September 30, 2011 // 4:05 pm
- Sony Network Entertainment Marketing Manager Christopher Lastrapes
has shared a video today spotlighting the new PlayStation Video Store and Music Unlimited updates for this weekend, as follows:
Transformers: Dark of the Moon unleashes onto the video store today in New Releases. Three years after the events of the second film, the Decepticons embrace new technology to enslave humanity.
(Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), Josh Duhamel (Life As We Know It), John Turturro (Cars 2), Tyrese Gibson (Fast Five) and Victoria's Secret model Rose Huntington-Whiteley lead the human side of the cast.
The thrilling action film Set Up hits the store this week starring Bruce Willis (RED) in Movies. When a heist goes bad, one man teams with the most dangerous man in town to seek revenge Ryan Phillippe (The Lincoln Lawyer), 50 Cent (13) and Randy Couture (The Expendables) round out the cast.
99 Cent Movie Rents continues in Rent Now with rentals for just 99 cents in SD or $1.99 in HD! Be sure to regularly check our site for what titles are featured each week.
Our Fall TV Survival Guide keeps being updated with the latest episodes from the new television season in TV Shows. For a limited time, check out free episodes of great new shows like Charlie's Angels, Pan Am and the Steven Spielberg produced Terra Nova.
Fast Five is just a few days away, so you'll find Fast & Furious to own for just $9.99 in HD and $6.99 in SD this week only our Fast & Furious Collection under Collections & Sales.
For those down on their luck, our Deal of the Week highlights Movies that Will Get You Lucky. Find the perfect date night movies like Killers, My Best Friend's Girl, Dirty Dancing and Forget Me Not at amazing low prices that serve as great treat for that special someone in your life.
Want intense warrior action on your PlayStation 3 all the time? Then grab the amazing Spartacus: Blood and Sand Dynamic Theme, available now in the Game Store.
Here's a glimpse of what's in store...
Just In TV
US Store: Terra Nova: Season 1, Gossip Girl: Season 5, Mythbusters: Season 11, The Real World: Season 26, Private Practice: Season 5, Happy Endings: Season 2, Hung: Season 2, and more!
Canada Store: Terra Nova: Season 1, Gossip Girl: Season 5, Hung: Season 2, Supernatural: Season 7, and more!
New Release Movies
US Store: Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Set Up, Go For It, Gordon Glass, Good Neighbors, Inside Out, and more!
Canada Store: Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Inside Out, The Boxer and the Bombshell, The Clash of Empires, The Ledge, and more!
Top US Movie Purchases
X-Men: First Class
Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown
Everything Must Go
Top US TV Shows Purchases
Sons of Anarchy | Season 4 - Dorylus
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia | Season 7 - The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore
Comedy Central Roasts | Season 5 - The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen: Uncensored
Supernatural | Season 7 - Meet the New Boss
Archer | Season 3 - Heart of Archness: Part II
Jersey Shore | Season 4 - Where Is My Boyfriend?
Family Guy | Season 10 - Lottery Fever
Sons of Anarchy | Season 4 - Booster
The Office | Season 8 - The List
The Vampire Diaries | Season 3 - The Hybrid
South Park Dynamic Theme
The Dark Knight™: Joker Theme
SpongeBob SquarePants Dynamic Theme
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Dynamic Theme
Jackass 3.5 Dynamic Theme
Sports Illustrated Swimsuits 2011 Dynamic Theme
Family Guy Theme
Sons Of Anarchy Theme
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Dynamic Theme
2010 SI Swimsuit Dynamic Theme
KORN Announce New Album, "The Path of Totality" - Enter to Win a Chance to Meet Them in NYC!
KORN just released the date for their 10th studio album, The Path of Totality, seeing light on 12/6/11. This album takes the band into new territories, teaming up with dubstep stars Noisia, Kill the Noise and 12th Planet. Their single, "Get Up!" (ft. Skrillex) has been a Music Unlimited favorite, finding it's way to the top of our rock charts and providing a great window into what this new album will sound like. From curating their own festivals to writing music for video games, KORN continues to push the limits.
Want to meet KORN in NYC? Don't forget to enter the Music Unlimited Concert Tickets and After Party Sweepstakes for a chance to win for you and four friends! Check out the Sony Entertainment Network Facebook
page, click the "like" button and find the "Music Unlimited Concert Tickets and After Party" tab on the left to get started. Contest entries close 10/14/11.
Featured New Releases on Music Unlimited:
J. Cole - Cole World: The Sideline Story
Some incredible buzz has been building around J. Cole after signing to Jay-Z's Roc Nation. He's since graduated from college, put out several hit mixtapes and toured alongside Rihanna and Jay-Z himself. His steady stream of new music and videos has led to this long awaited debut, including 12 tracks he produced himself. Get ready, because now that J. Cole is off the bench, there's no stopping him.
If you like: Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Young Jeezy
Recommended Track: "Mr. Nice Watch (ft. Jay-Z)"
Wilco - The Whole Love
It's been a good couple of years for Wilco. Create a new music festival? Check. New record label? Check. Sponsor a little league team, create a custom Wilco bike? Check and Check. They even managed to make another great record. Not a bad list of accomplishments for a band on the backend of their second decade blurring the lines between Country, Folk and Alternative Rock.
If you like: Ryan Adams, Yo La Tengo, Spoon
Recommended Track: "Capitol City"
Blink 182 - Neighborhoods
While a band reunion is not a novel concept, the circumstance that brought about the return of Blink 182 were the results of tragedy. After an acrimonious split lead to a series of different projects, (Angels and Airwaves for Tom DeLonge, +44 for Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker), a 2008 plane crash that killed four people and left Barker with third degree burns over half his body was the catalyst for reconciliation.
A tour in 2009 was a major celebration for fans, but it would be another two years before new material would appear as Neighborhoods. "Up All Night" is a blistering attack of heavy percussion and guitar feedback that might catch long-time fans off-guard at first, but a signature pop-laded chorus along with the lead vocal volley between DeLonge and Hoppus is as familiar as ever.
If you like: Taking Back Sunday, My Chemical Romance, Green Day
Recommended Track: "After Midnight"