August 2017: New Releases

August 1, 2017

  1. The Circle
    The Circle (PG-13)
    When Mae (Emma Watson) is hired to work for the world's largest and most powerful tech and social media company, she sees it as an opportunity of a lifetime. As she rises through the ranks, she is encouraged by the company's founder, Eamon Bailey (Tom Hanks), to engage in a groundbreaking experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy, ethics, and ultimately, her personal freedom. Her participation in the experiment and every decision she makes begin to affect the lives and future of her friends, family, and all of humanity.

  2. Sleight
    Sleight (R)
    A young street magician (Jacob Latimore) is left to care for his little sister after their parents passing and turns to illegal activities to keep a roof over their heads. When he gets in too deep, his sister is kidnapped and he is forced to use his magic and brilliant mind to save her.

  3. Colossal
    Colossal (R)
    A woman discovers that severe catastrophic events are somehow connected to the mental breakdown from which she's suffering.

  4. League of Gods
    League of Gods (PG-13)
    A long time ago, a determined King Zhou, supported by his concubine Daji, sets his mind on conquering the Middle Kingdom. After years of slaughter, the unyielding Adept tribes have been eliminated in succession. Jiang and General Ji from Qishan are King Zhous longstanding opponents. Under a divinatory sign, Jiang discovers that the Sword of Light can reverse the adversity. General Ji has reservations over the unruly nature of the weapon, but Jiang believes that hope lies in risks. He then makes a shrewd scheme of assigning the quest for the Sword to several nobodiesJi Lei, Nezha, and Er Lang Shen. Each born with strange Adept powers, the team is confronted with their own respective fears that threaten to endanger the quest.

  5. Cop And A Half: New Recruit
    Cop And A Half: New Recruit (PG)
    Grizzled veteran detective Mark Simmons (Lou Diamond Phillips) can't seem to catch the "Badge Bandit" - the city's serial prankster who's causing mischief and embarrassing the police. Karina Foley (Lulu Wilson) is a spunky 12-year-old who dreams of being a cop. She stumbles on Simmons' stakeout where she proves she's got serious detective skills and tech-savvy smarts. While Simmons wants to ignore Karina, the police captain does the unthinkable and teams them up. While on their mission to stop the "Badge Bandit," the unlikely duo goes on a hilarious, action-filled adventure!

  6. Don't Knock Twice
    Don't Knock Twice (R)
    Knock once to wake her from her bed, twice to raise her from the dead..." So goes a disturbing urban legend involving an abandoned house supposedly inhabited by a vengeful, child-stealing witch. When troubled teen Chloe (Lucy Boynton) raps at the door one night, she has no idea the horror she's about to unleash. Fleeing to the country home of her estranged mother (Katee Sackhoff)--a recovering addict who's turned her life around to become a famous artist--Chloe must learn to trust the woman who gave her up years ago in order to stop the bloodthirsty, shape-shifting demon stalking them. This wild supernatural shocker delivers a barrage of nonstop jolts and searing nightmare images.

  7. The Ottoman Lieutenant
    The Ottoman Lieutenant (Not Rated)
    In a land on the brink of war the most dangerous place to be is in love.

  8. Phoenix Forgotten
    Phoenix Forgotten (PG-13)
    Three teens went into the desert to document the most widely viewed UFO sighting in history. Their footage is all that remains.

  9. Big Little Lies: Season One
    Big Little Lies: Season One (Not Rated)
    All is not what it seems in this dark comedy set in an idyllic seaside California town, where success, affluence and privilege are slowly but surely undone by secrets, rivalries, deception and murder.

  10. Boone: The Bounty Hunter
    Boone: The Bounty Hunter (Not Rated)
    Marine-turned-bounty hunter Darrell Boone (John Hennigan, WWE Smackdown!) uses a combination of brute strength, athletic prowess and persuasion to bring down fugitives from the law (Kevin Sorbo, Andromeda) for his hit reality TV series. Backed by his fearless crew (Spender Grammer, Greek; Osric Chau, 2012; Quinton Rampage Jackson, The A-Team; Dominique Swain, Face/Off), Boone will go to any length to get the shot and throw these criminals behind bars. But when the network decides to cancel his show due to low ratings, Boone has just the fix. His plan-hunt down a cold-blooded drug lord (Richard Tyson, Black Hawk Down) and kidnap his spoiled son (Jonathan Lipnicki, Stuart Little) would be sure to drive ratings through the roof. But when a bounty is put on his own head, this reality vigilante must use every kick-ass trick at his disposal to bring down the bad guys, save his show and become a hero.

  11. Boyka: Undisputed 4
    Boyka: Undisputed 4 (R)
    Scott Adkins returns as Yuri Boyka, the most complete fighter in the world, a man looking for his shot to fight for the ultimate championship belt. After he accidentally kills an opponent in the ring, Boyka reaches out to the fallen opponent's wife. But when the wife gets kidnapped by a crime kingpin, Boyka must take on a series of lethal opponents in the ring to keep her from a life of servitude.

  12. Country Wedding
    Country Wedding (Not Rated)
    A country-music star who's about to get married to an actress returns home to sell the house he grew up in, and he reconnects with a childhood friend he proposed to when they were just kids. Soon, some old feelings between them begin to resurface.

  13. Drowning
    Drowning (Not Rated)
    THE DROWNING is a psychological thriller based on the novel Border Crossing by award winning British author Pat Barker. Psychologist Tom Seymour (Josh Charles) plunges into an icy river to rescue a young man (Avan Jogia) from drowning. His spontaneous act saves the man, but he discovers that he is the same boy who was convicted of murder twelve years earlier based on Toms testimony. When the man reappears in Toms life, Tom is drawn into a destructive reinvestigation of the case.

  14. Hope Dances
    Hope Dances (Not Rated)
    Hope (Avarose Dillon) is a talented young ballet dancer and star athlete who has always been able to enjoy the best of both worlds. When she and her best friend have the opportunity to audition for the famous director of the Nutcracker (Michael Swan, As The World Turns), shes forced to choose between her mothers dream of her becoming a prima ballerina (Sunny Doench, The Starter Wife) and her fathers ambitions of her becoming an Olympic athlete (Michael Cotter, Inherent Vice). Upset at potentially disappointing one of her parents and confused about her choice, Hope turns to a famous ballerina (Sasha De Sola) for guidance in uncovering her hearts true desire, who helps her find the strength and determination to make her dreams a reality.

  15. The House on Willow Street
    The House on Willow Street (Not Rated)
    The perfect kidnapping goes gruesomely awry in this shock-a-minute, supernatural wild ride. Led by the tough-as-nails Hazel (You're Next's Sharni Vinson), a band of desperate criminals abduct Katherine (Carlyn Burchell), the daughter of an ultra-wealthy family, for ransom. What the gang doesn't realize is that although they have Katherine's body, her soul is already in possession of a demonic force that's about to turn the tables on them. Cue a cavalcade of carnage, all building up to a totally twisted, off-the-rails finale.

  16. The Lovers
    The Lovers (R)
    Debra Winger and Tracy Letts star as Mary and Michael, a long-married, dispassionate wife and husband. With the couple on the verge of calling it quits, a spark unexpectedly reignites, sweeping Mary and Michael into an impulsive and surprising "new" romance.

  17. Ripped
    Ripped (Not Rated)
    Best buds Harris (Russell Peters) and Reeves (Faizon Love) smoke top secret CIA weed in 1986 and wake up thirty years later. Now older and fatter, the two decide to take stoner entrepreneurship to an even higher level.

August 8, 2017

  1. Snatched
    Snatched (R)
    After her boyfriend dumps her on the eve of their exotic vacation, impetuous dreamer Emily Middleton (Amy Schumer) persuades her ultra-cautious mother, Linda (Goldie Hawn) to travel with her to paradise. Polar opposites, Emily and Linda realize that working through their differences as mother and daughter - in unpredictable, hilarious fashion - is the only way to escape the wildly outrageous jungle adventure they have fallen into.

  2. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
    King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (PG-13)
    When the child Arthur's father is murdered, Vortigern (Jude Law), Arthur's uncle, seizes the crown. Robbed of his birthright and with no idea who he truly is, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, his life is turned upside down and he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy... whether he likes it or not.

  3. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
    Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (PG)
    In DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL, based on the record-breaking book series, a family road trip to attend Meemaw's 90th birthday party goes hilariously off course--thanks to Greg's newest scheme to (finally!) become famous.

  4. Kung Fu Yoga
    Kung Fu Yoga (Not Rated)
    Jack (Jackie Chan), a world-renowned archaeology professor, and his team are on a grand quest to locate a lost ancient Indian treasure when they are ambushed by a team of mercenaries and left for dead. Using his vast knowledge of history and kung fu, Jack leads his team on a race around the world to beat the mercenaries to the treasure and save an ancient culture in this breakneck action-comedy that reunites Chan with acclaimed director Stanley Tong (Rumble in the Bronx, Supercop).

  5. The Dinner
    The Dinner (R)
    Based on Herman Kochs international best-selling novel, Oren Movermans THE DINNER is a dark psychological thriller about a fierce showdown between two couples during the course of an ornately prepared meal at a fancy restaurant. When Stan Lohman (Richard Gere), a popular congressman running for governor, invites his troubled younger brother Paul (Steve Coogan) and his wife Claire (Laura Linney) to join him and his wife Katelyn (Rebecca Hall) for dinner at one of the towns most fashionable restaurants, the stage is set for a tense night. While Stan and Paul have been estranged since childhood, their 16-year-old sons are friends, and the two of them have committed a horrible crime that has shocked the country. While their sons identities have not yet been discovered and may never be, their parents must now decide what action to take. As the night proceeds, beliefs about the true natures of the four people at the table are upended, relationships shatter, and each person reveals just how far they are willing to go to protect those they love. A riveting story filled with many shocking twists and turns, THE DINNER is a chilling parable about the savage reality hidden beneath the surface of middle-class lives.

  6. The Exception
    The Exception (R)
    A riveting World War II thriller filled with espionage and romance in equal measure, THE EXCEPTION follows German officer Captain Stefan Brandt (Jai Courtney) as he goes on a mission to investigate exiled German monarch Kaiser Wilhelm II (Christopher Plummer). The Kaiser lives in a secluded mansion in the Netherlands, and as Germany is taking over Holland, the countrys authorities are concerned that Dutch spies may be watching the Kaiser. As Brandt begins to infiltrate the Kaisers life in search of clues, he finds himself drawn into an unexpected and passionate romance with Mieke (Lily James), one of the Kaisers maids whom Brandt soon discovers is secretly Jewish.

  7. Wakefield
    Wakefield (R)
    Successful suburbanite commuter Howard Wakefield (Cranston) has taken a perverse detour from family life: He vanishes without a trace. Hidden in the attic of his garage, surviving by scavenging at night, he secretly observes the lives of his wife (Jennifer Garner) and children. But soon, he realizes that he has not left his family he has left himself. Also starring Jason O Mara and Beverly DAngelo, Wakefield is "one to definitely seek out", (The Hollywood News).

  8. Amelia 2.0
    Amelia 2.0 (Not Rated)
    When the husband of a dying woman is approached by a corporation pioneering a new program to extend life through robotics, they get caught in a public debate over human's relationship with technology.

  9. The Apostle of Dracula
    The Apostle of Dracula (Not Rated)
    Lucy (Nathalie Le Gosles), a beautiful young woman holds a passionate and bloody affair with Dracula (Javier Caffarena). Van Helsing (Paul Lapidus) an occult expert tries to save Lucy from the clutches of the vampire. Many years later, after nine eclipses... Lucy recovers from a strange amnesia and begins to realize her true identity remembering everything that happened to her and how she was turned into a creature thirsty of blood. Will Van Helsing be able to rescue her or will Lucys dark dream of living eternally with Dracula become true?

  10. Charlotte
    Charlotte (Not Rated)
    A teenage girl is babysitting at a new house, when she is accosted by a vicious doll. In bondage, she is forced to watch terrifying stories on the television magically controlled by the unfriendly toy, each story more grave than the next.

  11. Girl on the Edge
    Girl on the Edge (Not Rated)
    A troubled teenager falls victim to an online predator. Unable to cope with the trauma, Hannah Green becomes self destructive, and her parents make the heartbreaking decision to send her away to an alternative healing center in the wilderness.

  12. DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain
    DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain (Not Rated)
    The mind games are only beginning when Supergirl, Wonder Woman and Batgirl have no recollection of a series of wrongdoings. It will take more than super powers to untangle this mix-up and find out who, or what, is behind these mind-bending misdoings.

  13. My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Magical Movie Night
    My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Magical Movie Night (Not Rated)
    Grab some popcorn and enjoy three magical adventures starring everybody's favorite characters from Canterlot High as they enter a music video contest, go behind the scenes of a movie and encounter an enchanted mirror!

August 15, 2017

  1. Alien: Covenant
    Alien: Covenant (R)
    The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape.

  2. Once Upon a Time in Venice
    Once Upon a Time in Venice (Not Rated)
    When Steve Ford's (Bruce Willis) beloved dog, Buddy, is stolen by local thugs, he makes a questionable alliance with their devious leader, Spider (Jason Momoa) in order to set things straight and get Buddy back where he belongs.

  3. Everything, Everything
    Everything, Everything (PG-13)
    What if you couldn't touch anything in the outside world? Never breathe in the fresh air, feel the sun warm your face...or kiss the boy next door? "Everything, Everything" tells the unlikely love story of Maddy, a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who due to an illness cannot leave the protection of the hermetically sealed environment within her house, and Olly, the boy next door who won't let that stop them. Maddy is desperate to experience the much more stimulating outside world, and the promise of her first romance. Gazing through windows and talking only through texts, she and Olly form a deep bond that leads them to risk everything to be together...even if it means losing everything.

  4. The Wall
    The Wall (R)
    THE WALL is a deadly psychological thriller that follows two soldiers pinned down by an Iraqi sniper, with nothing but a crumbling wall between them. Their fight becomes as much a battle of will and wits as it is of lethally accurate marksmanship. Directed by Doug Liman (MR. & MRS. SMITH, THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM, EDGE OF TOMORROW), THE WALL stars Aaron Taylor Johnson (NOCTURNAL ANIMALS, KICK-ASS, SAVAGES, GODZILLA, AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON) and WWE star John Cena (TRAINWRECK, SISTERS, DADDY'S HOME), and is written by first-time screenwriter Dwain Worrell from his Black List script.

  5. The Case for Christ
    The Case for Christ (PG)
    Based on the true story of an award-winning investigative journalist, and avowed atheist, who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife with unexpected, life-altering results. A hard-driving journalist, Lee Strobel was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting recently earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. But things weren't going nearly as well at home where his wife Leslies newfound faith in Christ went against everything Lee believed or didn't believe, as an avowed atheist. Utilizing his journalistic and legal training, Lee begins a quest to debunk the claims of Christianity in order to save his crumbling marriage. Chasing down the biggest story of his career, Lee comes face-to-face with unexpected results that could change everything he knows to be true. Based on Lee Strobel's award-winning bestselling book.

  6. Hickok
    Hickok (Not Rated)
    infamous gunslinger and outlaw "Wild Bill" Hickok (Luke Hemsworth) attempts to escape his past by settling in the small town of Abilene, Kansas. The mayor (Kris Kristofferson), captivated by Wild Bill's unparalleled gun skills, offers him a job as the town marshal. Attempts to protect the town are soon challenged when a band of outlaws threaten Wild Bill and the laws he administered. Among the outlaws are powerful saloon owner Phil Poe (Trace Adkins), whose relationship with Bill's ex-lover (Cameron Richardson) stirs tension. Poe puts a bounty on Wild Bill's head but with the help of lawman Hardin aka Little Arkansas, Wild Bill sets out to fight the villainous bandits and save Abilene from danger.

  7. How to be a Latin Lover
    How to be a Latin Lover (PG-13)
    EUGENIO DERBEZ is the star of what could be his funniest movie yet! In this laugh out loud comedy, OR In this riches to rags story, Eugenio plays a very handsome and very young Maximo who has a dream to be rich without ever having to work a day in his life. Having made a career of seducing rich older women, he marries a wealthy woman more than twice his age. 25 years later, spoiled and bored from waking up next to his now 80-year-old wife--he gets the surprise of his life when she ends up dumping him for a younger car salesman. Forced out of his mansion and desperate for a place to stay, he must move in with his estranged sister, Sara, (SALMA HAYEK) and her nerdy but adorable son, Hugo in their small apartment. Anxious to return to the lap of luxury, Maximo uses his nephew's crush on a classmate to get to his new target--her grandmother, Celeste, a widowed billionaire. As Maximo tries to rekindle his powers as a Latin lover, he finds himself bonding with his nephew Hugo, and he begins to learn that being a Latin lover means that loving money isn't as important as the love of your family.

  8. The Hunter's Prayer
    The Hunter's Prayer (R)
    Lucas (Sam Worthington) is a solitary assassin hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Odeya Rush). When he can't bring himself to pull the trigger the plan falls apart, setting in motion a twisted game of cat and mouse. Now both are marked for death and forced to form an uneasy alliance. Relentlessly pursued across Europe, their only hope for survival is to expose those responsible for brutally murdering her family and bring them to justice.

  9. Billions: Season Two
    Billions: Season Two (Not Rated)
    The power struggle continues in season 2 of the hit SHOWTIME Original Series BILLIONS, starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis. After being deftly outplayed, brilliant hedge fund king Bobby 'Axe' Axelrod is upping his game and using his considerable resources to exact revenge on ruthless U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades. Axe's aggressive move sends Chuck reeling as he finds himself under investigation, forced to scramble to hang on to his Office and his family. But the embattled prosecutor still has some tricks up his sleeve and it's not long before Axe learns that money can't buy everything - or everyone.

  10. The Blacklist: The Complete Fourth Season
    The Blacklist: The Complete Fourth Season (Not Rated)
    Liz works to resolve the mystery of her lost childhood, but every day without the truth holds more danger for her and her family. Meanwhile, the Task Force reels from Liz's resurrection and friendships are fractured. Betrayed by those closest to him, Reddington's specific moral code demands justice, all the while battling an army of new and unexpected blacklisters.

  11. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season (Not Rated)
    DC’s Legends of Tomorrow amps up the firepower for Season Two of the Super Hero team-up series by enlisting both a league and a legion of new characters to join the legendary crew of the Waverider as they embark on their latest mission. In the Season One finale, the heroes encountered Rex Tyler aka Hourman who issued a dire warning. Joining Hourman will be other members of the Justice Society of America. And yet, for every force of good, there is an opposing force of darkness. In Season Two, the Legends of Tomorrow will face off against the first ever team of Super-Villains: the Legion of Doom, including Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Darhk, Captain Cold and the Reverse Flash. After saving the world from Vandal Savage, the Legends of Tomorrow are now charged with protecting time (past, present and future) itself, taking them across history and up against a threat unlike any humanity has ever known.

  12. Once Upon a Time: The Complete Sixth Season
    Once Upon a Time: The Complete Sixth Season (Not Rated)
    The complete sixth season of Once Upon a Time.

  13. Riverdale: The Complete First Season
    Riverdale: The Complete First Season (Not Rated)
    Based on the characters from Archie Comics, Riverdale gives a subversive take on small-town life. Things aren’t always what you expect in Riverdale. As a new school year begins, the town is reeling from the tragic death of high school golden boy Jason Blossom. The summer’s events made all-American teen Archie Andrews realize that he wants to pursue a career in music, but his fractured friendship with Jughead Jones, and Josie McCoy’s focus on her own band leaves Archie without a mentor. Meanwhile, girl-next-door Betty Cooper is not ready to reveal her true feelings for Archie, and new student, Veronica Lodge, has an undeniable spark with her crush. And then there’s Cheryl Blossom, Riverdale’s Queen Bee, who stirs up trouble amongst Archie, Betty and Veronica. But is Cheryl hiding something about the mysterious death of her twin brother, Jason? Riverdale may look like a quiet, sleepy town, but there’s more to the story.

  14. Domicile
    Domicile (Not Rated)
    When Russell's wife accidentally dies in their home, his mental state goes from bad to one of utter despair. As the ghost of his dead wife awakens, her spirit becomes aware of the sordid details surrounding his unfaithfulness, enraging this supernatural being to haunt him in every horrifying way imaginable.

  15. Descendants 2
    Descendants 2 (Not Rated)
    When the pressure to be royal becomes too much for Mal, she returns to the Isle of the Lost where her archenemy Uma, Ursula's daughter, has taken her spot as self-proclaimed queen.

  16. Treasure Hounds
    Treasure Hounds (PG)
    Moving into his late grandfather's house, young Jack inherits the old man's dog, Skipper (Norm MacDonald) -- who can talk! With the sassy pooch's help, Jack learns that Grandpa left a priceless Spanish treasure hidden somewhere in the town. Jack joins forces with a trio of clever neighbor kids -- a goth girl, a socialite, and a jokester -- to find the valuable booty, with Skipper leading the way. But can they outrun the brazen, bumbling thieves that will stop at nothing to seize the prize for themselves?

  17. Undercover Grandpa
    Undercover Grandpa (Not Rated)
    JAKE BOUCHARD, a shy 17 year old, has finally scored a date with the incredibly wonderful ANGIE. There's only one problem: he's forgotten that his senile, paranoid GRANDPA is coming from the 'home' that night for his monthly family dinner, and it's Jake's turn to drive Grandpa back afterwards. Jake does some quick talking and manages to push off the date with Angie until after dinner, however while driving Grandpa back Jake gets a call. Angle's car has broken down and she needs Jake to pick her up right away. Though mortified at the thought of Grandpa bringing the crazy in front of Angie (he has all these nutty stories from World War 2) Jake has no choice but to go to her. Jake gets to the location, however Angie's gone. Jake assumes that Angie got a ride with someone else, however Grandpa sees tire tracks in the street and tells Jake that the tracks are military. "Your girlfriend is in trouble." Thus begins an insane night of chasing down clues that, on the surface appear insane, but the deeper Jake digs the more possible it seems that Grandpa is exactly what he's always claimed to have been; the greatest military intelligence officer of World War 2. Which means that Angie really IS in trouble! In a final effort to rescue Angie, Grandpa brings Jake with him as he reenlists "The Devil's Scum", Grandpa's old unit. Now octogenarians, the old soldiers band together with Jake to go on one last mission.

August 22, 2017

  1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (PG-13)
    Set to the all-new sonic backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2, Marvel Studios' "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" continues the team's adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mystery of Peter Quill's true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favorite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes' aid as the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand.

  2. Kill Switch
    Kill Switch (R)
    Set in a future version of the world, the video game-style plot follows an experiment for unlimited energy, harnessing parallel universes, which goes wrong. Chased by drones and soldiers, pilot and physicist Will Porter must race through an imploding world to get the Redivider box to a tower that will save humanity, including his family, in the real world.

  3. Chuck
    Chuck (R)
    He was the pride of Bayonne, New Jersey, a man who went fifteen rounds in the ring with Muhammad Ali, and the real life inspiration for Rocky Balboa. But before all that, Chuck Wepner (Liev Schreiber) was a liquor salesman and father with a modest prizefighting career whose life changed overnight when, in 1975, he was chosen to take on The Greatest in a highly publicized title match. It's the beginning of a wild ride through the exhilarating highs and humbling lows of sudden fame--but what happens when your fifteen minutes in the spotlight are up? Driven by a committed performance from Liev Schreiber, Chuck is a refreshingly human tale of resilience and redemption.

  4. Ash vs. Evil Dead: The Complete Second Season
    Ash vs. Evil Dead: The Complete Second Season (Not Rated)
    This season roars back into action with Ash leaving his beloved Jacksonville and returning to his home town of Elk Grove. There, he confronts Ruby only to find that she too is now a victim of evil, and needs Ashs help. The former enemies have to form an uneasy alliance to give them a chance of success as Elk Grove soon becomes the nucleus of evil.

  5. Supergirl: The Complete Second Season
    Supergirl: The Complete Second Season (Not Rated)
    Having left the safety of being Cat Grant’s assistant at Catco Worldwide Media in order to figure out what she really wants to do, Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) continues to work with Hank Henshaw (aka Martian Manhunter) and her adoptive sister Alex (Chyler Leigh) at the DEO as Supergirl – protecting the citizens of National City and searching for her missing father Jeremiah (Dean Cain) and the secret research lab Project Cadmus. Along the way, she will team up with her Kyrptonian cousin Kal El – aka Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) – to battle new villains both terrestrial and extraterrestrial, from the DC Universe, as she strives to balance her personal life with friends/allies James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks), Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) and more with her busy life as a new Super Hero in SUPERGIRL Season Two.

  6. Dark Silence
    Dark Silence (Not Rated)
    Craig moves with his daughter, Jennifer, into a new home after the death of his wife. It's not long before the pair discover the house is haunted by a dark presence that wants to take over the child. One day Jennifer disappears and Craig must face a terrible truth in order to find his daughter.

  7. Executor
    Executor (Not Rated)
    Ruthless assassin, Kyle (Markiss McFadden, Transformers: Dark of the Moon) was raised by a corrupt priest (Paul Sorvino, Goodfellas) and trained to murder in the name of God's justice. But when a hit-gone-wrong leaves a little boy orphaned, Kyle reluctantly steps in as his temporary guardian. With the help of the child's beautiful neighbor (Mischa Barton, The O.C.), Kyle begins to re-evaluate his life-purpose and question the twisted logic on which his whole existence is built. But even as Kyle struggles to break the chains binding him to Father Antonio, the priest refuses to let his best 'Soldier of God' free. Soon the cold-blooded assassin is fighting to save the lives of those closest to him from his mentor's vengeance.

  8. Never Let Go
    Never Let Go (R)
    A single mother desperately searches for her missing child in a beautiful, but unfamiliar land, following an apparent abduction. Trusting no one, and stopping at nothing, as she weaves her way through the murky backstreets and barren landscapes, now implicated in the murder of a seemingly innocent man, her connections back in the US begin to reveal that there is much more at stake than first meets the eye.

  9. Scales: Mermaids Are Real
    Scales: Mermaids Are Real (PG)
    On the eve of Siren Phillips' twelfth birthday, she learns that she is destined to turn into a Mermaid. Siren must struggle with her new reality, saying goodbye to her mother and friends, while she transitions into the water while being chased by a group of Hunters. When Siren's mother is taken, the town must rally behind her, and help her make a peaceful transition into the water, before the hunters can find out where she is.

  10. Wolves
    Wolves (Not Rated)
    Anthony (Taylor John Smith) is a standout player on his Manhattan high schools basketball team with seemingly everything going for him: a killer three-point shot, a loving girlfriend (Zazie Beetz), and a chance at a scholarship to Cornell. But Anthonys dreams of playing college ball are jeopardized by his volatile father (Michael Shannon), a hard-drinking writer whose compulsive gambling threatens to derail the lives of both his wife (Carla Gugino) and son. Though it goes against his nature, Anthony must summon the strength to step out from his fathers shadow and reclaim his future.

  11. Shimmer & Shine: Magical Pets of Zahramay Falls
    Shimmer & Shine: Magical Pets of Zahramay Falls (Not Rated)
    Boom Zahra-PETS! Every genie in Zahramay Falls gets a magical pet ... and you'll get to know them in these 8 zahramazing TAILS. First, Leah finds her furever pet friend - a color-changing Zahramay Fox named Parisa who's not so easy to find! Then grab a seat for an epic Pet Talent Show starring Tala, Nahal, Nazboo ... and Zeta's tricks. Next, while Shimmer and Shine make a surprise for Tala and Nahal, Leah tries to figure out how to get the playful pets back to the palace to see it. When Nazboo comes down with Dragon Pox, the genies must track down a magical dragon pepper to help Zeta cure him. Zac's genie Kaz wants a pet too, but a Ziffilon wasn't what he had in mind - will these two ever bond? And when Princess Samira sends the genies on a Jungle Gem hunt, they must face wild challenges and befriend the Rainbow Tiger. Plus, the twins need to help Zeta with a potion mix-up AND when a baby bird mistakes her for his mom! It's a wild collection of magical pet adventures!

August 29, 2017

  1. Baywatch
    Baywatch (R)
    BAYWATCH follows devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon (Johnson) as he butts heads with a brash new recruit (Efron). Together, they uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the future of the Bay.

  2. Inconceivable
    Inconceivable (R)
    This gripping tale of blood ties and dark passions reunites stars Nicolas Cage and Gina Gershon for the first time since FACE/OFF. Hoping to return to work as a doctor, Angela (Gershon) befriends young mother Katie (Nicky Whelan) and asks her to serve as a live-in nanny. But Angela and her husband, Brian (Cage), have no idea about Katies horrific past, and Brians mother (Faye Dunaway) grows suspicious. When infertile Angela asks Katie to become a surrogate mother, Katies ulterior motives begin to surface, and Angela quickly realizes that things are not what they seem.

  3. A Family Man
    A Family Man (R)
    Dane Jensen (Gerard Butler) is a hard-driven, Chicago-based headhunter, working at a cut-throat job placement firm. When Danes boss (Willem Dafoe) announces his retirement, he pits Dane against Lynn Vogel (Alison Brie) Danes equally driven, but polar opposite rival at the firm in a battle for control of the company. As Dane gears up for the professional battle of his life, he learns his 10-year-old son, Ryan (Max Jenkins), has been diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly, Dane is pulled between achieving his professional dream and spending time with his wife (Gretchen Mol) and Ryan, who need him now more than ever.

  4. Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack
    Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack (PG-13)
    Vivica A. Fox makes her Bring It On debut as Cheer Goddess, the internet's most popular "Cheer-lebrity." When Destiny (Cristine Prosperi), captain of three-time national champions "The Rebels," is challenged to a global cheer showdown by an edgy new team called "The Truth," Cheer Goddess organizes a virtual battle for squads from all around the world. It seems like the whole world wants to take down Destiny and her team, and they just might succeed, unless Destiny can rise to the challenge, set her ego aside and figure out who her real friends are.

  5. Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season
    Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season (Not Rated)
    The complete fourth season of the TV series Black Sails.

  6. Gotham: The Complete Third Season
    Gotham: The Complete Third Season (Not Rated)
    The stakes are higher than ever, as Super-Villains more ambitious and depraved are introduced, and a realignment of alliances shakes up the fight for power in Gotham. Season three of Gotham peels back the curtain on the infamous criminal organization known as the Court of The Owls. With the Indian Hill escapees on the loose, Jim Gordon must take matters into his own hands, as a bounty hunter in Gotham. He makes it his mission to find Hugo Strange and Fish Mooney. Meanwhile, GCPD’s Bullock and Barnes remain at the forefront of the fight against crime in the monster-ridden city. And Bruce Wayne discovers still more secrets behind his parents’ murder. As the city sinks deeper into chaos, Gotham’s Super-Villains will be joined by the future Poison Ivy, a young woman who's harnessed the full power of her charms; the Tweed Brothers; and a talented hypnotist teetering on the edge of madness who goes by the name of the Mad Hatter.

  7. The Originals: The Complete Fourth Season
    The Originals: The Complete Fourth Season (Not Rated)
    Season Four’s 13 fateful, final episodes begin on the fifth anniversary of the once all-powerful Mikaelson family’s greatest defeat, with Klaus held captive by Marcel Gerard and siblings Elijah and Rebekah deep in an enchanted sleep. After daring rescues, the Mikaelsons are reunited, only to face an even bigger threat: the revival of a malevolent power that has strong ties to their most vulnerable family member. In response to a devastating attack by this nightmarish entity, the Mikaelsons stand their ground and forge an alliance with former friends Marcel and Vincent Griffith, leader of the New Orleans witches, to confront an enemy more powerful than themselves. The dysfunctional siblings and their allies have no choice but to fight together – even if this is to be their final battle.

  8. The White Princess
    The White Princess (Not Rated)
    This eight episode series sees England ostensibly united by the marriage of Elizabeth of York and Henry VII, but their individual and partisan rift runs deep, and the war that furies between them portends to tear the kingdom apart again.

  9. DCU: Batman and Harley Quinn
    DCU: Batman and Harley Quinn (PG-13)
    Batman finds his patience tested to the limit when he goes on a roadtrip with Harley Quinn to track down her old partner-in-crime, Poison Ivy.

  10. Born In China
    Born In China (G)
    Disneynature, in its ongoing quest to bring the natural world to the big screen as never before, presents its most ambitious project to date, taking moviegoers on a grand journey into the wilds of China. "Born In China" follows the adventures of three animal families -- the majestic panda, the savvy golden monkey and the elusive snow leopard.

  11. The Lion King
    The Lion King (G)
    Young Simba, son of Mufasa, must fight his wicked Uncle Scar to be king of the jungle.

  12. My Cousin Rachel
    My Cousin Rachel (PG-13)
    A young Englishman plots revenge against his late cousin's mysterious, beautiful wife, believing her responsible for his death. But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms.

  13. The Basement
    The Basement (Not Rated)
    Five teenagers barricade themselves in the basement of their remote rural house after a vicious attack by a mysterious intruder. They soon realize they are trapped as the only way out is the barricaded door they came in through.

  14. Crow
    Crow (Not Rated)
    Crow is protector of the wood. He's lived there since ruthless developer, Tucker, brutally moved on him and his tribe from the nearby farmstead. Now Tucker wants the wood too, intent on building a mansion an ego extension of his dynastic ambition for him and his trophy wife, Alicia. Crow will defend it with his life. The battle begins, but Tucker doesn t realise that he must contend with a boy who has the power of nature behind him. Before the day is done, he will learn the real meaning of terror and see the true cost of the woods destruction...

  15. Evil in Us
    Evil in Us (Not Rated)
    While on a fourth of July holiday, six best friends fall victim to the insidious plan of a mysterious organization when they are unknowingly transformed into bloodthirsty cannibals.

  16. Hollow One
    Hollow One (Not Rated)
    In an isolated coastal community, Rachel Wade is sent down an emotionally destructive path after the tragic death of her mother. Forced to leave home, Rachel and her younger sister return years later to find their father missing and the community deserted. What starts as a search for answers quickly turns into a race for survival. In order to escape, Rachel must face her familys dark history and a mysterious figure with sinister intentions.

  17. Killing Hasselhoff
    Killing Hasselhoff (R)
    A struggling nightclub owner resorts to desperate measures in order to pay off a loan shark.

  18. Operation Dunkirk
    Operation Dunkirk (Not Rated)
    A band of soldiers must battle their way through Nazi territory to rescue a scientist that could help turn the tide of WWII.

  19. Happy Spook-Day, Scooby-Doo!
    Happy Spook-Day, Scooby-Doo! (Not Rated)
    Will anyone remember Scooby’s birthday? A robbery at a TV studio turns out to be a ruse for a surprise party in Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo, with host Mart Winkindale, a parade of pals and one dire enemy from Scoobys past attending! In The Backstage Rage, Scooby must figure out who’s pulling the strings when he discovers a poodle in distress is really a puppet. Finally, scary wax creatures melt ScoobyDoo’s mind in Don’t Fool with a Phantom. The big dog’s special day brings real laughs, chills and adventure for the unforgettable ScoobyDoo!

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