Sept 14 - Sept 20th Downloads
& DVDs
  • Captain America 3: Civil War:

    Well, we saw Batman and Superman square off in a fit of animosity recently, and now it’s just about everyone involved in the Captain America franchise.  As if there weren’t enough world-dominating villains out there to fight, a situation is engineered where the Captain is up against everyone that he thought was an ally.  Ant-Man is after him, the new Spider-Man is on the case, and Wonder Woman shows up to make her position known as well.  Iron Man is not in The Captain’s court – in fact this is where the trouble started when the Government instituted the Super Heroes Act, seriously mitigating the lengths to which heroes could go in protecting the public.  Iron Man is all for it, and Captain America is not.  All the usual suspects are here, including Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr. Scarlett Johannson, Don Cheadle, Anthony Mackie, and many more.  This is the set up for the coming Justice League of America movies.  Rated 14A.

  • The Conjuring 2:

    Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are back as real-life ghost-hunters, the Ed and Lorraine Warren, in a based-on-actual-events story that has become the best-documented haunting of all time, the event known as The Enfield Haunting.  In a suburb of London, a young girl in a single parent family, becomes the focus of what starts out as poltergeist activity, and then moves on to something much more insidious.  The year is 1977, just two years after the Warrens were directly involved in what became known as The Amityville Horror.  Now, in the U.K., it seems that the target of demonic possession, the young girl, may not be the only thing that the demon is after.  The Warrens themselves seem to become a target.  Excellent chiller, especially given the nature of the true events.  Rated 14A.

  • Popstar: Never Stop Stopping:

    Although completely fictional, this film is done in a “mockumentary” style, having us believe that what we are seeing actually happened, which it did not.  Andy Samberg stars as a former boy-band member who goes out on his own to the adoration of millions, but, as is so often the case, finds his star fading.  Used to the high-life, he scrambles, trying to do anything possible to get back in the spotlight … except for one thing – and that’s get back together with his old group.  Sara Silver, Tim Meadows, Joan Cusack, and Maya Rudolf also star.  There is some scuttlebutt that indicates this might be a thinly disguised Justin Bieber story, but that’s quite a stretch. Rated 14A.

  • Snowpiercer (2013):

    A very unusual sci-fi thriller set in a near future time when most of the world's population has died off, and snow and ice cover the globe.  The only survivors are on a supertrain that goes its endless way, with the hundreds of people on board developing a class system as a way of survival - lowest class at the back, moneyed people at the front - and it's all working out, sort of, as the train hurtles through the snow, until someone decides that a revolution may be in order.  This one was released to theatres and to video-on-demand at the same time.  Chris Evans (Captain America) and Ed Harris star.  Rated 14A.

American Reunion (2012):

Pretty much the entire cast of the original American Pie show up for this reunion in which everyone returns to East Great Falls, Michigan to see how the town and the people there have fared since they were just four high-schoolers on the make.  Jim, Michelle, Oz, Stifler, Stifler's mom, Finch - they're all there, and the goings-on are just as randy was they were before.  Jason Biggs, Eugene Levy (who is the only actor who has been in ALL the American Pie movies), Alison Hannigan, Sean William Scott, Jennifer Coolidge, and Tara Reid all make the scene.  Rated 18A.