New DVD titles

New DVD Titles

Holiday Inn: Screen legends Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire sing and dance their way into your hearts in this timeless holiday classic. Crosby plays a song-and-dance man who leaves showbiz to run an inn that is open only on holidays. Astaire plats his former partner and rival in love. Follow the two talented pals as they finds themselves competing for the affections of the same lovely lady.

Christmas in Connecticut: In her Smart Housekeeping column, Elizabeth Lane provides festive recipes and homemaking hints. But Elizabeth’s got a secret: she needs a recipe to boil water. Elizabeth has no cooking skills, no Connecticut farm, no adoring hubby and no baby-makes-three as depicted in her column. She better get them. Because Elizabeth’s boss has invited himself and a recently returned war hero to her home for Christmas.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: Clark Griswold vows his clan will enjoy a perfect Griswold Family Christmas. Seeing is believing. There are 25,000 lights on the roof. An exploding turkey on the dining room table. A SWAT team taking siege outside.

The Original Christmas Specials Collection: Features five classic Ranking and Bass Christmas specials: Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town, Cricket on the Hearth, and The Little Drummer Boy.

Blackbird: Lily (Susan Sarandon) and Paul (Sam Neil) summon their loved ones to their country house for one final gathering after Lily decides to end her struggle on her own terms after a long battle with ALS. The couple plans a loving weekend complete with holiday traditions, but the mood becomes strained when unresolved issues surface between Lily’s daughters Jennifer and Anna.

Mulan: In Disney’s Mulan, a fearless young woman risks everything out of love for her family and her country to become one of the greatest warriors China has ever known.

Bill & Ted Face the Music: Yet to fulfill their rock and roll destiny, the now middle-aged best friends set out on a new adventure when a visitor from the future warns them that only their song can save life as we know it. Along the way, they will be helped by their daughters, a new batch of historical figures and a few music legends!  

NOS4A2 Season 2: Eight years after they finally faced off for the first time, Vic McQueen remains more determined than ever to destroy Charlie Manx. Charlie, having faced his own mortality, emerges desperate for revenge against Vic. This time, he sets his sights on the person who means most to Vic – her eight-year-old son Wayne. The race for Wayne’s soul sends Vic and Charlie on a high-speed collision course, forcing both to confront the mistakes of their pasts in order to secure a hold on Wayne’s future.

Yellowstone Season 3: In the most explosive season of Yellowstone yet, John Dutton and his family must protect their land from new and old enemies, lead by Wall Street maverick Roarke. Threatened by betrayals, bad blood, and lucrative business deals, the Duttons form unexpected alliances and confront dangerous measures to safeguard their legacy.

The Doorman: A woman returns from combat and befriends a family in NYC. A gang of thieves plot to take the family’s valuables, and she is all that stands between them and their lives.

Irresistible: Top Democratic consultant (Steve Carell) sees an opportunity to win back voters in America’s heartland when a video of a passionate farmer and retired Marine colonel (Chris Cooper) goes viral. However, when the Republican National Committee counters him by sending in his brilliant nemesis, Faith Brewster (Rose Byrne), Gary is more than primed to up his game, turning this local race into a hilarious game of tug of war.

The Rental: Two couples on an ocean side getaway grow suspicious that the host of their seemingly perfect rental house may be spying on them. Before long, what should have been a celebratory weekend trip turns into something far more sinister, as well-kept secrets are exposed and the four old friends come to see each other in a whole new light.

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