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Best Speakers for Your Home Theater

After countless hours of designing and renovating, it’s vital to install a sound system to really bring the theater home. A poor sound system could make all that new furniture and decor a waste of time if the movie isn’t theater-quality. However, a good (better yet, amazing) sound system can change the entire way you and the family experience your favorite movies and TV shows. We have put together a list of our favorite speakers for your home theater, so get to scrollin’ and start enjoying!

Klipsch Gallery G-16 with the Denon AVRX2400H


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Surround: 7.1
WiFi: Yes
3D Ready: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
Watts per channel: 100

The 7.1 channel format included in the G-6 is evident when you hear what it is capable of. Known for like-like audio and depth, this range is a top contender when picking a quality sound system. However, this also comes with the higher price tag and requires more instruction manual time than others. The Denon receiver offers many home theater system features including WiFi, Bluetooth, 3-D and HEOS wireless technology. With all of the latest technology also comes the complexity. This is not a system for beginners and could take some time to learn how to navigate.

Dali Zensor 5.1 with the Yamaha RX-V681

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Surround: 5.1
WiFi: Yes
3D Ready: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
Watts per channel: 140

This is another top contender and for good reason! The 5.1 system mixes it up with 5 speakers ranging from stand-mounted to traditional floor-standing speakers, as well as a centre-channel speaker. Not only will it give your home theater a sophisticated touch, it delivers quality sound and performance. You will have to pair with your own receiver and we suggest the Yamaha RX-V681.

axiim Q HD 5.1

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Surround: 5.1
WiFi: Yes
3D Ready: No
Bluetooth: Yes
Watts per channel: Unknown

The axiim Q HD is known for its amazing wireless connection. This setup is perfect for the person who hates the view of any stray wires. We don’t blame you, the clutter can take away from the clean look of your home theater. The downside to this sound system would be the hefty price. If you can spare it and wireless connection is a must have, then splurge for this sounds system!

Monitor Audio Mass with the Pioneer VSX-1131

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Surround: 5.1
WiFi: Yes
3D Ready: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
Watts per channel: 170 Watts

This sound system is great for catching detail, range of volume and updated design. Not only is it well known for its remarkable sound, it is just as applauded for its compact size. Gone are the days when you were distracted from your movie because of bulky sound systems. The Monitor Audio Mass makes it so that you are able to focus on the screen, all the while experiencing quality audio. Although this sound system doesn’t come with its own receiver, we recommend the VSX-1131 for a fitting pair.

ELAC Debut 5.0 Home Theater Package

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Surround: Yes
WiFi: Unknown
3D Ready: Unknown
Bluetooth: Yes
Watts per channel: 120 Watts

The Elac Debut delivers incredible performance for a remarkable price. It is known for its smoothness which makes dialogue sound as though it is happening in real life — not just on screen. With this smoothness also comes depth of space and large bass capability. It packs a mean punch during action scenes but can be just as rewarding during the more delicate on screen audio. The ELAC S10EQ app-controlled subwoofer is included and allows you to tune the low-bass output to adapt to the acoustics of your media room.


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Do you want to step up your movie watching experience? Now that you have a better idea of the best sound systems in the home theater game, be sure to include a SoundShaker to your chairs to really feel the movie. Seats will shake and vibrate in synchronization with on-screen action! The SoundShaker seat vibration kit is a revolutionary product and one-of-a-kind. It attaches to your individual seat with easy setup and wireless connection.

The SoundShaker amp can power up to four shakers at once, that way you and the whole crew can enjoy the experience. In addition to your new sound system, the SoundShaker will surely bring a crowd. So, put your feet up, turn on the latest movie release and get ready to feel as though you are in the movie alongside your favorite characters! Head over to 4seating to check out how you can include the SoundShaker into your home theater!

Avoid These Common Home Theater Design Mistakes


It’s finally here – the anticipation has been building for years and you’re finally ready to execute a new home theater setup! From lighting and sound to projector and TV, the options can be quite overwhelming. The good news is you’re not the first to set up a new media room so learn from others’ mistakes and enjoy creating your new space! Get the scoop on what NOT to do in your new home theater room:

Bad Lighting

There’s nothing that’ll ruin your viewing experience like a glare on your TV screen, or lights that drown out your video projection. For a home theater, the darker the room, the better the experience. If your home theater has windows, don’t place your TV on the wall opposite the windows. Additionally, consider the surface of your TV screen. If it has a matte surface, it should minimize light reflections; but if it has an extra glass-like coating, light sources may create additional reflections, distracting from the picture.


Projector Versus TV

If your mindset is to go big or go home, there’s probably an internal argument going on about whether to get a really big TV or a projector and screen. If you’re looking to get the biggest bang for your buck, you need to take into consideration the cost per inch of picture and the quality of picture, both being inextricably linked.

If a projector and screen combination is what you seek, then be sure to weigh the pros and cons before pulling the trigger. If you’re seeking better brightness, resolution, and color accuracy (just to name a few), a large TV is the way to go. However, if you’re inclined to desire more in the way of size, a projector and screen combo may reign supreme.

Buying the Wrong Size TV


We know you want a big TV –who doesn’t? But, an excessively large TV isn’t always the best option for the size of the room or the viewing distance. For 720p and 1080p HDTVs, the optimal viewing distance from the viewer to the TV should be about 1.5 times the width of the TV screen. If you have a 55-inch Plasma, LCD, or OLED HDTV, for example, sit about seven to nine feet from the screen. With the current trend towards 4K Ultra HD TVs, however, you’ll get a better viewing experience if you sit closer to the TV. On the other hand, if you buy a TV that’s too small, it will be like looking through a tiny window. To ensure you get the best screen size for your space, measure the available width and height you have in the room, and the seating distance from the screen. One of the biggest reasons people return their TVs is because it is either too small or too big to fit the designated space!

Buying Cheap Seats

cheap seats

Don’t cheapen your experience by buying or repurposing conventional house furniture or uncomfortable, but inexpensive seats. One of the best things about having a home theater is having your very own clean, comfortable seats to curl up in. If you’re spending the time and money to design your home theater, you’ll want to invest in seats that will both showcase your style and last you a lifetime. These reclining Seatcraft Excalibur LX Home Theater Seats are made of premium top grain leather (the most durable tier of leather), have ambient floor and cupholder lighting, and come with USB charging stations. Seats like these will definitely take your home theater game to the next level.

Great Image, Awful Surround Sound

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You connect and place the speakers and turn everything on, but it doesn’t sound right. You can’t hear dialogue over the rest of the soundtrack, the surround sound effect is too low, and the bass is overwhelming. Help! Try using a sound meter to generate test tones and use the setup program that most theater receivers have to match your speakers’ capabilities to the characteristics of your room. This will help determine the size of the speakers and the optimal distance for listening, and will use this information to adjust the sound output level of each speaker. If you have a medium or large room, a set of floor-standing speakers is probably your best bet because they provide a full range sound and are able to move the sound through larger rooms. If you don’t have a lot of space,  a set of bookshelf speakers may be a perfect option.

Not Hitting Budget Margins

Forming an appropriate budget and sticking to it will save you a lot of stress in what may seem like an overwhelming task. In order to do this, consider a variety of brands and models, do your research, avoid prices that seem too good to be true, and don’t devote your entire budget to the big ticket items. More often than not, doorbuster items won’t meet your needs. This doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune on things like TVs or seating, but consider doing some research to determine which item will fit your preferences and budget. Also, don’t forget about the little guys! It’s easy to overlook things like wires, cables, wall mounts, remote controls, and other accessories that will add up.


Placing Speakers In Cabinets Or Furniture

Despite recent trends of hiding speakers in cabinets, furniture, or behind plants, this will really hurt audio performance. High quality speakers perform their best in an open room; if you put speakers inside cabinets, you essentially undo all the work the designer did to make the speaker sound great. Rather than adding to your home theater experience, you’ll get a muddled, booming sound quality that’s much worse than it would be without extra speakers.


Don’t conclude a movie night and allow your guests to leave your new home theater room in complete disappointment all over their faces! A truly great home theater is more than just the projector and screen – it’s about how it all comes together to give a fully immersive experience! Need some design or home theater advice? Ask our experts at!

Our Favorite Home Theater Projectors

The seating, lights, sound, and design are all major aspects of your home theater. But, the screen is just as important and a major focal point when walking into your home theater room. Framed by red home theater curtains with all luxury seating facing in its direction, the projector and screen are the main attraction. Sure, you could buy a big screen TV, but the best way to watch the game or dive into the movie is to have a large screen and projector. Projectors give you control over the size of the screen– whether that is the size of the entire wall or something on the smaller side. We’ve rounded up our top 5 favorite home theater projectors.

Best for Smaller Rooms:

Viewsonic PJD7828HDL


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The short-throw lens on this projector achieves a huge projected image in a small space.

The upside: The unique cable management system offers a way to hide cables. At 3200 lumens, the brightness of this projector makes it a great choice for a room with some ambient light.

The downside: Has lighter black levels and less-accurate colors than other less expensive projectors. Some reviewers also reported trouble with the remote.


– Full HD 1080p
– 3200 Lumens
– Built-in 10W speaker
– 1.5:1 throw ratio; 4.2-46.9 ft throw distance


Best 4K Projector:

Sony VPL-VW365ES

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Often costing upwards of $8,000, 4K projectors are quite an investment. This projector from Sony offers great picture and other features.

The upside: This projector upscales 1080p content to 4K with ease. The 300,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio makes colors display vividly.

The downside: Like most 4K projectors, this does not have a short-throw lens, so make sure you have the space. Images are hard to see in daylight at 1,500 lumens.


– Full 4K resolution
– Screen size range: 42-85 inches from 8 feet, 83-167 inches from 16 feet
– 6,000 hour lamp life
– Color brightness: 1500 Lumens, white brightness: 1500 Lumens


Best Connectivity and Features:

Viewsonic PRO7827HD

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This projector offers a number of HDMI inputs as well as best in class connectivity.

The upside: There are 3 HDMI inputs, a plus for a user with a higher number of connected devices. One of these inputs is in a hidden nook, designed to be the perfect size for streaming sticks. The audio goes through the Viewsonic’s audio input as well.

The downside: There are other projectors that offer better video processing speed and picture quality at this $800 price point.


– Full HD 1080p
– Compatible with Mac, Windows, DVD players, Blu-ray players, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV and Chromecast
– 1.5 throw ratio, 4.2-46.9 ft throw distance
– Screen size range: 130 inches at 12 feet, 220 inches at 20 feet


Best Budget-Friendly Projector:

Optoma HD142X

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Coming in at under $550, the Optoma HD142X is the ideal purchase for the budget-conscious buyer.

The upside: This full HD projector has good image quality, with generally accurate color and contrast. You can get 5,000 hours out of its bulb at its brightest mode, or up to 8,000 on a less-brighter setting. This projector is long-throw, meaning it can cast a big picture in a small room.

The downside: Its colors are less sharp and accurate than some more expensive competitors. It also does not have an AV input (just 2 HDMI inputs), so you can’t connect older devices.


– Screen size range: 66 inches from 8 feet, 107 inches from 12 feet
– Brightness: 3000 Lumens
– Contrast ratio: 23,000:1


Best for Gamers:

Viewsonic PJD7720HD

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With little lag time and an intuitive, user-friendly design, this projector is a gamer’s dream. With Viewsonic’s most advanced color technology, plan to enjoy a fully immersive movie experience.

The upside: This projector has very little lag time, making it perfect for the avid gamer. It also experiences little to no performance deterioration over time. Complete with a short throw lens, this projector works great in modest-sized rooms as well.

The downside: It only has one HDMI input. This can be problematic considering the number of devices an owner may want to connect.


– Full HD 1080p, 3200 Lumens
– Screen size ratio: 101 inches at 12 feet, 277 inches at 30 feet
– 22,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
– 1.49~1.64:1 throw ratio, 3.25-35.73 ft throw distance

A good projector is a must for a large and high quality picture. Choose one that best suits your needs– be that for gaming, ultra-high definition, or much flexibility. There is a projector for every need and every budget. Whether you’re just building your home theater or looking to upgrade, investing in a projector is a great choice.

To add the cherry on top, ensure your home theater seating is comfortable and relaxing with luxury seats from Seatcraft. Accompany the seats with entertaining accessories such as the wine glass caddy, SoundShaker seat vibration kit, or the adjustable tablet holder.

New Releases Streaming July 2017

Looking for streaming movies and shows to binge-watch this July? We’ve got you covered! Here is a comprehensive list of all the shows and movies you won’t want to miss in the comfort of your air conditioning and SeatCraft seats!

Amazon Prime Instant Video New Releases

It’s a good time to be an Amazon Prime subscriber this month. With so many new releases, you’ll be lucky if you make it off your couch all weekend.

What stands out from the list?

  • ALL of the Star Trek movies *
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly *
  • Braveheart
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Here’s the full list:

July 1

1 Dead Party (2014)14 Women (2007)18 Swirling Riders (1977)

The 28th Day: Wrath Of Steph (2010)

48 Hrs

8 Heads In A Duffel Bag

Abolition (2013)

Agent Cody Banks

Air: The Musical (2010)

All American Zombie Drugs (2013)

Amnesiac (2013)

Another 48 Hrs

Appetite (1998)

Area 51

The Artworks (2003)

Assassin Of The Tsar (1991)


BigFoot Wars (2014)

Blind Heat (2000)

Blood Moon Rising (2010)

Blood Reaper (2004)


Boricua (2004)


Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Bull Durham

Bumblef**k, USA (2013)

Bunnyman Massacre (2014)

Carne: The Taco Maker (2014)

Carnies (2010)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

Clear And Present Danger

Cold Mountain

The Corrupted (2013)

Crystal River (2008)

Cutthroat Island

Day We Met (1990)

Dead Evidence (2001)

Death Wish IV: The Crackdown

Destination Vegas (1995)

Dilemma (1997)

Dirt Merchant (1999)

Dragonblade (2004)

Dream A Little Dream

Drunk Wedding

The Eagle and the Hawk

Eight Men Out

Elephant (1989)

The First Wives Club


Flipping (1997)

Fly Me To The Moon

Foreign Fields (2000)

Frankenstein Reborn (2014)Free MoneyFrozen Kiss (2009)

G Men From Hell (2000)

Gene-Fusion (2011)

The General (1998)

Get Well Soon

Ghost Bride (2014)


The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

Gunshy (1998)

Hazard Jack (2014)

Hobgoblins (1988)

House Of The Dead

House Of The Dead 2

The Hunt For Red October

Intimate Affairs (2001)

Into The Fire (2005)

Jack In Ihe Box (2012)

Jezebeth (2013)

Jingles The Clown (2013)

John Grisham’s The Rainmaker

Johnny Guitar

Killing Ariel (2008)

Killing Zoe


The Last Word

Lazarus: Day Of The Living Dead (2014)

The Letter

The Little Kidnappers (1991)

Little Red Devil (2011)

Lost In Siberia (1991)

Lovin Molly (1974)

The Lucky Ones


Married to the Mob

The Matrix Reloaded

The Matrix Revolutions

Meeting Spencer


The Midnight Meat Train

Model Behaviour

Morning Glory


Moscow Heat

My Bloody Wedding


New Order

Night Train

On the Q.T.

Paradise Lost


The Peacemaker

Phil The AlienPiPlayers


Pootie Tang


The Presidio

Princess Juliet

Private Lessons

Prophet’s Game

Reasonable Doubt

Red Tide


Relative Evil

Remington and the Curse of the Zombadings

Rescue Dawn

Rosemary’s Baby

Sample People



Shunned House

Silent Youth

Silo Killer 2

Slip & Fall

Smoke N’ Lightnin’


Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Star Trek Vll: Generations

Star Trek VIII: First Contact

Star Trek IX: Insurrection

Streets of Rage

Sugar Boxx

Suicide Kings

Sweet Angel Mine

The Tale of the Voodoo Prostitute

The Telling

A Texas Funeral

This Revolution

Top Dog

Up in the Air


When Justice Fails

Where Truth Lies

Who’s Your Monkey

Wild Wild West


Zombie Wars: Battle of the Bone


July 4

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

July 6

The Assignment

The Salesman (Amazon original)

Under the Gun

July 7

Begum Jaan

Happy Birthday, Sweetie

July 8

Our Kind of Traitor

July 9

Sliding Doors

July 13

Mr. Robot: Season 2

July 14

Its Gawd!

July 16

Salvation: Season 1

July 19

Antarctica: Ice & Sky

Miss Sloane

July 21

Niko and the Sword of Light: Season 1 (Amazon original)

July 28


The Last Tycoon: Season 1 (Amazon original)

The Living and the Dead: Season 1

July 31

Jeepers Creepers

Netflix New Releases

June was a slow month for Netflix, but July is jam packed with new and returning TV original series, popular TV shows and noteworthy movies.

Be sure to check out:

  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story *
  • Titanic
  • The Boy in The Striped Pajamas
  • Lion *
  • The Dark Night

Here’s the full list:


July 1

Capo “El amo del tunel”: Season 1

Deep Water: Season 1

El Barco: Season 1

Hostages (Israel): Season 2

Offspring: Season 6

The Originals: Season 4

Spice Up: Season 1

Yours Fatefully: Season 1

The Ultimatum: Season 1


Unriddle II

Witnesses: Season 2

World at Your Feet: Season 1

Yes We Can!: Season 1

July 2

El Chema: Season 1

July 4

The Standups: Season 1

July 5

iZombie: Season 3

July 7

Castlevania: Season 1

Dawn of the Croods: Season 4

Degrassi: Next Class: Season 4

Luna Petunia: Season 2

July 14

Friends From College: Season 1

July 15

Rake: Season 4

West Coast Customs: Season 4

July 18

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: Season 3

July 20

Pretty Little Liars

July 21

Last Chance U: Season 2

Ozark: Season 1

The Worst Witch: Season 1

July 28

Daughters of Destiny: Season 1

The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 5


July 1

Albion: The Enchanted Stallion

Are We There Yet?

Are We Done Yet?

The Astronaut Farmer

Best in Show

Boat Trip

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas


Code Name: The Cleaner



Disney’s The Mighty Ducks


E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Free Willy

Here Alone

The Invisible Guest (Contratiempo)

Jackass: Number Two

The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure

The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving

Last Night

Liar’s Dice

The Longest Yard

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Matchstick Men

Mixed Signals

Out of Thin Air

Police Academy

Proof of Life

Punch-Drunk Love

Spawn: The Movie

Taking Lives


The Truth Is in the Stars

Zip & Zap and the Marble Gang

July 3

Diamond Cartel

Extraordinary: The Stan Romanek Story

July 6


Speech & Debate

The Void

July 7

1 Mile to You (Life At These Speeds)

July 8

Bad Santa 2

Horse Dancer

July 9


July 11

Gabriel Iglesias Presents the Gentleman Jerry Rocha

July 14

Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile

Chasing Coral

To the Bone

July 17

A Cowgirl’s Story

Fittest on Earth: A Decade of Fitness

Uncertain Glory

July 18

Aditi Mittal: Things They Wouldn’t Let Me Say

Ari Shaffir: Double Negative: Collection

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

July 22

Railroad Tigers

July 24


July 25

Joe Mande’s Award-Winning Comedy Special

Munroe Island

July 28

The Incredible Jessica James

July 31

After the Reality


Dark Night

Taking Earth

Hulu New Releases

*Need a little help choosing? Here’s the crème de la crème of new releases coming out this July:

  1. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Action/Sci-Fi)

The Star Wars Movies do not disappoint. Neither does Rogue one, the latest of the series of movies. The rebel alliance fight against the Galactic Empire to steal plans of their latest weapon, the Death Star. Watch Rogue One on Amazon Instant Video for Prime members this month.

  1. Nerve (Action/Sci-Fi)

Nerve’s theatrical release got lost in the shuffle of super heroes last summer, but it makes for the perfect Friday night flick to stream from home. Starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco, the film is centered around the young co-stars stuck in a real-time game of Truth or Dare, minus the “Truth” option.

  1. Lion (Drama/Biographical)

A touching story of family, perseverance and identity. Lion showcases the story of a 5 year old boy separated from his family in Calcutta. After facing many challenges, he is adopted by a family in Australia. As an adult, he goes on a quest across the globe to find his family once again. Don’t miss this heartfelt film on Netflix this month.

  1. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Action/Western)

Clint Eastwood stars as ‘Blondie’ in this classic western shoot em’ up. Blondie takes matters into his own hands in a race to find a buried gold treasure. Eastwood gives a memorable performance in this film. Stream it on Amazon Instant Video if this sounds like a good fit for you.

  1. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (Comedy)

If you haven’t seen Talladega Nights, do yourself a favor and watch it. Will Ferrell stars as Ricky Bobby, Nascar’s number one driver. This comedy is one of Ferrell’s most notable films and will surely be a house favorite. Watch Talladega Nights on Hulu this July and remember: ‘If you ain’t first, you’re last!’.

Here’s the full list of July releases on Hulu:

July 1

48 Hours8 Heads in a Duffel BagAltered States

Another 48 Hours

Area 51

As I Am: The Life and Times of DJ AM


Beverly Hills Ninja

The Blob



Bull Durham

Cat O’Nine Tails

Clear and Present Danger



Dark City

Dead Calm

Death Wish IV: The Crackdown

The Devil’s Advocate

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

Dream a Little Dream

Drunk Wedding (2015)

The Eagle and the Hawk (1950)

Eight Men Out (1988)

Encino Man (1992)

The Fan (1996)

The First Wives Club (1996)

A Fistful of Dynamite (1972)

Flashdance (1983)

Fly Me to the Moon (2008)

Free Money (1998)

The Furies (1950)

Get Well Soon (2002)

Godsend (2004)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1967)House of the Dead (2003)House of the Dead 2 (2006)

Hudson Hawk (1991)

The Hunt for Red October (1990)

John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998)

John Grisham’s The Rainmaker (1997)

Johnny Guitar (1954)

The Juror (1996)

Killing Zoe (1994)

Kingpin (1996)

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV (2016)

Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (2008)

La Bamba (1987)

Les Miserables (1998)

The Letter (2012)

Lost Souls (2000)

The Lucky Ones (2008)

A Man Alone (1955)

The Mangler (1995)

Manhattan (1979)

Married to the Mob (1988)

The Mask (1994)

The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

Misery (1990)

My Dog Skip (2000)

Needful Things (1993)

Nerve (2016)

Payback (1999)

The Peacemaker (1997)

A Perfect Murder (1998)

Pootie Tang (2001)

The Presidio (1988)

The Professional (1994)

Reasonable Doubt (2014)

Rescue Dawn (2007)Riding in Cars With Boys (2001)Road House (1989)

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Rustler’s Rhapsody (1985)

Sacred Ground (1983)

Santee (1975)<br
School Daze (1988)

Scrooged (1988)

Sense and Sensibility (1995)

Sniper (1993)

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

Star Trek IX: Insurrection (1998)

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

Star Trek VIII: First Contact (1996)

Star Trek VII: Generations (1994)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

Suicide Kings (1997)

Syriana (2005)

The Tall Stranger (1957)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (1991)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 (1993)

The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)

The Water Horse (2007)

To the Arctic (2012)

Top Dog (1995)

Top of the Food Chain (2000)

Up in the Air (2009)

Walking Tall (2004)

The Witches (1990)

Wolfen (1981)

July 4

Jonah: A Veggie Tales Movie (2002)

July 5

The Eric Andre Show: Complete Season 4 (Adult Swim)

Prince Avalanche (2013)

The Sorcerer and the White Snake (2011)

July 6

Under the Gun (2016)

July 7

Pure: Complete Season 1 (Cineflix)

July 8

Our Kind of Traitor (2016)

July 9

Sliding Doors (1998)

July 10

Blood, Sand & Gold (2017)

July 12

The Bold Type: Series Premiere (Freeform)

Humpday (2009)

Melancholia (2011)

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)

July 14

Uncle Grandpa: Complete Season 4 (Cartoon Network)

Da Sweet Blood of Jesus (2014)

July 16

Inside Job (2010)

July 19

John Dies at the End (2012)

July 20

Tagged: Complete Season 1 (Awesomeness TV)

July 23

Touch of Light (2012)

July 24

Guardians of Oz (2017)
Touch of the Light (2012)

July 25

Midnight, Texas: Series Premiere (NBC)

Somewhere Between: Series Premiere (ABC)

July 26

Good Ol’ Frieda (2013)

Oxford Murders (2008)

July 28

Betch: Complete Season 2 (Awesomeness TV)

July 30

96 Souls (2016)

July 31

Jeepers Creepers (2001)

Happy Streaming!