On Demand DVD New Releases: Sept. 12-18
31 From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie comes a story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped and forced to fight for their lives against an endless parade of homicidal maniacs. Sheri Moon Zombie, Meg Foster (R, 1:42) 9/16 Pre-theatrical release
Captain America: Civil War The Avengers try to save as many people as they can, but it is not always possible. Political oversight threatens to rein in their action and the team is divided. Some align with Steve Rogers, who takes issue with the government regulations, while others back Tony Stark, who welcomes increased accountability. Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson (PG-13, 2:27) 9/13
Cardboard Boxer Willie is coerced by two teens to fight other men for cash. Now involved in a world he can’t understand and with few human connections beyond a girl’s diary he found, Willie struggles. Thomas Haden Church, Terrence Howard (NR, 1:28) 9/13 Available same day as theatrical release.
The Conjuring 2 (pictured above) In 2013, moviegoers were introduced to two of the most prolific paranormal investigators in history, Ed and Lorraine Warren. Digging deeper into their files, we now delve into the most documented case in paranormal history. The Warrens’ investigation into the story known as England’s Amityville will lead to deeper and darker realities. Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Madison Wolfe (R, 2:14) 9/13
The Good Neighbor Two teenage boys push an elderly neighbor further and further in order to get a reaction. They realize too late that the man they’re manipulating is the last person they should’ve chosen. James Caan, Logan Miller (R, 1:37) 9/16 Available same day as theatrical release.
Standing Tall Abandoned by his mother, Malony is in and out of juvenile court. An adoptive family, a children’s magistrate, and a caseworker band together to save him. Catherine Deneuve, Rod Paradot (R, 1:59) 9/13 French, subtitled in English.
Brother Nature Roger (Taran Killam), an ambitious, conservative, control freak is about to propose to the girl of his dreams, Gwen (Gillian Jacobs), while at her family’s lake house for a week. Also stars Bobby Moynihan (R, 1:37)
For the Love of Spock A look at the enduring impression left by actor Leonard Nimoy and his portrayal of Spock in Star Trek. Leonard Nimoy, Simon Pegg (NR, 1:40)
Ithaca Fourteen-year-old Homer Macauley is a WWII bicycle telegraph messenger who delivers messages of love, hope and death to the people of Ithaca. Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan (PG, 1:36)
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