New Releases at Blockbuster

I enjoy renting my movies online, which is why I’ve put together this list of new releases at Blockbuster. if you’re already a member, this should serve as a handy guide to the latest available films. And if you’re still stuck in the ancient days of renting movies from a brick-and-mortar store, hopefully you’ll see the light and join us in the modern age.

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) – the legendary slasher franchise gets a reboot courtesy of the guys from Platinum Dunes. when teens in the town of Springwood begin to die one by one, they discover a disturbing secret that goes all the way back their childhoods. Meanwhile, the disfigured Freddy Krueger (Jackie Earle Haley) stalks them in their dreams with lethal intent.

The Karate Kid (2010) – This remake of the ’80s classic stars Jaden Smith (son of Will and Jada) as a 12-year-old who moves with his mother from Detroit to Beijing, China. Small and totally out of place, he soon becomes the target of bullies. But all that changes when he meets maintenance man Mr. Han (Jackie Chan) and begins to learn kung fu.

Splice (2010) – a pair of scientists (Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley) blend human DNA with that of other animals, and they soon bring a new lifeform into the world. given the name Dren (nerd backwards), the curious new species grows at a rapid rate and soon begins to demonstrate an unhealthy interest in human sexuality. Chaos and death ensue.

30 Days of Night: Dark Days (2010) – a sequel to the 2007 horror flick 30 Days of Night, this direct-to-DVD film is also adapted from the comic book series by Steve Niles. a year after the brutal vampire attack on Barrow, Alaska, a widowed survivor named Stella (now played by Mia Kirshner) joins a group of hunters in order to get revenge on the bloodsucking fiends responsible.

The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2010) – a mad German doctor (Dieter Laser) has an obsession with joining creatures and making them share a single digestive system. After he kidnaps two American girls and a Japanese tourist, he gets to work on his latest experiment. the three unlucky victims are connected mouth-to-anus in an unspeakable mockery of a centipede. As the doctor tries to get them to perform tricks, the desperate trio must seek to escape. Highly disturbing, although much of the most graphic content occurs off-camera.

The Secret of Kells (2009) – An animated tale set in the ninth century, the film would receive a 2010 Oscar nomination for best Animated Feature. As Viking raiders threaten the land, a young Irish boy (voice of Evan McGuire) must help a master artist complete an elaborate book. But to do so, he’ll have to face his own fears, not to mention an evil snake god. Luckily, he gets help from a pale faerie spirit named Aisling (Christen Mooney). Drawing heavily from Celtic mythology, it’s been called one of the greatest hand drawn independent animated movies of all time.

Frozen (2010) – While trying to get in some extra skiing before a snowstorm hits, three friends (Emma Bell, Kevin Zegers, and Shawn Ashmore) wind up stranded on a ski lift. Facing the prospect of being trapped there over the weekend, the trio must come up with a plan of escape. Meanwhile, some wolves down below are getting hungry. during screenings of this horror flick, some audience members were reported to have fainted from the unrelenting tension.

New Releases at Blockbuster


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