New this week on home video, Michael Bay‘s Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen blasts its way onto DVD and Blu-ray; high school turns a little noir in the comedy Assassination Of A High School President; Nazi zombies take over the hills in the Indie horror film Dead Snow; plus a look at The Transformers – complete cartoon series, It’s Garry Shandling’s Show, and Waterworld on Blu-ray.
New this week, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds star as fake fiancées in the romantic comedy, The Proposal; Sam Raimi directs Alison Lohman in the critically acclaimed horror film, Drag Me To Hell; plus a look at the box office bomb, Land Of The Lost, and one of the funniest animated movies, South Park Bigger, Longer, & Uncut on Blu-ray.
Celebrate one of the most classic musicals of all time this week with the re-release of My Fair Lady on DVD, starring Audrey Hepburn as the one and only Eliza Doolittle. Also available this week, Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo star in the caper The Brothers Bloom; Jack Black and Michael Cera go back in time for the lame comedy Year One; plus a quick look at the documentary Anvil! The Story of Anvil, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Blu-ray.
New on home video this week, Steve Zahn and Jennifer Aniston star in the indie-romantic comedy, Management; Monsters vs. Aliens brings the battle of the b-movie creatures to earth once more; plus I take a look at The Girlfriend Experience, and re-releases of the Wizard of Oz, The Dark Crystal, and Labyrinth on Blu-ray.
Coming out this week on DVD and Blu-ray, Matthew McConaughey plays a monumental jerk forced to change his ways in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, and Seth Rogen stars as a security guard looking for a future in Observe and Report. Plus, a look at the dramedy Lymelife, and Shaun of the Dead arrives on Blu-ray.
Out this week on home video, the great Hugh Jackman puts on the shiny metal claws again for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Army of Darkness, with b-movie legend Bruce Campbell, arrives on Blu-ray.
Coming out this week on DVD and Blu-ray, Russell Crowe plays a journalist looking for dangerous truths in State Of Play, Disneynature’s Earth takes us on a magnificent tour of our little blue planet, plus the third season of Heroes.
Coming out this week on DVD, Amy Adams and Emily Blunt find purpose scouring crime scenes in Sunshine Cleaning; Julia Roberts and Clive Owen take on corporate espionage in Duplicity; Adventureland jumps back to one sweet, funny summer in 1987; and David Duchovny stars as womanizer Hank Moody in the second season of Californication.
With the release of District 9 last week, an incredible sci-fi action movie about refugee aliens trapped on Earth, it seems only fitting to change things up a bit this week and take a look at a few of the best alien movies available on DVD.
Coming out this week in stores, director Ari Folman looks back on his youth during the Lebanon War in Waltz With Bashir; Paul Rudd and Jason Segel star in the comedy I Love You, Man; and Sony Pictures debuts Starman and St. Elmo’s Fire on Blu-ray.