SAME DAY AS THEATERSOctober 28, 2009



VOD not only offers PPV Movies that screened in theaters, but cutting edge, independent films the SAME DAY AS THEATERS. Whether you want to see films made outside the Hollywood system or future stars in breakout performances, see the latest from the film festival circuit in the comfort of your own home.


Antichrist (109 min)

How do you spell disturbing, yet engrossing drama in the woods with scenes you can not un-see? Lars Von Trier of course.

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AN EDUCATION Graduates to On Demand New Movies On Demand This WeekMay 10, 2010

AN EDUCATION Graduates to On Demand New Movies On Demand This Week

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures

New Films on VOD for the Week of May 10


An Education

This Academy Award nominated drama is set in post-war London and is about a romance between an older man and a school girl who has to choose between Oxford and her lover.

Carrey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard. PG-13 / 100 minutes / Available 5/14



Tooth Fairy

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Movies On Demand - February 2012 Preview - The IndiesJanuary 30, 2012

Movies On Demand - February 2012 Preview - The Indies
On Demand Weekly helps you browse through the New Movies On Demand (MOD) this month with our February preview!
By Britt Bensen

The Movies On Demand MOD February Preview of The Indies has arrived. Highlights of the new release schedule for January, 2012 include MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, FIREFLIES IN THE GARDEN, THE WAY, TAKE SHELTER and more. People who missed these highly-regarded titles can catch them on demand in February.

Almost every indie new release listed comes to Movies On Demand either before or the same day as DVD.

Enjoy On Demanding this month!

Indie Titles:

THE GUARD – Premieres January 3
R, Comedy
Brendan Gleeson, Don Cheadle

Same day as DVD

ANONYMOUS – Premieres February 7
PG-13, Thriller
Rhys Ifans, Vanessa Redgrave

Same day as DVD

FIREFLIES IN THE GARDEN – Premieres February 7
R, Drama
Ryan Reynolds, Willem Dafoe

Same day as DVD

THE WAY – Premieres February 9
PG-13, Comedy
Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez


TAKE SHELTER – Premieres February 14
R, Drama
Michael Shannon, Jessica Chastain

Same day as DVD

BRAKE – Premieres February 17
TV-MA, Action
Stephen Dorff, Chyler Leigh

Before theatrical release

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Willem Dafoe’s THE HUNTER - On DemandMarch 21, 2012

Magnolia Pictures

On Demand Weekly provides new movie reviews of hot movies on demand and from the POV of watching from the comfort of your home. Today’s review: THE HUNTER (Magnolia) .



By Chris Claro


With his stern mien and almost-feral eyes, Willem Dafoe has always conveyed a coiled-spring ferocity that he employs to make compelling and unpredictable choices on screen. Whether he’s working on popcorn flicks such as SPIDER-MAN and SPEED 2, or appearing in more refined fare like TOM & VIV and BASQUIAT, Dafoe never phones it in, infusing every part he plays with a single-minded intensity. In Daniel Nettheim’s new film, THE HUNTER, Dafoe puts his hot-wired charisma to good use as Martin David, a mercenary on assignment to track down one of the last Tasmanian tigers in existence.


Decamped to the Tasmanian outback, the solitary David bunks in the home of a woman and her two children. Lucy (Frances O’Connor, A.I.) is bedridden and depressed following the disappearance of her husband in the bush. Lucy’s kids, a loquacious girl and her silent brother, are sprites of the woods, caring for their mom without electricity or clean water. David’s arrival has far-reaching effects on Lucy and family, not all of them positive. His mission makes him the target of local loggers, who see his hunt as an encroachment on their territory. David is also viewed with suspicion by Jack (Sam Neill, JURASSIC PARK), who looks out for Lucy but has his own interests to protect.


Nettheim tells the story of David’s pursuit with an economy that befits such a spare tale. Robert Humphreys’ cinematography captures the sweeping vistas of the Tasmanian wilderness that reinforce the solitary aspect of David’s pursuit of the spectre-like beast and the script, by Alice Addison and Wain Fimeri, is concise and has a terseness that amps up the tension between Dafoe’s interloper and the leery locals.

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What Will Willem Dafoe Do On The LAST DAY ON EARTH?March 23, 2012

What Will Willem Dafoe Do On The LAST DAY ON EARTH?

IFC Films

On Demand Weekly provides new movie reviews of hot movies on demand from the POV of watching from the comfort of your home. Today’s review: 4:44 LAST DAY ON EARTH (IFC Films).


By Adam Schartoff


It’s the last day of life on the planet. You’ve only got a few hours left, what do you do with that time?

It’s a terrifying thought but a provocative one as well. On the heels of Lars von Trier’s MELANCHOLIA which explores that same question but on a more transcendental level, comes Abel Ferrara’s latest movie 4:44 LAST DAY ON EARTH. This movie, too, explores the question of what one might do with those precious last hours and provides the most outrageous answer of all... not much.


The film, staged almost like a one-set play, takes place almost entirely inside the Downtown NYC loft of couple former addict Cisco (a superb Willem Dafoe) and artist Tina (Natasha Lyonne). The In their remaining hours, the couple make love, Skype with family and friends, order in Chinese food, make love again, argue and forgive. While outside their window some desperate events are taking place, mostly it’s just business as usual; taxis driving passengers around, people walking the sidewalks, shops open for business.


It’s an intriguing idea and Ferrara shoots New York like New Yorkers see it.

Ferrara has generally been more concerned with more extreme vistas in past films.; most notably films like KING OF NEW YORK and BAD LIEUTENANT. But since GO GO TALES came out to less than an illustrious reception (wrongly so) a few years ago, Ferrara has toned down the volume and made a couple of feature length documentaries.

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