NEW FOR TUESDAY JUN 23: TROLLS WORLD TOUR, YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT, VALLEY GIRL AND MORE

New to Own

Trolls World Tour

Different trolls on stage

Bring the party home with Trolls World Tour! You can now own the colorful adventure along with a special dance party edition to take the rockin’ times to the next level. Watch Poppy and Branch explore fascinating troll worlds, meet all new trolls, and learn some important lessons along the way too.

New to Rent

You Should Have Left

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Solve the latest horror mystery in You Should Have Left, which is now available with Theater at Home. The film centers on a family staying at a remote house in Wales so the father, played by Kevin Bacon, can write his next film. But the isolation and haunting secrets of the past soon take over their lives, forcing the whole family to face the truth – no matter how terrifying.

Valley Girl

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Take a trip back to the colorful 80s in Valley Girl. This fun comedy musical remake tells a story as old as time. When valley girl Julie falls for punk rocker Randy, her whole world gets flipped upside down. Everyone around her says he’s far from Mr. Right, but Julie has to follow her heart – all while rocking big hair, loud outfits, and navigating crazy dance numbers.

See how Valley Girl stars Jessica Rothe and Josh Whitehouse helped bring the 80s to life in this exclusive clip:

Babyteeth

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Babyteeth tells is another story of challenging young love. The Australian dramedy follows a seriously ill teen named Milla, who falls head-over-heels in love with a drug dealer. While her parents lose their minds over their daughter’s newfound love, Milla finds that it’s given her new hope and passion that she has to take as far as possible – while she still can.

TV Sales

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In the mood to revisit some of your favorite animated TV shows? Hang out with the most zany spies you know in Archer, or the most patriotic dad of all in American Dad. Craving more? Check out all of our other awesome animation deals before they’re over.

NEW FOR TUESDAY MAY 12: SCOOB!, THE INVISIBLE MAN, FANTASY ISLAND AND MORE

THEATER AT HOME

Scoob!

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Feeling like going on a fun mystery solving adventure with some familiar characters? Well Jeepers! We’ve got good news. Scoob and the gang are back in an all-new animated style in Scoob!! You’ll be able to watch it this Friday May 15th. To top it off, all of our Scooby-Doo movies are on sale too. We can’t think of a better steal, so see if you can get away with it before those meddling kids get you.

New to Own

The Invisible Man

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Few things are more terrifying than the unknown, and this film takes that universal fear to a whole new level. The Invisible Man tells the story of a woman played by Elisabeth Moss, who believes she is being haunted by her deceased, abusive ex-partner. But it isn’t long before we start to question whether her torment is in her mind, or if something more sinister is going on. Own The Invisible Man today, and come back next week for a fresh take on this psychological thriller along with some exclusive content to boot.

Blindspot: Season 5

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The final season of Blindspot has arrived. See what happened as Jane Doe watched the drone strike on the safe house. Did the team make it out alive? Watch every episode of Blindspot as it becomes available.

New to Rent

Fantasy Island

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A group of guests are invited to a beautiful tropical resort in Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island. Not only is it gorgeous, but it’s a place for them to live out their most elaborate fantasies too. So what’s the catch? Solve the island’s mystery – if you can stay alive long enough.

Rev

man in black holding remote control device

Rev tells the story of a young guy named Mikey who loves cars. But what he loves more than cars is stealing them, and he’s good at it. When he inevitably gets caught though, he’s forced to go undercover and help the police take down a grand-theft-auto ring led by a terrifying gangster. But in typical movie fashion, it’s not as simple as is it sounds, and things get complicated quickly in this exciting high-speed action flick.

Favorite Franchise Sales

The Hunger Games

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Now’s the perfect time to re-live The Hunger Games all over again. Watch Katniss go from volunteering as Tribute all the way to taking down a tyrannical government in this epic 4-part saga.

The Fast and Furious

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If you’re in the mood to watch every crazy high-speed stunt from The Fast and Furious franchise (who wouldn’t?), we’ve got you covered with all the movies on sale. So buckle up and exceed all limits from the comfort of your living room. And if you’re really feeling like a marathon, we’ve got tons more franchise movie favorites to choose from.

Celebrate Earth Day With These Awe-Inspiring Movies and TV Shows

Thought-Provoking Movies

March of the Penguins

baby penguins in snow

Experience the magic and wonder of the journey of penguins across the Antarctic to find a mate and raise a family in March of the Penguins. The National Geographic production gives plenty of breathtaking images of the penguins’ venture through the freezing climate, with an emotional, heartfelt story to boot.

Ferngully: The Last Rainforest

two animated fairies talking

This early 90s gem is worth revisiting now more than ever. Ferngully: The Last Rainforest tells the story of a group of fairies whose home forest gets destroyed by polluting human machines. Seeing how frightening these events are from the perspective of the fairies makes the protection of nature personal. While it is a fun animated film on the surface, its ability to drive home the message that we need take care of our planet is powerful.

Duma

Blonde boy laying on cheetah

Duma tells the moving story of a young boy who goes on a journey to bring the cheetah he raised from a cub back into the wild. The film has what you’d expect, with plenty of cute shots of big cats. But it also addresses the importance of knowing where to draw the line between man and wild nature, no matter how difficult it can be.

Avatar

blue cat human holding glowing tree seed

Everyone remembers the visually striking cinematic masterpiece, Avatar. Although cat-like people of Pandora may look different from us humans, the parallels between the film’s story and Earth are striking. James Cameron’s passion for environmental activism comes through as he conveys the importance of sustainability on the beautiful, glowing Pandora, while showing the real dangers of humanity’s carelessness. The message about protecting the natural environment is loud and clear, and the impactful visuals and fantastic sci-fi story make it an all-around good time.

Visually Striking Documentaries

Planet Earth and Blue Planet

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See the wonder of Earth through the perspective of all the cool, creepy, and beautiful creatures who call it home in Planet Earth and Blue Planet.

In the mood for more nature inspired viewing? Check out our Earth Day TV Sale and National Geographic Sale.