Category Archives: DVD

It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World – DVD: Special Report

  If you see the word Criterion on the cover of one of your DVDs it’s generally considered that what you have is the Rolls Royce edition of that film. The Criterion Collection team announces new titles once a month, and last year they hinted that they’d be doing a fresh treatment on the 1963 […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases 11/19/13

  Note: To order any of the following films click on the poster. In We’re the Millers David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) owes money to his drug dealer (Ed Helms) who offers David a job.  Somehow he is to smuggle a large amount of pot out of Mexico and get it pass customs into the United […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases: 11/12/13

  Note: To order any of the following click on the poster. The Superman reboot, Man of Steel, is really a 148 minute prologue, a lengthy introduction to what I’m sure Warner Brothers hopes will be a hugely profitable franchise in the way the Dark Knight was. British actor Henry Cavill makes a good-looking Superman.  […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases: 11/05/13

  Note: To order any of the following, click on the poster. After Olympus Has Fallen and now White House Down, if there’s one thing we’ve learned at the movies it’s that the safest and most protected house in the country is really anything but. The story is preposterous, we all know that, and the […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases 10/15/13

  Note: To order any of the following, click on the poster. In Pacific Rim, massive, repulsive looking creatures known as ‘Kaiju’ are rising, one by one, from the depths and trampling over cities, Godzilla style, crushing everything in their path.  At first, the attacks from those ridiculously oversized creatures appear random, but as Charlie […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases – 10/08/13

  Note: To order any of the following films, click on the poster. Writer/director Joss Whedon is a brave man.  Not only has he made a film based on a Shakespeare classic, Much Ado About Nothing, he’s updated the setting to modern times while maintaining the original Elizabethan language.  And it’s in black and white.  […]

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