John (Liam Neeson) works at an Alaska oil refinery, killing the wolves that threaten the workers in Joe Carnahan's The Grey. When his plane goes down over the frozen wilderness, John must lead the survivors (including aggressive Frank Grillo, low key Dermot Mulroney, Nonso Anozie suffering from altitude sickness, Dallas Roberts, and Joe Anderson) from the oil drilling team to safety. Hunted by wolves, they must survive freezing weather, high altitude, and scarce food. Picked off one by one, the team has to decide to run for safety or make a stand against the predators who would kill them all. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Set in 1999 Los Angeles, Rampart focuses on corrupt police officer Dave Brown (Woody Harrelson). He is both a bad cop and bad provider, with daughters from each of his two ex-wives (Cynthia Nixon and Anne Heche), along with drug dependency, violent tendencies, and sexual addiction. His most recent transgression on the job garners the negative attention of district attorney Sigourney Weaver, out to take down the crooked cop. With Ned Beatty. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Seattle high school senior Andrew Detmer begins videotaping his life, partly as a defense against his abusive father (Michael Kelly), in the sci-fi superhero film Chronicle. When he, his cousin Matt, and popular sports star Steve (Michael B. Jordan) find a glowing crystal in the woods, Andrew's video diary shifts from his homelife to their newly discovered superpowers. As the boys' power grows, Matt and Steve suspect that Andrew, who has been victimized his whole life, might abuse his new abilities. On DVD and Blu Ray.
Based on the popular book series by Janet Evanovich, Katherine Heigl portrays feisty Stephanie Plum in One for the Money. Poor and desperate for work, Stephanie turns to her cousin Vinnie (Patrick Fischler) and picks up some cash head hunting for his bail bonds business. Her main target is Joe Morelli (Jason O'Mara), the ex-cop wanted for murder who dumped her in high school. Mentored by a veteran bounty hunter (Daniel Sunjata), Stephanie now must catch the one who got away.
Glenn Close garnered a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her role in Albert Nobbs, playing a woman who spent thirty years living as a man in 19th century Dublin. Working as a waiter in a hotel, Albert is forced to room with the hotel's new painter only to discover his new roommate is also a woman posing as a man. Hubert (Janet McTeer) has even taken a wife... an idea that inspires Albert, who begins courting the hotel's flirtatious maid, Helen (Mia Wasikowska). When a handyman (Aaron Johnson) catches Helen's eye, Albert uses his means and station to try to win her affections. With Pauline Collins. On DVD and Blu Ray.
After discovering a string of mysterious tourist disappearances in a small Polish village, reporter Carmen (Cindy Sampson) and her photographer boyfriend Marcus (Aaron Ashmore) set out to find out what happened in The Shrine. After encountering unhelpful and hostile locals, their search leads them into the forest, at the center of which lies the titular shrine and the site of rituals.
Martin Scorsese's George Harrison: Living in the Material World details the life of the former Beatles' guitarist. From his childhood and early years in Liverpool, his success in the Beatles, and later spiritual discoveries, activism, and contributions to the arts, the film provides interviews, live performances, and behind-the-scenes footage of Harrison's career.
From the beginning of martial arts films to modern action films in Asia and America, Films of Fury: The Kung Fu Movie Movie provides a detailed history of kung fu movies. Following the evolution of classic genre pictures to the rise of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and Donnie Yen, the documentary spans the eras of classic folk tales, mysticism, reality, the inclusion of gunplay, and the integration of kung fu into Hollywood.
New this week in our TV New Releases:
|Hell on Wheels
|A former Confederate soldier works on the first transcontinental railroad in 1865 while looking for the Union soldiers who murdered his wife and son.||
|As owner of a small burger restaurant, Bob and his family contend with day-to-day absurdities in their Fox animated universe.|
Hardball, Friday Night Lights
Old School, Garden Party
Stone Cold, The Last Kiss