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What’s on Store this month

What’s on Store this month


Looking for something new and fresh to watch? We’ve got you covered. Buy or rent the latest film and TV releases on Virgin Media Store

By Charlotte Briggs, Staff Writer

Whether you’re looking for something to keep your mischief makers entertained or for a blockbuster to watch from the comfort of your sofa, we’ve got a fantastic selection of movies you can rent or buy on the Virgin Media Store this month.


In need of some wholesome family fun with the Easter holidays fast approaching? Then look no further than Migration, the latest laugh-out-loud creation from the animation studio behind Minions.


There’s also Wonka – a sweet story about one of children’s literature’s most beloved characters, Willy Wonka – on general release in Store now and available to rent later this month. Perfect for the most chocolatey of holidays, coming up at the end of March! 


For box office huge hitters, don’t miss universally acclaimed drama The Zone Of Interest, which has already scooped countless awards and was nominated for five Oscars including Best Picture. Andrew Scott gives an evocative performance in the bittersweet All Of Us Strangers, perfectly capturing the complicated human experience of love and loss.


For some lighter fare there’s the pop culture classic Mean Girls, in a new version that puts a toe-tapping twist on the must-watch cautionary tale about not judging a (burn) book by its cover.  


With the Virgin Media Store, you can buy and keep or rent this month’s hottest releases. Don’t forget with Premium Release titles, you can now buy or rent selected films at the same time they’re in cinemas – here’s how you do that.


Here’s what is on offer on the Virgin Media Store this month.



Premium release. Available to buy or rent now. Cert U

It turns out that holidays going south (geddit?) transcends species. This charming family flick follows a small flock of mallards who decide to leave the safety of their pond for sunnier climes in Jamaica. However, a wrong turn leads them to the mean streets of New York City, forcing them to confront their fears – while, of course, making some new friends along the way. Kumail Nanjiani, Elizabeth Banks, Keegan-Michael Key, Awkwafina and Danny DeVito lend their vocal talents.



Available to buy now. Cert 15

There’s debauchery aplenty in Emerald Fennell’s psychological thriller that captures the mysterious world of high society. When working-class Oliver Quick (Barry Keoghan, The Banshees Of Inisherin) attends Oxford University, he meets wealthy student Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi, Priscilla) and his fate changes forever. The pair journey to Catton’s lavish family estate, Saltburn, where Oliver soon overstays his welcome and descends into a disturbing state of mind that affects everyone around him. 


The End We Start From

Premium release. Available to buy or rent now. Cert 15

Everything that actor Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) touches turns to gold and the same can be said for her most recent performance as a mother fighting for survival when an environmental catastrophe hits London. With the city flooded, a woman (Comer) and her newborn are forced to flee and lose their family in the chaos. In the weeks that follow, she decides to return to her home and begins a journey that captures how powerful a mother’s love can be. Joel Fry (The Bank Of Dave) and Benedict Cumberbatch (1917) also star.


The Zone Of Interest

Premium release. Available buy or rent now. Cert 12

Inspired by Martin Amis’s novel of the same name, this historical drama begins in 1943 as high-ranking Nazi Rudolf Höss (Christian Friedel) and his wife Hedwig (Sandra Hüller) move into their new family home, which is situated next to Auschwitz concentration camp. While Rudolf spends time with their five children and Hedwig lovingly tends to the grounds, their idyllic familial bliss is often shattered by the sound of gunshots and screams from beyond the garden wall. Chilling viewing from director Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast), The Zone Of Interest won two Oscars including Best International Feature Film.



Available to buy now or rent from Monday 18 March. Cert PG

From the mind of Paul King (Paddington) comes this world of pure imagination that explores the origins of Willy Wonka, the central character from Roald Dahl’s beloved Charlie And The Chocolate Factory. Alongside an ensemble cast including Keegan-Michael Key, Olivia Colman, Paterson Joseph and Rowan Atkinson (to name a few!), Timothée Chalamet stars as aspiring chocolatier Willy, who attempts to open a shop in the Galéries Gourmet. However, first he must outsmart the evil Chocolate Cartel and befriend a rather grumpy Oompa-Loompa (Hugh Grant).



Premium release. Available to buy or rent from Tuesday 19 March. Cert 12

Exotic locations, stylish spies, thrilling combat, an adorable cat… that’s the fictional world of espionage that reclusive author Elly Conway (Bryce Dallas Howard, Jurassic World) has created for her dazzling Argylle spy series. However, when her imagination begins to mirror the covert actions of a real-life spy organisation, she goes on the run with secret agent Aidan Wylde (Sam Rockwell, Jojo Rabbit) to uncover the truth that lies within her novels. Big hitters Henry Cavill, Samuel L Jackson, Catherine O’Hara, John Cena and singer Dua Lipa also star.


Mean Girls

Available to buy from Tuesday 19 March. Cert 12

Be warned: you won’t be able to get this film’s catchy soundtrack out of your head for days. Mean Girls has been given a sparkling Gen Z makeover in this all-singing, all-dancing musical extravaganza. When Cady Heron (Angourie Rice) attends high school for the first time, she quickly learns the cruel rules of girl world as she encounters the Plastics clique and its queen bee Regina George (played to perfection by Reneé Rapp). Look out for familiar faces old and new to North Shore including Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, Auliʻi Cravalho, Megan Thee Stallion, Christopher Briney and Busy Philipps. It’s so fetch!



Available to buy now or rent from Good Friday. Cert 15

Priscilla Presley’s unconventional and high-profile marriage to superstar Elvis made headlines around the world in 1967. Now, Priscilla brings her own story to the screen, serving as an executive producer on this drama that’s inspired by her 1985 memoir Elvis And Me. From a teenage Priscilla meeting a 24-year-old Elvis (Jacob Elordi, Saltburn) to the complicated romance’s tragic end, no stone is left unturned in this biopic which details how Priscilla dealt with playing second fiddle to her husband’s superstardom. Cailee Spaeny (The First Lady) gives a Golden Globe-nominated performance in the lead.


All Of Us Strangers

Available to buy now or rent from Monday 1 April. Cert 15

Andrew Haigh (45 Years) wrote and directed this adaptation of Taichi Yamada’s 1987 novel Strangers, which has received acclaim from critics, viewers and awards bodies. And it’s not hard to see why with Andrew Scott (Fleabag) giving the performance of a lifetime as a melancholic TV screenwriter navigating a complex emotional cocktail – loneliness, grief, newfound love – with a stunning metaphysical twist. Paul Mescal (Aftersun), Claire Foy (The Crown) and Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot) come together in this moving drama that will take your breath away.



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Search for a title, or browse by category such as Out This Week or Most Popular. Once you’ve found the movie you want to rent, select Watch now to start watching instantly. Then sit back and enjoy! You’ll have up to 48 hours to finish watching your film.

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Migration © 2023 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. 

Saltburn © 2024 MRC II Distribution Company L.P. All Rights Reserved.

The End We Start From © 2023 TEWSF S.C.S / C2 Motion Picture Group, LLC / British Broadcasting Corporation / The British Film Institute / Sunnymarch Ltd / Hera Pictures Ltd.

The Zone Of Interest © 2023 Two Wolves Films Limited, Extreme Emotions BIS Limited, Soft Money LLC, ZOI Film LLC and Channel Four Television Corporation.

Wonka © 2023 WBEI.


Mean Girls © 2023 Paramount Pictures.

Priscilla © MUBI 2024.

All Of Us Strangers © 2024 20th Century Studios.