This week, new movies get a bit Darker
Get tied up with a movie, head to a land down under(world), and movies that steal the show
Trust us, you’ll find this…strangely enjoyable. This week, make movie night a little darker and more exciting when you own the unrated edition of Fifty Shades Darker in up to 4K UHD. (Unrated? 4K? Brown chicken brown cow…) Get more Christian and Anastasia, with less crowded-theater-awkwardness, exclusively on Vudu.
Or you can slip into something a little more sub…terranean and rent Underworld: Blood Wars, available now. Selene is back and she’s making it rain pain. So spend the night with the leather-clad vampire who has been painting rooms red (with blood) since before it was cool.
But the real winner this week, is La La Land (see what we did there?), now available to rent. This magical musical steals the show (wink wink…) with some great performances and singing by Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. (On a completely unrelated topic, you can watch Moonlight too.)
Enjoy some unlucky charms
If none of this is dark enough for you (seriously?), you can also watch A Dark Song on Vudu – while it’s still in theaters (what is this sorcery?). A chilling psychological thriller about a mother trying to contact her murdered child, this movie haunts way above its weight class. Watch starting Friday.
Adventure Awaits when you watch free movies
Flash (ah-ah) Gordon is back! Watch this sci-fi cult classic free, with Movies On Us. While you’re there, you can also check out cult classics Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Stardust. Kids can enjoy free too because we’ve got Napoleon (awws with four paws) and the Bluth classic All Dogs go to Heaven. (Careful, they may ask you for a puppy.)
Spring flings and TV makes you smarter
Spring is here, and you can tell love is in the air because Married at First Sight: Second Chances Season 1 becomes available on Vudu this Friday. (Who says romance is dead?) Or get a little TMZ meets Nobel Prize when you watch Genius Season 1, starting tomorrow, and dive into the brilliance and sordidness of Albert Einstein’s life.(Theory of Special Relativity indeed.)