It’s Roku o’clock somewhere, and we’ve got some fresh new releases to help streamline your Friday. Do yourself a favor and start the weekend right now! As always, if you have suggestions for the perfect lazy Sunday flick, please post ‘em in the comments. Happy streaming!


Netflix New Releases:

  • Warrior- This gritty martial arts flick hits the mark with masterful performances and furious fight scenes  (2011)
  • Albert Nobbs- After posing as a male butler in a posh 19th-century hotel for years, a new love causes her to reconsider the charade (2011)
  • God Bless America- On a mission to rid society of its most repellent citizens, terminally ill Frank and his 16-year-old accomplice go on a vengeful rampage (2011)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • Up to Speed: The Great-Grandmother of San Francisco- “Dazed and Confused” director Richard Linklater hosts a trippy new travel show that’s part performance art and part magical history tour (2012)
  • Go On: Pilot- A sportscaster with anger issues must attend grief counseling to keep his job (2012)
  • The Colbert Report: I’ll See You in Health- Stephen Colbert invents the VacsaStrap, which will give you a facelift the old fashioned way (2012)

Crackle New Releases:

  • From the Basement- Exclusive live performances from The Shins, Aimee, James Mercer and Ex Fleet Fox member Josh Tillman with his new band Father John Misty (2012)
  • Face of Terror- A hard-edged American cop searches for his kidnapped sister in Spain and uncovers an explosive terrorist plot (2005)
  • Cisco Pike- Kris Kristofferson stars as a deadbeat musician who’s blackmailed by a corrupt cop (Gene Hackman) (1979)

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • The Lorax- Newly available for purchase, this classic Dr. Seuss remake will be available for rental in two weeks – if you can’t wait, it’s a perfect addition to the family video library (2012)
  • Going for Gold- Matt Smith (Doctor Who) and Sam Hoare (Captain America) star in the powerful and uplifting story of an unlikely pair of athletes competing together in an Olympic games that almost didn’t happen (2012)
  • Dallas: The Complete First Season– Catch up on the entire first season and enjoy the recent finale of this popular TV drama starring Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe, and Jordana Brewster (2012)

Amazon Prime Instant Video New Releases:

  • The Hunter- Willem Dafoe plays a mercenary sent by a shadowy corporation to track down a tiger whose genetic code holds the secret to a dangerous weapon (2012)
  • Crossroads- Ralph Macchio stars in the classic Delta R&B tale of a gifted guitarist looking for the soul of the blues in the hands of the Devil (1986)
  • The Twilight Zone- Rod Serling’s chilling seminal anthology series focuses on ordinary folks who suddenly find themselves in extraordinary situations (1959-1964)

Fandor New Releases:

  • Dennis- An introverted bodybuilder (played by real-life lifter Kim Kold), defies his mother when he dares to go out on a date with a local girl in this award winning short film from Denmark (2008)
  • Metropolitan- Whit Stillman’s Oscar-nominated comedy follows a group of loquacious, privileged young New Yorkers as they navigate debutante season (1990)
  • The Little American- Directed by Hollywood legend Cecil B. DeMille, this World War I drama follows heroine Angela (Mary Pickford) to war-torn Europe where her French and German born beaus are fighting (1917)
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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AKG2PBIO46FQU474ZJDYJ4XJEU Doc Brown

    I believe it is called The Colbert Report

  • wcj1

    Re: Albert Nobbs- After posing as a male butler in a posh 19th-century hotel for years, a woman falls for a handsome painter and reconsiders her charade.

    I realize you probably did not want to copy the Netflix description verbatim, but when you change a description without actually watching the movie “a woman falls for a handsome painter”, you are given an incorrect description.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=733262104 Mindy Leigh Flannery

    It’s Ralph Macchio, not Macchiato. :p Someone need coffee?