Book a date with BOOK CLUB – AVAILABLE IN UP TO 4K + HDR

FIFTY SHADES OF GREAT

 

 

The reviews are in: Book Club is a sweet and saucy smash that audiences can’t put down. Loosely based on the writers/producers’ own experience sending copies of the book, Fifty Shades of Grey, to their mothers, Book Club is a laugh-filled love letter to friendship, romance, and finding adventure at every stage of life.

 

Plus watching Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen hang out, share secrets, and eat ice cream is just plain fun.

 

WIN EXCLUSIVE SWAG TO SHOW-OFF AT YOUR BOOK CLUB

 

 

Now that Book Club is available on Vudu (in up to 4K UHD), we’re having our own little release party by offering up some ultra-rare swag, including a framed poster signed by all four stars.

 

Other awesome prizes include a movie-exclusive t-shirt, windbreaker, and book bag, and all you have to do is send us a picture of your favorite book for a chance at the loot. Great literature is meant to be shared, so whether it’s a canonical classic or guilty pulp pleasure, upload your pick here and you’ll be entered to win.

 

 

Grab some friends, some wine, and maybe a nice cheese plate, and check out Book Club ASAP.

 

 

It’s on like Comic-Con

We’re Going, and we’re taking you with us

Well, virtually. We’re going to the pop-culture Holy Land and we’re sharing every step of our trip with you. Go where we go, see what we see, and get a peek at as much exclusive stuff as we can talk, beg, or sneak our way into.

 

We’ll bring you as much Comic-Con coverage as we possibly can – exhibits, people, and hopefully, even a few panels. We want to bring you all the sights and sounds…without the smells.

 

But beyond all the experiences, Comic-Con is also about the exclusives – and we’re going to wrangle some of those for you as well! So be sure to follow @VuduFans on Facebook and Twitter, otherwise, you’ll be setting yourself up for another year of Comic-Con FOMO and miss your chance to win all kinds of really, really cool stuff. Like really, really cool stuff. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. 

 

Consider Us your all-access pass

 

We’re going to post as often as we can so you can share in the Comic-Con experience with us and we’ll have content across all our channels – here’s how to interact with us across all of them.

 

Our blog – Come here for Comic-Con coverage and recaps, as well as pictures, videos, and hopefully some updates from Hall H panels.

 

Facebook – Follow us for exclusive Comic-Con giveaways throughout the week. We’ll also be posting pix from the convention center floor, exhibit experiences, and more.

 

Twitter – Find out what we’re up to and where you can find us if you’re at Comic-Con, also learn about contests and giveaways, and more.

 

#VuduSDCC2018

 

And if you’re at Comic-Con, interact with us using #VuduSDCC2018 – or interact with us even if you’re not.

 

In the meantime, what would you love to check out if you were at Comic-Con? What panel or exclusive would you wait hours in line for? And just as importantly, got protips on kickass grub spots? Drop us your recs or wish list in the Comment section of our Facebook post.

 

Going to be at Comic-Con? You might want to check this out.

 

 

 

Last Chance to Enter Our Sherlock Gnomes Coloring Contest

There’s Gnome Time Like The Present

 

The contest is afoot, so put on your thinking cap (and your coloring socks): now’s your chance to win! Pick your favorite coloring sheet from below, and once you’ve added your unique touch, take a pic (for posterity), and upload it here for your chance to win one of five prize packs stuffed with Sherlock Gnomes goodness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To help inspire your creative crayon-ery, here are some astounding gnome facts even Sherlock himself hasn’t deduced:

 

The first garden gnomes were made in 19th-century Germany and were called “Gnomen-Figuren,” meaning miniature figurines. We’re still “figuren” out what’s up with the hats.

 

Actually, to that point (see what we did there?), gnomes were said to wear conical hats and to be able to move through the earth itself as easily as we walk on top of it

 

While they originated in Germany, the gnomes spread quickly to France, and then to the United Kingdom when Sir Charles Isham brought 21 gnomes from Germany to his garden. The lone surviving original gnome is insured for £1M.

 

 

In the 1990s people began borrowing gnomes from neighbors’ lawns to take on their travels, sending photos of the globetrotting gnome-ads to the original owners. Even Amélie and Travelocity got in on the fun.

 

 

With today’s internet art explosion, gnomes of all shapes and sizes are available to help spruce up your outdoor space. Or terrorize it, in the case of the uncomfortably detailed zombie gnomes. Great for Halloween, or year-round if you want to be “that” neighbor.

 

Whether you’re #TeamRedGnome or #TeamBlueGnome, make sure to enter the contest to get your gnome swag on, and check out Sherlock Gnomes — available now in up to 4K + HDR.

 

 

Watch Sherlock Gnomes – Available Now In Up To 4K + HDR

SO IF YOU DON’T GNOME, NOW YOU GNOME

 

Get Clued-In: Enter Our Coloring Contest; Win PrizesWatch Sherlock Gnomes today on Vudu! And be sure to enter our coloring contest!

 

No mystery here, Sherlock Gnomes, the hysterical follow up to the wildly popular Gnomeo and Juliet, is now available on Vudu.

 

And to top it off, we’re clinking-off the arrival of our charismatic, ceramic companions with a coloring contest for the chance to win one of five gnome-tastic prize packs.

 

Simply print one of the activity sheets below, color it, and then upload a picture of it here. Have fun! Mix and match colors, stay in the lines, ignore the lines – be creative! (Click to enlarge and right-click to save)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prize packs include two t-shirts (1 pink and 1 blue), two movie books, a hat, temporary tattoos, and one plush!

 

No purchase necessary to win. Limit one (1) entry per person. Winners will be chosen at random. Plush prizes will be awarded at random. Contest ends 11:59 p.m. PT on 6/12/18. Drawing will be held within a week of contest close and winners will be contacted by email. Winners have five (5) days to respond, after which they will forfeit their prize and another winner will be chosen at random. Enter the contest at: https://woobox.com/qpuw3p.

 

 

 

New this week: Annihilation, Death Wish, and The Strangers: Prey at Night

Plus, Range 15, Not a War Story, and rent Red Sparrow, Game Night, and more

 

Get ready for Annihilation

 

Annihilation is sci-fi at its best – both mind-bending and mind-opening. Directed by Alex Garland (Ex Machina), Annihilation is filled with eye-popping visuals and a thoughtfulness and intelligence that stay with you long after the movie is over. Watch it today in up to 4K + HDR. And for you bundle fans, we’ve also got an Annihilation/Arrival bundle that features both movies in up to 4K + HDR.

 

Also, be sure to enter to win one of five Annihilation prize packs in our Annihilation contest!

 

Your Death Wish is our command

 

2018 is the new 1974 and Bruce Willis is the new Charles Bronson (sans the hair). But Death Wish is still the same bad-ass movie it’s always been. Sure the cities and the characters have changed somewhat, but the resulting wanton vigilante justice it serves up is still colder than a winter day (in either NY or Chi-town).

 

Truth is stranger than fiction

 

You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth…that The Strangers: Prey at Night is based on true events. Terrible, horrible, true events. You’ve had to wait 10 years for this sequel, but now that your prayers have been answered it’s time to lock yourself in and watch tonight.

 

New rentals:

Forget Cards Against Humanity, murder is what makes Game Night memorable.

 

Blondes have more fun, and blondes who become the Red Sparrow have a killer time.

 

If Early Man is any indicator, the downfall of mankind began a long time ago. Watch it in up to 4K + HDR.

 

Do you even Range 15, bro?

 

Like military movies? Like zombie movies? How about a zombie movie that stars actual veterans – including two Medal of Honor recipients – and that was backed by two veteran-run companies? Did we blow your mind yet? Because if not, Range 15 absolutely will.

 

This black comedy features over 80 veterans, hordes of zombies, and a ton of jokes that you’ll feel like you shouldn’t laugh at but will – and that’s ok.

 

 

And if you can’t get enough of Range 15, we highly recommend Not a War Story, the documentary about the making of Range 15. It’s full of insight into why this group of veterans was so committed to making the movie despite not having any movie-making experience.

 

Both movies are coming in hot and available now. And be sure get your movie buddy in the fight by yelling “fire in the hole” really loud before you hit play.