Here’s your guide to help you plan your XFINITY On Demand viewing schedule, plus Leonard Maltin’s movie picks and interviews (see below) with Indie Film Club stars exclusively for Xfinity TV subscribers.
Don’t Miss: HBO Boxing Pacquiao vs. Marquez
Manny Pacquiao. Juan Manuel Marquez. Two fighters who were made to fight each other. They’ve fought two unforgettable battles to a virtual drawl, and their styles ignite the perfect storm in the ring. Watch the event live on Pay-Per-View Saturday, November 12th.
Favorite Sleeper Movie On Demand
A temperamental musician is forced to learn a few things about family and responsibility in this comedy-drama from director David M. Rosenthal.
Watch a preview below.
November 11: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Plus Harry Potter movies 1 through 6 and tons of free extras.
November 15: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Strange Tides
Also, watch a free 10 min. preview of the new release Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides before you rent, plus all 4 movies from the franchise and other free extras. Also available in HD.
November 22: Spy Kids: All the Time in the World
Is this movie for children? Find out what Common Sense Media recommends.
November 29: 30 Minutes or Less
Add this movie to your Queue so you know when it’s available and watch a preview here.
Don’t Miss These Specials:
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
Invite yourself to Charlie Brown’s for dinner this Thanksgiving. In this delightful and timeless 1973 special, take a pilgrimage to your living room and join Snoopy, Woodstock, Linus, Sally and the rest of the gang.
Nirvana: Check out videos from Nirvana in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their 1991 album Nevermind. Available beginning November 10.
Indie Movies & Exclusive Interviews
I Melt with You:
Four friends come together for a reunion that leads them down a self-destructive path in this drama.
Read an interview with star Jeremy Piven and watch the preview below.
Man on the Train:
An enigmatic thief (Larry Mullen Jr.) plots to rob a small-town bank, but his plans are derailed when he is invited into the home of a retired poetry professor (Donald Sutherland).
Read an interview with the film’s star and U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr.
Films of Fury:The Kung Fu Movie Movie
This documentary about the wild world of kung-fu cinema includes scenes from over 200 different films and profiles stars such as Jackie Chan and Jet Li.
Read this interview with the film’s author, Ric Meyers.
Leonard Maltin’s Movie Picks
See what the esteemed critic recommends.