New releases, now available to rent, and free Earth Day documentaries

scary good releases this week on Vudu:

Man’s best friend, gold diggers, and a girl who likes TVs

This month you can finally find out what your dog is thinking, and get some canine existentialism (watch because you’re supposed to watch), with A Dog’s Purpose. You can also find Matthew McConaughey, who once played a guy named Mud, digging through the mud of Indonesia for gold, in Gold (maybe he’s mailing it in for cash).

Or if you’re looking for something a little more bloody than muddy, we’ve got Wolves at the Door (based on the Manson Family murders) and Rings (you don’t even have to wait seven days).

Watch them, before Blu-ray and DVD, starting today. Pre-order Rings now for the release on April 21st.

Now available to rent

Hear voices in your head? (Who said that?) Well, the guy in Split hears 24 – deciding on dinner must take forever. Speaking of dinner, you can also rent The Founder (the road to the Happy Meal wasn’t so happy), and Sleepless (good cop, bad cop – all rolled into one). Rent them all starting today.

Free green for Earth Day

Saturday is Earth Day – hooray Earth, thanks for letting us hang out on your surface. We’re showing some love with some free documentaries. Watch An Inconvenient Truth (is it getting a little warm in here?), The Whale (look ma, an orca followed me home, can I keep it?), From the Kill Pen (a horse is a horse, of course of course, unless the horse ends up in your food), and more – free, with limited commercials.

Check out all these, and other great movies, on Vudu today.