On Demand DVD New Releases Sept. 5-11
Being Charlie A teen breaks out of rehab and faces issues with his family and girlfriend. Directed by Rob Reiner (Stand By Me). Nick Robinson, Cary Elwes Common (R, 1:37) 9/6 Pre-DVD release.
A Bigger Splash A famous rock star and a filmmaker are on vacation when an old friend and his daughter unexpectedly visit. The visit leads to jealousy, passion and danger that impact all of those involved. Tilda Swinton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Ralph Fiennes (R, 2:05) 9/6
The Darkness While vacationing in the Grand Canyon, the Taylor family hikes and tells stories that sometimes get a little creepy. But this family didn’t expect a supernatural presence to follow them home. Strange things start happening as the family begins digging into the canyon’s history and an artifact found there. Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell, Lucy Fry (PG-13, 1:32) 9/6
Genius Max Perkins is a book editor at Scribner overseeing the works of a number of beloved authors, including Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald. But the new author he is working with, Thomas Wolfe, may be his most challenging relationship yet. Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman (PG-13, 1:44) 9/6
The Meddler (pictured above) A widow attempts to start a new life by moving across the country to be closer to her daughter in Los Angeles. While in sunny California, she involves herself in all aspects of her daughter’s life. This story of growth, relationships and the bond between family members shows what it sometimes takes to move on. Susan Sarandon, Rose Byrne, J.K. Simmons (PG-13, 1:40) 9/6
Money Monster Financial TV host Lee Gates is all over the airwaves. He boldly talks about money and the financial markets that drive the economy. Gates doesn’t follow any rules, but his over-the-top antics explode to the next level when Kyle — a disgruntled man who lost everything during the financial crisis — interrupts one of his typical rants. Now Gates will endure a live televised hostage crisis. Can he get the answers Kyle so desperately seeks? George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell (R, 1:38) 9/6
Other People This Sundance Film Festival favorite centers around a comedy writer, fresh off a breakup and having the worst year of his life, who returns to Sacramento to care for his dying mother. Molly Shannon, Jesse Plemons (NR, 1:37) 9/9 Available same day as theatrical release.
The Wailing In this thriller, a foreigner’s mysterious appearance in a village causes suspicion among locals which turns to hysteria when people begin killing each other for no reason. Jung-min Hwang, Do Won Kwak (NR, 2:36) 9/6 Pre-DVD release. Korean, subtitled in English.
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