Watch Molly’s Game, Proud Mary, All the Money in the World

Plus, rent Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Watch free monster battles


It’s ladies’ night


Though she be but little, she is fierce – while Shakespeare didn’t have these ladies in mind, he did a pretty good job of summing them up.

Molly’s Game is based on the true story of Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), an Olympic-class skier who ended up hosting the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being raided by the FBI. How’s that for a poker face?


Or keep on burnin’ with Proud Mary, and watch Taraji P. Henson (Hidden Figures, Person of Interest, Empire) as a professional hitwoman who finds herself on the wrong side of a contract when she protects a mysterious young boy.


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Based on true events, All the Money in the World (directed by Ridley Scott) follows the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, grandson of J. Paul Getty – the world’s richest private citizen in 1966 with about $1.2B (worth about $9B in 2017 dollars).


If you’re looking for something a little more family friendly, watch Paddington 2 in up to 4K + HDR. This sequel finds the precocious British bear picking up a series of odd jobs to buy his Aunt a present for her 100th birthday. Hilarity ensues.


May the force be with you


Getting up to go to a box? That is not the rental you are looking for. Get into the action of Star Wars: The Last Jedi without leaving your post, TK-421. Rent in up to HDX for the price of a Porg dog and soda at the theater.


And while Luke may be able to train you against the Dark Side, none of that will help you in this dark place. That’s where the Survivors Guide to Prison comes in. This documentary will have you thinking twice about breaking the law and ending up in our broken prison system.


Free monster battles

Get your creature feature on with these amazing AND amazingly free movies.


In Mongolian Death Worm, humans find themselves at the bottom of the food chain when an oil company’s drilling awakens these ancient and destructive creatures.


Why wait for a full moon when you can watch Wolves anytime, anywhere for free? Sure, the main character is a high school senior who finds that puberty affects him a little…differently. But eventually the fangs and claws come out, and things get good and bloody.



Then there’s also Big Ass Spider! Not sure what more we need to say about that, the title pretty much says it all. Well, maybe we’ll add a bit of silk by mentioning its 4-star rating by other Vudu fans and it’s 76% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.


Be sure to check out the rest of the collection for even more free monster battles.



Star Wars: The Last Jedi L to R: Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) Photo: Jonathan Olley ©2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.





Watch The Greatest Showman, Father Figures, and Insidious: The Last Key

Plus, free movies and “still in theaters” movies available on Vudu


Ladies and gentlemen, it’s showtime


PT Barnum once said that “The noblest art is that of making others happy,” so we’re pretty sure he’d be impressed with The Greatest Showman. He also said “There’s a sucker born every minute,” so don’t be one; watch the movie that Vudu users have rated 5-stars.


It’s got singing and dancing, and it’s a wildly fun and colorful tribute to the man who brought us The Greatest Show on Earth. So, prepare to grin ear to ear like, well, a kid at a circus.


So much dad bod


What happens when you don’t have a father figure you can look up to? You end up like Owen Wilson and Ed Helms in this buddy/bromedy, Father Figures, about two brothers on a quest for their father.


Their choices? A former financial investor/criminal, a veterinarian, Terry Bradshaw (as himself), and one of Terry’s former teammates. (At least Darth Vader isn’t an option.) Watch, laugh, and be glad that you’re not their brother.


Unlock some sleepless nights


Insidious: The Last Key is the fourth installment of the series that goes further into The Further to creep us out. We don’t know how, but these movies get more terrifying each time.


This time, fear comes home thanks to Key Face – a demon with keys on his fingers (go figure) – who faces off with Dr. Elise Rainier as she takes a case that takes her back to her family home. Tonight is as good a night as any to be terrorized, isn’t it? #OnTuesdaysWeWatchTerror


Skip the theater with Vudu


Watch movies currently in theaters from the comfort of your couch. What’s this you ask? Check out our In Theaters Collection for movies that are available on Vudu even while they’re still in theaters.


Check out The Forgiven, a fact-based thriller that centers around real-figure Archbishop Desmond Tutu (Forest Whitaker) who confronts fictional composite Piet Blomfeld (Eric Bana) to solve an apartheid-era mystery.



And check out our new BFF Tessa Thompson (who hung out with us at our Thor: Ragnarok #VuduViewingParty) in Furlough, a road trip comedy that pits prison guard Thompson against prisoner Melissa Leo a la 48 Hours.


Don’t worry horror fans, we’ve got you covered too with Apartment 212, a great creature feature; Demon House, a horror documentary chronicling a house referred to as a “Portal to Hell,” and Tilt, a wonderfully deep and haunting psychological thriller.


Make friends with free movies


Looking for free? Check out the free movies on Movies On Us in our Unlikely Friendships Collection. We’ve got great movies like Doctor Dolittle 2, School of Rock, The Beaver, ALF season 1 (hide your cats, ha, I kill me), and more – all free on Movie On Us.


While you’re there, check out our other collections for more free movies!



Star Wars: The Last Jedi is here. Need we say more?

Plus, rent Oscar nominees, and watch free movies


Hello, it’s me – in 4K with Dolby Vision HDR


Fulfill your destiny. Watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi on Vudu today and experience the full force of The Force when you watch in 4K with Dolby Vision – available only on Vudu.


Vudu offers Star Wars: The Last Jedi in both Dolby Vision and HDR10 formats – meaning more people can enjoy the richer and more vibrant color range of HDR across more HDR-capable devices. So, lightsabers will look deadlier, explosions will look more devastating, and love them or hate them, those Porgs will look cuter than ever.


And for a limited time, when you get the movie in HDX or UHD, you’ll get an offer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens for just $12.99 (HDX). Look for it in your My Offers.


Not sure why HDR is so awesome? Get a crash course here.


Get yourself an Oscar (nominee) or two


The Oscar parties are over. The after parties are over. But we’re still celebrating because several Oscar nominees just became available for rental.


Check out the latest creature feature by Guillermo del Toro, The Shape of Water. It’s got fantasy, it’s got romance, it’s got an amphibian-man – and it’s got a great story of humanity.


You can also check out, I, Tanya, the unbelievable story of Tanya Harding and her role in one of the most notorious scandals in sports history. Or the delirious story of discovery and desire, Call Me by Your Name.



Also available for rental this week are Justice League (we probably don’t need to hype that more), and Ferdinand, the classic children’s tale of a peace-loving bull.


Free movies for National Women’s Month


Celebrate Women’s History Month with strong female leads in some great free movies in our Women to Love collection! Kate Winslet in Labor Day? Free. Melanie Griffith, Sigourney Weaver, and Joan Cusack in Working Girl? It’s free too. Keira Knightly in The Duchess, Emma Thompson in Much Ado About Nothing, and Mary Stuart Masterson in Benny and Joon? Yup, all these – and more – are all free on Movies On Us.



Star Wars: The Last Jedi, L to R: Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), Photo: Jonathan Olley
©2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.



Now available: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Downsizing

Plus, new to rent, movies still in theaters, and great free movies


Jumanji, it’s all fun and games


Well, until you actually end up in the game. Then you’re in a world of trouble. (It might even bring you to your sha nah nah nah nah nah knees, knees.)


Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle takes the board game into the digital age. This time around it’s a video game, and it draws four teens into the world of Jumanji as game avatars that are complete opposites of their real-life selves.


There are parallels to the original version helmed by Robin Williams, but this version does have its own voice and it makes itself known.  And the addition of Jack Black and Karen Gillan to the already popular comedy duo of Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart add to the laughs rather than competes with them. And despite some oblivious character gags, there are hidden gems that come from the movie being keenly self-aware. Watch it now, in up to 4K + HDR!


And in case you didn’t hear, Jumanji will be our next #VuduViewingParty. If you made it to our last one you know how much fun our viewing parties are, but if not, fret not, because it’s only two and a half weeks away on 3/23 at 6:00pm (PT). RSVP now at!


Get down with Downsizing


Big ideas can come in small packages. And Downsizing takes that idea to a whole new (smaller) level with the premise that shrinking people can also reduce the world’s population issues. It’s shrinking your carbon footprint by literally shrinking your footprint.



It’s an interesting sci-fi concept applied to a romantic comedy, and it makes for a funny movie – like the vodka gag you’ve seen in the trailer. But ultimately the movie reveals that mankind’s problems are still problems no matter how small we think they are.


Watch Downsizing today. And look for our Downsizing and Suburbicon bundle if you’re into watching Matt Damon in weird situations.


New to rent: Thor: Ragnarok and The Disaster Artist


Unless you’ve been living under a rock (hopefully not a rock like Korg, that’d be weird), you’ve heard the hype about Thor: Ragnarok. But let us say, it’s worth the hype. It’s got a fresh storyline, lots of great action, Hulk (he’s a friend from work) and Valkyrie, and the addition of some Guardians of the Galaxy-type humor.



The Disaster Artist is a great movie about a film widely considered to be one of the worst movies ever made, The Room. How so, you ask? It made $1,800 against a reported $6M budget. But since then it’s garnered a cult following that apparently includes James Franco.


Rent both these movies now and take up to 30 days to watch. Once you start you’ll have 48 – 72 hours to watch (movie dependent).


Great movies you can watch for free



If you’ve made it this far, you deserve some free movies.


How about some great films like the Oscar-nominated The Pianist, Buried, The Men Who Stare at Goats (based on true events, seriously), Draft Day, and even Black Swan?


Watch any, or all, of these movies free on Movies On Us through the end of the month. See our entire list of new movies for March here.


Watch Daddy’s Home 2, Same Kind of Different As Me

Plus new to rent and free movies


What daddy issues?


Semi-dysfunctional co-dads Brad (Will Ferrell) and Dusty (“Marky” Mark Wahlberg) are back to make us laugh at the perils of fatherhood. And this time, Daddy’s Home 2 doubles down on daddies with John Lithgow and Mel Gibson as the dads’ dads (respectively) for double the dad jokes and dad bods.


Indie, but worth checking out(ie)


Don’t miss these great movies that didn’t get a huge marketing budget. Diverge is a post-apocalyptic thriller that follows a man who is given a unique opportunity to prevent the end of the world. Part sci-fi and part morality tale, it reminds us a little of 12 Monkeys – minus crazy Brad Pitt.



Keep Watching hasn’t gotten much hype from the studio, but this home invasion thriller just might have you hyperventilating. It’s got the whole hidden camera voyeur motif, a family trapped at home, and all the trappings of a great trapped-victim-fights-back-bloodbath.



And it may have subtitles (yeah, yeah, we know), but Extraordinary Mission has so much action that you might not even care. Follow the action as a police officer who goes undercover as a drug cartel member finds himself getting too deep into the role. If you like Infernal Affairs and classics like Hard Boiled, you’ll dig this.


Same, same, but different


For something a little different, Same Kind of Different As Me packs an emotional wallop and delivers a touching story of empathy understanding. And it’s got some big names delivering the big message, including Greg Kinnear, Renee Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, and Jon Voight.


Now available for rent


Get any of these newly available rentals and take up to 30 days to start them.


Your favorite moms you’d like to party with are back, and Christmas better watch out. A Bad Moms Christmas gives us more of our favorite bad moms and throws their moms into the mix (seems like adding parental units is the new secret sauce for a sequel). Hilarity ensues.


We’ve also got the red-hot Only the Brave, which pays homage to the 19 Hotshots firefighters who perished in the Yarnell Hill Fire in June of 2013; and Subrubicon, George Clooney’s twisted dark comedy of a father who finds himself in a set of unfortunate circumstances with the mob.


Free movies you’ll want more of


Free gets saucy with our Hot, and, uh, Steamy Collection on Movies On Us. Watch the sexy and daring Secretary, the hilarious comedy Afternoon Delight, season 1 of British dramas Lip Service (TV-MA) and Queer as Folk (TV-MA), and more.


Or check out our Laughing Through the Dysfunction, Psychokillers, and other collections.