Whew! Did the week seem extra long to anyone else? Time to unwind with an epic weekend streaming session. As always, if you have suggestions for the perfect lazy Sunday flick, please post ‘em in the comments. Happy streaming!

Netflix New Releases:

  • Skateland–  Nineteen-year-old Ritchie Wheeler finds his life at a crossroads when the Texas roller rink he manages is forced to shut its doors (2011)
  • Puncture– A drug-addicted attorney and his business partner take on a case involving a local ER nurse and an infected needle, uncovering a web of corporate conspiracies (2011)
  • The Man Who Fell To Earth  David Bowie stars as an alien who crash lands on Earth to save his planet and quickly becomes distracted by money, sex, booze and television (1976)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • New Girl: Fancyman, Part 2– Jess has her first date with Russell (2012)
  • The Vampire Diaries: The Murder of One– Stefan’s emotional turmoil leads him to a dangerous confrontation with Klaus and a heartbreaking moment with Elena (2012)
  • Up All Night: Letting Go– Reagan and Chris have trouble adapting to the next phases of their lives; Ava becomes overprotective of her pet puppy (2012)

Crackle New Releases:

  • Against the Dark– Steven Seagal leads a special ops squad of ex-military vigilantes on a mission to massacre the undead. Campy, yet satisfying (2009)
  • Dirty- Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding, Jr. stars in this hard-edged story of a gangbanger turned cop who is forced to choose between his conscience and his loyalty to the code of blue (2006)
  • Anatomy– Franka Potente stars as a determined medical student who uncovers a terrifying secret society of doctors during a prestigious summer anatomy course (2000)

Amazon Prime Instant Video New Releases:

  • Deadliest Catch: Season 1– Fifteen hundred fishermen converge on Dutch Harbor, Alaska for the beginning of the Alaskan King Crab season and the chance to earn a year’s wages in one harrowing week (2005)
  • Dirty Jobs: Season 2– Mike Rowe wrangles water snakes and  steps into the shoes of hard working bait and lobster fishermen (2006)
  • Sons of Guns: Season 1–  Red Jacket Firearms works on rare and dangerous weapons, including a Civil War cannon, a 15-tube rocket launcher and a WWII flamethrower. Don’t try this at home, folks (2011)

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • Mad Men: A Little Kiss– Don gets a surprise, Pete and Roger butt heads, and Joan clashes with a houseguest in the Season 5 premiere (2012)
  • Archer: Space Race– Archer and his colleagues at ISIS voyage to the final frontier in an effort to prevent a catastrophe on the International Space Station (2012)
  • Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close– An inventive eleven year-old discovers a key in his deceased father’s belongings and sets off on an urgent search across New York to find the matching lock (2011)
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  • Nathaniel Richmond

    I’ve found a movie provider that can give me access to all of these TV shows and movies by streaming and by mail and 20 premium HD channels. I can stream thousands of new release movies to my TV and PC. I have 100,000 titles to choose from by mail, which includes games, TV shows, movies and blu-rays. Blu-rays are at no additional charge unlike with Netflix and there are 3,000 games titles to choose from. A DISH co-worker told me that I could get all of this for being a DISH customer for only $9.99/mo. This is called Blockbuster@Home and Blockbuster gets their new releases 28 days before Netflix and Redbox. I’m so happy to be able to have this package and this offer out beats any offer Hulu, Netflix, Crackle or Amazon has to offer.

    • Dug1016

      DIsh stinks….

  • Jellybean

    Dish doesn’t work when the weather is bad.

  • You ain’t seen nothing yet until you see it on a 120″ screen by way of a 1080p projector. I can’t wait for 4K! 😀 Not 3D…4K, baby! 2160p HD and 250+ ppi pixel density.MMmmmhhhh…

  • Brooks Bubba

    would love to see joyce meyer channel. It is the only thing I miss since I left dish.

  • Hywayroad

    I too would love to see Joyce Myer and Daystar programming

  • Anonymous

    Whoooa, I think I would love all the releases.
    I prefer those in Amazon’s thanks for letting me know.

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