It’s a jam-packed week for the the Video Unlimited service and inside the PlayStation®Store!
First, own Red Dawn before DVD and Blu-ray™and watchas the U.S. gets invaded by the foreign enemy. Determined to fight back, a group of young patriots reorganizes themselves into a guerilla group of fighters banding together to take back their freedom.
Then, Life of Pi is available to own in stunning HD just in time for the 85th Academy Awards this Sunday. Watch this visual masterpiece that has been nominated for 11 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. After a cataclysmic shipwreck, an Indian boy named Pi finds himself stranded on a lifeboat with a ferocious Bengal tiger. Together, they face nature’s majestic grandeur and fury on an epic journey of discovery.
In TV, get the complete second season of Game of Thrones and embark on a thrilling journey through a riveting, unforgettable fictional landscape. Tyrion arrives to save Joffrey’s crown from threats old and new; Daenerys searches for allies and water in the Red Waste; Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch face the wilderness beyond the Wall.
Visit the video store on your Sony Entertainment Network compatible devices, or simply visit the Sony Entertainment Network web store, to see all the hot new releases in movies and TV.
With the 85th Academy Awards just around the corner, now is the perfect time to revisit movies that have taken home little gold men in the past. Visit the Video Unlimited service and cash in on movies in the Oscar® Favorites Sale.
From epics like Bridge on the River Kwai and Avatar, to dramas including Brokeback Mountain and Winter’s Bone, to historical pieces (always an Oscar favorite) like Atonement and Apollo 13, the Video Unlimited service celebrates cinematic excellence with movies from various genres. Start saving now by visiting the Sony Entertainment Network web store here and get ready for this year’s awards ceremony broadcast on ABC at 7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific this Sunday!
Starting tomorrow, NBA’s mid-season showcase kicks off in Houston as basketball’s superstars defy the laws of gravity during the 2013 NBA All-Star weekend.
Get ready for the festivities with awesome hoop-centric flicks like Coach Carter, Space Jam and White Men Can’t Jump on the Video Unlimited service. Or watch Will Ferrell go coast-to-coast and elevate the Flint Michigan Tropics to the top in Semi Pro.
Looking to take your game to the PS3 or PSP? Make your way over to the PlayStation Store and take advantage of reduced prices on games, add-ons and more in our NBA 2K13 sale . Here’s what you can expect to find:
Room 237: There’s not a lot of – or really any – footage from this documentary about the making of The Shining in this trailer, but that’s alright since all we needed to be told is that it’s a documentary about the making of The Shining.
The Video Unlimited Service is celebrating the collective cinematic works of four-time Oscar winner Woody Allen with the Woody Allen Collection. Whether you’re a fan or a film aficionado in general, there is something in this collection for everyone to enjoy. It covers four decades of Allen’s films, including some of his more popular works, rom-com Annie Hall and slapstick comedy Bananas.
Woody Allen redefined the genre of the classic comedy by breaking the established narrative conventions and creating characters and stories with unprecedented substance and depth. One of the best examples of this signature style is his 1977 dramatic comedy Annie Hall, which follows the tale of a neurotic New York comedian (Woody Allen) who falls in love with the ditsy Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). Allen won both Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for the film at the ’78 Academy Awards, solidifying his place among the other legends in film.
Here’s the full list of Woody Allen movies on sale now on the Video Unlimited service:
We’ve got a number of great movies for you this week on the Video Unlimited service and inside the PlayStation®Store.
First, from Walt Disney Animation Studios comes an arcade-game-hopping journey in Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph. For decades, Ralph has played the bad guy in his popular video game. In a bold move, he embarks on an action-packed adventure and sets out to prove to everyone that he is a true hero with a big heart. Starting today, you can own Wreck-It Ralph before DVD and Blu-ray™ in stunning HD or eye-popping 3D.
Then, own Anna Karenina before it arrives on DVD and Blu-ray™ and watch as Keira Knightley and Jude Law dazzle in director Joe Wright’s (Pride & Prejudice) visually enchanting new vision of Leo Tolstoy’s epic love story. Own the movie at an unbeatable low price starting at just $12.99
After a couple months off where we were forced to wonder what was next for Rick, Merle, The Governor and the rest of our favorite characters from The Walking Dead, they returned in a big way last night in “The Suicide King.” If you missed it, we’ve got last night’s commercial-free episode ready for you to download or stream.
The three things you’ll want to know if you haven’t yet seen the episode (the below guaranteed spoiler-free):
1. All is still not well in briefly bucolic Woodbury. We pick up right where we left off in the Daryl-and-Merle mortal (k)combat cliffhanger from the last episode, and the fireworks go off from there.
2. Rick’s mental instability and his major trust issues continue to complicate the pack’s decisions on next steps.
3. Being brought to within inches of one’s life, and watching powerlessly as the girl you love is tortured tends to change a man. Just ask the pulpy, caved-in zombie skull under Glenn’s boot.
If you’re looking for even more The Walking Dead and want to go behind the scenes of this current season, the Video Unlimited service has a number of free extras you can download today:
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we’re bombarded with pink and red store displays, aisles of delicious chocolates and the pressure to plan the perfect evening with our “better” half. It’s easy to get overwhelmed, but at its core the holiday isn’t just about planning an awesome evening. It’s about spending quality time together while enjoying each other’s company.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of romantic movies available on the Video Unlimited service that both parties can agree on. Just pick out a movie from this list, light a few candles and snuggle up in the comfort of your own home. It is a win-win for everyone!
If you yearn to break free from expensive cable bills, tend to forget to set up your DVR, or are simply too busy to tune in during regular prime time TV hours, we’ve got a solution for you to make sure you never miss a single moment of your favorite shows.
The Video Unlimited service and PlayStation®Store offers most TV episodes the day after broadcast, which means even without cable, DVR, or the time, shows like The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and Family Guy are still easily accessible one day after they air on television. There are plenty of options to choose from in our massive library of more than 1,900 TV series and 53,000 episodes in the U.S., with each episode starting at just $1.99. And the best part? Every episode is commercial-free, and once purchased they can be watched whenever you like, for as long as you like, and they’ll never expire. Free episodes and extras are also readily available, so check out the Video Unlimited service and PlayStation®Store regularly to stock up on all the great TV offers and selections.
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Instead of focusing on new trailers this week, we look back at the big game this past weekend take a look at the movie commercials that debuted this past Sunday night.
Iron Man 3: Marvel prompted you to go to their Facebook page to see even more of this teaser, and most of us probably did because Tony Stark jumping out of a plane is something we wanted to see more of.