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Whether in wartime, peacetime, or anaconda mealtime, the strivers and survivors in this week’s new additions are in for some adventures to remember.

 

NEW THIS WEEK

 

 

Acts of god, maddening mishaps, and an enchanting stranger stand between Ben and his wedding day. Staying the course can be tricky, especially when the Forces of Nature seem to push you in a brave new direction.

 

 

Between the bombs and bullets of World War II, Nazi forces illicitly seized and stored many of Western arts most valued masterpieces. If art history is to be saved from calamity, it’s going to be a job for the Monuments Men.

 

 

For the first black regiment to fight for the North in the Civil War, serving had a special significance and losing was not an option. They faced prejudice, opposition, and hardship at every turn on the road to Glory.

 

 

Fear of snakes is a pretty common phobia, but on the waters of Amazon it’s also a key to survival. If this crew of filmmakers wants to live to see premier night, they’d better learn to respect the mighty Anaconda.

 

DANGER AT EVERY TURN

 

When death is lurking behind every corner, saving yourself and others may require some unconventional action. These thrillers have close calls and stunning twists sure to keep you guessing.

 

 

Two killers, one prize. They’ll risk it all for a chance at fame fortune, and a stay of execution from becoming The 10th Victim.

 

 

She once was blind but now can see. Emma’s miracle recovery brings with it a gift and a curse, as her newfound sight becomes the key to solving a grisly murder in Blink.

 

 

What if one number could be the key to everything? For a genius mathematician with much on his mind, the secrets of Pi may be more than he’s prepared to handle.

 

Like what you see? There’s a lot more where that came from, with thousands of free movies and TV shows in our full free collection here.

 

 

15 YEARS OF ELF

WE KNOW HIM!

 

 

For exactly decade and a half now, Christmas cheer has been parcelled, wrapped, and delivered not only by old St. Nick, but by a 6′ 3″ man in tights and a feathered cap.

 

Buddy the Elf, as portrayed by Will Ferrell, has caroled his way into the heart of Yuletide movie-lovers nationwide with his heart, humor, and haplessness in Elf. Like fine syrup, the film only grows better with age, so let’s ring in the holiday season with a look at all the reasons we love Elf.

 

 

First and foremost on the nice list is obviously comedy. For all its other gifts, at its heart Elf is the story of WIll Ferrell wandering around New York in elf clothes spreading the good word about Santa, and its every bit as hilarious as it sounds.

 

From the candy-coated spaghetti, to the mail room dance-off, to the ever-cordial Mr. Narwhal, Elf is a far-fetched fantasy that never takes itself too seriously.

 

 

“SANTAAAAAAAAA!” “You sit on a throne of lies!” “Buddy the Elf, what’s your favorite color?” If any of this sounds familiar, it’s because like most Ferrell movies, Elf is as endlessly quotable as it is overstuffed with goofs.

 

The movie’s many roasted chestnuts of Christmas wisdom have become hallmarks of the holiday, uniting fans from the Candy Cane Forest to the Lincoln Tunnel.

 

 

Finally, and perhaps most importantly of all, Elf is a feel-good family film with a message that melts heart like marshmallows in a mug of hot cocoa.

 

As Buddy never fails to remind us, “The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear,” and Elf packs in more singing, hugging, and sincerity than just about any other Christmas movie, while still sneaking some adult humor onto the sleigh.

 

No matter the season or the reason, Elf is the sugar-filled confection sure to satisfy even the sweetest tooth. Happy birthday, Buddy!

 

 

NEW TITLES ON DISC TO DIGITAL THIS MONTH

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Boredom has no place on your holiday travel itinerary. With Disc to Digital, your family’s favorite movies and shows go wherever you go, so you can mobilize your collection like never before. Vudu is the only service that lets you turn your DVDs and Blu-rays into high-quality digital copies with the click of a button, meaning no more stir-crazy layovers or cranky kids with nothing to do.

 

With new titles added every month, there’s never been a better time to bring your family’s go-to movies into the future. Check out what’s new for November:

 

Girls Trip

CULT OF CHUCKY (Unrated)

Kidnap

The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature

Evil Dead

 

 

Atomic Blonde

Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far on Foot

Black Sails Seasons 1-4 Collection

Ash vs. Evil Dead Seasons 1-3

 

 

Down a Dark Hall

I Am Vengeance

Twilight

Twilight: New Moon

Twilight: Eclipse

 

 

Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1

Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2

The Spy Who Dumped Me

Reprisal

BUFFY the vampire slayer (Movie)

 

 

HOME ALONE 1-2 Double feature

HOME ALONE 1-5 COLLection

HOME ALONE 25th anniversary edition

MIRACLE on 34th STreet

STEP

 

 

Planet of the apes 1-3 TRILOGY

WAR for the planet of the apes

Batman V Superman – Man of Steel 2 pack

It

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Extended Edition)

 

With Disc to Digital, you’ll never leave home without your movies. Check back next month for even more new additions.

 

 

NEW THIS WEEK: CRAZY RICH ASIANS, CHRISTOPHER ROBIN, AND MORE

THE PLACES YOU’LL GO

 

Singapore. Oakland. The Hundred Acre Wood. This week’s new releases are all about places, as well as the people, feelings, and stuffed bears that come and go.

 

 

With Hollywood finally starting to recognize the importance of representation, movie theaters are showcasing a wider variety of stories than ever before.

 

But not every story is received as warmly or widely as Crazy Rich Asians, the international love story that has made critics and audiences alike stand up and cheer. Come for the breathtaking visuals, stay for the parade of star-quality performances.

 

 

Winnie the Pooh’s humble home is never far for those in touch with their inner child.

 

Pooh, Tigger, and company’s latest grand adventure will take them to uncharted territory (modern day London) in a quest to save their old friend Christopher Robin from the scariest monster of all: adulthood.

 

 

Progress that leaves people behind is no progress at all. Blindspotting tells the story of two friends in a neighborhood that is both rapidly changing and frustratingly staying the same.

 

The film speaks for the people left in the margins by discrimination, apathy, and hate, and it speaks loudly.

 

NEW TO RENT

 

 

In a world with no superheroes allowed, who do you call when a giant mechanized drill is hurtling through the city?

 

Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2 picks up where the beloved original left off, with the first family of heroism fighting to regain the public’s trust and support each other as a super family.

 

 

One black cop, one white cop, and one shot to take on the Klan from the inside.

 

The one and only BlacKkKlansman is turning the screws on the local white supremacists, but they won’t go down without a fight.

 

 

MONDAY MOVIE NEWS

FAMILY FUN

 

This weeks headlines are all about the kids, with exciting announcements about animation, fantasy, and fables for the young and young at heart.

PADDINGTON 3 IS IN DEVELOPMENT

 

 

Fans of whimsical bears and marmalade sandwiches rejoice: Paddington Bear is set to return to the screen in a third outing for the much-acclaimed children’s franchise.

 

While, according to series producer David Heyman, director Paul King is unlikely to return for the new installment, hopes are high for an equally delightful third adventure for cinema’s most nattily dressed bear (no offense, Pooh).

 

NEW Clip From RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET

 

 

The long-awaited and quickly approaching sequel to 2012’s Wreck-It-Ralph is set to take audience’s on a wild ride through the far corners of the internet, with a few new faces encountered along the way.

 

The latest clip released from Ralph Breaks the Internet introduces Yesss, a digital tastemaker voiced by Taraji P. Henson whose exuberant enthusiasm for all things trending sets the tone for a turbo-charged, mile-a-minute adventure.

 

NEW CLIP FROM FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD

 

 

Harry Potter fans aren’t going anywhere, and neither are new additions to the beloved magical property.

 

The newest return to the wizarding world is a sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and a new clip featuring protagonists Newt Scamander and Tina Goldstein dueling with Newt’s brother Theseus promises plenty of spells, spills, and unexpected turns.

 

LABYRINTH 2 IS IN DEVELOPMENT

 

 

Speaking of fantastic beasts, Jim Henson‘s Labyrinth, memorable for its overflowing visual spectacle, is reportedly on the way to production with a first draft of the script having been completed.

 

Pleasing long-time fans of the cult hit is no mean feat, but Fede Alvarez of Evil Dead (2013) fame is confident that he and his team are up to the mystical task.

 

THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS CELEBRATES 15 YEARS

 

 

While not technically a kids movie, The Matrix Revolutions capped off a reality-bending trilogy that forever changed the pop cultural landscape for a generation of young movie lovers.

 

The thrilling conclusion to the story of Neo vs. the machines, Revolutions and its predecessors became the program-packed progenitors to the decades of sci-fi properties living in the shadow of it’s floor-length black coat.

 

If you thought the visual effects of The Matrix trilogy were mind-blowing back in the day, you haven’t seen anything yet. Just like Neo’s eyes were opened to reality outside the Matrix, you can see things in a whole new light with all three movies available in 4K + UHD on Vudu. With cutting edge visual and audio quality, you’ll swear you just took the red pill.