Fall is in the air, and we’re looking forward to changing leaves, crisp breezes, and cozy movie nights. This week’s epic lineup of new releases is perfect for the latter – cuddle up on the couch and enjoy. Happy streaming!

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • The Cabin In The Woods- Purchase this unconventional thriller in HD before it’s available on DVD and Blu-Ray, or wait two weeks and rent it – either way, prepare to have your mind blown. (2012)
  • The Five-Year Engagement– An irreverent, goofy romantic comedy about an engaged couple who keep getting tripped up on their long walk down the aisle. (2012)
  • Girlfriend Confidential: LA Season 1– Four successful best friends help each other navigate the tumultuous waters of love, celebrity life and the entertainment industry. (2011)

Amazon Prime Instant Video New Releases:

  • Super 8– A group of young movie-makers stumble upon a catastrophic train crash and soon discover that it’s just one piece of a larger, much more terrifying truth. (2011)
  • Iron Man 2– Robert Downey Jr. returns as beloved billionaire bachelor Tony Stark in a solid sequel to the superhero blockbuster. (2010)
  • True Grit– The Coen brothers’ classic western remake delivers on all fronts with great acting, beautiful cinematography and the perfect balance of comedy and adventure. (2010)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • Grimm: Quill– While investigating an accident site, Nick comes upon a bizarre and gruesome disease that is spreading quickly. (2012)
  • The Promise: Pilot– This gripping new Hulu exclusive series examines the origins of the Middle East conflict in events that took place under British rule sixty years ago. (2012)
  • Hotel Hell: The Roosevelt– Ramsay checks into the Roosevelt Inn, a former elementary school that’s now over $1 million in debt. (2012)

Netflix New Releases:

  • Scandal Season 1– Sleep with an intern? Accused of murder? Olivia Pope and her crisis management team can keep any skeleton in the closet. (2012)
  • Braveheart– “Every man dies; not every man really lives.” Mel Gibson’s Oscar-winning medieval drama is still one of our all-time favorites. (1995)
  • Tommy Boy– Holy Schnikes! Chris Farley and David Spade’s raunchy 90’s comedy brings out the inner teenager in all of us. (1995)

Crackle New Releases:

  • The Devil’s Chair– A twisted, tightly-wound supernatural horror flick splattered with inventively gory special effects. (2008)
  • We Own the Night– A-list talent led by Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Wahlberg show their mettle in a cool cops and robbers riff on Cain & Abel. (2007)
  • Donnie Brasco– Johnny Depp and Al Pacino’s riveting chemistry takes this gripping, faithfully fact-based mobster masterpiece to another level. (1997)

Fandor New Releases:

  • PressPausePlay– This documentary explores the digital revolution of the last decade, featuring interviews with filmmaker Lena Dunham (Tiny Furniture), Swedish pop singer Robyn, Napster-founder Sean Parker and more. (2011)
  • Art House– Starring indie darling Greta Gerwig and The Stooges’ Iggy Pop, this indie comedy takes place in an artist-inhabited communal house that is slated to be turned into housing for the college golf team. (2010)
  • Slug 660– Director Todd Rohal delivers an avant-garde working-class tale that’s like The Grapes of Wrath but dirtier. (1998)
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  • James

    Your new channel page is good. But, it is wearing my remote out by constantly having to go from ‘My Channels” to, well, my channels. If I want to check options, I can do that. Most of the time, I want to access my channels. Secondly, that ‘billboard’ on the right side rarely catches my attention. Sure, i know it’s there, but I do not look at it. This ad would be better put back at the bottom as it had been (I noticed and used it more in that position, too.). And, that would also mean that more channel selection (an additional three) could be displayed helping me find my channels. J.