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It was a quiet week for new releases on UK home video front this week and so Disney's Frozen incredibly retakes the top spot.
There is no stopping the might of the Disney snow flick as it continues to sell in incredible numbers and after dipping down the chart slightly last week leaps back up to the top.
Last weeks top film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, falls to three this week on it's second week of release.
Highest new film of the week is the kids film Escape From Planet Earth, which enters the video chart at number 4.
Escape From Planet Earth had a quiet box office release on 7th March this year, it entered the box office at number 7 making just shy of £400,000 on it's debut, it lasted 3 weeks taking just under £1 million in the process.
Also new this week is:
Under the Skin at 5
The Hooligan Factory at 9
Vampire Academy at 16
Check out the full UK video chart.
This week we see the release of Melissa McCarthy's new film Tammy and another teen horror/drama/fantasy film in the shape of Vampire Academy.
Melissa McCarthy has become a big star over the last few year with her turn in Bridesmaids and The Heat, this looks set to be another good comedy with McCarthy and co-star Susan Sarandon in to for, this could be the top film of the weekend.
Based on the novels by Richard Mead Vampire Academy boils down to St. Trinian's with vampires. This has a good teen following which could see it get into the top 5 but a limited following and little hype will see it disappear quickly.
Other new films this weekend are: Saturday sees preview showing in some cinemas for the much anticipated new Transformers: Age of Extinction before it's full release next weekend.