This week on DVD: Shrek is back for another adventure, Ocean’s crew sets their sights on a Vegas casino again, a British politician commits his life to fighting slavery, and two classic films arrive in new special editions sets.
Arriving this week on DVD: A rat helps a clumsy cleaner become one of Paris’ star chefs, the dead rise again to serve the living, Chuck and Larry tie the knot, the ninja turtles get animated, and Michael Moore lands in two films.
This week in stores, Tobey Maguire swings through New York fighting villains, Mandy Moore aims to earn her wedding license, one of TV’s best teen dramas arrives, and O.C. star Adam Brody is In the Land of Women.
The latest Saw movie arrives just in time for Halloween, Steve Carell and Simon Pegg both have new comedies out this week, the remake of the thriller Sleuth brings Michael Caine back to the big screen again, plus there’s a drama starring Kevin Bacon, and a bio pic retelling the life of Joy Division lead singer Ian Curtis.
Halloween is just around the corner, and this week a number of horror films arrive on DVD, plus Stanley Kubrick‘s legendary film career arrives in a special collection, Disney delivers their latest animated film, and fresh seasons of some of televisions favorite shows land in stores.
Vampire movies may not be rare, but the good ones certainly are, and as a fan of the genre I have to admit that I had high hopes for 30 Days of Night to come in and shake things up a bit.
This week I take a look at Adam Sandler‘s latest emotional film, the horror sequel 28 Weeks Later, a new animated penguin movie, Lucy Liu‘s action horror film, and Steve Carell‘s slapstick role as a modern day Noah.
If you picture yourself in a dimly lit bar, filled with friendly people in a small town, Buffalo Tom playing songs from their new album, Three Easy Pieces would fit perfectly playing on stage.
Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer Superhero movies have come a long way in just a few years, but …
When a band releases their first full-length album they sometimes play it safe. The songs are consistent with few surprises and appeal to a wider audience as opposed to a specific group. For Attack in Black‘s first full-length album, Marriage, they practically ran in the opposite direction of that theory. Ironing out a more stable, controlled sound since their EP, Widows, this album is going to give punk rock bands a challenge to deliver quality rather than filler.