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The Amazing Human Body (2018, PBS Documentary)
(widescreen)
This three-part series uses cutting-edge graphics to reveal the surprisingly beautiful biological processes that keep one alive. Discover the ingenious ways your body develops, adapts, and endures, and witness the fascinating and finely tuned systems that keep one’s body motoring, and the scientists guessing.

 

Arctic (2019, Drama: Survival. Director: Joe Penna)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Mads Mikkelsen, Maria Thelma Smaradottir
A man stranded after a plane crash must decide if he should undertake a trek into the unknown in hopes of rescue or remain in his self-made camp that provides relative safety.

 

Beautifully Broken (2018, Drama: Spiritual, Dir. Eric Welch)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Benjamin A. Onyango, Scott William Winters, Emily Hahn, Caitlin Nicol-Thomas, Michael W. Smith, Eric Roberts
A refugee’s escape, a prisoner’s promise, and a daughter’s painful secret converge in this inspiring real life story of hope. As three fathers fight to save their families, their lives become intertwined in an unlikely journey across the globe, where they learn the healing power of forgiveness and reconciliation.

 

Black Lightning: The Complete First Season (2018, Drama: TV Action/Adventure)
(widescreen, NR, DC Live-Action Series)
Starring: Cress Williams, China Anne McClain, Nafessa Williams, Christine Adams, Marvin ‘Krondon’ Jones, Damon Gupton, James Remar, Charlbi Dean Kriek, Skye P. Marshall,William Catlett
Jefferson Pierce is a man wrestling with a secret. As the father of two daughters and principal of a charter high school that also serves as a safe haven for young people in a neighborhood overrun by gang violence, he is a hero to his community. Nine years ago, Pierce was a hero of a different sort. Gifted with the superhuman power to harness and control electricity, he used those powers to keep his hometown streets safe as the masked vigilante Black Lightning.

 

Bohemian Rhapsody (2019, Music Docu-drama, Dir. Bryan Singer & Dexter Fletcher)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Allen Leech, Tom Hollander
A chronicle of Freddie Mercury and the band Queen during the years leading up to their appearance at the 1985 Live Aid concert.

 

Capernaum (2019, Arabic Drama: Middle Eastern, Dir. Nadine Labaki)
(widescreen, R, in Arabic with subtitles)
Starring: Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shiferaw, Boluwatife Treasure Bankole
After fleeing his negligent and abusive parents, a hardened, streetwise twelve-year-old boy sues them to protest the life they’ve given him. Lebanon’s entry into 2019 Academy Awards as Best Foreign Film.

 

Castlevania Season 1 (2018, Adult Anime Television Series: Horror)
(widescreen, TV-MA)
Starring:  Richard Armitage, James Callis, Alejandra Reynoso
Trevor Belmont, embittered and excommunicated, finds himself drawn into a battle for the survival of Europe; a region that has brought doom upon itself by taking away the one thing its greatest monster loved.

 

Cold Pursuit (2019, Drama: Action/Adventure/Thriller. Director: Hans Petter Moland)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Emmy Rossum, Liam Neeson, Laura Dern, David O’Hara, Tom Bateman, Domenick Lombardozzi, Julia Jones, William Forsythe, Elysia Rotaru, Victor Zinck Jr.
Nels Coxman is a family man whose quiet life with his wife is upended following the mysterious death of their son. Nels’s search for justice turns into a vengeful hunt for Viking, a drug lord he believes is connected to the death. As Viking’s associates ‘disappear,’ Nels goes from upstanding citizen to ice-cold vigilante, letting nothing, and no one gets in his way.

 

Cradle Will Rock (1999/2018 release, Drama: American Political Period Film, Dir. Tim Robbins)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Hank Azaria, Ruben Blades, Joan Cusack, John Cusack, Cary Elwes, Bill Murray, Vanessa Redgrave, Susan Sarandon, Angus Macfadyen, Emily Watson, John Turturro
Powerful and sweeping, the critically acclaimed film takes a kaleidoscopic look at the extraordinary events of 1930s America. A time when a young Orson Welles and a troupe of passionate actors risk everything to perform the infamous musical ‘The Cradle Will Rock’. As threats to their freedom and livelihood loom larger, they refuse to give in to censorship.

 

Criminal Minds: The 13th Season (2018, Award-winning TV Crime/Legal Drama)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Thomas Gibson, Joe Mantegna, A. J. Cook, Matthew Gray Gubler, Shemar Moore, Jeanne Triplehorn, Kirsten Vangsness, Gary Sinise, Anna Gunn
Unforeseen threats lead to sudden changes on the team, beginning with the addition of Luke Alvez, whose fugitive tracking skills are put to the test on day one. Emily Prentiss returns from London to take over as the new Unit Chief, joined by Stephen Walker, a seasoned profiler in his own right. This new team must learn to work together to stop the killers, psychopaths, masterminds, hackers, abductors and other dangerous perpetrators that await them in these 22 mind-blowing episodes.

 

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 (2018, TV Action/Adventure Series)
(widescreen, NR, DC Live-Action Series)
Starring:  Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Amy Pemberton, Dominic Purcell, Franz Drameh, Victor Garber
After defeating the Legion of Doom, the heroes face a new threat created by their actions. By revisiting a moment in time that they had already participated in, they’ve essentially fractured the timeline and created anachronisms all across time! In Season Three, the Legends must find a way to return all the anachronisms to their original timelines before the time stream falls apart.

 

Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy (2018, HBO Documentary, Dir. Ashley Gething)
(widescreen, TV-G)
Nearly 20 years after the death of Princess Diana, her sons and heirs, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, look back on the life and work of their remarkable mother, and how her influence shaped their lives.

 

Discreet (2018, Drama, Director: Travis Mathews)
(widescreen)
Starring: Jonny Mars, Atsuko Okatsuka, Joy Cunningham, Jordan Elsass, Joao Federici, Ed Hattaway
After years in hiding and struggling to control his demons, an eccentric drifter returns home and discovers that his childhood abuser, the center of his pain, is still alive. Armed with this knowledge, the drifter plots his revenge, all the while navigating the perilous land of masculine fragility in modern-day America.

 

Drugs As Weapons Against Us: The CIA War on Musicians and Activists (2019, Award-winning Documentary/Health-Substance Abuse, Director: John L. Potash)
(widescreen, NR)
Evidence supports that the CIA manipulated musicians and activists to promote drugs for social control, particularly targeting those involved in the Civil Rights and anti-war movements. Resistance was often met with deadly targeting.

 

East West 101: Series 1 (2007/2018, Australian Drama: Mystery/Crime; Dir. Peter Andrikidis)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Don Hany, Susie Porter, Aaron Fa’Aoso, William McLnnes, Daniela Farinacci, Renee Lim
Zane Malik is a young detective at the Major Crime Squad in Sydney, Australia. He’s also a Muslim, in a post-9/11 world where such an identity automatically arouses suspicion and fear. He’s a good husband and father and a dedicated cop with one main problem on the job: Detective Sergeant Ray Crowley. Crowley’s an old school policeman for whom rules and regulations play a poor second to getting results.

 

Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (1972/2018, German TV Series, Dir. Rainer W. Fassbinder)
(fullscreen, German with English subtitles, Criterion Collection)
Starring: Gottfried John, Hanna Schygulla, Luise Ullrich, Werner Finck
Over the course of several hours, the sprawling story tracks the everyday triumphs and travails of the young toolmaker Jochen and many of the people populating his world, including the woman he loves, his eccentric nuclear family, and his fellow workers, with whom he bands together to improve conditions on the factory floor. The film rates as a true discovery, one of Fassbinder’s earliest and most tender experiments with the possibilities of melodrama.

 

Fear The Walking Dead Season 4 (2019, Television Drama: Horror/Zombies)
(widescreen)
Starring: Kim Dickens, Lennie James, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Garret Dilahunt, Jenna Elfman, Danay Garcia, Maggie Grace

 

Glass (2019, Drama: Mystery/Sci-fi, Dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
(widescreen, PG-13, DVD and Blu-ray)
Starring: Sarah Paulson, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Anya Taylor-Joy, James McAvoy, Luke Kirby, Spencer Treat Clark
After the conclusion of the film Split, David Dunn pursues The Beast, which is Kevin Crumb’s superhuman personality. The encounters with The Beast escalate as Elijah Price materializes as an orchestrator who knows critical secrets about both, Dunn and Crumb.

 

Goldstone (2018, Award-winning Australian Drama: Suspense/Thriller, Dir. Ivan Sen)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Aaron Pedersen, Alex Russell, Jacki Weaver, David Wenham, David Gulpilil, Cheng Pei-Pei
Indigenous Detective Jay Swan arrives in the frontier town of Goldstone on a missing persons inquiry. What seems like a simple investigation opens a web of crime, corruption, trampling of indigenous people’s land rights, and human trafficking. Jay must pull his life together and bury his differences with young local cop Josh, so together they can bring justice to Goldstone.

 

Free Solo (2019, Sports Documentary. Directors: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi)
(widescreen, PG-13, National Geographic)
Starring: Alex Honnold, Jimmy Chin, Tommy Caldwell
Despite attempts by his friends, loved ones and his new girlfriend to dissuade him from this dangerous feat, Alex Honnold, the worlds most accomplished free soloist climber, prepares mentally and physically for his most daring adventure to date: scaling the 3200-foot El Capitan in Yosemite without a rope or safety gear. If he succeeds, it will mark the largest wall he, or anyone else, for that matter, has ascended without any kind of equipment.

 

Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer (2019, Drama: Courtroom/Police/Thriller, Director: Nick Searcy)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Dean Cain, Janine Turner, Nick Searcy, Sarah Jane Morris, Michael Beach, Kelly Brook
The film is the shocking true story of the investigation and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell and his 30-year killing spree and the political and media establishment that tried to cover it up. Originally investigated for illegal prescription drug sales, a raid by the DEA, FBI, and local law enforcement revealed crimes they could not have expected within the clinic.

 

Hello Again (2018, Drama: Musical, Dir. Tom Gustafson)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Martha Plimpton, Sam Underwood, Nolan Gerard Funk
The lives of a restless soldier, a defiant nurse, a helpless college boy, a driven actress, and more intersect in this daisy- chained exploration of bittersweet love.

 

House of Cards Season 6 (2019, Television Crime/Legal Series)
(widescreen, TV-MA)
Starring: Robin Wright, Michael Kelly, Justin Doescher, Derek Cecil, Jayne Atkinson, Boris McGiver
After the death of her husband, Claire Underwood becomes the first female President of the United States. Regardless of the power Claire holds, she finds that she doesn’t have allies or friends, both outside and inside the White House.

 

If Beale Street Could Talk (2019, Drama: Romantic/Crime, Dir. Barry Jenkins)
(widescreen, Blu-ray, R)
Starring: KiKi Layne, Stephan James, Regina King, Colman Domingo, Teyonah Parris, Michael Beach, Aunjanue Ellis
A woman in Harlem attempts desperately to prove her fiancé is innocent of a crime while she is pregnant with their first child.

 
In Search of Greatness (2019, Documentary: Sports, Director: Gabe Polsky)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Wayne Gretzky, Jerry Rice, Pele, Ken Robinson, David Epstein
A cinematic journey to greatness through the eyes of well-known athletes such as Jerry Rice, Wayne Gretzky, Tom Brady, Serena Williams, and Muhammed Ali.

 

Jane the Virgin Season 4 (2018, Television Comedy Series)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Gina Rodriguez, Andrea Navedo, Justin Baldoni, Yael Grobglas, Ivonne Coll, Brett Dier, Jamie Camil
Jane Villanueva is married! However, briefly. Unfortunately, her new husband Michael is shot on their wedding night and dies from complications. We pick up on Jane’s life as a widow three years later and follow her on a new journey of being a published author, the twists and turns within her family, and her struggles to manage her little bundle of joy, her son, Mateo.

 

Manila in the Claws of Light (1975/2018, Award-winning Filipino Drama, Dir. Lino Brocka)
(widescreen, in Tagalog with English Subtitles, Criterion Collection)
Starring: Hilda Koronel, Bembol Roco, Lou Salvador Jr.
A young fisherman from a provincial village arrives in the capital on a quest to track down his girlfriend, who was lured there with the promise of work and hasn’t been heard from since. In the meantime, he takes a low-wage job at a construction site and witnesses’ life on the streets, where death strikes without warning, corruption and exploitation are commonplace, and protests hint at escalating civil unrest.

 

Maria by Callas (2019, Documentary: Biography, Director: Tom Volf)
(widescreen, PG, Blu-ray)
Starring: Fanny Ardant, Joyce DiDonato, Maria Callas
The first film to tell the life story of the legendary Greek-American opera singer completely in her own words.

 

Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. (2018, Biography: Artists, Director: Steve Loveridge)
(widescreen, NR, English with Tamil subtitles)
Drawn from a cache of personal video recordings from the past 22 years. A startlingly personal profile of the critically acclaimed artist, chronicling her remarkable journey from refugee immigrant to one of the most recognizable, outspoken and provocative voices in music today.

 

A Matter of Life and Death (1946/2018, Drama: British Classic.  Dirs. Michael Powell,
Emeric Pressburger
(fullscreen, Criterion Collection)
Starring: David Niven, Kim Hunter
After miraculously surviving a jump from his burning plane, RAF pilot Peter Carter encounters the American radio operator to whom he has just delivered his dying wishes and, face-to-face on a tranquil English beach, the pair fall in love. When a messenger from the afterlife arrives to correct the clerical error that spared his life, Peter must mount a fierce defense for his right to stay on earth.

 

The Miniaturist (2018, PBS Television Series: British Drama)
(widescreen)
Starring: Anya Taylor-Joy, Romola Garai, Hayley Squires, Alex Hassell, Caolan Byrne, Sally Messham
A woman moves to live with her new husband in seventeenth century Amsterdam, but soon discovers that not everything is what it seems.

 

Miss Bala (2019, Drama: Suspense/Thriller, Director: Catherine Hardwicke)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Gina Rodriguez, Anthony Mackie, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Matt Lauria, Thomas Dekker, Aislinn Derbez, Cristina Rodlo, Ricardo Abarca
Gloria finds a power she never knew she had when she is drawn into a dangerous world of cross-border crime. Surviving will require all of her cunning, inventiveness, and strength.

 

Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously (2018, Documentary: Biograpy. Dir. Patrick Meaney)
(widescreen, NR, Blu-ray)
Starring: Neil Gaiman, Bill Hader, Grant Morrison
Viewers can go along for the ride as Neil Gaiman embarks on his final signing tour, one last chance to talk to the fans who love his work and show his appreciation for their years of support.

 

Obey (2018, Drama: British Urban/Romantic. Director: Jamie Jones)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Marcus Rutherford, Sophie Kennedy-Clark, Sam Gittins, T’Nia Miller, James Atwell
The clashing of two very different worlds results in a tragic love story in the heady days leading up to the London riots of 2011.

 

An Ordinary Man (2018, Drama: War Suspense/Thriller, Director:  Brad Silberling)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Ben Kingsley, Hera Hilmar, Peter Serafinowicz, Robert Blythe, Bojan Bajcetic
An infamous war criminal and former general spending his life on the run from international authorities is suddenly moved to a new hideout, where he develops a relationship with the maid that looks after him. But when he discovers that she is actually an agent hired to protect him, he makes a decision that will drastically change both of their lives.

 

Overlord (2019, Suspense/Thriller: War Horror. Director: Julius Avery)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell, Mathilde Ollivier, Pilou Asbaek,
John Magaro, Iain De Caestecker

With only hours until D-Day, a small team of American para-troopers drops into Nazi-occupied France to carry out a mission that is crucial to the invasion’s success. These outnumbered GIs come face-to-face with enemies unlike any the world has ever seen.

 

The Paper Store (2018, Drama: Romantic, Director: Nicholas Gray)
(widescreen)
Starring: Stef Dawson, Penn Badgley, Richard Kind
In this revenge tale about a former college student who writes essays for cash, the client who becomes her lover, and the professor who finds out, things turn ugly quick.

 

A Place to Call Home Season 6 (2019, Australian TV Series, Dir. Catherine Miller and Jeremy Sims
(widescreen)
Starring: Marta Dusseldorp, Noni Hazelhurst, Brett Climo, Craig Hall, David Berry, Abby Earl, Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood, Sara Wiseman, Frankie J. Holden
In the final season, Sarah Nordmann finally marries wealthy landowner George Bligh. But as Sarah takes her place as lady of Ash Park, George’s mother, Elizabeth, feels pushed out of the household. George’s son, James, returns from abroad to start a business, while his daughter, Anna, lives in Hawaii with her sister-in-law, hiding a secret from the family. The Bligh’s face tragedies, betrayals, and new beginnings that will challenge their relationships and change the courses of their lives.

 

The Possession of Hannah Grace(2019, Suspense/Thriller: Horror,Dir. Diederik Van Rooijen)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Shay Mitchell, Grey Damon, Kirby Johnson, Nick Thune, Louis Herthum, Stana Katic
When Megan, a cop who is fresh out of rehab, takes the graveyard shift in the morgue at the city hospital, she faces multiple strange, violent events. The events are caused by an entity in a corpse. Includes French audio description.

 

Prince of Tides (1991, Drama: Family/Romantic, Director: Barbra Steisand)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Barbra Streisand, Nick Nolte, Blythe Danner, Kate Nelligan, Melinda Dillon, Jeroen Krabbe
A troubled man talks to his suicidal sister’s psychologist about their family history and falls in love with her in the process. Nick Nolte won the Golden Globe for Best Male Actor for his work in this movie.

 

The Purge Season 1 (2019, Television Horror/Sci-Fi Series)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Gabriel Chavarria, Hannah Emily Anderson, Jessica Garza
During a twelve-hour period when all crime, including murder, is legal, a group of seemingly unrelated characters cross paths in a city in an altered America. As each character is forced to reckon with their past and plot how to better their futures, they soon discover how far they will go on Purge Night.

 

Robin Hood (2019, Action/Adventure, Director: Otto Bathurst)

(widescreen, PG-13)

Starring: Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson, Jamie Dornan, Tim Minchin, Paul Anderson, F. Murray Abraham

An action-packed retelling of the classic legend filled with thrilling battle sequences, mind-blowing fight choreography, and epic adventure. Returning home from the Crusades, Robin of Loxley finds his country oppressed by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. With the help of Moorish warrior Little John, Robin transforms into a heroic outlaw, taking up arms to fight the sheriff and win the heart of his love, Maid Marian.

 

Sacred (2018, PBS Television Documentary, Director: Thomas Lennon)
(widescreen, TV-14)
A documentary film that draws on the work of filmmakers around the world to explore religious experiences and rituals as they relate to the life cycle: birth, adolescence, marriage, old age, death, and other key passages of life. Directed by Academy Award winner Thomas Lennon.

 

Searching for Ingmar Bergman (2019, Documentary-Biography. Dir. Margarethe Von Trotta)
(widescreen, German)
On the 100th anniversary of his birth, internationally renowned director Margarethe von Trotta examines Ingmar Bergman’s life and work with a circle of his closest collaborators as well as a new generation of filmmakers. This documentary presents key components of his legacy, as it retraces themes that recurred in his life and art and takes us to the places that were central to Bergman’s creative achievements.

 

Second Act (2019, Drama: Romantic Comedy, Dir. Peter Segal)
(widescreen, R, DVD and Blu-ray)
strong>Starring: Jennifer Lopez, Vanessa Hudgens, Milo Ventimiglia, Leah Remini, Treat Williams, Natasha Romanova
A big box store worker, Maya, reinvents her life story to land a job in the corporate side of the company she works for. After the aid of a fabricated resume and social network profile, she is offered the position. She accepts the position to try to prove what street smarts can do.

 

Shoplifters (2019, Drama—Japanese, Director: Hirokazu Koreeda)
(widescreen, R, Japanese with English subtitles)
Starring: Lily Franky, Sakura Ando, Mayu Matsuoka, Kiki Kilin, Jyo Kairi
On the margins of Tokyo, a dysfunctional band of outsiders is united by fierce loyalty, a penchant for petty theft, and playful grifting. When the young son is arrested, secrets are exposed that upend their tenuous, below-the-radar existence.
Japan’s 2019 entry as Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards.

 

Sinking Cities (2019, PBS Documentary)
(widescreen)
As the Earth warms, sea levels rise, and super-storms become more frequent and intense, many major coastal cities will soon be under water. Sinking Cities shows New York, London, Tokyo, and Miami preparing for the real-time impact of rising seas and devising colossal new construction projects and groundbreaking solutions aimed at securing their future.

 

Stan & Ollie (2019, Award-winning Drama: Comedy. Director: Jon S. Baird)
(widescreen, PG)
Starring: John C. Reilly, Steve Coogan, Shirley Henderson, Stephanie Hyam, Danny Huston, Nina Arianda, Susy Kane, Rufus Jones
One of the world’s great comedy teams set out on a variety hall tour of Britain in 1953. Diminished by age and with their golden era as the kings of Hollywood comedy now behind them, they face an uncertain future. As the charm and beauty of their performances shine through, they re-connect with their adoring fans. The tour becomes a hit, but Stan and Ollie can’t quite shake the specter of Laurel and Hardy’s past; the long-buried ghosts, coupled with Oliver’s failing health.

 

A Story from Chikamatsu (1954/2018,  Japanese Drama-Award-winning Classic. Director: Kenji Mizoguchi. (fullscreen, Black & White, Japanese with English subtitles, Criterion Collection)
Starring: Kyoko Kagawa, Kazuo Hasegawa
An exquisitely moving tale of forbidden love struggling to survive in the face of persecution. Based on a classic of eighteenth-century Japanese drama, the film traces the injustices that befall a Kyoto scroll maker’s wife and his apprentice after each is unfairly accused of wrongdoing. Bound by fate in an illicit, star-crossed romance, they go on the run in search of refuge from the punishment prescribed them: death.

 

Studio 54 (2019, Documentary, Director: Matt Tyrnauer)
(widescreen)
Starring: Steve Rubell, Ian Schrager, Jack Dushey
For 33 months, from 1977 to 1980, the nightclub was the place to be seen in Manhattan. A haven of hedonism, tolerance, glitz and glamour, the club was very hard to gain entrance to and impossible to ignore, with news of who was there filling the gossip columns daily. Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, two college friends from Brooklyn, succeeded in creating the ultimate escapist fantasy in the heart of the theater district.

 

Succession-Season 1 (2018, Television Drama)
(widescreen, TV-MA)
Starring: Hiam Abbass, Nicholas Braun, Brian Cox
Succession follows a dysfunctional American global-media family.

 

Time Regained (1999/2018, Award-winning French Drama, Director: Raul Ruiz)
(widescreen, NR, French with English subtitles)
Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Emmanuelle Beart, Vincent Perez, John Malkovich, Marcello Mozzarella, Chiara Mastroianni
Raul Ruiz’s most ambitious literary adaptation and considered his greatest cinematic achievement. The movie distills all of Marcel Proust’s iconic In Search of Lost Time into a single epic feature.

 

Trapeze (1956/2018, Classic Drama: Circus/Romance, Director: Carol Reed)
(widescreen, NR)
Starring: Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis, Gina Lollobrigida, Thomas Gomez, Minor Watson
A triangle of lovers in a powerful drama set against the magnificent background of a European circus. Filmed on location in Paris, it has been acclaimed as one of the most spectacular and authentic circus movies ever made.

 

Universal Classic Monsters Collection (2015, Horror Classics Directors: Karl Freund and
Tod Browning)
(fullscreen, NR)
Starring: Bela Lugosi, Helen Chandler, Boris Karloff
The collection includes the following six classic monster original films: Dracula; Frankenstein; The Wolf Man; The Invisible Man; The Bride of Frankenstein; and The Mummy.

 

The Upside (2019, Drama: Comedy, Director: Neil Burger)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Nicole Kidman, Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston, Julianna Margulies, Golshifteh Farahani, Tate Donovan
A comedic view on the relationship that develops between an unemployed man with a criminal record and the wealthy, quadriplegic man who hires him to be his caregiver. Remake of 2013 French film, The Intouchables.
 

Vera Set 8 (2018, BBC Television Drama Series: Crime/Legal)
(widescreen)
Starring: Brenda Blethyn, Kenny Doughty, Jon Morrison
As disheveled and indomitable as ever, DCI Vera Stanhope leads her tightly knit team of Northumberland police through four more daunting cases. No one seems to know anything about the police officer whose body turns up in a slaughterhouse incinerator, the woman killed in a car crash meant to look like an accident, the suburban neighbor found dead in her back garden, and the teenager whose body floats to the surface of a reservoir. How will Vera break the silence to find their killers?

 

Welcome to Marwen (2019, Drama: Comedy. Director Roger Zameckis)
(widescreen, PG-13, DVD and Blu-ray)
Starring: Steve Carell, Eiza Gonzalez, Janelle Monae, Diane Kruger, Leslie Mann, Gwendoline Christie
After a brutal attack, Mark Hogancamp finds solace in art. He uses his beautiful and unique therapeutic outlet to help him through the recovery process.

 

What Men Want (2019, Fantasy: Romantic Comedy, Director: Adam Shankman)
(widescreen, R)
Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Max Greenfield, Kellan Lutz,

Pete Davidson, Aldis Hodge, Shaquille O’Neal, Josh Brener, Richard Roundtree
Ali Davis is left on the outside by her fellow sports agents because she is a woman in a male-dominated profession, but she acquires an unexpected edge when she develops the ability to hear men’s thoughts.

 

Who We Are Now (2018, Drama, Director: Matthew Newton)
(widescreen)
Starring: Julianne Nicholson, Emma Roberts, Zachary Quinto, Jimmy Smits, Jess Weixler, Jason Biggs, Lea Thompson

Recently released from prison, Beth is working with her public defender to get her son back from her sister, who was awarded legal custody while Beth was incarcerated for ten years. Soon after, she forms an unlikely alliance with Jess, an idealistic young protégé of the public defense team, who decides to take on Beth’s cause, whether Beth likes it or not.

 

The Woman in White (2018, British TV PBS Mini Series: Crime/Legal/Suspense/Thriller)
(widescreen)
Starring: Jessie Buckley, Ben Hardy, Olivia Vinall, Dougray Scott, Riccardo Scamarcio,
Tells of a pair of half-sisters whose lives end up caught in a grand conspiracy revolving around a mentally ill woman dressed in white. As the story unfolds, murder, love, marriage, and greed stand between the two women and happy lives. Their only hope is the secret the woman in white waits to tell them.

 

The World Before Your Feet (2019, Documentary, Director: Jeremy Workman)
(widescreen, PG-13)
Starring: Matt Green
There are 8,000 miles of roads and paths in New York City, and for the past six years, Matt Green has been walking them all, every street, park, cemetery, beach, and bridge. It’s a five-borough journey that stretches from the barbershops of the Bronx to the forests of Staten Island, from the Statue of Liberty to Times Square, with Matt amassing a surprisingly detailed knowledge of New York’s history and people along the way.