Jan 25th - 31st Downloads
& DVDs
  •  The Dry (2020):

    Eric Bana stars in this crime drama as a Federal Agent named Aaron Falk who goes back to his old home town for a very sad occasion. He has been away for two decades, and the trip back is for a funeral – actually more than one. The area has been drought-stricken for years, putting many of those who make their living off the land in a precarious situation. That was the case with the reason for the trip – his childhood friend Luke, appears to have killed his wife and child and then turned the gun on himself. While back home, Falk finds some deep old wounds reopening, the most critical being that of a years-old murder of a 17-year-old girl. He has agreed to stay in town and lead the investigation into Luke’s death and that of his family, but it soon begins to look as if these murders, separated by more than 20 years, may actually be related. Falk sees his mission as proving that Luke was not the murderer of his family, and also finds that townspeople have long memories, and some still hold him responsible for the death of the 17-year-old so many years ago. As he peels back the layers of evidence that make up both crimes, it’s soon clear that no one in the small town is above suspicion. A pretty good murder mystery! Rated 14A.


  • The Last Son (2021):

    Sam Worthington is Isaac Lemay in this western that has him responsible for a number of murders, but which comes with a dramatic twist. Lemay isn’t just your average bad guy – he comes to believe that he is the victim of a prophecy that indicates one of his children will kill him. Some people, faced with this apparent fact, would just avoid those who would do him harm, but not Isaac Lemay. He decides he will hunt down each of his estranged children, one-by-one, and end the curse by ending them. While he is on that mission, he has to look over his shoulder because bounty hunters, a sheriff (Thomas Jane), and a posse are on his tale. The question is, will he end the curse or will the curse end him? Heather Graham and Machine Gun Kelly also star. Rated 14A for violence.

  • Red Stone (2021):

    Neil McDonogh is the star here, a hitman named Boone who takes on what at first appears to be just another job in this thriller. Michael Cudlitz (“The Walking Dead,” “Clarice”) is a brutal crime lord named Jed Haywood. He hires Boone to make a wrong situation right. Haywood had a young man murdered, and it was supposed to be open and shut, but the now dead man’s younger brother witnessed the crime and was in a position to identify the killer. Boone’s job is to find the younger brother and eliminate him from the equation, just another job, just another day at the office. But Boone isn’t the only one tracking the boy. A henchman from a rival mob needs the boy to provide evidence of Haywood’s wrongdoing, and the FBI is also on the case, looking to save the boy and use him as a key witness. For Boone, as the showdown approaches, he is faced with questioning his values and with trying to determine just what is more important in his life – finishing this job or finishing his own life of crime. Interesting, but very dark thriller. Rated 14A.

  • Home Team (2022):

    This is the mostly true story of New Orleans Saints NFL head coach Sean Payton who ran into serious trouble with the league for his role in what came to be known as the "Bountygate" scandal. This was the issue in which players were paid extra bonuses if they could injure players on the opposing team, and hopefully have them taken off the field permanently. Two years after the Super Bowl win in 2010 Payton was suspended. The real story here demonstrates what happened when he went back to his hometown, reconnected with his 12 year-old son, and coached him to success in a Pop Warner league football team. Kevin James plays Peyton in a rare dramatic role. Jackie Sandler, wife of Adam, Rob Schneider, and "Twilight" star Taylor Lautner also star ... and of course, Gary Valentine, real-life brother of Kevin James, has a small part as well. The movie is a part of Adam Sandler's "Happy Madison" production company. Rated 14A.


    Robin Robin (2021):

    This stop-motion animated film from the UK tells the story of a little baby robin who rolls out of her nest onto the ground, and who is saved, and then raised by a family of mice. As Robin gets older, she begins to realize that she is not a mouse, and that maybe she doesn't really belong with this family. A heart-warming story with an excellent message that both children and parents will enjoy. Gillian Anderson ("The X-Files") provides one of the major voices in this British made film. Rated G.

New on CRAVE

The Fallout (2021):

This drama is a case of art meeting life. Americans particularly know the challenges that occur in the nation's schools when violence prevails, and when lives are lost for no apparent reason. Vada Cavell (Jenna Ortega) is a high school student here who found herself in the midst of a violent, life-changing event. She and two teenage friends recognize the damage that is being done, but cannot move forward with their lives because they are afraid to leave the confines of their respective bedrooms. Trying to heal and trying to manage in a world that is, for them, changed forever, leaves them exhausted and without hope. But the adage says that where there is life there is hope, and they do have life. One-time Disney star Jenna Ortega stars. Rated 14A.



Being the Ricardos (2021):

Opened in theatres selectively last week, and now here it is streaming. Aaron Sorkin both wrote and directed this film which also messes with a classic - but it's a classic relationship and not a classic movie or TV show. Sorkin gives us his spin on what happened during the lives of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz when they faced a major personal and business crisis that threatened both their marriage and their business. Nicole Kidman plays Lucy, with Javier Bardem as Desi, her Cuban-born husband. Desi struggled with alcoholism for years, and Lucy struggled with his macho ways and difficult attitudes when it came to their business, Desilu Studios, which essentially created the sitcom as we know it today, and which also created the ability to show reruns, which is where the real money is. J.K. Simmons plays William Frawley, who was Fred Mertz on "I Love Lucy" and Nina Arianda plays Vivian Vance, who was Ethel. Rated 14A.

New on DISNEY + /Star

Encanto (2021):

This animated feature about a town in Colombia where everyone has a special magical or superpower, except for one little girl, opened in theatres two weeks ago and begins streaming on Disney + today. Little Mirabel is the girl with no powers, and none in the town of Encanto can find a way to help her. When things change, and those with powers become powerless to save the day, Mirabel steps forward. Great movie for kids of all ages and for parents too. Rated PG.

New on Apple +

The Tragedy of MacBeth (2021):
This one opened in limited theatrical release two weeks ago and is now available on the Apple + outlet. Denzel Washington stars as the man who would be king at the ambitious urging of his wife, Lady MacBeth (Francis McDormand). The unusual casting is a direct result of the film's director, Joel Coen who also shares a writing credit with the Bard himself, William Shakespeare. Filmed in black-and-white, and done completely on soundstages, with no exterior scenes at all, we see the prophecy of the three witches off the top, that drive the action for MacBeth to become a murderer in his quest for power. Rated 14A.