2012 Netflix Release Dates

When did that movie come out?

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I’ll tell you.  At least if it had a 2012 Netflix release date, that is.  This is where you will find release dates from the full year, plus pithy commentary and self-serving links to my own reviews.  You can find all the 2011 release dates here, 2013 here, and the mother lode of Netflix info and release dates for 2014 at Everything Netflix.  It’s an embarrassment of release date riches!  There’s a lot of instant streaming here, so have your Roku ready!

December 31st

Looper (sci-fi, Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt) – If Joseph G-L is in it, I’ll see it.  Even if it’s a time-travel mafia movie.

December 26th

A Christmas Kiss (romantic comedy, Elisabeth Rohm, Laura Breckenridge) – You thought they would stop after the 25th?  Silly.

December 25th

ParaNorman (family animation, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Tucker Albrizzi) – This looks too cute to pass up – I wonder if I can coax a teenager into watching it with me? Instant Streaming available.

December 24th

The Dark Knight Rises (action, Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway) – I missed this in the theaters, but it will be top of my queue come Christmas Eve.

Trouble With the Curve (sports drama, Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams) – Didn’t Clint Eastwood say he was done acting after Gran Torino?  I could have sworn he said that…

December 21st

Backwards (romance, Sarah Megan Thomas, James Van Der Beek) – Sorry Dawson, I’m not interested in your failed-Olympic-rower drama. Instant Streaming available.

Resident Evil: Retribution (sci-fi, Mila Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez) – No matter what you think of the franchise, Mila Jovovich just gets hotter every damn year.

Arbitrage (thriller, Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon) – Also starring Tim Roth who I happen to adore.  Great cast, it stays. Instant Streaming available.

Killer Joe (thriller, Matthew McConaughey, Emile Hirsch) – Another great cast – I like McConaughey in thrillers and Emile Hirsch was amazing in Into the Wild.  I’ll take a chance and put this on the queue.

Premium Rush (action, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jamie Chung) – JGL is a bike messenger?  HELL YES!

Red Hook Summer (drama, Clarke Peters, Jules Brown) – Directed by Spike Lee. Instant Streaming available.

December 20th

Lucky Christmas (family drama, Elizabeth Berkeley, Jason Gray-Stanford) – Awwwwww…no.

Yellow Rock (action, Michael Biehn, James Russo) – A western with wild animals! Instant Streaming available.

December 18th

Sleepwalk With Me (comedy, Mike Birbiglia, Lauren Ambbrose) – Anything with Claire from Six Feet Under is worth a glimpse.  Also, it’s about sleepwalking. Instant Streaming available.

Ken Burns: The Dust Bowl (TV Documentary, Patricia Clarkson, Peter Coyote) – Definitely a keeper for any Burns fan – Peter Coyote has one of the best narrating voices in the business. Instant Streaming Available.

Betrayed at 17 (crime drama, Alexandra Paul, Jake Thomas) – Does anyone else smell a made for Lifetime movie?

Total Recall (sci-fi, Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale) – Colin Farrell, shame on you – you’re better than this remake crap.  First Fright Night now this?  Come on, man!

Liberal Arts (romantic comedy, Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen) – How I Met Your Mother star Radnor also directs.  Features Zac Efron.

10 Years (romance, Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson) – I know I’m weird, but he does absolutely nothing for me.  Pass.

Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (romance, Indiana Evans, Brenton Thwaites) – OMG – THIS EXISTS!  And it stars an actual person named “Indiana”!  I can hardly stand the tackiness of it all.  I might have to watch it.

The Good Doctor (drama, Orlando Bloom, Riley Keough) – Don’t mess with the teenage patients, Dr. Legolas. Instant Streaming available.

December 12th

A Princess for Christmas (romance, Roger Moore, Katie McGrath) – This one is so special it gets its own release date.  Sigh.  I bet there’s a Christmas Prince in here, too.

December 11th

A Christmas Story 2 (family, Daniel Stern, Braeden Lemasters) – I am as appalled as you are.  I don’t care if it’s a freaking masterpiece, I’ll never watch it.  It’s Darren McGavin and the Bumpuses dogs or nothing!

Gayby (comedy, Jenn Harris, Matthew Wilkas) – A woman and her gay best friend decide to have a baby.  Hilarity ensues. Instant Streaming available.

Why Stop Now (comedy, Jesse Eisenberg, Melissa Leo) – As much as I’m annoyed by Jesse Eisenberg, I love Melissa Leo.  I need to weigh the variables carefully before deciding about this indie comedy about piano prodigies and drug addled parents.

Trade of Innocents (thriller, Mira Sorvino, Dermot Mulroney) – Human trafficking – seems like an oddly cast pair to take on such a weighty topic. Instant Streaming available.

Beloved (foreign romance, Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni) – French language romantic drama. Instant Streaming available.

Collision Earth (sci-fi, Kirk Acevedo, Diane Farr) – Nothing new under this sun – can one lone scientist get everyone to believe something’s going to hit Earth?

Mansome (documentary, Morgan Spurlock, Jason Bateman) – A doc about, well, male grooming, sort of.  Whatever, it has Jason Bateman and is available on Instant Streaming, I’ll watch it.

Christmas Angel (faith & spirituality) – What, you thought I’d let a week go by without one of these?  Where’s your Christmas spirit??  It’s available in Instant Streaming, too.

The Watch (comedy, Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn) – Neighborhood watch uncovers alien plot?  Yeah, I don’t think so.

Savages (thriller, Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch) – Crime thriller directed by Oliver Stone and starring a Gossip Girl.  That’s harsh for you, Oliver.

Chernobyl Diaries (horror, Jesse McCartney, Jonathan Sadowski) – I’m guessing there are radiation mutants involved, here.

December 6th

The Heart of Christmas (family drama, Candace Cameron Bure, Jeanne Neilson) – It’s December and I’m helpless.  And hey, you can find it on Instant Streaming!

December 4th

Rock of Ages (musical, Russell Brand, Julianne Hough) – Good Lord this looks incredibly bad.

The Odd Life of Timothy Green (family, Jennifer Garner, Joel Edgerton) – I have a soft spot for Mrs. Affleck, I’m willing to take in some feel-good family celluloid on her behalf.

Hope Springs (romantic comedy, Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones) – Also starring Steve Carell.  I also have a soft spot for rom/coms starring people of a certain age.  Another one on the queue!

Last Ounce of Courage (drama, Marshall R. Teague, Jennifer O’Neill) – Never heard of it or anyone in it.  Looks “inspiring”.  Pass.

Wild Horse Wild Ride (documentary) – Taming wild mustangs as a spectator sport.  Yee.  Haw.

Butter (comedy, Olivia Wilde, High Jackman) – Also starring Jennifer Garner and Ty Burrell.  Butter sculpting with Phil Dunphy?  HELL YES! Instant Streaming available.

V/H/S (horror, Joel Swanberg, Adam Wingard) – Must.  Watch. Horrible.  Video. Instant. Streaming. Available.

Silent Night (horror, Malcolm McDowell, Jaime King) – How about a little psycho murder for the holidays!

The Dog Who Saved the Holidays (family, Dean Cain, Elisa Donovan) – HELPLESS!

Elf-Man (family, Blake Kaiser, Carly Robell) – Someone stop me before I Christmas movie myself into a coma.  Oh, wait – I’m not actually going to watch any of these.  Whew!

Hannah’s Law (TV western, Sara Canning, John Pyper-Ferguson) – Orphaned bounty hunter seeks revenge.

Unforgivable (foreign drama, Andre Dussolier, Carole Bouquet) – French language film about a crime novelist. Instant Streaming available.

The Whale (documentary, narrated by Ryan Reynolds) – Never thought Ryan Reynold’s main draw was his voice…

November 30th

MIB3 (action, Will Smith, Josh Brolin) – A very average installment in a franchise that is completely played out.  Move on, Fresh Prince.

November 27th

The Weight of the Nation (documentary) – 3 disc TV doc about obesity in America.

Dark Shadows (horror, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer) – Who cares if it’s a remake of an old soap opera.  It’s JOHNNY DEPP!  Of course I’ll see it.

Ruby Sparks (comedy, Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan) – I really like Paul Dano, I’ll give this indie about writer’s block a shot.

Step Up: Revolution (drama, Kathryn McCormick, Ryan Guzman) – This is installment number four.  That’s right, dance movie installment NUMBER  4.  There’s something so wrong about that.

Lawless (drama, Shia LeBeouf, Tom Hardy) – Outlaw Prohibition Bootleggers!

Sparkle (musical, Jordin Sparks, Whitney Houston) – Houston’s last film.

The Day (thriller, Shawn Ashmore, Ashley Bell) – Post-apocalyptic cannibals and those who try to survive them.

The Apparition (horror, Ashley Greene, Sebastian Stan) – Two Ashleys in a row!  Oh, this one comes with ghosts.

Burning Man (drama, Matthew Goode, Bojana Novakovic) – A chef with a temper – and not on reality TV!  I’m putting this right on the queue. Instant Streaming available.

Burning in the Sun (documentary, Daniel Dembele) – And now two Burnings in a row.  Crazy.  This one is a doc about one man bringing power to rural Mali in the form of solar panels.

November 23rd

Half the Sky (documentary, Olivia Wilde, Diane Lane) – TV doc about women’s struggles in different nations.  Instant Streaming available.

November 20th

Seeking a Friend at the End of the World (drama, Steve Carell, Keira Knightley) – This didn’t make much of a splash during its theatrical release, but I love Steve Carell being melancholy.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (horror, Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper) – No way I’m passing this up.  No.  Way.

Wrong Turn 5 (horror, Roxanne McKee, Doug Bradley) – This, on the other hand, I will pass up.  The fifth installment of anything is guaranteed to suck.  Except Harry Potter.

Crooked Arrows (sports drama, Brandon Routh, Michael Hudson) – American Indian lacrosse underdogs.  There is nothing new in the word of sports drama. Instant Streaming available.

Breakaway (sports comedy, Vinay Virmani, Russell Peters) – Indian hockey player.  Ha.  Ha.  Ha. Instant Streaming available.

The Hole (horror, Chris Massoglia, Haley Bennett) – Don’t go down there, you meddling kids! Instant Streaming available.

The Expendables 2 (action, Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham) – Expendable, indeed. Instant Streaming available.

Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups (family, Cheryl Ladd, Richard Kind) – This is just embarrassing for everyone involved.  Even I’m embarrassed.

Bringing Up Bobby (comedy, Milla Jovovich, Bill Pullman) – Indie comedy directed by Famke Janssen. Instant Streaming available.

November 13th

The Campaign (comedy, Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis) –  It didn’t get great reviews, but I’ll see it just for the combo of Galifianakis and Ferrell.

Moonrise Kingdom (drama, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton) – Director Wes Anderson takes a stab at coming of age.  There is sure to be plenty of weird comedy in this drama.

Last Call at the Oasis (documentary, Erin Brokovich, Jay Famiglietti) – Exploring the worldwide water crisis.

Brave (family, Kelly McDonald, Emma Thompson) – I’m looking forward to this just for all that glorious animated hair!

The Queen of Versailles (documentary, Jackie Siegel, David Siegel) – A doc about tasteless rich people.  How perfectly awful. Instant Streaming available.

Nitro Circus: The Movie (action, Travis Pastrana, Gregg Godfrey) – Some sports thing about extreme motocross.  It’s just a whole week of awfulness. Instant Streaming available.

Vamps (comedy, Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter) – Also starring Sigourney Weaver, Richard Lewis, Malcolm McDowell and Wallace Shawn.

2 Days in New York (comedy, Chris Rock, Julie Delpy) – Delpy plays the same character as she did in 2 Days in New York, albeit this time married to Chris Rock and having issues with a family visit. Instant Streaming available.

Dark Horse (drama, Justin Bartha, Selma Blair) – This dark indie drama would make it on my queue, except for the fact that it was directed by Todd Solondz, whose work has always turned my stomach. Instant Streaming available.

Snowmageddon (sci-fi, Laura Harris, Michael Hogan) – I swear I did not make this movie up.

The Island President (documentary, Mohamed Nasheed) – Global warming doc. Instant Streaming available.

A Burning Hot Summer (foreign drama, Monica Belucci, Louis Garrel) – A French language romantic drama. Instant Streaming available.

Natural Selection (comedy, Matt O’Leary, Rachael Harris) – I love my indie comedy, I’ll keep this one about a woman finding the son fathered by her husband in a sperm donation on the queue. Instant Streaming available.

November 9th

The Amazing Spider-Man (action, Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone) – My heart belongs to Tobey Maguire.

Magic Mike (comedy, Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer) – There’s a long wait for this one.  I’m not surprised.  Or sad.

November 6th

Occupy Unmasked (documentary, Andrew Breitbart, David Horowitz) – Sorry.  I cannot stand one more second of political anything in this hideous year. Instant Streaming available.

The Raven (thriller, John Cusack, Luke Evans) – Edgar Allan Poe solves crimes based on his works.  It didn’t get great reviews, but I’ll see it for Cusack. Instant Streaming available.

Prometheus (sci-fi, Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender) – Directed by Ridley Scott

Werewolf: The Beast Among Us (horror, Steven Bauer, Nia Peeples) – Somehow werewolves don’t do it for me like zombies and vampires.  Sorry, puppies. Instant Streaming available.

Airborne (horror, Mark Hamill, Gemma Atkinson) – Supernatural airplane! Instant Streaming available.

Restless City (drama, Alassane Sy, Sky Grey) – Aspiring musician meets prostitute in NYC.  Based on the story by Horatio Alger. Instant Streaming available.

Fire With Fire (action, Josh Duhamel, Bruce Willis) – Also staring Rosario Dawson.  Bad times in Witness Protection. Instant Streaming available.

Your Sister’s Sister (romantic comedy, Emily Blunt, Mark Duplass) – The Duplasses are showing up everywhere lately!

Maximum Conviction (action, Steven Seagal, Steve Austin) – Seagal is still doing this?  Also, Steve Austin will always, to me, be The Six Million Dollar Man as played by Lee Majors. Instant Streaming available.

360 (drama, Anthony Hopkins, Ben Foster) – Also starring Jude Law and Rachel Weisz – this romantic drama looks at relationship attempts all over the world.  Based on a 1950 original. Instant Streaming available.

Chilly Christmas (family, Tom Arnold, C. Thomas Howell) – As usual, my apologies.  But really – Tom Arnold and C. Thomas Howell?  I might have to see this.

[Rec] 3: Genesis (foreign horror, Carla Nieto, Leticia Dolera) – Spanish language with demonic viruses! Instant Streaming available.

The Pact (horror, Caity Lotz, Casper Van Dien) – Haunted House!  Haunted House! Instant Streaming available.

Trishna (drama, Freida Pinto, Riz Ahmed) – Set in India and based on the novel Tess of the d’Urbervilles. Instant Streaming available.

November 1st

The Tortured (horror, Erika Christensen, Jesse Metcalfe) – The day after Halloween!  Perfect timing, Netflix!

October 30th

The Sound of My Voice (thriller, Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius) – A journalist/cult thriller

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites (TV comedy, Carol Burnett, Vicki Lawrence) – These shows have never been released before – I loved them as a kid and am prepared to love them now.  Bring it on Tim Conway!

I am Gabriel (drama, Gavin Casalegno, Dean Cain) – A spirituality something-or-other. Instant Streaming available.

Safety Not Guaranteed (comedy, Aubrey Plaza, Mark Duplass) – Journalists go looking for a person looking for a time travel companion. Instant Streaming available.

First Position (documentary, Bess Kargman) – A look at young aspiring ballet dancers. Instant Streaming available.

Americano (foreign drama, Mathieu Demy, Salma Hayek) – French language film also starring Geraldine Chaplin. Instant Streaming available.

Coma (TV mini-series thriller, Lauren Ambrose, Steven pasquale) – The latest incarnation of Robin Cook’s novel.  Also starring James Woods, Ellen Burstyn, Richard Dreyfuss and Geena Davis. Instant Streaming available.

Elena (foreign thriller, Nadezhda Markina, Andrey Smirnov) – Russian language scorned wife thriller. Instant Streaming available.

Polisse (foreign drama, Karin Viard, Joey Starr) – French language film about the Paris juvenile protection system. Instant Streaming available.

Craigslist Joe (documentary, Joseph Garner) – Joe depends on the kindness of strangers. Instant Streaming available.

October 23rd

The Lucky One (drama, Zac Efron, Taylor Schilling) – Another stab at a real drama from Efron, this one about a military vet.

Soldiers of Fortune (action, Christian Slater, Sean Bean) – No, Sean Bean, don’t get involved in Christian Slater projects!  NOOOOOO!!!!  Poor Boramir.

Escape (drama, C. Thomas Howell, John Rhys-Davies) – Faith, spirituality and human trafficking.  Instant Streaming available.

Madea’s Witness Protection (comedy, Tyler Perry, Eugene Levy) – Why can’t Tyler Perry stick with this rather than mess up the new Alex Cross franchise? Instant Streaming available.

Take This Waltz (romance, Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen) – Sorry, Seth Rogen, I’m tired of you.  An adultery movie isn’t going to change that. Instant Streaming available.

The Invisible War (documentary, Kirby Dick) – Rape in the US military.  Ugly topic, necessary documentary. Instant Streaming available.

247 Degrees Fahrenheit (horror, Scout Taylor-Compton, Travis Van Winkle) – Never go to a cabin in the woods for a weekend, young people.  Never.

October 16th

Mad Men, Season 5 (TV drama, John Hamm, Elisabeth Moss) – Woot!  I. Am. So. Excited.  Mad Men Season 5 is now available on Instant Streaming!

The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (comedy, Steve Zissis, Mark Kelly) – From Jay and Mark Duplass, who brought us the ultra-indie The Puffy Chair and the reasonably entertaining Jeff, Who Lives at Home. Instant Streaming available.

Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 (comedy, Odette Annabelle. Frances Fisher) – Don’t even get me started. Instant Streaming available.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (comedy/drama, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith) – I’ve been looking forward to this one since it was in theaters and I missed it.  Maggie Smith plus Judi Dench cannot equal crappy.

Scents and Sensibility (comedy, Marla Sokoloff, Ashley Williams) – Anyone else remember Marla Sokoloff from The Practice?  No?  Sigh.  This is a rom/com about magical scented lotion.  Nope, not kidding.

Transit (thriller, Jim Caviezel, James Frain) – Bank robbers and suburban rubes.

Turn Me On, Dammit! (foreign drama, Helene Bergsholm, Malin Bjoerhovde) – Norwegian language drama about a teenager and her phone sex line.

Excision (horror, AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords) – Traci = Classy!

Holiday Engagement (romantic comedy, Bonnie Somerville, Shelley Long) – I’m so sorry.  It’s coming up on that time of year – horrid made for video/TV Christmas specials.  There will be so many more over the coming weeks it’s best to apologize now.  At least I like Bonnie Somerville.  Or I used to. Instant Streaming available.

That’s My Boy (comedy, Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg) – It’s running 1.9 on Netflix.  That should tell you everything you need to know.

2016: Obama’s America (documentary, Dinesh D’Souza) – Biased political documentary that will never darken my doorstep.  I won’t even watch campaign commercials – a whole documentary would put me in the insane asylum.

Madagascar 3 (animated comedy, Ben Stiller, Chris Rock) – We didn’t need 2, we certainly don’t need 3.  And when 4 shows up we won’t need that, either.  This and the chihuahua thing in one week are stretching my patience.

October 9th

The Giant Mechanical Man (comedy, Jenna Fischer, Chris Messina) – She’ll always be Pam from The Office, but here Jenna Fischer falls for a street performer. Instant Streaming available.

Snow White and the Huntsmen (action, Kristin Stewart, Charlize Theron) – Also starring Chris Hemsworth, which is why I will be seeing it.

Rosewood Lane (horror, Rose McGowen, Ray Wise) – Instant Streaming Available

Lola Versus (comedy, Greta Gerwig, Joel Kinnaman) – He was Holder on The Killing!  Love Joel Kinnaman.

Freak Dance (comedy, Megan Heyn, Michal Cassady) – Also starring Amy Poehler – a satire about a dance battle.  Spoofs are only funny when I recognize more than one of the actors and/or care about the topic.  Fail. Instant Streaming available.

The Barrens (thriller, Stephen Moyer, Mia Kirshner) – Stephen Moyer plays Bill on True Blood.  I’ll watch him in anything.  Well, except for this hokey paranoia monster flick.  Anything else, though.

October 2nd

Iron Sky (action, Julia Dietze, Peta Sergeant) – Nazi space invasion?  Yes. Instant Streaming available.

The Five Year Engagement (comedy, Jason Segel, Emily Blunt) – This one got some mixed reviews but I really like both leads – it stays on the queue.

Let Go (comedy, David Denman, Gillian Jacobs) – Parole officer comedy. Instant Streaming available.

Cleanskin (action, Sean Bean, Abhin Galeya) – Suicide bomber vs. Secret Service agent.

Dead Season (horror, James C. Burns, Scott Peat) – ZOMBIES! Instant Streaming available.

Battlefield America (drama, Marques Houston, Mekia Cox) – Make dance, not war. Instant Streaming available.

The Samaritan (thriller, Samuel L. Jackson, Luke Kirby) – An ex-con thwarted in his plans to go straight.

People Like Us (drama, Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks) – Dysfunctional family, ahoy!

Red Lights (thriller, Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver) – Also starring Robert DeNiro – that’s a cast worth checking out. Instant Streaming available.

Peace Love & Misunderstanding (comedy, Jane Fonda, Catherine Keener) – Jane Fonda as Hippie Grandma.

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (foreign action, Jet Li, Xun Zhou) – Mandarin language historical action. Instant Streaming available.

Chained (horror, Vincent D’Onofrio, Eamon Farren) – Also starring Julia Ormond.

The Lady (biography, Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis) – Biopic about a Burmese reformer.

Free Men (foreign drama, Tahar Rahim, Michael Lonsdale) – French language spy drama. Instant Streaming available.

September 25th

Battleship (action, Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgard) – Based on the board game.  I wish I was kidding.

The Avengers (action, Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans) – Yes, see this one!  Buy this one, even! Instant Streaming available!  WHEEE!!

L!fe Happens (comedy, Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth) – Baby comedy. Instant Streaming available.

Goodbye First Love (foreign drama, Lola Creton, Sebastien Urzendowsky) – French language coming of age drama. Instant Streaming available.

American Horror Story, Season 1 (TV horror, Connie Briton, Dylan McDermott) – Some places list this as Season 1, others just as a stand alone.  I have all fingers and toes crossed that it will be back for a Season 2. Instant Streaming available.

The Tall Man (thriller, Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland) – Haunted town, missing children, Jessica Biel…AAAHHHHHHH! Instant Streaming available.

Damsels in Distress (comedy, Greta Gerwig, Adrien Brody) – Directed by Whit Stillman, this looks to be a very, very indie comedy about college students, perfume and dancing.  Or something.

The Letter (drama, James Franco, Winona Ryder) – I’m so over James Franco. Instant Streaming available.

Delicacy (foreign drama, Audrey Tautoo, Francois Damiens) – A French language romance with the lovely Ms. Tautoo.

Klown (foreign comedy, Frank Hvam, Casper Christensen) – I have no idea what Danish comedy might be like, but here’s your chance to find out. Instant Streaming available.

Surviving Progress (documentary, Stephen Hawking, Jane Goodall) – Smart people discuss whether progress is killing us. Instant Streaming available.

September 18th

The Cabin in the Woods (horror, Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth) – A Joss Whedon production starring Chris Hemsworth and featuring Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford?  Oh, yes – I think so. Instant Streaming available.

Area 407 (horror, Abigail Schrader, Samantha Lester) – Instant Streaming Available

Katy Perry: Part of Me (documentary, Katy Perry) – I don’t make them, people, I just report them. Instant Streaming available.

The Magic of Belle Isle (drama, Morgan Freeman, Virginia Madsen) – An alcoholic writer seeks a new muse. Instant Streaming available.

Hysteria (romantic comedy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy) – I may give this period rom/com a chance based on the leads.

The Babymakers (comedy, Paul Schneider, Olivia Munn) – A sperm bank heist comedy.  Seriously. Instant Streaming available.

Detachment (drama, Adrien Brody, Marcia Gay Hardin) – Also starring James Caan, Christina Hendricks, Lucy Liu, Blythe Danner, Tim Blake Nelson, William Peterson and Bryan Cranston.  Holy cast, Batman!  I know even a great cast guarantees nothing, but this stays on my queue! Instant Streaming available.

Salvation Boulevard (comedy, Greg Kinnear, Pierce Brosnan) – A dark comedy about a pastor of a mega-church.

The Woman in the Fifth (thriller, Ethan Hawke, Kristin Scott Thomas) – Paris and a mysterious woman,  Ooh, la la! Instant Streaming available.

September 11th

The Vampire Diaries, Season 3 (TV sci-fi, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley) – As usual, all the TV is about me!  Yep, I happen to be addicted to this CW network teen vampire thriller series.  I will not be shamed by this.  Plus, it’s available on Instant Streaming!  Oh, the joy.

Scalene (thriller, Margo Martindale, Hanna R. Hall) – A multiple point of view vengeance thriller. Instant Streaming available.

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (comedy, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez) – Sorry, only Tina Fey can make a comedy out of a work of non-fiction. Instant Streaming available.

For the Greater Glory (drama, Andy Garcia, Oscar Isaac) – Early 20th century religious/military conflict in Mexico. Instant Streaming available.

Girl in Progress (comedy, Eva Mendes, Matthew Modin) – Coming of age comedy also starring Patricia Arquette.  Eva Mendes is the mom.  How weird is that? Instant Streaming available.

Beyond the Black Rainbow (sci-fi, Michael Rogers, Eva Allen) – Psychic teen and crazy therapist.  Oh, the horror!  Or sci-fi. Instant Streaming available.

6 Bullets (action, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Joe Flanigan) – Kidnapped!  Also, martial arts.  Instant Streaming available

Where Do We Go Now? (foreign drama, Claude Moussawbaa, Layla Hakim) – An Arabic language film about a Lebanese village and the women who fight to keep it together.

Goats (comedy, David Duchovny, Vera Farmiga) – I’ll watch Mulder in anything, even this trippy little indie comedy that has him playing a goat herder.  Instant Streaming available.

We Have a Pope (foreign comedy, Michel Piccoli, Jerzy Stuhr) – An Italian language comedy about a reluctant pontiff. Instant Streaming available.

Stealing Las Vegas (thriller, Antonio Fargas, Eric Roberts) – Looks like a low budget heist film.  With casinos.  And electricians.

Bad Karma (crime, Dominic Purcell, Ray Liotta) – Well, it has to be better than Sweet Karma.

Elles (foreign drama, Juliette Binoche, Anais Demoustier) – Steamy French language prostitute drama. Instant Streaming available.

September 4th

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (family animation, Danny DeVito, Zac Efron) – Also starring Taylor Swift. Instant Streaming available.

Piranha DD (horror, Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush) – That’s right – DD.  Classy.  Features David Hasselhoff, Ving Rhames, Gary Busey and Christopher Lloyd.  Work must be scarce.

Assassin’s Bullet (thriller, Christian Slater, Donald Sutherland) – Have to admit, never heard of it. Instant Streaming available.

Midnight Son (horror, Zak Kilberg, Maya Parish) – Good last names for horror flick casting…

Safe (action, Jason Statham, Catherine Chan) – Cage fighters and the Russian mafia.  Good stuff. Instant Streaming available.

Ballplayer: Pelotero (documentary, John Leguizamo, Jean Carlos Batista) – Spanish language doc about baseball training camps in the Dominican Republic. Instant Streaming available.

High School (comedy, Adrien Brody, Sean Marquette) – Adrien Brody doing stoner comedy.  Classy.

For the Love of Money (drama, Yuda Levi, Edward Furlong) – Features Jeffrey Tambor, Paul Sorvino and James Caan.

The Haunting of Whaley House (horror, Lynn Lowry, Leigh Davis) – Sounds like a pretty typical haunted house movie. Instant Streaming available.

August (drama, Murray Bartlett, Daniel Dugan) – An indie gay/lesbian romance. Instant Streaming available.

August 28th

The Walking Dead, Season 2 (TV drama, Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal) – Slower than season 1 – a lot slower.  Worth it for the last few episodes that lead to what looks like it could be a good season 3. Instant Streaming available.

Homeland, Season 1 (TV drama, Claire Danes, Damien Lewis) – The critically acclaimed series from Showtime, Claire Danes stars as a CIA agent investigating a returning POW.

The Moth Diaries (horror, Lily Cole, Sarah Gadon) – Teenage Vampires! Instant Streaming available.

Think Like a Man (romantic comedy, Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara) – No thanks. (thriller, Emma Roberts, Noel Clark) – Girls stealing diamonds?  Tsk, tsk. Instant Streaming available.

Darling Companion (romance, Diane Keaton, Kevin Kline) – Love both leads, so it stays.  Not thrilled that it centers around a dog, but I’ll give it a try.

Nate & Margaret (comedy, Natalie West, Tyler Ross) – A gay young man, middle aged woman odd couple comedy. Instant Streaming available.

Citizen Gangster (drama, Scott Speedman, Kelly Reilly) – A period piece about a WWII vet’s Toronto life of crime. Instant Streaming available.

Apartment 143 (horror, Kai Lennox, Gia Mantegna) – I’m guessing something’s just not right about that apartment… Instant Streaming available.

Lovely Molly (horror, Gretchen Lodge, Johnny Lewis) – Don’t move into your late father’s spooky house.  Just don’t. Instant Streaming available.

Monsieur Lazhar (foreign drama, Mohamed Fellag, Sophie Nelisse) – A French language film about an Algerian teaching in Canada. Instant Streaming available.

Headhunters (foreign thriller, Askel Hennie, Nicolaj Coster-Waldau) – A Norwegian corporate thriller. Instant Streaming available.

Treasure Island (action, Eddie Izzard, Elijah Wood) – Eddie Izzard and a hobbit?  Just the casting makes me interested.  Also featuring Donald Sutherland.  Fascinating. Instant Streaming available.

August 21st

Weekend (drama, Tom Cullen, Chris New) – Instant Streaming Available 

Age of the Dragons (action, Danny Glover, Vinnie Jones) – According to the Netflix description this is a medieval Moby Dick.

Fightville (documentary, Tim Credeur, Gil Guillory) – A documentary about minor league mixed martial arts. Instant Streaming available.

Bernie (comedy, Jack Black, Shirley MacClaine) – I love Jack Black when he’s really let loose – I’ll give this a shot.  Instant Streaming available.

Chimpanzee (documentary, Tim Allen) – Come on, do I really have to spell out what this is about?

Silent House (thriller, Elizabeth Olsen, Adam Trese) – Remake of a film from Uruguay. Instant Streaming available.

The Dictator (satire, Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris) – Even though Borat never appealed to me, this piques my interest. Instant Streaming available.

Freelancers (action, Robert DeNiro, Forest Whitaker) – DeNiro playing a rogue cop?  How avante garde. Instant Streaming available.

A Separation (foreign drama, Peyman Moadi, Leila Hatami) – Persian drama that won the 2012 Best Foreign Language Oscar.

One in the Chamber (action, Dolph Lundgren, Cuba Gooding, Jr) – Does it surprise you that this is about an assassin?

Shuffle (thriller, T.J Thyne, Paula Rhodes) – A time travel thriller with Hodgins from Bones.  I’m in! Instant Streaming available.

Virginia (drama, Ed Harris, Jennifer Connolly) – A political drama also starring Emma Roberts. Instant Streaming available.

Post Mortem (foreign drama, Alfredo Castro, Antonia Zegers) – A Spanish language political drama/thriller set in Chile.  Instant Streaming Available.

The Monitor (foreign thriller, Noomi Rapace, Kristoffer Joner) – Norwegian Creeper starring the lead from the Swedish version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

Thin Ice (drama, Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin) – Written by Jill and Karen Sprecher (who also wrote 13 Conversations About One Thing), this star packed indie also features Lea Thompson, Billy Crudup and Bob Balaban.

August 18th

The Hunger Games (action, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson) – Oh yes you should see this!  Many times, in fact. Instant Streaming available.

August 14th

Glee, Season 3 (TV, Lea Michelle, Diana Agron) – As always, only TV that interests me! Instant Streaming available.

Dexter, Season 6 (TV, Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter) – I can’t wait to see what my fave serial killer got up to last season!

The Three Stooges 2012 (Sean Hayes, Will Sasso) – Why?

Get the Gringo (action, Mel Gibson, Daniel Gimenez Cacho) – Sorry Mel, you’re on my no-see list. Instant Streaming available.

Project X (comedy, Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper) – Teen party gone wild.  Whee.

The Kane Files (action, Drew Fuller, Ethan Embry) – Mafia movie.

Brother White (comedy, David A. R. White, Logan White) – Spiritual, religious, comedy, inspiring, satire.  If any one of these do not appeal, this story of a pastor moving from a big church to a small one probably won’t either. Instant Streaming available.

Breathless (comedy, Gina Gershon, Val Kilmer) – Two gals and a body.

A Girl Walks into a Bar (comedy, Carla Gugino, Zachary Quinto) – Also starring Danny DeVito, Josh Hartnett and a whole bunch of other people.  An indie comedy that stays on the queue. Instant Streaming available.

The Raid: Redemption (foreign action, Iko Uwais, Joe Taslim) – Asian drug kingpins!

Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory (documentary, Jason Baldwin, Damien Echols) – The third part of an HBO series about the vindication of the West Memphis 3.

Kill List (crime thriller, Neil Maskell, Michael Smiley) – Hitman loses sanity.  That can’t be good. Instant Streaming available.

Tonight You’re Mine (romantic comedy, Luke Treadaway, Natalia Tena) – Romance at a Scottish music festival. Instant Streaming available.

Hick (drama, Chloe Moretz, Blake Lively) – Moretz is fabulous, Lively is atrocious.  Sorry, Chloe, she wins. Instant Streaming available.

The Snowtown Murders (thriller, Lucas Pittaway, Daniel Henshall) – Based on a true story of serial murder in Australia. Instant Streaming available.

Lake Effects (comedy, Scottie Thomson, Jane Seymour) – This looks as wholesome as Snowtown looks sordid.

August 7th

Marley (documentary, Bob Marley, Rita Marley) – I think this one is pretty self explanatory.  Directed by Kevin MacDonald. Instant Streaming available.

American Reunion (comedy, Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan) – More of the same.  I can’t imagine it’s worth the time.

Blue Like Jazz (comedy, Marshall Allman, Claire Holt) – No idea what jazz has to do with it, but this indie is about a young man seeking the least godly college possible. Instant Streaming available.

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (action, Robert Downey, Jr., Jude Law) – I didn’t get to see this in the theater, much to my dismay.  I’ll have to watch it several times on DVD to make up for it.  It’s always time for RDJ.

Margaret (drama, Anna Paquin, Matt Damon) – I like how Damon branches off into these smaller dramas – I’ll see this.

Being Flynn (comedy, Robert DeNiro, Paul Dano) – Based on the story of writer Nick Flynn and his father.

On the Ice (thriller, Josiah Patkotak, Frank Qutuq Irelan) – Inuit teenagers in trouble – you don’t see a lot of Inuit thrillers.  I’ll give this a shot. Instant Streaming available.

Smitty (family drama, Brandon Tyler Russell, Freddie James) – Dog teaches boy lessons on farm.  Blorph. Instant Streaming available.

Bel Ami (drama, Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman) – Wow that seems like weird casting. Instant Streaming available.

Girlfriend (drama, Evan Sneider, Amanda Plummer) – Instant Streaming available.

July 31

Hatfields & McCoys (Western, Kevin Costner, Bill Paxton) – The highly acclaimed History Channel biographical western about the infamous family feud that inexplicably sparked interest in the direct-to-video rip-off Bad Blood: The Hatfields and MocCoys.  Please see this one – getting the two confused will only cause you pain. Instant Streaming available.

LOL (comedy, Miley Cyrus, Demi Moore) – Any movie that stars Cyrus and Moore and whose description contains the phrase “daring hookups” makes me want to run away screaming. Instant Streaming available.

Detention (horror, Shanley Caswell, Josh Hutcherson) – I know it will surprise you, but this slasher was cast and came out before The Hunger Games.  I’m sort of thinking that Josh won’t be doing a lot of cheap slashers in the near future.

ATM (horror, Alice Eve, Josh Peck) – Checking Account Balance = HORROR Instant Streaming available.

Hijacked (action, Randy Couture, Dominic Purcell) – Now MMA fighters are getting movies, just like professional wrestlers.  There’s only one Rock, people – you need to stop trying so hard.

Battle Force (WWII action, Scott Martin, Clint Glenn Hummel) – American soldiers on a mission in Sicily.

Radio Rebel (comedy, Debbie Ryan, Sarena Parmer) – Shy girl is secretly radio DJ.  Ack, this has Disney Channel/Hannah Montana written all over it.  I think I’ll go back to the good old days of Christian Slater in Pump Up the Volume. Instant Streaming available.

July 24th

Mirror, Mirror (fantasy, Julia Roberts, Lily Collins) – I have no idea how well Julia Roberts can play evil, but I’m willing to watch her try. Instant Streaming available.

Wanderlust (comedy, Paul Rudd, Jennifer Aniston) – Love him, not so sure about her.  I can’t quite see her in the hippie commune setting of this movie.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi (documentary) – A Japanese film about famous chef Jiro Ono. Instant Streaming available.

Footnote (foreign comedy, Shlomo Bar-Aba, Lior Ashkenazi) – Filmed in Hebrew, about father/son professors.

The Deep Blue Sea (drama, Rachel Weisz, Simon Russell Beale) – A remake of a 1955 film about romance between an older woman/younger man. Instant Streaming available.

Meeting Evil (drama, Samuel L. Jackson, Luke Wilson) – Good man meets crazy man, violence ensues. Instant Streaming available.

Brake (thriller, Stephen Dorff, Chyler Leigh) – Secret Service, terrorists and the trunk of a car.

On the Inside (drama, Nick Stahl, Dash Mihok) – Presumably filmed before Stahl decided to go missing repeatedly, the film ironically portrays a crazy dude in an asylum.

Intruders (horror, Clive Owen, Carice Van Houten) – Dream or reality?  I’m happy to watch Clive Owen try to figure it out. Instant Streaming available.

United (drama, Dean Andrews, Kate Ashfield) – Based on the true story of a 1958 plane crash that killed players of Manchester United. Instant Streaming available.

My Way (foreign drama, Jang Dong-kun, Jo Odagiri) – A Korean WWII drama. Instant Streaming available.

The Tenant (horror, J. LaRose, Michael Berryman) – Mad scientist! Instant Streaming available.

July 17th

Big Miracle (drama, Drew Barrymore, John Krasinski) – I love Krasinski, even though it’s hard to see him outside of his “Jim from The Office” persona.  Here he stars in a true story about whales stranded in Alaska.

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (comedy, Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt) – Crazy title, but I love McGregor – even when he’s trying to teach fly-fishing in the Middle East.

Cat Run (action, Paz Vega, Janet McTeer) – This is a delayed release, but I’ll get over it.  Hookers and sexy assassins aren’t my style. Instant Streaming available.

Friends With Kids (comedy, Kristen Wiig, John Hamm) – Cliched rom/com premise about raising kids without “getting involved” – but I do love Kristen Wiig so very much that I will watch her do almost anything. Instant Streaming available.

Lockout (action, Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace) – Outer space prison rescue.  Really. Instant Streaming available.

Monster Brawl (horror, Dave Foley, Art Hindle) – Dave Foley?  From Kids in the Hall?  How odd. Instant Streaming available.

Exit Humanity (horror, Mark Gibson, Jordan Hayes) – More Civil War zombies!  I’m not kidding. Instant Streaming available.

Casa de mi Padre (comedy, Will Farrell, Gael Garcia Bernal) – Did anyone ever hear of this Spanish language movie starring Will Ferrell?  It’s an indie spoof about a Mexican cowboy – maybe that’s why no one heard of it. Instant Streaming available.

4:44: Last Day on Earth (drama, Willem Dafoe, Shanyn Leigh) – Guess what this is about?!?!?

The Fairy (foreign comedy, Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon) – A French language film about a small hotel and a woman claiming to be…a fairy! Instant Streaming available.

Extraterrestrial (foreign action, Julian Villagran, Michelle Jenner) – Spanish language alien apocalypse.

Black Butterflies (biography, Carice van Houten, Rutger Hauer) – The story of South African poet Ingrid Jonker. Instant Streaming available.

Here (drama, Ben Foster, Lubna Azabal) – Foster has come a long way since playing the boyfriend on Six Feet Under.  He stars as an engineer doing survey work in Armenia in this least imaginatively titled film of all time. Instant Streaming available.

Doomsday Prophecy (sci-fi, A.J. Buckley, Jewel Staite) – How many of these do you think will come out in the next 5 months?

July 10th

Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies (horror, Bill Oberst, Jason Vail) – Nothing like riding the coattails of a big screen release, eh?  It’ll be streaming soon, they say, I know I’ll end up watching it.  It’s zombies! Instant Streaming available.

Humans vs. Zombies (horror, Madison Burge, Melissa Carnell) – More zombies!  But I think I can resist since their isn’t a POTUS involved.

Killer by Nature (thriller, Ron Perlman, Armande Assante) – I like Assante, but Perlman freaks me out.  Which is appropriate for the genre – I’ll see it.

The Flowers of War (drama, Christian Bale, Paul Schneider) – A foreign language drama, filmed in Mandarin, about the 1937 Japanese attack on Nanking. Instant Streaming available.

The Note 3 (drama, Genie Francis, Ted McGinley) – The cover of this shows photos of the stars that look about 20 years old.  But it says it’s new.  So confused, but this “abandoned baby awakens maternal instinct” TV movie looks to suck no matter when it was actually made.

Black Limousine (drama, David Arquette, Bijou Phillips) – Hollywood, depression and AA.  Yawn.

July 3rd

Bad Ass (Danny Trejo, Charles S. Dutton) – A Vietnam vet is takes on thugs on a bus.  Based, somewhat, on real life. Instant Streaming available.

Act of Valor (action, Roselyn Sanchez, Jason Cottle) – Navy SEALS perform rescue.  Only interesting because actual Navy SEALS perform in the film. Instant Streaming available.

Jesus Henry Christ (comedy, Toni Collette, Michael Sheen) – Always wondered where that saying came from…  Instant Streaming available.

Machine Gun Preacher (action, Gerard Butler, Michelle Monaghan) – True story about freeing child soldiers in Sudan. Instant Streaming available.

Safe House (crime thriller, Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds) – Didn’t get stellar reviews, but I like both actors.  I do believe that Reynolds can actually act.

A Novel Romance (romantic comedy, Shannon Elizabeth, Steve Guttenberg) – people decide to platonically live together.  I wonder what happens? Instant Streaming available.

The Hunter (action, Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill) – I love both leads and Dafoe is particularly well suited to play the menacing hunter of the last Tasmanian tiger. Instant Streaming available.

God Bless America (comedy, Joel Murray, Tara Lynne Barr) – Rogue couple sets out to kill all that is wrong with America, starting with reality TV stars.  I could like this.  Directed by Bobcat Goldthwaite. Instant Streaming available.

Mac & Devin Go to High School (comedy, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg) – Wiz Khalifa is popular with The Young People.  I guarantee I will never willingly see this movie. Instant Streaming available.

Some Guy Who Kills People (thriller, Kevin Corrigan, Barry Bostwick) – Nothing like putting your cards right out there in the title.

June 26th

Wrath of the Titans (action, Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson)

Joyful Noise (comedy, Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton) – What the hell was writer/director Todd Graff thinking?  I can’t imagine a more awkward star pairing.

New Year’s Eve (romantic comedy, Halle Berry, Jessica Biel)

The Artist (drama, Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo) – Black and white, silent charmer, The Artist won Best Picture at the 2012 Academy Awards. Instant Streaming available.

21 Jump Street (action comedy, Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum) – I suppose if you can’t think of a new idea it’s best to recycle old TV shows into spoofs instead of serious movie attempt.  No, it’s not – do better, Hollywood.

Memorial Day (war drama, Jonathan Bennett, James Cromwell) – John Cromwell, James’ real-life son, also stars.  He has played his father before in A .45 at 50th, a documentary short he wrote and directed, about his father’s meeting with Black Panther member Elbert Howard. Instant Streaming available.

A Thousand Words (romantic comedy, Eddie Murphy, Cliff Curtis) – Eddie has a only thousand words left to speak, ever.  I’m sure some of them will be adorable.

The Decoy Bride (romantic comedy, Kelly Macdonald, Alice Eve) – Small town Scottish girl stands in for famous actress.  Hilarity ensues. Instant Streaming available.

Bullhead (foreign drama, Matthias Shoenaerts, Jeroen Perceval) – A Dutch film about the gritty underworld of cattle doping.  I’m totally serious. Instant Streaming available.

The Perfect Family (comedy, Kathleen Turner, Emily Deschanel) – It’ll be fun to see Bones in something a little lighter – and Kathleen Turner plays the wacky mom.  Can’t beat that! Instant Streaming available.

Oranges and Sunshine (drama, Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving) – Despite its cheery name, this is actually a film about a British deportation scandal.

Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (foreign drama, Muhammet Uzuner, Yilmaz Erdogan) – A Turkish crime drama. Instant Streaming available.

Sound of Noise (foreign comedy, Bengt Nilsson, Sanna Persson) – A Swedish comedy about musical mayhem. Instant Streaming available.

Hiding (thriller, Ana Villafane, Jeremy Sumpter) – Witness protection gone bad.  Meh.

June 22nd

Farmageddon (documentary, Kristin Canty) – I should watch this documentary about the food industry, but I won’t.  It will just piss me off. Instant Streaming available.

June 19th

Jeff, Who Lives At Home (comedy, Jason Segel, Ed Helms) – Directed by Jay and Mark Duplass who were behind 2005’s very indie The Puffy Chair. Instant Streaming available.

Red Tails (war drama, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Terrence Howard)

This Means War (action, Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine)

Exit Strategy (romantic comedy, Jameel Saleem, Kimelia Weathers) – Instant Streaming available.

Golf in the Kingdom (sports drama, David O’Hara, Mason Gamble) – Instant Streaming available.

Seeking Justice (crime thriller, Nicolas Cage, January Jones) – Instant Streaming available.

The FP (comedy, Jason Trost, Lee Valmassey) – Instant Streaming available.

Keyhole (thriller, Jason Patric, Isabella Rossallini) – Instant Streaming available.

The Legend of Hell’s Gate: An American Conspiracy (western, Eric Balfour, Lou Taylor Pucci) – Instant Streaming Available

My Afternoons With Marguerite (foreign comedy, Gerard Depardieu, Gisele Casadesus)

A Bag of Hammers (drama, Jason Ritter, Jake Sandvig) – Star Jason Ritter looks remarkably like his father, the late John Ritter. Instant Streaming available.

Attenberg (foreign drama, Ariane Labed, Evangelia Randou) – A Greek film about isolation and…foosball? Instant Streaming available.

June 15th

Don’t Go in the Woods (horror, Bo Boddie, Eric Bogosian) Instant Streaming Available, Directed by Vincent D’Onofrio. Instant Streaming available.

June 13th

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (action, Nicolas Cage, Ciaran Hinds)

The Flaw (documentary, David Sington) – Instant Streaming available.

June 12th

The Grey (action, Liam Neeson, Frank Grillo) – Instant Streaming available.

Chronicle (sci-fi, Dane DeHaan, Michael B. Jordon)

A Little Bit of Heaven (romantic drama, Kate Hudson, Gael Garcia Bernal) – Instant Streaming available.

Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds (drama, Tyler Perry, Thandie Newton) – Instant Streaming available.

Too Big to Fail (drama, James Woods, John Heard)

In Darkness (foreign drama, Robert, Wieckiewicz, Benno Furmann)

Demoted (comedy, Sean Astin, David Cross)

The Assault (foreign action, Vincent Elbaz, Gregori Derangere) – Instant Streaming available.

Madison County (horror, Ace Marrero, Katie Stegeman) – Instant Streaming available.

Decisions (action, Corey Haim, Anthony Vitale) – Instant Streaming available.

June 8th

The Woodmans (documentary, Francesca Woodman, George Woodman)

June 5th

Love’s Everlasting Courage (drama, Cheryl Ladd, Bruce Boxleitner) – Instant Streaming available.

Private Romeo (drama, Hale Appleman, Matt Doyle) – Instant Streaming available.

Bad Blood: The Hatfields and McCoys (drama, Christian Slater, Jeff Fahey)

Take Me Home (romantic comedy, Victor Garber, Bree Turner) – Instant Streaming available.

John Carter (sci-fi, Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins)

The Seminarian (drama, Mark Cirillo, Linda J. Carter)

Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life (family, Mira Sorvino, Joe Pantoliano) – Instant Streaming available.

Tomboy (foreign drama, Zoe Heren, Malonn Levana) – Instant Streaming available.

The Theater Bizarre (supernatural horror, Udo Kier, Lena Klein) – Instant Streaming available.

Episode 50 (supernatural horror, Josh Folan, Chris Perry) – Instant Streaming available.

May 29th

True Blood – Season 4 (TV drama, Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer) – Loooooove it!

We Need to Talk About Kevin (drama, Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly)

Man on a Ledge (thriller, Sam Worthington, Elizabeth Banks)

Coriolanus (drama, Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler) – Instant Streaming available.

Gone (thriller, Amanda Seyfried, Daniel Sunjata) – Instant Streaming available.

Goon (comedy, Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel) – Instant Streaming available.

The Aggression Scale (action, Ray Wise, Dana Ashbrook)

96 Minutes (thriller, Brittany Snow, Evan Cross) – Instant Streaming available.

May 24th

Decision (religious drama, Natalie Grant, Billy Dean)

May 23rd

The Pruitt-Igoe Myth (documentary, Chad Freidrichs) – Instant Streaming Available

May 22nd

The River – Season 1 (TV drama, Bruce Greenwood, Joe Anderson)

Pariah (drama, Adepero Oduye, Pernell Walker)

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (drama, Sandra Bullock, Tom Hanks)

Contraband (thriller, Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale)

What Happens Next (romance, Jon Lindstrom, Wendie Malick) – Instant Streaming available.

And They’re Off (spoof, Sean Astin, Cherie Oterie) – Instant Streaming available.

The Woman in Black (horror, Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds)

The Secret World of Arietty (anime, Bridget mendler, Will Arquette)

Perfect Sense (drama, Ewan McGregor, Eva Green)

Carol Channing: Larger Than Life (documentary, Carol Channing)

Beyond (thriller, Jon Voigt, Teri Polo)

Newlyweds (comedy, Edward Burns, Kerry Bishe) – Instant Streaming available.

The First Beautiful Thing (foreign drama, Valerio Mastandrea, Stefania Sandrelli)

May 15th

Albert Nobbs (drama, Glenn Close, Mia Wasikowska) – Instant Streaming available

Shame (drama, Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan)

Rampart (drama, Woody Harrelson, Ned Beatty) – Instant Streaming available.

One For the Money (comedy, Katherine Heigl, Jason O’Mara) – Instant Streaming available.

The Devil Inside (horror, Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman) – Instant Streaming available.

Norwegian Wood (foreign drama, Ken’ichi Matsuyama, Rinko Kikuchi) – Instant Streaming available.

We Were Here (documentary, Eileen Glutzer, Paul Boneberg) – Instant Streaming available.

Windfall (documentary, Laura Israel) – Instant Streaming available.

Dragonslayer (documentary, Josh Sandoval) – Instant Streaming available.

My Piece of the Pie (foreign comedy, Karin Viard, Gilles Lellouche) – Instant Streaming available.

Caught Inside (thriller, Ben Oxenbould, Daisy Betts) – Instant Streaming available.

May 8th

Mother’s Day (thriller, Rebecca de Mornay, Jaime King)

Happy Feet Two (family, Elijah Wood, Robin Williams)

The Vow (romance, Channing Tatum, Rachel McAdams)

Dysfunctional Friends (comedy, Tatiana Ali, Essence Atkins) – Instant Streaming available.

Underworld: Awakening (action, Kate Beckinsale, Stephen Rea)

Tom and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie (comedy, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim) – Instant Streaming available.

Playback (horror, Christian Slater, Johnny Pacar) – Instant Streaming available.

Beautiful Wave (drama, Aimee Teegarden, Patricia Richardson)

The Shrine (horror, Aaron Ashmore, Cindy Sampson) – Instant Streaming Available

May 1st

We Bought a Zoo (drama, Matt Damon, Cameron Crowe)

Haywire (action, Gina Carano, Michael Fassbender) – Instant Streaming available.

W. E. (drama, James D’Arcy, Abbie Cornish) – Instant Streaming available.

Kinyarwanda (foreign drama, Edouard Bamporiki, Cassandra Freeman)

7 below (thriller, Val Kilmer, Ving Rhames) – Instant Streaming available.

The Veteran (action, Toby Kebbell, Brian Cox) – Instant Streaming available.

The Song of Lunch (drama, Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson)

April 24th

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked (family comedy, Justin Long, Jesse McCartney)

The Last Rites of Joe May (drama, Dennis Farina, Jamie Anne Allman) – Instant Streaming available.

Tomorrow When the War Began (action, Caitlin Stasey, Rachel Hurd-Wood) – Instant Streaming available.

The Innkeepers (horror, Sara Paxton, Pat Healy) – Instant Streaming available.

The Fields (horror, Tara Reid, Chloris Leachman) – Instant Streaming available.

The Wicker Tree (horror, Graham McTavish, Jacqueline Leonard)

Dark Tide (thriller, Halle Berry, Oliver Martinez) – Instant Streaming available.

Cinema Verite (drama, Diane Lane, Tim Robbins)

Young Goethe in Love (foreign romance, Alexander Fehling, Miriam Stein) – Instant Streaming available.

11-11-11: The Prophecy (horror, Timothy Gibbs, Michael Landes) – Instant Streaming available.

The Time That Remains (foreign drama, Ali Suliman, Elia Suleiman) – Instant Streaming Available

Albatross (drama, Felicity Jones, Jessica Brown-Findlay) – Instant Streaming available.

Crime After Crime (documentary, Deborah Peagler, Joshua Safran)

Return (drama, Linda Cardellini, Michael Shannon)

April 20th

Hop (comedy, James Marsden, Russell Brand)

April 17th

The Sitter (comedy, Jonah Hill, Max Records)

J. Edgar (drama, Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Watts) – Directed by Clint Eastwood

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (thriller, Gary Oldman, Kathy Burke)

Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol (action, Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner) – Instant Streaming available.

The Divide (action, Lauren German, Michael Biehn)

The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father CIA Spymaster William Colby (documentary, Carl Colby) Instant Streaming available.

Paul Goodman Changed My Life (documentary, Jonathan Lee)

The Broken Tower (drama, James Franco, Michael Shannon) – Instant Streaming available.

Little Rock (drama, Atsuko Okatsuka, Cory Zacharia) – Instant Streaming Available

High Road (comedy, James Pumphrey, Abby Elliott) – Instant Streaming Available

Ayn Rand & The Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged (documentary) – Instant Streaming available.

April 10th

The Descendants (drama, George Clooney, Shailene Woodley)

The Iron Lady (drama, Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent)

Tyrannosaur (drama, Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman)

The Devil’s Rock (horror, Craig Hill, Matthew Sunderland) – Instant Streaming available.

The Darkest Hour (action, Emile Hirsch, Olivia Thirlby)

Miss Representation (documentary, Dianne Feinstein, Jane Fonda) Instant Streaming available.

Sleeping Beauty (drama, Emily Browning, Rachael Blake)

Into the Abyss (documentary, Werner Herzog) – Instant Streaming available.

The Witches of Oz (action, Christopher Lloyd, Lance Henrikson)

The Terror Experiment (horror, C. Thomas Howell, Jason London)

King of Devil’s Island (drama, Stellan Skarsgard, Benjamin Helstad) – Instant Streaming available.

A Bird of the Air (romance, Rachel Nichols, Jackson Hurst)

The Conquest (foreign drama, Xavier Durringer, Denis Podalydes) – Instant Streaming available.

April 3rd

Tooth Fairy 2 (family comedy, Larry the Cable Guy, David Mackey) – Instant Streaming available.

Immortals (action, Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke) – Instant Streaming available.

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (comedy, John Cho, Kal Penn)

Columbus Circle (thriller, Selma Blaire, Amy Smart) – Instant Streaming available.

The Tunnel (horror, Bel Delia, Andy Rodoreda)

War Horse (drama, Emily Watson, David Thewlis)

Rabies (foreign horror, Lior Ashkenazi, Danny Geva)

Bounty Hunters (action, Trish Status, Frank J. Zupancic) – Instant Streaming available.

Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story (documentary, Zachary Levi, Domenic Murgo) – Instant Streaming available.

Enter Nowhere (thriller, Sara Paxton, Scott Eastwood)

Angels Crest (drama, Thomas Dekker, Lynn Collins) – Instant Streaming available.

March 27th

He’s Mine Not Yours (comedy, Gabrielle Dennis, Caryn Ward) – Instant Streaming available.

War of the Arrows (foreign action, Hae-il Park, Seung-yong Ryoo) – Instant Streaming available.

Recoil (action, Danny Trejo, Steve Austin)

A Dangerous Method (drama, Viggo Mortensen, Keira Knightly)

In the Land of Blood and Honey (foreign drama, Zana Marjanovic, Goran Kostic) – Directed by Angelina Jolie. Instant Streaming available.

Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel (documentary, Ron Howard, Robert De Niro)

Romantics Anonymous (foreign romantic comedy, Benoit Poelvoorde, Isabelle Carre) – Instant Streaming available.

Breaking Wind (comedy spoof, Heather Ann Davis, Eric Callero)

Camel Spiders (sci-fi horror, C. Thomas Howell, Brian Krause)

March 20th

Carnage (drama, Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster)

Honey 2 (drama, Katerina Graham, Mario Lopez) – Instant Streaming available.

Martha Marcy May Marlene (drama, Hugh Dancy, John Hawkes)

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (thriller, Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara) – Directed by David Fincher

Tower Heist (action, Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy)

The Muppets (family, Jason Segel, Amy Adams)

A Lonely Place to Die (thriller, Melissa George, Ed Speleers)

Undocumented (thriller, Peter Stormare, Scott Mechlowicz) – Instant Streaming available.

Creature (horror, Mehcad Brooks, Serinda Swan) – Instant Streaming available.

Inkubus (horror, Robert Englund, William Forsythe) – Instant Streaming available.

Roadie (drama, Ron Eldard, Jill Hennessy) – Instant Streaming available.

Snow White: A Deadly Summer (thriller, Shanley Caswell, Eric Roberts, Maureen McCormick)

Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life (foreign drama, Eric Elmosnino, Lucy Gordon) – Instant Streaming available.

One Lucky Elephant (documentary, David Balding, Laura Balding) Instant Streaming available.

March 13th

The Killing: Season 1 (TV drama, Mereille Enos, Joel Kinnaman) – Instant Streaming available.

The Three Musketeers (action, Juno Temple, Orlando Bloom)

My Week With Marilyn (drama, Michelle Williams, Eddie Redmayne)

Young Adult (comedy, Charlize Theron, Patrick Wilson) – Instant Streaming available.

Melancholia (drama, Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg) – Instant Streaming available.

The Swell Season (documentary, Glen Hansard, Marketa Irglova) – Instant Streaming available.

Bag It (documentary, Jeb Berrier, Anne Reeser)

Stuck Between Stations (drama, Sam Rosen, Zoe Lister Jones) – Instant Streaming available.

The Adventures of Tintin (family adventure, Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis) – Instant Streaming available.

Neverland (action, Rhys Ifans, Anna Friel) – Instant Streaming available.

Weekend (romance, Tom Cullen, Chris New) – Instant Streaming available.

The Women on the 6th Floor (foreign comedy, Fabrice Luchini, Sandrine Kiberlain)

Loosies (drama, Peter Facinelli, Jaimie Alexander)

March 6th

Footloose (musical, Kenny Wormwald, Julianne Hough) – Instant Streaming available.

The Skin I Live In (foreign drama, Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya)

Jack and Jill (comedy, Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes)

Like Crazy (drama, Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin) – Instant Streaming available.

Wyatt Earp’s Revenge (western, Val Kilmer, Shawn Roberts)

Mercenaries (action, Robert Fucilla, Billy Zane)

High Road (comedy, Ed Helms, Lizzy Caplan) –Instant Streaming available.

The Lie (comedy, Joshua Leonard, Jess Weixler) – Instant Streaming available.

February 28th

Hugo (family drama, Asa Butterfiled, Ben Kingsley) – Instant Streaming available.

In Time (action, Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried)

Dream House (thriller, Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz)

The Big Year (comedy, Jack Black, Steve Martin)

The Thing (horror, Joel Edgerton, Mary Elizabeth Winstead)

Beneath the Darkness (horror, Dennis Quaid, Aimee Teegarden) – Instant Streaming available.

Answers to Nothing (drama, Dane Cook, Elizabeth Mitchell)

I Melt With You (thriller, Thomas Jane, Jeremy Piven) – Instant Streaming available.

InSight (thriller, Sean Patrick Flannery, Natalie Zea)

The Myth of the American Sleepover (dramedy, Claire Sloma, Marlon Morton) – Instant Streaming available.

The Catechism Cataclysm (comedy, Steve Little, Robert Longstreet) – Instant Streaming available.

February 21st

Puss in Boots (family animation, Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek)

The Way (drama, Emilio Estevez, Martin Sheen) – Instant Streaming available.

London Boulevard (romantic drama, Colin Farrell, Keira Knightly) – Instant Streaming available.

The Son of No One (thriller, Channing Tatum, Ray Liotta)

Retreat (thriller, Cillian Murphy, Jamie Bell)

Blank City (documentary, Jim Jarmusch, Steve Buscemi) – Instant Streaming available.

Octubre (foreign drama, Bruno Odar, Gabriela Velasquez)

The Space Between (drama, Melissa Leo, Anthony Keyvan) – Instant Streaming available.

The Whistleblower (thriller, Rachel Weisz, Benedict Cumberbatch) – Instant Streaming available.

Prey (foreign horror, Berenice Bejo, Gregoire Colin) – Instant Streaming available.

5 Star Day (romance, Cam Gigandet, Jena Malone) – Instant Streaming available.

Spork (comedy, Savannah Stehlin, Sydney Park) – Instant Streaming available.

Hunted By Night (action, Jencarlos Canela, Juan C. Bofill) – Instant Streaming available.

All Things Fall Apart (sports drama, 50 Cent, Ray Liotta) – Instant Streaming available.

Dirty Little Trick (thriller, Dean Cain, Christie Burson) – Instant Streaming available.

February 14th

Tiny Furniture (comedy, Lena Dunham, Laurie Simmons) – Instant Streaming available.

The Rum Diary (drama, Johnny Depp, Aaron Eckhart) – Instant Streaming available.

The Dead (horror, Rob Freeman, Prince David Oseia)

Take Shelter (thriller, Michael Shannon, Katy Mixon)

Woody Allen: A Documentary (documentary, Woody Allen, Diane Keaton) – Instant Streaming available.

Mozart’s Sister (foreign drama, Marie Feret, Marc Barbe) – Instant Streaming available.

How to Die in Oregon (documentary) – Instant Streaming available.

The Mortician (thriller, Method Man, Edward Furlong)

February 11th

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (fantasy, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson)

February 7th

Killer Elite (action, Jason Statham, Clive Owen) – Instant Streaming available.

What’s Your Number (comedy, Anna Faris, Chris Evans)

There Be Dragons (drama, Charlie Cox, Wes Bentley) – Directed by Roland Joffe. Instant Streaming available.

The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption (action, Victor Webster, Ron Perlman) – Instant Streaming available.

A Mile in His Shoes (drama, Dean Cain, Luke Schroder) – Instant Streaming available.

Alleged (drama, Brian Dennehy, Colm Meaney) – Instant Streaming available.

Don’t Let Him In (horror, Sophie Linfield, Sam Hazeldine)

The Elephant in the Living Room (documentary, Tim Harrison, Terry Brumfield) – Instant Streaming available.

Anonymous (thriller, Rhys Ifans, Vanessa Redgrave)

The Sunset Limited (Tommy Lee Jones, Samuel L. Jackson)

Cyberbully (TV drama, Emily Osment, Ken Panabaker) – Instant Streaming available

A Warrior’s Heart (sports drama, Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene) – Instant Streaming available.

The Reunion (action, John Cena, Ethan Embry)

Last Man Standing (action, Catherine Bell, Anthony Michael Hall)

Metal Shifters (sci-fi, Kavan Smith, Nicole de Boer)

Knuckle (documentary, Ian Palmer, James Quinn McDonagh) – Instant Streaming available.

Stormhouse (horror, Grahame Fox, Martin Delaney)

January 31st

Drive (thriller, Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan) – Instant Streaming available.

Contagion (thriller, Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow)

Shark Night (horror, Sarah Paxton, Dustin Mulligan) – Instant Streaming available.

Mausam (foreign drama, Shahid Kapur, Sonam Kapoor)

Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? (documentary, Gunther Hauk, Michael Pollan) – Instant Streaming available.

The Double (thriller, Richard Gere, Topher Grace) – Instant Streaming available.

Texas Killing Fields (thriller, Sam Worthington, Jeffrey Dean Morgan)

Chalet Girl (drama, Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick) – Instant Streaming available.

The Mill & The Cross (drama, Rutger Hauer, Charlotte Rampling) – Instant Streaming available.

You and I (drama, Mischa Barton, Shantel VanSanten) – Directed by Roland Joffe.

Janie Jones (drama, Abigail Breslin, Alessandro Nivola) – Instant Streaming available.

January 24th

Final Destination 5 (horror, Nicholas D’Agosto, Emma Bell)

50/50 (comedy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogan)

Little Deaths (horror, Kate Braithewaite, Daniel Brocklebank)

The Lamp (family, Jason London, Louis Gossett, Jr.) – Instant Streaming available.

Age of Heroes (action, Sean Bean, James D’Arcy) – Instant Streaming available.

Saint Nick (foreign horror, Huub Stapel, Egbert-Jan Weeber) – Instant Streaming available.

Real Steel (action, Hugh Jackman, Evangeline Lilly)

Paranormal Activity 3 (horror, Katie Featherston, Christopher Nicholas Smith) – Instant Streaming available.

Revenge of the Electric Car (documentary, Danny DeVito, John Favreau) – Instant Streaming available.

Restless (drama, Mia Wasikowska, Henry Hopper)

The Woman (horror, Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers) – Instant Streaming available.

The Confession (drama, Kiefer Sutherland, John Hurt) – Instant Streaming available.

Hell and Back Again (documentary) – Instant Streaming available.

Another Happy Day (drama, Ellen Barkin, Ezra Miller) – Instant Streaming available.

Tales of an Ancient Empire (action, Kevin Sorbo, Michael Pare) – Instant Streaming available.

Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure (documentary, Eddie Lee Sausage, Mitch Deprey) – Instant Streaming available

Essential Killing (action, Emmanuelle Seigner, Vincent Gallo) – Instant Streaming available.

Happy, Happy (foreign comedy, Oscar Brandso, Ram Shihab Ebedy) – Instant Streaming available.

Beware the Gonzo (comedy, Ezra Miller, Jesse McCartney) – Instant Streaming available.

January 17th

Toast (drama, Helena Bonham Carter, Freddie Highmore) – Instant Streaming available.

Glee: The Concert (musical, Lea Michele, Dianna Agron) – I love the series, but this is so bad that I fell asleep 15 minutes in.  What a waste of a rental.

Dolphin Tale (family, Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd)

The Ides of March (thriller, George Clooney, Ryan Gosling)

Cheaper to Keep Her (romance, Vivica A. Fox, Brian McKnight) – Instant Streaming available.

Courageous (drama, Alex Kendrick, Ken Bevel)

Abduction (thriller, Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins) – Instant Streaming available.

Mysteries of Lisbon (foreign drama, Adriana Luz, Maria Joao Bastos) – Instant Streaming available.

Dirty Girl (comedy, Juno Temple, Milla Jovovich) – Instant Streaming available.

Killing Bono (comedy, Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan) – Instant Streaming available.

Special Treatment (foreign drama, Isabelle Hupert, Bouli Lanners) – Instant Streaming available.

January 10th

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (sci-fi, James Franco, Tom Felton)

Pete Smalls is Dead (comedy, Peter Dinklage, Mark Boone, Jr.) – Instant Streaming available.

In My Sleep (thriller, Philip Winchester, Tom Draxl) – Instant Streaming available.

Moneyball (drama, Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill)

An Idiot Abroad (TV comedy, Karl Pilkington, Ricky Gervais)

Higher Ground (drama, Vera Farmiga, Donna Murphy)

1911 (foreign drama, Jackie Chan, Winston Chao) – Instant Streaming available.

Sinners and Saints (action, Kevin Phillips, Sean Patrick Flannery)

Answer This! (comedy, Christopher Gorham, Arielle Kebbel) – Instant Streaming available.

Aurora (foreign drama, Cristi Puiu, Clara Voda)

Saving Private Perez (foreign action, Miguel Rodarte, Jesus Ochoa) – Instant Streaming available.

January 3rd, 2012

The Debt (thriller, Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington)

Mr. Popper’s Penguins (family comedy, Jim Carey, Carla Gugino)

Cowboys & Aliens (action/sci-fi, Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford)

The Hangover Part II (comedy, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms)

I Am (documentary, Tom Shadyac)

The Guard (action comedy, Don Cheadle, Brendan Gleeson)

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (horror, Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce, Bailee Madison) – Instant Streaming available.

I Don’t Know How She Does It (comedy, Sarah Jessica Parker, Greg Kinnear, Pierce Brosnan)

The Last Lions (documentary, Jeremy Irons narrates)

The Greening of Whitney Brown (family drama, Brooke Shields, Aidan Quinn) – Instant Streaming available.

Red: Werewolf Hunter (action, Felicia Day, Kavan Smith)

Puncture (drama, Chris Evans, Brett Cullen) – Instant Streaming available.

Ice Quake (sci-fi, Brendan Fehr, Victor Garber)

The Chateau Meroux (drama, Christopher Lloyd, Marla Sokoloff)

Removal (thriller, Billy Burke, Mark Kelly, Oz Perkins)


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