GIJoeRetaliationFacebookEverybody wants to rule the world and this week there was no stopping the G.I. Joes from taking down their mortal enemy Cobra and the relentless bloodthirsty deadites. With the help of Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, and Channing Tatum, G.I. Joe: Retaliation conquered this week’s #1 spot, barely surpassing the latest installment of the epic Evil Dead franchise.

Rounding out our top 3 is the life story of an athlete who conquered the racial barrier in the baseball word. Swing for the fences by watching the classic baseball story, 42, which portrays the iconic tale of the legendary Jackie Robinson.

See below for this week’s complete list and be sure to watch your favorites this weekend on the Video Unlimited service:

  1. Only God Forgives
  2. The Host
  3. Dead Man Down
  4. Identity Thief (Unrated)
  5. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (plus Bonus Features)
  6. Spring Breakers
  7. Bullet to the Head
  8. 42
  9. Evil Dead (2013)
  10. G.I. Joe: Retaliation

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Now available for pre-order is one game every football fan will not want to miss: Madden NFL 25. Celebrating 25 years since the Madden NFL franchise arrived on the scene, these games have been changing the way we play sports games ever since.


New to the PlayStation 3 this week is Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark. We’ve mentioned this fast-paced stealth platformer in recent posts and now it’s available to play. Jump, sneak, and be chunked through 80 levels of brutal puzzles.

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DanManganFieldTripLast month, the Music Unlimited service celebrated alongside Arts & Crafts, the iconic Toronto-based record label, for their 10th anniversary festival Field Trip Music & Arts Festival. The fest featured performances from their marquee artists, including Dan Mangan.

As the festival’s surprise late addition, the acclaimed singer/songwriter re-emerged from a short touring break after the birth of his first son. However, as a staple of the Arts & Crafts roster, it’s hard to imagine the festival without him. With two JUNO Awards under his belt, he’s established himself not only in the music community, but as a voice for Canada as a writer for Huffington Post Canada. Articulate and personable, Mangan has connected in a big way with his fans not only in Canada but internationally, sharing the stage with The Decemberists, The Walkmen, Metric and more. He even performed for Prince William and Kate Middleton at the 2011 Canada Day celebration in Ottowa (yes, really!)

Watch him talk about the new addition to his family, upcoming musical endeavors and more in the video below. Then, re-visit his catalog on the Music Unlimited service.

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The Fifth Estate: The story of Julian Assange and his use of WikiLeaks to expose secret information with Benedict Cumberbatch playing Assange.

Want more suspenseful tech-inspired dramas? Then check out these other films:The Social Network, The Net, Minority Report


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DarcysFieldTripLast month, the Music Unlimited service celebrated alongside Arts & Crafts the iconic Toronto-based record label, for their 10th anniversary festival Field Trip Music & Arts Festival. The fest featured performances from their marquee artists, including The Darcys.

As a relatively new addition to the Arts & Crafts family, the band had an impressive start with the their self-titled debut album released in 2011. They stuck their neck out from the get-go, shattering any questions of doubt by announcing at the time of The Darcys release that two more albums were to come. They quickly fulfilled with an ambitious and haunting full-album interpretation of Steely Dan’s AJA. They are currently preparing to release the final of the three, Warring, on September 17th, their first album fully recorded in Toronto. Hear them talk more about Warring in the interview below, then listen to them on the Music Unlimited service.

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StarsFieldTripLast month, the Music Unlimited service celebrated alongside Arts & Crafts, the iconic Toronto-based record label, for their 10th anniversary festival Field Trip Music & Arts Festival. The fest featured performances from their marquee artists, including the band Stars. Formed in the late 90’s, Stars quickly became a critically-acclaimed, award-winning group, catching ears with the albums Nightsongs & Heart, then later receiving gold-selling status after releasing Set Yourself on Fire in 2004.

Their latest release The North was followed with performances at Coachella and later Field Trip, where we caught up with Torquill Campbell & Amy Millian to talk about the fun of festivals, Arts & Crafts impact on the Toronto community and their plans for the rest of the year. Watch below, then listen to them on the Music Unlimited service.

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NewReleases723Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums and singles below.


  • The first compilation album featuring Young Money and Cash Money’s biggest stars as Rich Gang, including Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhyme and Ace Hood as well as non-YMCMB artists like Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Meek Mill and more.
  • Marc Anthony’s first album in nine years, featuring the single “Vivir Mi Vida,” which he performed at last week’s Premios Juventud.
  • Music from and Inspired by The Smurfs 2, including Britney Spears’ “Ooh La La,” plus Becky G featuring Austin Mahone, Owl City, Nelly Furtado and more.
  • New singles from Kings of Leon, One Direction and AFI, from their new albums expected later this year.

New Albums Available This Week [7/23/13]:

Rich GangRich Gang
Marc Anthony3.0
Various ArtistsThe Smurfs 2: Music from and Inspired by
Ghostface KillahTwelve Reasons To Die “The Brown Tape”
Gogol BordelloPura Vida Conspiracy
Various ArtistsReggae Gold 2013
Wallpaper.Ricky Reed Is Real
Tito “El Bambino” El PatronInvicto
Guy ClarkMy Favorite Picture Of You
We Came As RomansTrace Back Roots
BaronessLive at Maida Vale – BBC
Serj TankianJazz-Iz Christ
DevoSomething Else for Everybody
Jackson ScottMelbourne
Half Moon RunDark Eyes
Fuck ButtonsSlow Focus


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With star power like Tom Cruise, Ryan Gosling, Matthew McConaughey, Morgan Freeman, Bradley Cooper, Olga Kurylenko and the always charming Eva Mendes, our weekly New Release Recap is packed full of great titles with great talent. See what blockbuster hits are releasing this week on the Video Unlimited service!

Tom Cruise stars as Jack Harper, the lone security repairman stationed on a desolate, nearly-ruined future Earth in the instant sci-fi classic, Oblivion. When he rescues a beautiful stranger played by Olga Kurylenko from a downed spacecraft, her arrival triggers a nonstop chain of events that forces him to question everything he knows, and leaves humanity’s fate in his hands. Watch Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman as he joins Cruise and Kurylenko in this visually stunning and explosive story that is now available for purchase before DVD and Blu-ray.



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???????Happy Colombian Independence Day! Today marks the 203rd year since the chain of events that lead to the establishment of the República de Colombia. There are many internationally famous people who hail from the country, including actors like John Leguizamo & Sofía Vergara, athletes like Mariana Pajón and musicians like Shakira & Joe Arroyo.

One such artist is Carlos Vives, a three-time Latin GRAMMY Award winning artist, whose repertoire consists of thirteen albums since the 1980’s including Corazón Profundo which was released in April. He kicked off a North American tour earlier this month, running through August when he heads to Argentina. It’s been an exciting year for Vives and to celebrate, he’s sent us a list of his favorite songs from other artists as well as an essential tracklist of his own music from across his catalog and the new album. Click the links to listen now on the Music Unlimited service!


  1. Nina Pastori – “Cai
  2. Andres Cepeda – “Un Ratito
  3. Fonseca – “Eres mi Sueño
  4. Jose Merce – “Aire
  5. Alejandro Sanz – “Marciana
  6. ChocQuibTown – “Hasta el Techo
  7. Bomba Estereo – “El alma y el Cuerpo
  8. Michel Telo – “Balada Sertaneja
  9. Seru Giran – “Queen Elizabeth
  10. Juanes – “La Señal”
  11. Luis Enrique – “Yo No se Manana
  12. Jorge VillamizarTodo lo Que Quieres es Bailar


  1. Santa Elegia
  2. Maleta de Dueños
  3. Dejame Entrar
  4. Quiero Verte Sonreir
  5. Que Diera
  6. Mi Diosa Coronada
  7. La foto de Los Dos
  8. Corazon Profundo
  9. Volvi a Nacer
  10. La Fantastica
  11. Voy a Olvidarme de Mi
  12. Tengo Fe

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Looking for a serving of action with a side of explosions? Look no further than this week’s top flick Dead Man Down starring Colin Farrell as a professional killer who gets blackmailed in the process of avenging the death of his wife and kid. After digesting all that, take a big sip from your red solo cup and watch four college girls’ party turn upside down in a crazy way in Spring Breakers.


Right at the number five spot is the post-apocalyptic thriller The Host, a sci-fi tale brought to you by the creator of The Twilight Saga, Stephenie Meyer.

Check out the complete list below and be sure to tell us what you plan to watch this weekend in the comments section:

  1. G.I. Joe: Retaliation 
  2. Jack The Giant Slayer
  3. Admission
  4. Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor
  5. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (plus Bonus Features)
  6. The Host
  7. 21 & Over
  8. Evil Dead (2013)
  9. Spring Breakers
  10. Dead Man Down

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