This Month's Picks

Home Again (BLU)

Home Again is a feel-good romcom about a newly separated wealthy woman who takes in three aspiring filmmakers, sparking romantic complications. Director Hallie Meyers-Shyer comes from romcom royalty and makes good use of it here; her parents Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyers are responsible for such hits as It’s Complicated , Something’s Gotta Give , and Father of the Bride . More

Asking Alexandria (CD)

Asking Alexandria
British metalcore band Asking Alexandria's self-titled release boasts the return of original singer Danny Worsnop after his 2015 departure. It's a well-produced sonic blast of aggressive and multi-layered guitars and synths with mature, self-assured lyrics. The songs move from infectious to gritty to crushing hard rock, with synth-heavy "Empire" emerging as a reflective, melodic standout. More
Genre: Rock

What Makes You Country (CD)

Luke Bryan
Don’t say Luke Bryan ain’t country enough. Yeah, there’s a legitimate hip-hop beat on the R&B-inspired hit single “Light Up.” Yes, his subject matter may venture beyond the topic of drinking and women every now and again. But whatever you do, don’t say Luke Bryan ain’t country enough, because he’s got words for you, buster, courtesy of the title track. “I got my dirt road cred when I was twelve, on a no cab trailer hauling them bales.” Darn right. Now here’s a thought we can all get behind: “It might not have been you, but I can’t judge, just be proud of what makes you country.” There’s room for everyone on What Makes You Country . Even you city slickers can dig that. More
Genre: Country

Conor Mcgregor: Notorious (DVD)

Notorious recounts Conor McGregor's thrilling rise from unemployed plumber to multiple UFC championship-winner. There are many candid moments from the charismatic underdog's early days, when he was living in his parents' basement and training hard, contrasted with the giddy success that followed. More

Trolls Holiday (DVD)

Trolls Holiday , based on the Dreamworks hit Trolls , is a Christmas special that aired on NBC November 24th, now available on DVD. Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, and Zooey Deschanel return to voice the lovable trolls, as Poppy tries to convince them all to invent a new holiday. More

Howl's Moving Castle (BLU)

Director Hayao Miyazaki's breathtaking animated fantasy is now available as a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, making the popular film more accessible to all. The pack includes an 8-page booklet with essays from the producer, as well as special features, such as interviews and storyboards.More

Better Watch Out (BLU)

Christmas horror-comedy film  Better Watch Out  is a home-invasion flick with unexpected twists and a star-turn by Olivia DeJonge ( The Visit ). For fans of classic jump-scares, gore, and black humor, amid a wealth of pop culture references. More

Despicable Me 3 (BLU)

In this "threequel," Gru teams up with his long-lost twin brother Dru to battle a revenge-seeking, former child star named Balthazar Bratt. There is plenty of comic relief, especially in the minions' disgust for Gru's refusal to return to villainhood, as well as a focus on the bonds of family.More

Logan Lucky (BLU)

Logan Lucky is a stylish and funny heist film starring Channing Tatum and Adam Driver as the down-on-their-luck Logan brothers who decide to rob a Nascar racetrack. Fans of Oceans 11 will be delighted to see Steven Soderbergh's clever return to the heist genre. More

Birth of the Dragon (BLU)

Birth of The Dragon is a fictionalized version of Bruce Lee's legendary martial arts showdown with Shaolin monk Wong Jack Man in San Francisco in 1964. Told from the point of view of one of Lee's students, the exciting tale blends the expected action with romance and martial arts philosophy. More