This week sees the release of 5 new titles available to view from the comfort of your own home!
Drive Angry – In the high-octane, action-adventure DRIVE ANGRY, Nicolas Cage stars as an undead felon who breaks out of hell to track down and kill a group of cult-worshipping cutthroats who brutally murdered his daughter and kidnapped her baby. Armed with a shot gun and a ’69 Charger, Cage teams up with sexy, tough-as-nails waitress Piper (Amber Heard) and the two begin a rampage of redemption through the back woods of the south, all while being pursued by an enigmatic killer (William Fichtner) who has been sent by the Devil to retrieve Milton and deliver him back to hell. Available beginning May 31 to rent and own in SD, HD, and HDX 28-days before Netflix!
Cross – When beautiful, young women start disappearing from the streets of L.A., it’s time for good guy Callan (a.k.a. Cross) and his crew of weapons experts to kick into high gear and take out the trash. Granted incredible power by his ancient Celtic cross, Callan must fight to stop an immortal Viking from destroying mankind with his doomsday device. Also starring: Tom Sizemore, Jake Busey and Lori Heuring.Available beginning May 31 to own in SD or rent in SD, HD, and HDX 28-days before Netflix!
Biutiful – Javier Bardem stars in this unflinching, heartfelt story from the director of AMORES PERROS and BABEL. Uxbal (Bardem) is a dedicated father of two small children who is struggling to make ends meet. Balancing a day job overseeing illegal immigrants who sell counterfeit merchandise with off-hours work as a spiritual medium who channels the recently deceased, Uxbal has his hands full at home as well-with his wife, Marambra, in the throws of mental illness. But when Uxbal receives some shocking news about his own health, he is forced to rethink life, death- and everything in between-in this powerful, acclaimed tale of redemption from writer/director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.Available beginning May 31 to rent and own in SD, HD, and HDX!
Undertow – In a tiny Peruvian seaside village, where traditions run deep, Miguel, a young fisherman, and his beautiful bride, Mariela, are about to welcome their first child. But Miguel has a scandalous secret: he’s in love with Santiago, a painter who is ostracized by the town because he’s gay. After a tragic accident, Miguel must choose between sentencing Santiago to eternal torment or doing right by him and, in turn, revealing their relationship to Mariela-and the entire village. Available beginning June 1 to rent in SD, HD, and HDX and own in SD!
Certifiably Jonathan CERTIFIABLY JONATHAN is a comedy/mockumentary that weaves in and out of the bi-polar world of Jonathan Winters, where reality and fantasy collide. Jonathan Winters, 85-year-old comic genius, is also a gifted painter who dreams of having his work hang in the Museum of Modern Art. The filmmakers show his work to a famous art critic who believes Jonathan is “the missing link between Miro and Dali” and he convinces the museum to give Jonathan a show. They agree, but only if he paints three new paintings. Jonathan launches into a creative frenzy, but disaster strikes when his favorite painting is stolen along with his sense of humor. Without his humor, Jonathan can’t paint and is about to lose the opportunity of a lifetime. Available beginning June 1 to rent in SD, HD, and HDX and own in SD!