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New Releases for December 18

These last days before Christmas are packed with new releases. Here are today’s new titles; there will be more at the end of the week, so check back on Friday for a special addendum. We also encourage you to visit our holiday sections, stock up on movies to watch next week, and get some last-minute gifts and/or stocking stuffers too. Remember, Scarecrow will close at 8pm on Christmas Eve and be CLOSED on Christmas Day.


BLU = Also available to rent on Blu-ray disc

3D BLU = Available for rent on lovely 3D Blu-ray, though you must have a 3D TV to experience the full glory.

@ = Available for sale in the store (but we can special order anything, see us for details.)

SALE = Click this link to purchase select titles from OUR ONLINE STORE


SLEEPWALK WITH ME—Comedian Mike Birbiglia took his own experiences dealing with the business of stand-up comedy, a crumbling relationship, and a sleep disorder and made a semi-autobiographical movie that’s awkward and funny--a bit Woody Allen-esque.    BLU  @  SALE


TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE—Mr. Clint Eastwood plays an aging baseball scout who proves he’s still got an eye and ear for the game despite young whippersnappers with their computers and statistics.  Amy Adams, John Goodman, and Justin Timberlake are there for support.    BLU  SALE


LIBERAL ARTS— In his latest indie hit, How I Met Your Mother’s Josh Radnor plays a man in his mid-thirties who returns to his college to rediscover the passions of his academic life, helped in part by a beguiling co-ed named Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen).  BLU  SALE


TOTAL RECALL (2012)—Colin Farrell is a man whose super-spy fantasy life becomes a horrible reality in this reboot of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film.  BLU  SALE


PITCH PERFECT—Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson star in a battle of the a cappella singers that’s part Glee, part Step Up and part Bring it On, with added Breakfast Club appreciation and a surprising amount of vomit (be warned).    BLU  SALE



Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show: Complete Series

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days    BLU 

Digimon: Season 1



The Comeback (1978)

Deathtrap (1986)—New Blu-ray from the Warner Archives

Die Screaming Marianne (1971)

Entourage: Seasons 1-5 (seasons rent separately)

Gypsy (1962)—New Blu-ray from the Warner Archives

House of Whipcord (1974)

Red vs. Blue: Blood Gulch-Seasons 1-3

Red vs. Blue: Blood Gulch-Seasons 4 & 5

Red vs. Blue: Blood Gulch-Seasons 9 & 10

Red vs. Blue: The Recollection-Seasons 6-8

Schizo (1976)



Californication: Season 5

Funny or Die Presents: Season 2

House of Lies: Season 1    @ 

The Life & Times of Tim: Season 3

Shameless: Season 2 (2011)



Alligator Named Daisy/Value For Money (1955)—UK

Bloody Hero (1977)—Hong Kong

Enter The Game of Shaolin Bronzemen (1977)—HK

Gandu (2010)—India  @

Incredibly Ever After (2011)—Hong Kong  BLU

Lady Yakuza (2008)—Japan

Our Beloved Month of August (2008)—Portugal



Bowery Boys: Volume 1 (1946)

Golden Fleecing (1940)

Moonlight Murder (1936)

My Forbidden Past (1951)

One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982)

Promises To Keep (1985)

Shadow of Doubt (1935)

Unguarded Hour (1936)

White Cockatoo (1934)



After Kony: Staging Hope

Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet

Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go To War

Echo Beach    @ 

Everything is Terrible: Holiday Special

Mudhoney: I’m Now-The Story of Mudhoney

Nitro Circus: The Movie    BLU   3D BLU

NOVA: Science Now-Can Science Stop Crime?

Omnibus: Mr. Lincoln and the Civil War

Rehearsal for a Sicilian Tragedy --John Turturro leads us on a tour of Sicily and the region's art of puppetry.

YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip   @


Against the Wind (1948)

Blue Dahlia (1946)


Escape From The Bronx

The Falls (2012)

Forced to Fight

Fred & Vinnie    @ 

Georgia, Georgia (1972)

The Glass Key (1942)

The Good Doctor (2011)

Hard Core Logo 2

Michael Jackson: Moonwalker

Kamikaze Hearts (1986)

Phantom Lady (1944)

Stolen (2012)

10 Years 

Voyage in Italy (1954)


We'll be back on Friday for a short but sweet list of new things getting out on the shelves just under the Christmas wire, including Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer, William Friedkin's Killer Joe (starring Matthew McConaughey), and Arbitrage starring recent Golden Globe nominee Richard Gere.


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