Baby Driver brings hum in the drum, Donnie Darko is back, and IT is available for pre-order

 

Hit the gas with Baby Driver

Watch Baby Driver now on Vudu!

Edgar Wright redlines it with this full-throttle 113-minute adrenaline rush going by the slightly misleading name, Baby Driver. (It definitely won’t lull you to sleep.)

 

This thrill-ride of a movie is full of his signature quick-cuts and action, plus this time around we’re also treated to a turbo boost of eardrum thumping music, and moves so slick it makes everyone else look like they’re driving Power Wheels.

 

Donnie Darko turns 15

 

Celebrate the 15th anniversary of Donnie Darko and watch this cult classic featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, his sister Maggie, Patrick Swayze, and a whole slew of other powerhouse names – including Frank, a guy in a stupid bunny suit.

 

If you weren’t able to catch it when it made its rounds in theaters earlier this year, now is your chance to add it to your collection and relive the (dark) magic of this wickedly twisted tale. Enjoy it in your stupid man suit and watch tonight!

 

Now available for rent

 

Your mom always told you not to forget your underpants, or was it to wear clean ones? (But why wouldn’t you want to wear clean ones?) Anyway, now you get to give your kids their own underpants. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie that is.

 

Rent it today and save it for family movie night this weekend, or next, or whenever (you’ve got 30 days to start it). And if you want to round out family movie night with some activities, check out this blog post.

Now available for rent on Vudu, The Mummy!

Also available for rent, The Mummy, the movie that launchs the “Dark Universe,” and the horror/suspense thriller It Comes At Night. (All of a sudden I want to hear some Rolling Stones….)

 

Float your way to this pre-order

Float over to Vudu and pre-order the terrifying remake of IT, available now!

It’s another year in Derry, Maine, and this sleepy town is about to be woken up from a 30-year long slumber – with a record breaking opening weekend. We’re talking about the super creepy reboot of Stephen King’s IT and its US box-office shattering $123.1 million (as of Monday morning). Pre-order IT for a rainy day, today.

 

 

 

 

Transformers: The Last Knight – Rolling out today online and on Digital Movie Card in Walmart stores

Watch Transformers: The Last Knight with our new Digital Movie Cards + Watch Baby Driver, Donnie Darko, and pre-order IT

Buy Transformers: The Last Knight on Digital Movie Card and get Transformers included! Exclusively at Walmart stores.

 

Buy Tansformers: The Last Knight on Vudu. Or get the Transformers: The Last Knight / Transfromers bundle on Digital Movie Card, exclusively at Walmart!

Transformers: The Last Knight is now available on Vudu. That’s right, it’s time for more Autobots, more Decepticons, and now, one more way to buy Transformers: The Last Knight – on the new Digital Movie Card.

 

Available exclusively at Walmart stores, you can buy the Transformers: The Last Knight Digital Movie Card and get a copy of the original Transformers included! That’s two movies for $19.96, only at Walmart. Of course, you can always get your movies & TV on vudu.com or via our apps, we’re just giving you one more way to add to your digital collection.

 

What is a Digital Movie Card? Think of it as a digital movie in disguise. (See what we did there?) Similar to a video game card, a Digital Movie Card lets you purchase a digital movie while you’re shopping in store. (Say, maybe for movie night snacks…) Simply take the card to the register, purchase it, and you’ll get a redemption code on the receipt that you can use to redeem the movie on Vudu. Just make sure you hang on tight to that receipt, it’s the only place you’ll get the code – and you only get one.

 

 

This latest installment of the Transformers franchise gives us an evil Optimus, a whole new look at a human history that includes Transformers since the dawn of time, and a whole bunch of other things we don’t even have time to get into. Except for the fact it’ll all come with the Michael Bay signature explosion-topia of effects. So suffice it to say, we’re excited!

 

 

 

 

 

Free and exclusively on Vudu: Watch Amy Jo Johnson’s The Space Between

Go, go, Amy Jo

Watch Amy Jo Johnson’s debut feature film, The Space Between, for free, exclusively on Movies On Us.

 

If the name sounds familiar but you can’t quite place it, you’re probably more familiar with one of her characters, Kimberly Hart, the Pink Ranger on the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series.

 

It’s been 18 years since we last saw her spin kick her way through armies of Putties, and since then she’s also gone on to appear in other series like Felicity, Flashpoint, and Covert Affairs. She’s also showed her musical prowess as a singer/songwriter with the release of her three albums.

 

The Space Between is Amy Jo Johnson’s directorial debut and first feature length film – which she also wrote and stars in (it’s morphin’ time indeed). A true passion project, Amy Jo funded the film via Indiegogo and raised 179% of what she needed to produce the film.

 

This heartfelt indie follows a proud father, Mitch (Michael Cram, Flashpoint), who finds out his daughter isn’t actually his, but the result of his wife’s, Jackie (Sonya Salomaa, The Intruders), affair. The devastated Mitch embarks on a journey to find answers, learns a lot about himself, his ability to connect, and embracing his shortcomings.

 

The characters are earnest and well portrayed, and draw you in with interesting backstories. We wish we had more time to learn about some of the characters and their unique situations – aside from just being representative of the idea that everyone has baggage and is dealing with something. But overall the story is well established and the message the film carries is solid.

 

The Space Between is quirky and fun, but not in a pushy or forced way. It doesn’t try to reach beyond what it is and does a good job of playing to its strengths.
Visually, the production value is there – it’s shot beautifully, and Amy Jo’s keen eye and attention to detail will only continue to evolve. It’s a strong debut, a charming and sweet film, and an enjoyable hour and a half of your time. Besides, it’s free. And exclusive. So what the heck, try something new.