It took some plotting and planning but Identity Thief was able to steal it’s way to the number one spot on our list of top movies purchased on the Video Unlimited service this week. But with the hit comedy combo of Jason Bateman (Horrible Bosses) and Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids) is anyone really surprised?


Looking for a weekend movie to keep you on the edge of your seat? Our number two film for the week, Dark Skies, should do the trick. Or if you’d rather have some heart pumping action, there’s always Parker and A Good Day to Die Hard, the next two films in our top 10 films of the week.

Check out the rest of our Top 10 below:

  1. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunter
  2. Jack Reacher
  3. Mama
  4. Warm Bodies
  5. Beautiful Creatures (2013)
  6. The Last Stand
  7. A Good Day to Die Hard
  8. Parker
  9. Dark Skies
  10. Identity Thief (Unrated)

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RoadrunnerMosaicThis week, we released the Roadrunner Records Channel, featuring tracks from the well-respected and influential hard rock/metal label. They’ve achieved a quality of catalog that very few labels are able to do, creating a brand around a roster of some of the biggest acts in the world. In fact, if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can visit their Facebook page to browse their staggering list every album they’ve released by year.

However, for today’s #ThrowbackThursday, we’ve narrowed it down for you, modestly collecting our favorites below. Do you agree? Hear all of these and more in the premium channels section of the Music Unlimited service.

King Diamond
Album: Fatal Portrait (1986)
Song: “Halloween”

Life of Agony
Album: River Runs Red (1993)
Song: “River Runs Red”

Album: Roots (1996)
Song: “Roots Bloody Roots”

Type O Negative
Album: World Coming Down (1999)
Song: “Skip It”

Fear Factory
Album: Digimortal (2001)
Song: “Linchpin”

Killswitch Engage
Album: The End of Heartache (2004)
Song: “Loco”

Album: Dark Horse (2008)
Song: “If Today Was Your Last Day”

The Devil Wears Prada
Album: Dead Throne (2011)
Song: “Mammoth”

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If you’re a country music fan, last night was a big one as the stars came out for the CMT Music Awards. Not only was the night a recognition of the best in music videos but it also featured performances by Keith Urban, Jason Aldean (with special guest Lenny Kravitz, Kacey Musgraves and others.

However, the night was all about the music, so on to the winners, all of which you can listen to now on the Music Unlimited service.

Carrie Underwood took home the night’s big prize, Video of the Year, for “Blown Away” off the album of the same name.

The ladies of country music were the big story in a number of categories as Miranda Lambert was recognized not only for “Mama’s Broken Heart” but also “Over You,” both off of 2012′s Four The Record.

And Lady Antebellum won Group Video with “Downtown.”

Blake Shelton took time away from his “The Voice” coaching duties to accept an award for his “Sure Be Cool If You Did” video. And the breakout sensation Florida Georgia Line‘s “Cruise” took home two awards, one for Duo Video and another for Breakthrough Video.

You can see the full list of winners here. If you can’t get enough country after last night, be sure to check out the Country Channel on the Music Unlimited service.

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There’s lots of great new titles and deals this week on the PlayStation Store.


New this week on the PlayStation Store for PS3 is the third-person action-adventure title Remember Me. Players take on the role of the character Nilin, a former memory hunter for MEMORIZE, who you must help recover the memories MEMORIZE took from her and stop the organization for good.

Also, check out these great new games now available on the PS Vita:
Toro’s Friend Network
Quell Memento
Paint Park Plus

As some of you may know, E3 will be next week in Los Angeles and the PlayStation teams are deep in preparation for some big announcements on Monday, 6/10. Don’t miss out on the latest news and watch the livestream next Monday starting at 5:30pm Pacific/8:30pm Eastern. Get more details on the event and how to watch here.

Find the full list of new games and deals in this week’s update here.

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MU_RoadrunnerCustomChannel_US_FB-WallIn the ever-changing ebb and flow of the music industry, you often have to scream and shout to shift attention to your band, let alone an entire roster. There are few record labels that define entire genres of music, widely trusted for both their catalog and new artists, but on the short list is definitely Roadrunner Records. The hard rock powerhouse recently released a solid slate of albums to kick off 2013, including Killswitch Engage, Stone Sour and Airbourne and we’re celebrating with a collection of tracks from those albums and them and the rest of the catalog in the Roadrunner Records Channel. Find it now in the premium channels section of the Music Unlimited service.

Founded in 1980 as a way to import North American albums into Europe, they soon expanded into offices across the globe. They made a huge impact on 80’s metal, including being credited for pivotal albums from King Diamond, Life of Agony, Obituary, Sepultura, Machine Head and Type O Negative. In recent years they’ve broadened their genre horizons, including releases from Young the Giant, Korn and Nickelback; alongside the new class of metal like The Devil Wears Prada and Kvelertak.

We’ll dive more into their catalog in tomorrow’s #ThrowbackThursday, but for now sit back and enjoy the channel!

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Machete Kills: This first trailer for director Robert Rodriguez’s super-violent sequel is exactly as over-the-top as you’d expect.

Catch up on previous Machete adventures by watching: Machete, Grindhouse: Planet Terror, Grindhouse: Death Proof

Prisoners: Hugh Jackman is a dad who’s daughter has gone missing and Jake Gyllenhaal is the cop who is on the case in this drama.

The Video Unlimited service has more movies about the search for missing kids: Silent Hill, Changeling

Closed Circuit: A poltical thriller about a pair of British lawyers defending a terror suspect who become targets themselves.

More British spy drama awaits you here: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Skyfall

The Family: Robet DeNiro is an ex-mobster in witness protection whose family makes staying out of trouble more than a little difficult.

Mob comedy abounds in these movies: Analyze This, In Bruges

The To Do List: This red-band trailer promises a raunchy comedy with an all-star cast and a bunch of jokes about being a teen in the 90′s.

Go back to decades past by watching: Dazed and Confused, Take Me Home Tonight

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Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums and singles below.


  • Megadeth’s first album on their own label, Tradecraft Records.
  • Queens of the Stone Age’s long-awaited first album in six years.
  • Glee star Matthew Morrison (Mr. Schuster) going back to his Broadway roots, putting a new spin old standards like “Luck Be a Lady.”
  • Canadian hardcore band Alexisonfire’s Dallas Green with his fourth folk-driven solo album as City and Colour.

New Albums Available This Week [6/4/13]:


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From the digital releases of the “Giant Slayer” and “Teen Wolf” to the rental availability of two other hot movies, there are a lot to cover in this week’s Video Unlimited New Release Recap.

At the top this week is Jack the Giant Slayer (plus Bonus Features) available to buy in SD or HD two weeks before it hits DVD and Blu-ray! An age-old war is reignited when a young farmhand unwittingly opens a gateway between our world and a fearsome race of giants. Unleashed on the Earth for the first time in centuries, the long-banished giants strive to reclaim the land they once lost, forcing the young man, Jack (Nicholas Hoult), into the battle of his life to stop them. Fighting for a kingdom, its people, and the love of a brave princess, he comes face to face with the unstoppable warriors he thought only existed in legend and gets the chance to become a legend himself. With special bonus features, learn what it takes to be a giant slayer, including a detailed look at the giants of Gantua and tactics to attack a creature four times your size.


Teen Wolf is back with Season 3! Scott’s a non-athletic, socially awkward high school sophomore, but a single wolf bite changes everything. Now he is the popular star of his lacrosse team and dating the new girl in town. Scott’s “new” abilities also pull him into the middle of a war between werewolves and werewolf hunters. He must try to curb his animalistic desires and urges while trying to maintain his relationship with Allison and his best friend, Stiles. Be sure to explore additional clips for free in the “Free TV Extras” section under TV Shows.


Now available for rent the first time – A Good Day to Die Hard and Identity Thief. Bruce Willis is back in action in A Good Day to Die Hard – a mind-blowing, heart-stopping, rip-roaring, action-packed movie. Willis stars as John McClane, the heroic New York cop with a knack for being in the wrong place at the right time. From action to comedy, Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy lead an all-star cast in Identity Thief – a hilarious blockbuster hit about an accounts rep that has one week to clear his name after a con artist steals his identity. Don’t forget to check out super scary 6 Souls –Julianne Moore stars in this haunting thriller about a psychiatrist who finds herself in grave danger as she unravels a mystery involving a patient with multiple personalities.


If you are a suspense thriller fan, be sure to purchase in HD, Stoker – Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode are starring in this darkly wicked mystery about disturbing family secrets. Following the tragic death of her father, India Stoker meets her charismatic uncle, whom she never knew existed. However, it becomes clear the shocking secrets of his past could destroy her family’s future.


Don’t miss our Weekly Deals and check out Own $5 Films: Comedy with insanely funny blockbuster films like Pineapple Express, Bad Teacher, Superbad, 100 Girls,Scary Movie 2, plus many more all for $5.00 each in SD.


Visit the video store on your Sony Entertainment Network compatible device, or access at Sony Entertainment Network web store to see all the hottest new releases in movies and TV.

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We are featuring a collection of our favorite up-and-coming artists in the staff-picked On the Rise Channel, available now in the Music Unlimited service. Each month will refresh with a new batch of rising stars who have earned their spot for a long list of reasons, in short that they are some of the most talked about and exciting artists out scene right now. Get to know ten of them below, including a CliffsNotes-esque breakdown of their story and “if you like” recommendations.

  1. Jake Bugg
    In 140 characters or less: Just 19 years old, his song “Lightning Bolt,” blew up after being featured in a Gatorade commercial. Compared to Bob Dylan, Oasis and more.
    If You Like: Bob Dylan, Oasis, Ed Sheeran

  3. A$AP Ferg
    In 140 characters or less: The next prodigy from the A$AP Mob, following the trail blazed by the success of A$AP Rocky, but with his own unique style.
    If You Like: A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole

  5. Frank Turner
    In 140 characters or less: A trailblazer in the evolution of punk rock, with fast-paced guitars alongside brutally honest and compellingly candid storytelling.
    If You Like: Social Distortion, The Gaslight Anthem, Against Me!

  7. Mikal Cronin
    In 140 characters or less: Infectious jangle-pop, a modern take on a classic sound that is totally perfect for the soundtrack for summer.
    If You Like: Ben Kweller, Guster, Gin Blossoms

  9. Youngblood Hawke
    In 140 characters or less: A joyous family band whose smash single “We Come Running” landed them a record deal and a VH1 “You Oughta Know” nod.
    If You Like: Grouplove, Foster the People, Walk the Moon

  11. Wild Belle
    In 140 characters or less: A mesmerizing but beat-heavy throwback sound from two siblings hailing from Chicago, who have hit the stage at Lollaplooza, Coachella and more.
    If You Like: Marina & the Diamonds, The Neighbourhood, Oh Land

  13. The Summer Set
    In 140 characters or less: Pop-punk at its finest, with fast-paced songs about love, growing up and feeling infinite from the Arizona-based Warped Tour veterans.
    If You Like: All Time Low, The Cab, Cartel

  15. Ivan & Alyosha
    In 140 characters or less: Seattle labelmates of The Lumineers and multi-harmony champions. Less boot-stomping but softer, textured folk with made-for-movies choruses.
    If You Like: The Lumineers, Blind Pilot, The Head and the Heart

  17. Rhye
    In 140 characters or less: This androgynous band kept everyone guessing up to the release of this debut but make no mistake, that’s a dude singing soulfully like Sade.
    If You Like: Sade, Tennis, Beach House

  19. Daughter
    In 140 characters or less: The latest UK export whose haunting music you may have heard in The Vampire Diaries, Grey’s Anatomy, Suburgatory and more.
    If You Like: Lana Del Rey, Lykke Li, A Fine Frenzy

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It’s going to take a lot more than a group of double-crossing hoodlums to stop Parker, played by ultimate tough man Jason Statham, from being the top movie purchased this week on the Video Unlimited service. It’s easy to say this achievement was one man’s doing, but we can’t overlook the star power Jennifer Lopez brings to the movie in her leading lady role.


Need more action? Look no further than the guns a-blazing The Last Stand, sitting comfortably in the number two spot with fairy tale turn witch bounty hunting film Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters right behind it.

Here’s your Top 10:   

  1. Broken City         
  2. A Haunted House
  3. Identity Thief (Unrated)
  4. Jack Reacher         
  5. Cloud Atlas
  6. Beautiful Creatures (2013)        
  7. Mama
  8. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters         
  9.  The Last Stand
  10. Parker       

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