Ready for Ready Player One? How about meow?

Don’t hate the player, hate the game

 

Ultimately, Ready Player One is like game-ception – a game within a movie about a game. But even if you don’t want to get that meta, it’s a heck of a ride down nostalgia lane. So much so, you’ll need to watch it more than a few times to catch them all. So actually, even the act of watching the movie is a game. #gnarly

 

It’s like a nostalgia explosion

 

There are so many 80’s gamer, movie, and pop culture references in Ready Player One that even the experts can’t agree. We’ve seen a list that covers 120, and a list that covers over 200. (Where’s the beef? There’s the beef.)

 

So take a chill pill and watch it today, in up to 4K + HDR (totally the best option, no duh). Or you can even pick it up in an exclusive Disc + Digital Collector’s Set with a digital HD copy to watch now, and a Blu-ray, DVD, Rubik’s Cube (Word), and stickers. Order now and qualify for free shipping until the physical release date on 7/24. Fulfillment by Walmart.com.

 

Meow, meow, that’s the sound of da police

 

KRS-One might have written the song differently if he knew some cops like Rabbit, Thorny, Mac, Farva, and Foster. These law-lacking LEOs are back in the hotly anticipated Super Troopers 2, and you need to watch it right meow. Catch up with our favorite Super Troopers as they get mounted and play Mountie to help resolve a border dispute requires, erm, America’s finest.

 

And to get you in the mood, in case you weren’t already, here’s a bit of a sneak peek into what happened to the super-est Super Trooper couple (after they got in the mood):

 

Call us nutty, but we feel pretty too

 

Amy Schumer takes another dig at superficiality in I Feel Pretty, which reminds us a lot of a prettied up The Nutty Professor. Not that it’s a bad thing. It’s got an interesting twist in that the transformation is entirely in her head versus any actual physical transformation. So you’re saying our self-esteem and sense of worth is entirely up to us? Whaaaaa? It’s a simple message wrapped up in a hilarious comedy, and it’s available meow.

 

Tell the truth, do you dare to watch?

 

Truth is, we haven’t played Truth or Dare since freshman year – we’re not even sure the kids play it anymore. (Personally, we’re big fans of Cards Against Humanity – hilarious). The latest from horror production factory Blumhouse (Paranormal Activity, Insidious, The Purge), Truth or Dare is pretty much what you’d expect, but it packs a pretty twisted ending. What is it? We dare you to find out. (Ok, that was gratuitous, but whatever.) Watch it in up to 4K + HDR (theatrical and unrated director’s cut).

 

Chapp-acquitted

 

It’s almost a story too perfect to be made into a series like Serial or HBO’s The Night Of – a famous politician, a dead girl, and a car accident that went unreported for ten hours. Chappaquiddick brings us into the story of the fateful car accident involving Ted Kennedy and a young campaign strategist. Unanswered questions, controversy, and even calls of conspiracy surround this story that gripped America during the summer of 1969. Watch it now in up to 4K + HDR.

 

 

 

FREE MOVIES AND TV FOR FRIDAY

Kick Off Your Weekend For Free

 

Whether you’re avoiding crowds at the box office or avoiding spending money there, we’ve got you covered with tons of top titles you can watch at home – and for free. Expand your film IQ with crowd-pleasing classics you might have missed or feel like revisiting.

 

LAST CHANCE TO WATCH

Here for a good time, not a long time. Watch these must-see movies before they’re gone.

 

Can one person really make a difference? Don Cheadle gives life to Hotel Rwanda, the true story of a hotel manager called to action in the face of the Rwandan genocide.

 

 

Building your personal brand is important, especially when you’re an American digging up dirt for a foreign presidential candidate. Our Brand Is Crisis lives up to its name.

 

 

Before The Boss Baby showed us what babies are really up to, Bruce Willis gave us a glimpse inside one talkative toddler’s head. You won’t believe your ears when you Look Who’s Talking.

 

 

The con is on. This mother-daughter team is out for thrills, laughs, and a major payday, even if it means being Heartbreakers.

 

INTERNATIONALLY UPLIFTING

 

From the Outback to the Big Apple, these cross-cultural, feel-good films come with good vibes everyone can enjoy.

 

 

Life doesn’t always go Any Way You Want It, but when Journey needed a new frontman they found a far-away superfan to welcome with Open Arms. Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey tells the stranger-than-fiction story, Faithfully.

 

 

Culture, law, family, and fate can’t keep Amira and Sam from finding friendship and love in the unlikeliest of places. East meets West in this charming update to the New York romcom.

 

 

Australia is a big place for a little dog, but Napoleon won’t rest until he finds his way home. With high-flying adventure and lots of local critters, this is one air bud the kids will want to watch again and again.

 

FREE COLLECTIONS

 

What’s summer without great stories to tell at the end? The fun-filled thrills of movies like Surf’s Up 2: Wave Mania, My Girl, Sea Level, and Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London will get you in the mood for your own Summer Adventures.

 

 

Supernatural stunts. Unworldly action. Incredible creatures. Get all the Fantastic Fantasy your imagination can handle with Big Fish, Black Mask, Jonah Hex, Bulletproof Monk, and more.

Enjoy all these movies, or check out our entire free movie collection, here.

 

 

 

The Domestics. Anything But Domesticated.

in Theaters And Available Now On Vudu 

 

Go from Tupperware parties to terrifying raiding parties in The Domestics, available now on Vudu

Kate Bosworth (Straw Dogs, Blue Crush) and Tyler Hoechlin (MTV’s Teen Wolf, Supergirl) star alongside Lance Reddick (John Wick) in The Domestics, now available on Vudu.

BETTY CROCKER DOESN’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE

 

 

In this post-apocalyptic thriller, a dystopian world emerges after our government turns on us. And then society turns on itself.

 

The result? Americans divide into tribal factions: Gamblers, Sheets, Plowboys, Cherries, Nailers – whose names happen to reflect their violent M.O’s (foreshadowing, anyone?) – and Domestics, those who try to live as blissfully as they did before society crumbled. #ignoranceisbliss

 

 

So of course, we find our intrepid pair of Domestics embarking on the worst road-trip ever through each tribe’s “terror-tories.” That’s when things get interesting.

 

Think Mad Max meets The Walking Dead (sans zombies) meets The Crazies, but you know, with a bit of a love story (in case it’s date night).

 

So, get ready to watch how far these Domestics are willing to go to survive, while you take comfort in the fact that you don’t have to go anywhere for movie night. Except maybe to the fridge for snacks.

 

Watch The Domestics, now available to buy or rent.

 

 

Watch A Quiet Place, Rampage, Isle of Dogs and More

The Silent Treatment

On The Office, John Krasinski wrangled Dunder Mifflin into a silence contest. But he takes it even further in his debut horror film, A Quiet Place – with the first line of dialogue not appearing until about 40 minutes into the movie.

 

A Quiet Place is unlike any horror movie you’ve ever seen, or heard, since the entire premise is based on silence, so you don’t really ever hear much at all. Because when you do, it means someone is probably about to die.

 

So check out this amazingly tense and tantalizingly suspenseful movie. Silence has never been so frightening. Get it in up to 4K + HDR.

 

 

And if you’re worried about watching it alone, just join us this Friday for our A Quiet Place #VuduViewingParty. Join us and a few hundred of our close friends as we watch together, chat (silently on Twitter), and play trivia for great prizes. Get the movie and swing by on Friday at 7 p.m. (PT).

 

Info and RSVP here.

 

Wreck it Like Ralph, Lizzie, and George

Not that Ralph, the one from Rampage. Yeah, the video game where a giant gorilla (George), lizard (Lizzie), and wolf (Ralph) lay waste to city after city. That’s funny, the movie plot of Rampage is essentially the same as the game – and that’s why it’s awesome. Not to mention it stars Dwayne Johnson – and everything he touches turns to gold. Obviously. Enjoy it in up to 4K + HDR.

 

Because Wes Anderson

 

No, really, because Wes Anderson. That’s pretty much the best way to explain Isle of Dogs – a movie that follows an intrepid 12-year old whose search for his dog takes him to a government-sanctioned island of canine exiles. It’s charming, a little bleak, hilarious, and even weird, all mashed up together. Yup, you guessed it, because Wes Anderson. Think The Fantastic Mr. Fox up on caffeine…yes, it’s possible – just watch.

 

Also worth checking out

 

Homeschooled kids. We all knew one. Adventures in Public School is a humorous and poignant look at all the rites of passage that homeschooled kids don’t get but wish they did.

 

 

Right now everyone may have World Cup fever, but All for One is cycling documentary worth checking out. Follow five teammates on their journey to become Australia’s first ProTour cycling team. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie.

 

 

If you’ve been wondering where Mike Tyson has been, he’s been filming “China Thalesman.” Sorry, had to do it. China Salesman is like a crazy 80’s throwback action explosion, with an eight-minute, all-out slugfest of Iron Mike vs. Seven Segal as a crowning achievement. Yes, they fight. Yes, it’s just as you’d imagine it’d be – glorious.

 

 

The Endless is a haunting ride that delivers one wild ride. It’s got the eeriness of Annihilation – it even seems to have the same sound effects – but it really creates a tense and utterly confusing atmosphere that will leave you questioning everything you’ve ever believed about reality.

 

 

And if you’re looking for really dark horror, then check out Incident in a Ghostland. From Pascal Laugier, the director of the French torture horror favorite, Martyrs, Incident in a Ghostland is equally tortured and torturous.

 

 

 

Last Chance To Pre-order A Quiet Place

Plus, Join Our A Quiet Place Viewing Party

 

The Sound of Money In The Bank

 

Today is your last chance to pre-order A Quiet Place and get a $3 Vudu credit to spend when the movie is released.

 

You can even get it in up to 4K + HDR for the same price as HDX – which sounds pretty sweet to us. So feel free to future-proof your collection way beyond “Day 89.”

 

Get full terms here.

 

Pump Up the Silence

 

 

They say silence is golden. In A Quiet Place, it’s even more than that – it’s lifesaving. They also say silence can be deafening and there’s no better example of that than this movie. Because this horror movie is pretty much the opposite of your typical scream-filled horror movie – with about 40 minutes of silence before the first line is even uttered. Shut your mouth. But I’m talking about shhhhhh.

 

On Twitter, No One Can Hear You Scream

 

Which is what makes it perfect for our A Quiet Place #VuduViewingParty. Typing on Twitter is pretty much the closest thing to ASL we can get, so type in ALL CAPS all you want, we can’t hear you. (But don’t type in all caps, shouting on the internet is still silent.)

 

If you haven’t joined us for a #VuduViewingParty, you don’t know what you’re missing. Imagine if you could fit all of your friends, and your friends’ friends, in your living room so you can all geek out to a great movie – and win awesome prizes – yeah, that’s what it’s like. Welcome to the Vudu Viewing Party.

 

Joining the #VuduViewingParty is easy. First, you’re going to need to get A Quiet Place – hello, pre-order.

 

Second, you’ll need to RSVP for the party and follow us on “the Twitters” @vudufans. Then you’ll be ready to “silently” chat it up with us, and answer trivia questions for some great prizes. Just be sure to use the #VuduViewingParty so we can hear, er, see your tweets.

 

 

So join us this Friday at 7:00 p.m. (PT) for the quietest party you’ve ever been to.