Top 25 Rentals of October 2013
Haven't seen them yet? There's still time. Our 25 most popular movies of the past month.
1. The Heat
2. Homeland, Season 2
3. The Croods
4. This Is the End
5. The Hangover, Part 3
6. The Frozen Ground
7. Pacific Rim
8. After Earth
9. World War Z
10. The Way, Way Back
11. Now You See Me
12. The Internship
13. Behind the Candelabra
14. Homeland, Season 1
15. Iron Man 3
16. The Conjuring
18. Game of Thrones, Season 1
19. The Purge
20. Star Trek: Into Darkness
21. Parade's End
22. The Great Gatsby
23. Pain and Gain
24. Stuck in Love
Stock up on Halloween movies tonight -- titles from our Horror and Sci-Fi/Fantasy sections rent for just $1 each today!
Fairly Legal, Season 2
Falling Skies, Season 2
Holy Rollers: The True Story of Card-Counting Christians
Home Alone: The Holiday Heist
R. I. P. D.
Supernatural, Season 8
The Trouble With Bliss
White Collar, Season 4
Wilfred, Season 2
(Save Some) Money Monday @ Jet Video
All day today, it's rent one; get one free (or a second new release for half price).
Here are dates for the DVD releases of some of this year's biggest films and series. Typically, new movies are released on Tuesdays, though once in a while you'll see a Friday or Saturday release.
Monsters University - TOMORROW
White House Down; Mad Men, Season 6 - Nov. 5
Man of Steel; Turbo; Dexter, Final Season - Nov. 12
We're the Millers; Planes; Two Guns; The World's End - Nov. 19
Red 2; Jobs; Breaking Bad, Final Season - Nov. 26
The Wolverine; Smurfs 2 - Dec. 3
Despicable Me 2; Fast and Furious 6 - Dec. 10
Elysium; Percy Jackson & the Sea Monsters; The Family; Kick-Ass 2; Justified, Season 4 - Dec. 17
Suspenseful Saturday @ Jet Video
Saturdays at Jet Video, all titles from our Action and Suspense sections rent for $1 each. Check some out with your new releases!
Fridays at Jet Video, titles from our Foreign section rent for $1 each. This week's spotlight is on director Leos Carax's surreal feature, "Holy Motors," which emerged earlier this year as one of the better-reviewed (and strangest) foreign-language titles.
The film follows the mysterious M. Oscar, who changes into numerous characters from scene to scene. Who is he? What are his motivations? The plot follows a Lynchian, dream-like logic as it pulls the viewer through a wide variety of bewilderingly intense sequences spanning a number of diverse genres. Worth a watch!