New on Netflix – June 1st and Jun 8th

Your bi-weekly DVD release list.  I’m there for you, dude.

Here we go – round 2 of New on Netflix.  Let’s see what’s coming out in the next couple of weeks, shall we?

June 1st

Alice in Wonderland (fantasy, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Wasakowska, directed by Tim Burton)  – Netflix and purchase release – DVD and Blu-Ray

Burn Notice – Season 3 (TV, Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar) – Netflix and purchase release – DVD and Blu-Ray

The Red Baron (military drama, Matthias Schweighöfer, Joseph Fiennes, Lena Headey) – Netflix and purchase release – DVD, Blu-Ray and Netflix Instant Streaming

The Stranger (action, Steve Austin, Adam Beach) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray

For My Father (foreign language drama, Shredi Jabarin, Hili Yalon) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Netflix Instant Streaming

Small Town Saturday Night (drama, Chris Pine, Shawn Christian) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

June 8th

Shutter Island (thriller, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, directed by Martin Scorsese) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray

From Paris with Love (action, John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys-Myers) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray

Toe to Toe (drama, Louisa Krause, Sonequa Martin) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Netflix Instant Streaming

Coach (romance, Hugh Dancy, Liane Balaban) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

Starstruck (made for TV family, Danielle Campbell, Sterling Knight) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

Curb Your Enthusiasm – Season 7 (TV comedy, Larry David, Cheryl Hines) – Purchase release, DVD – Netflix release delayed until July, 2010

Surely there’s something in there you want to see!  Or maybe not – it’s a bit of a slow season for DVD releases.  Shutter Island is certainly worth a watch and people seemed to love Alice in Wonderland (even if I was creeped out by just the trailers).  I’m noticing a little uptick in the number of new releases available for Netflix Instant Streaming.  Not a lot, but hopefully signs of good things to come.

Weirdly enough, I feel like watching a movie now…

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