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This Week in DVD & Bluray (06-15-10)

June 15, 2010

Sorry for the late post this week!  Yeesh, you’re on your own for DVDs this week.  Really, the only one that comes with an official “Keeping It Reel” stamp of approval is The Book of Eli.  Otherwise, there’s some comedy, chick flicks, TV, and suspense for you to “enjoy”.  Hopefully you enjoy this post more than this week’s movies!!

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Air Bud: World Pup (Special Edition) – DVD

American Dad!: Volume 5 (Uncensored) – DVD

Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Volume 7 – DVD

The Book of Eli (Combo Pack) – DVD & Bluray

Cartoon Network Hall of Fame: Johnny Bravo – Season One – DVD

Circle of Pain – DVD & Bluray

Darkman – Bluray

Everwood: The Complete Third Season – DVD

Family Guy: Volume 8 – DVD

Flash Gordon – Bluray

Happy Tears – DVD

The Horseman – DVD & Bluray

Leave it to Beaver: Season Three – DVD

MacGyver: The TV Movies – DVD

Mary and Max – DVD & Bluray

Mystery Train (Criterion Collection) – DVD & Bluray

My Three Sons: Season Two, Volume Two – DVD

Sanctuary: The Complete Second Season – DVD & Bluray

The Secret Life of the American Teenager: Volume Four – DVD

Showgirls: 15th Anniversary Sinsational Edition (Combo Pack) – Bluray

Stark Raving Black – DVD

Supernatural: The Complete First Season – Bluray

Unthinkable – DVD & Bluray

When in Rome – DVD & Bluray

Youth in Revolt – DVD & Bluray

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Go forth and conquer the video stores, Netflix queues, and Redboxes near you!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. mATtHEw gRAmItH permalink
    June 15, 2010 11:02 pm

    Criterion edition of MYSTERY TRAIN! And I liked YOUTH IN REVOLT, though I know many people didn’t. It was fun to see Michael Cera finally play something other than a sweet guy.

    • David J. Fowlie permalink*
      June 16, 2010 7:09 am

      You know, I still haven’t seen “Mystery Train” and why do these fabulous Criterion Editions have to cost so much? Gah! I’m surprised you were able to see “Youth in Revolt”, was it playin’ in your area? And look at that, “My Three Sons” and “Showgirls” in the same post! Yikes!

  2. mATtHEw gRAmITh permalink
    June 16, 2010 5:59 pm

    It’s been a long time since I’ve seen MYSTERY TRAIN so I’m looking forward to seeing it again. I watched it in the middle of a self-imposed Jarmusch-ithon, trying to know and understand his oeuvre, after seeing DEAD MAN. It’s got that typical sweet, wide-eyed Jarmuschian cultures colliding, everyone’s a tourist, thing going on. It seemed to me to belong more to those pre-DEAD MAN films. I liked it, though at the time I wouldn’t have put it among my very favorites of his films – I think I kinda pitted NIGHT ON EARTH and MYSTERY TRAIN (both color films) against STRANGER THAN PARADISE and DOWN BY LAW (both b & w films), and I preferred the earlier two. They’re all good, though. I should watch them all again.

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