Take a break from the excitement of the World Cup this week with must-watch new releases: The LEGO Movie, House Cards Season 2 and more. See the full list of new releases available now on Video Unlimited.

The LEGO Movie: You’ll be surprised by the number of layers in this charming and hilarious movie. And, no, we’re not talking about LEGO bricks.


An ordinary construction worker named Emmett (voiced by Chris Pratt) discovers that there is more to his world than meets the eye – in fact, he’s the key to saving the entire LEGO world. Emmett joins a fellowship of strangers in order to stop an evil tyrant, the hyper-conformist Lord Business.

A Fighting Man: Step into the ring with this story of hope, loyalty and second chances.


The washed-up boxer, Sailor O’Connor (Dominic Purcell) steps back into the ring for one last fight. With the support of his old fight team, Sailor must face his personal demons or die trying to stay on his feet until the bloody end.

Willow Creek: This film tells the story of the great American tradition of venturing on a camping trip only to discover that you’re not alone. Sound familiar?


Jim is a Bigfoot believer, who takes his girlfriend on a romantic getaway to the Six Rivers National Forest, in search of the site from the original Patterson-Gimlin film (the 1967 footage showing an enormous, hairy creature walking along a riverbed). The couple gets lost, of course, and discovers that something is stalking their every move.

House of Cards | Season 2: This series is packed with A-listers, polished character actors and finished with an all-consuming – and extremely addictive – plot.


Claire and Francis Underwood continue to bulldoze anything in their path on their rise to power. In this vicious brand of politics, the characters backstab, form alliances, break those alliances, and more in their scramble to the top.

Bad Grandpa: If you’re looking for some shocking and hilarious entertainment for this weekend, then this comedy from the Jackass crew is perfect for you. And if that isn’t enough to get you excited it’s our 99-cent rental of the week!


Irving Zisman (Johnny Knoxville), is an 86-year-old curmudgeon who is stuck taking care of his 8-year-old grandson Billy (Jackson Nicoll). The two embark on a road trip through the heartland of America, playing pranks on unsuspecting, real-life people – all of whom have absolutely no idea that there’s a hidden camera.

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