March 24, 2017

What's New on VOD This Week? (3/21-3/24)

Big week on the VOD front, as Rogue One and a slew of other genre releases have us wondering what we're going to watch first.

Probably Darth Vader again.

*Be sure to click the pics to rent the movies, or watch their trailers. Or both. Or neither. It really depends on your mood, now doesn't it?

*If you aren't already a member, you should really give Amazon Prime a shot, especially if you order movies on the regular like we do, because the free two-day shipping pays for itself after around 10 orders. Check it out for free HERE.

  1. Rogue One is without a doubt THE movie to rent this week, although it's only available for purchase via Digital HD, and not for rental for two weeks, but it's still worth it. It's a great Star Wars story, and it's worth watching for Darth Vader's big scene alone; it's been a long while since a scene in a movie made me geek out like the "Red" scene did, and it's one of the best bits that's ever been in a Star Wars movie. Darth Vader needs a solo movie in a bad way.
  2. If Dig Two Graves wasn't exclusively available on iTunes (won't use iTunes, hate it), we'd be watching it right now. The trailer's got a cool retro vibe about it, and advanced reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, so as soon as it hits Amazon, we're all over it.
  3. It's hard to decide which movie we most want to see next, House on Willow Street, Death Passage, and Bokeh all look fantastic. I think I'd pick Bokeh to watch first, mainly because the trailer makes me want to know what in the hell is going on in a big way, plus, Maika Monroe is awesome; I'd most likely go with Death Passage next, as we've been waiting to see the Aussie slasher since it was Lemon Tree Passage; but then House on Willow Street looks like a righteous home invasion flick... If only I had a three-sided coin. 
  4. Atomica looks interesting, and after the work that Dominic Monaghan did in Pet, we're curious to see if he goes full-creep in this one too. 
  5. The Control Group and Killer App look cheap, so we'll be skipping them.
  6. Happy streaming!

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The New Poster For Rupture is Amazing!

"RUPTURE follows Renee Morgan (Noomi Rapace), a single mom, who is deathly terrified of spiders. While in route to meet up with a friend, she is violently abducted by a group of strangers. After enduring intense yet strange questioning and examinations, some about her fear of spiders, Renee soon discovers that she is now the subject of an underground experiment. Her captors explain to her that she has a genetic abnormality that can potentially allow her to “rupture” and reveal her alien nature. Renee must find a way to escape before it is too late."

We've been tracking this movie for some time now. We love Noomi Rapace, and when we first saw the trailer last year, it intrigued the hell out of us, but then we kind of lost track of it, because it didn't have a U.S. release date.

Well, now that it's hitting DirecTV on March 30th, and regular VOD on April 28th, and after seeing this gorgeous new poster, it's definitely back on our radar.

Can't wait to see how it turns out.

If you haven't seen the trailer yet, you can check it out below.

UPDATED: Our Top 31 Upcoming Movies of 2017!

*This is an on-going post which is updated every Tuesday & Friday, to keep up with releases and release date changes.

We're always, ALWAYS, searching for newest and best Horror & Genre movies & TV shows to watch, which is why we work so hard to keep our Blu-ray & DVD, Theatrical, VOD, and TV release dates pages up to date.

One thing that we've never done though, until now, is kept a running list of the movies coming soon to a big or small screen near you that we want to see the most, and there are always a lot of those. With that in mind, below you'll find the Top 30-ish Upcoming Horror & Genre Projects that have us chomping at the bit like rabid fiends.

  • The movies listed below all have release dates that are set. As you know, some of them can, and will, change.
  • You'll only find new projects that will be Theatrical, VOD, and TV releases on this list. Nothing that's coming soon on disc (unless it’s some sort of Special Edition.).
  • You can click the pics to be taken to each movie's IMDB page, for release date info, etc...The release dates can also be found in the file names.
  • This list will be mainly comprised of upcoming Horror projects, but the occasional Superhero, Sci-Fi, or Action flick might break through. It's all relative to our interests.
  • We will add and remove titles from this list as needed, which will be pretty often.
  • Mark your calendars!

3/24- Added Berlin Syndrome, A Dark Song, Blood Feast, The Circle, Polaroid, and The Gracefield Incident; and added some new posters for existing movies..

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