Friday, January 15, 2016

Casa Video Top 10

Posted By on Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 10:00 AM

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It's cold outside. If you're brave (or have taken the initiative to actually build up a proper winter wardrobe) spend the weekend doing things! Enjoy yo'self. Or, you could brave the outdoors just long enough to get in and out of our favorite local video store, before hunkering down under a glorious pile of comforters. 

But what to watch? These were the most popular rentals at Casa Video for the first full week of 2016:

1. Sicario

2. The Visit

3. Bone Tomahawk

4. The Walk

5. Maze Runner Scorch Trials 

6. Hitman: Agent 47

7. The Green Inferno

8. Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation

9. A Walk in the Woods

10. Fantastic Four

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