It’s highly unlikely you’re able to drag you and your friends and family to see every movie of interest in theaters. That’s why we here at Screen Invasion love to highlight what’s available on DVD/Blu-Ray, Netflix, and also Movies on Demand. Highlights of the new titles in July include the raunchy American Reunion (Unedited) and the critically underseen, but charming Salmon Fishing in the Yemen both of which premiere the same day as their DVD release and weeks before Netflix and Redbox.  All of the major releases are offered in both standard and high-definition*, along with many indies.

A rich assortment of Indies premiere in July covering the gamut in genres and taste.  Highlights include 2 Days in New York, the sequel to 2 Days in Paris, Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview, a recently unearthed revelatory interview with the visionary Jobs from 1995, and Being Flynn with Robert DeNiro, plus the internationally acclaimed The Flowers of War. Also premiering in July are Margaret which has a cult following and Casa de Mi Padre the telenovela spoof with title song by Christina Aguilera. Plus, Footnote, Jiro Dreams of Sushi and other gems such as the critically acclaimed The Deep Blue Sea.  See below for more detail.

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Here’s the full list from the press release:

“American Reunion (Unedited)” – Premieres July 10, (Same day as DVD, weeks before Netflix & Redbox), TV-MA, Comedy, Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan. Read our review from it’s theatrical release here.


“Friends with Kids” – Premieres July 13, (Before DVD, Netflix & Redbox), R, Comedy, Jennifer Westfeldt, Adam Scott. Watch the red-band trailer here. 


“Lockout (Unedited)” – Premieres July 17, (Same day as DVD), TV-MA, Action, Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace. See our review here. 


“The Three Stooges” – Premieres July 17, (Same day as DVD, weeks before Netflix & Redbox), PG, Comedy, Sean Hayes, Will Sasso. Read our generous 2 star review here. 


“Salmon Fishing in the Yemen” – Premieres July 17, (Same day as DVD), PG-13, Drama, Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt


“Silent House” – Premieres July 24, (Same day as DVD, weeks before Netflix & Redbox), R, Horror, Elizabeth Olsen

Indie Titles*:

“Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” – Premieres July 1, TV-G, Documentary, Steve Jobs, Robert X. Cringely


“Why Stop Now?” – Premieres July 5, (Same day as theaters), TV-MA, Comedy, Jesse Eisenberg, Melissa Leo


“2 Days in New York” – Premieres July 6, (Before theatrical release), R, Comedy, Julie Delpy, Chris Rock

“Being Flynn” – Premieres July 10, (Same day as DVD, weeks before Netflix and Redbox), R, Drama, Robert DeNiro, Paul Dano. Read our review of the Alt Rock/Instrumental soundtrack.


“The Flowers of War” – Premieres July 10, (Same Day as DVD), R, Action, Christian Bale, Ni Ni


“Margaret” – Premieres July 10, (Same Day as DVD, weeks before Netflix & Redbox), R, Drama, Matt Damon, Anna Paquin. Have you heard about the curious case of Margaret? Read about it’s journey to the screen and our review.

“Lovely Molly” – Premieres July 16, (Weeks before DVD, Netflix & Redbox), R, Horror, Gretchen Lodge, Johnny Lewis

“Casa de Mi Padre” – Premieres July 17, (Same Day as DVD), R, Comedy, Will Ferrell, Gael García Bernal. Not sure if you’ll like this one? That depends, some people get the joke and some don’t. Also, check out our soundtrack review here.

“We the Party” – Premieres July 19, (Before DVD, Netflix & Redbox), R, Comedy, Mario Van Peebles, Mandela Van Peebles

“Footnote” – Premieres July 24, (Same day as DVD), PG, Drama, Shlomo Bar-Aba, Lior Ashkenazi


“Jiro Dreams of Sushi” – Premieres July 24, (Same day as DVD), PG, Documentary, Jiro Ono, Yoshikazu Ono. Read our review here. 


“The Deep Blue Sea” – Premieres July 24, (Same day as DVD), R, Drama, Rachel Weisz, Tom Hiddleston. Check out the trailer here. 

“The Good Doctor” – Premieres July 27, (Before theatrical release), PG-13, Thriller, Orlando Bloom, Riley Keough

“Detention” – Premieres July 31, (Same day as DVD), R, Comedy, Josh Hutcherson, Dane Cook. Watch the genre-blending trailer here. 


“LOL” – Premieres July 31, (Before DVD),PG-13, Drama, Miley Cyrus, Demi Moore. Read our trailer deconstruction for a good laugh. 

*Title dates and availability may vary by system. *HD and 3D not available in all systems.

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With a soft spot for movies that fall into the “So Bad They’re Good” category, Kristal Bailey regularly watches B-movies, 80s comedies, and sci-fi from the 50s and 60s. She also refuses to grow up if that means she has to hide her love for Disney and Pixar films.

In her free time, she enjoys reading graphic novels or books that are soon to be turned into movies, watching hours and hours of television, and spending way too much time on Twitter.