pictures” of a bygone era. Elizabeth Perkins (Big) stars as Rebecca Trager Lott, a woman coping with the recent death of her husband. Grieving and unable to move forward, Rebecca’s life is further complicated by her closest friends Sylvie (Whoopi Goldberg, The Color Purple), Alberta (Kathleen Turner, Body Heat) and sister Lucy (Gwyneth Paltrow, Seven), whose sympathetic best intentions are overshadowed by their own personal issues. When least expected, a romantic distraction arrives in the form of a house painter (Jon Bon Jovi, No Looking Back). 

Available on DVD and for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

AMOS & ANDREW

Amos & Andrew features comic turns by Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage (Best Actor, Leaving Las Vegas) and Academy Award nominees Samuel L. Jackson (Best Supporting Actor, Pulp Fiction) and Brad Dourif (Best Supporting Actor, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest). The satirical farce stars Samuel L. Jackson as Andrew Sterling, a renowned black playwright who has no idea what’s in store when he purchases a home in a predominantly white suburban enclave. Suspected as a burglar while moving in, he finds himself on the receiving end of the law in a show of force more in line with a hostage situation. Realizing what could become a public relations nightmare, the police chief (Dabney Coleman, Nine To Five) strong-arms hapless car thief Amos (Nicolas Cage) into holding Andrew hostage, the outcome of which will ultimately show the town’s true stripes. Written and directed by E. Max Frye (screenwriter of Something Wild and Foxcatcher), Amos & Andrew co-stars Michael Lerner (The Mod Squad), Margaret Colin (Independence Day) and Brad Dourif (One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest). 

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

CLASS

Class features performances by Golden Globe winner Jacqueline Bisset (Best Supporting Actress, Dancing On The Edge) and Academy Award winner Cliff Robertson (Best Actor, Charly). When friend and worldly prep-school student Skip (Rob Lowe, Wayne’s World) emboldens his naive roommate Jonathan (Andrew McCarthy, Mannequin) to step outside of his dating comfort zone, they’re both in for the surprise of their lives when Jonathan’s date turns out to be Skip’s mother Ellen (Jacqueline Bisset, Wild Orchid), in the dramatic comedy ClassDirected by Lewis John Carlino (The Great Santini) from a screenplay by Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt, Class co-stars Cliff Robertson (Spider-Man), John Cusack (Eight Men Out) and Alan Ruck (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off). 

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

CODE 46

Academy Award winner Tim Robbins (Best Supporting Actor, Mystic River) is teamed with two-time Academy Award nominee Samantha Morton (Best Supporting Actress, Sweet and Lowdown; Best Actress, In America) in Code 46.  Directed by Michael Winterbottom (A Mighty Heart) from a screenplay by Frank Cottrell Boyce (Welcome to Sarajevo), Code 46 is a sci-fi thriller in the tradition of Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville, with shades of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and classic film noirs. William Geld (Tim Robbins, The Shawshank Redemption), an insurance investigator assigned to track down and dismantle a passport forgery ring, falls for the ringleader Maria Gonzales (Samantha Morton), leading to futher complications when one of Maria’s customers is found dead. Code 46 co-stars Jeanne Balibar (Clean), Om Puri (Gandhi), and Nina Fog (The 11th Hour).

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

MYSTERY DATE

Head-over-heels in love with next-door neighbor Geena Matthews (Teri Polo, Meet The Parents), Tom McHugh (Ethan Hawke, Training Day) finds himself unable to even hold a conversation when in her presence. With some coaching from his older brother Craig (Brian McNamara, Arachnophobia), Tom is all but assured that his date with Geena will be smooth sailing – until he discovers a body in the trunk of Craig’s car. With Murphy’s Law in full swing, romance will take a back seat to screwball comic hijinks in the romantic comedy Mystery Date, directed by Jonathan Wacks (Powwow Highway) from a screenplay by Parker Bennett and Terry Runté. Mystery Date co-stars Fisher Stevens (Short Circuit), BD Wong (TV’s Law & Order: SVU) and Ian Black (The Journey of Natty Gann). 

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

PRESSURE POINT

Pressure Point unfolds when a young psychiatrist (Peter Falk, TV’s Columbo), exasperated by his failed attempts to help a black patient who hates whites, asks to be reassigned. In a story told in flashback, his seasoned superior (Sidney Poitier, Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner) recounts his own experience during the war when he treated a Nazi youth (Bobby Darin, Too Late Blues) who hated blacks. A dark tale told through stark black & white imagery courtesy of Academy Award-winning cinematographer Ernest Haller (Hell’s Five Hours, Mildred Pierce, Gone with the Wind), Pressure Point features fine-tuned performances under the assured direction of Hubert Cornfield (The Night of the Following Day) from a screenplay co-written by Cornfield and S. Lee Pogostin based on a story by Robert M. Linder.

Languages: English, with optional English subtitles.

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

SECRET ADMIRER

Unrequited love has never been quite so funny as it is in Secret Admirer, a romantic comedy co-written and directed by David Greenwalt (Rude Awakening, TV’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer). Using classic screwball comedy tropes (wisecracking friends, confused identities, romantic entanglements), Secret Admirer is the tale of Michael Ryan (C. Thomas Howell, The Outsiders), a lovesick lad who decides to send the girl of his dreams (Kelly Preston, Jerry Maguire) an anonymous letter confessing his feelings, setting off a romantic comedy of errors. Secret Admirer co-stars Lori Loughlin (TV’s Full House) as Toni, Michael’s friend and – unbeknownst to him – his true love. Rounding out the cast are Dee Wallace Stone (Cujo), Cliff De Young (Shock Treatment), Corey Haim (The Lost Boys), Casey Siemaszko (Of Mice and Men), Leigh Taylor-Young (Soylent Green) and Fred Ward (The Right Stuff). 

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

SLEEP WITH ME

Relationships are put to the test when Frank (Craig Sheffer, A River Runs Through It) announces to married best friends, Joseph (Eric Stoltz, Maskand Sarah (Meg Tilly, The Big Chill) that he’s in love with Sarah. Despite her initial protestations, newlywed Sarah finds herself drawn to Frank in the romantic drama Sleep With Me. Directed by Rory Kelly (Some Girl) from a screenplay co-written by Kelly, Duane Dell’Amico, Roger Hedden, Neal Jimenez, Joe Keenan and Michael Steinberg, Sleep With Me features Parker Posey (Irrational Man), Joey Lauren Adams (Bio-Dome), June Lockhart (TV’s Lost in Space) and Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs) in supporting performances and is photographed by Andrzej Sekula (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction). 

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.

SPEECHLESS

Can speechwriters on opposite sides of the political fence find love and happiness in the heat of an election season? This is the comic premise of Speechless, starring Michael Keaton (Birdman) and Geena Davis (Thelma and Louise) as Kevin Vallick and Julia Mann – Republican and Democratic speechwriters (respectively) and romantic sparring partners. Add to the mix Kevin’s ex-wife (Bonnie Bedalia, Die Hard) and Julia’s self-absorbed formerfiancé (Christopher Reeve, Superman) and the stage is set for screwball comic hijinks in the tradition of His Girl Friday and the political savvy of TV’s The Good WifeSpeechless, directed by Ron Underwood (City Slickers) from a screenplay by Robert King (TV’s The Good Wife) co-stars Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) and Charles Martin Smith (The Untouchables). 

Available for the first time ever on Blu-ray.