Happy 4th of July, Heavy.com reader. To celebrate this Independence Day we bring you comedian Sean Kleier performing Bill Pullman’s speech from Independence Day on the streets of New York City.
Not everyone in the Big House belongs there. Here are a few examples of cinematic miscarriages of justice available for immediate conviction on Netflix, some of which are based on true stories (Tango & Cash is not one of them I think, but you never know).
Wes Craven goes for a smarter, classier horror film and just about half-succeeds with this tale of Haitian voodoo, black magic and political unrest.
The Schwartz is strong with Mel Brooks’ Star Wars spoof starring Rick Moranis, John Candy, Bill Pullman, Daphne Zuniga and Brooks himself.
Vintage! When this movie came out it looked so cool…but that was 15 years ago, and now there’s better CGI on your phone. Still, take a second to remember how awesome it was, as Will Smith kicked alien butt and spouted amazing one-liners.
Don’t look to the skies, for they bear nothing but ill will! If you find yourself in the mood for a flick that features the entire planet in jeopardy, here are a few alien invasion movies that are out of this world — and that you can watch right now, before the motherships really get here.
This week’s new releases on DVD and Blu-Ray include Iron Man 2, ski lift thriller Frozen, Get Him To The Greek and more.
This week’s new movies:get scarred with Jonah Hex or relive your childhood with Toy Story 3. Plus a passel of indies competing for your film dollar.