Gloomy winter weather is in full force, but being stuck indoors doesn’t have to ruin your weekend! Brighten up your rainy day with our awesome lineup of new releases – you just might forget about the storm clouds outside. Happy streaming!

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • Total Recall– Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale star in an action-packed remake of the original 1990 Schwarzenegger flick. (2012)
  • Lawless– Based on the novel “The Wettest County in the World,” this Prohibition-era crime drama follows the infamous bootlegging Bondurant Brothers as they make a run for the American Dream. (2012)
  • American Horror Story Season 2– The twisted saga continues with a new cast of characters and a creepy new location. (2012)

Amazon Prime Instant Video New Releases:

  • The Terminator– Ahhnold is unforgettable as a murderous, muscle-bound cyborg in one of the greatest Sci-Fi films of all time. (1984)
  • Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans– A drug-addled detective investigates the killing of five Senegalese immigrants in post-Katrina New Orleans. (2009)
  • Bullitt– 60’s heartthrob Steve McQueen stars as a cop assigned to guard a star witness, but the real star of this classic thriller is a legendary car chase through the streets of San Francisco. (1986)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • The Mindy Project: Teen Patient– Mindy is put in a tight spot. (2012)
  • Parks and Recreation: Pawnee Commons– Leslie makes a public appeal for park design suggestions, but becomes suspicious when the best design comes from an architect in Eagleton. (2012)
  • Family Guy: Joe’s Revenge– The guys seek justice for Joe. (2012)

Netflix New Releases:

  • American Horror Story Season 1– This stylish, wacky and thrillingly addictive psychodrama will keep you on the edge of your seat with twisted love and murderous revenge. (2011)
  • Hugo– A lonely orphan discovers a secret left by his father and embarks on a quest that will change his life in this visually stunning film for all ages. (2011)
  • The King’s Speech– Britain’s King George VI struggles with an embarrassing stutter for years until he seeks help from unorthodox Australian speech therapist in this Academy Award-winning biographical drama. (2011)

Crackle New Releases:

  • Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story– The kooky faux biopic of troubled fictional music legend Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) will be available for streaming Dec 1. (2007)
  • Legends of the Fall– This epic period drama featuring an all-star cast including Anthony Hopkins and Brad Pitt will be available for streaming December 1. (1994)
  • Seinfeld: The Strike Better known as the Festivus episode, this hilarious Seinfeld classic will be available for streaming Dec 1. (1997)

Fandor New Releases:

  • Satan’s Sadists– Fans of 70s shlock, motorcycle gang shenanigans and ‘Twin Peaks’ star Russ Tamblyn will revel in this gem from cult exploitation master Al Adamson. (1969)
  • Isadora Duncan– This unsentimental portrait of the complex and charismatic “Mother of Modern Dance” traces the life and artistic development of San Francisco-born Isadora Duncan. (1989)
  • X: The Unheard Music– This documentary mixes live performances with footage from record stores and old TV shows to tell the story of iconic Los Angeles punk band X. (1985)
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  • ianb

    Anybody else get screwed arounf on the Thanksgiving order special????

  • ianb

    So far the ‘support’ folks are a wastle of time and space! 5 emails and they still donlt get the problem… What does it take to get an order right???????????????????????????????????

  • When are we going to get Netflix- Just for Kids, Amazon- Just for Kids, Vudu- Just for Kids?

  • Tang

    Hi, Roku, I have sent a mail to your email for your products, please check your And my email is Looking forward for your reply.

  • rhett1butler

    Got Roku for Christmas and looked forward to uninterrupted viewing but had to drop out of Sanford and Sons after third commercial on Crackle. Tell me again. Roku is better than regular tv … how,exactly?

  • cybear

    Any idea when we can expect to see the network tv channels (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS, CW) to replay or catch up on missed episodes of over the air television? Should also push to have every HD cable channel, TLC, MGM, HDNet Movies, AMC, USA, TNT, FX, TBS, Golf Channel, Universal, Food Network, etc.

  • tom

    i had an apple tv the last gen apple tv it had more netflix movies the search engine was better to find movies ,when you picked a movie it displayed like movies it had more categories and the categories had moe than 50 movies each plus i could not find movie that i had recenty on the apple tv less than a week ago i have a roku 2 it is 5 days old . its faster the picture is better the remote is better its easy too set up but there isnt youtube either so its not a matter of upgrades its a more logical interface that is needed the processing power is there this took me foever to type because im a bad speller and had too use my smartphone too check spelling but too me seing an easier way to coplete a task is obvious., beer should be sold 24 hours a day seven days a week if its legal anyway.

  • Tyler Davis

    I like Hulu, and Netflix, but the value of prime is built in with the free shipping and all the music, books, shows and movies you get. It’s really above and beyond. I was on the fence about which to put my money but I went with prime. The reason for this was the informative page, and Devon’s youtube video, they really explained things to me…I’m not that computer savvy. It helped me set up my free trial also. Thanks for the great article and discussion!