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This Week on DVD & Bluray (07-27-10)

July 26, 2010

It’s a pretty rough week at the DVD/Bluray shelves.  As far as broadly known releases, the 3D-bomb Clash of the Titans is out of DVD and Bluray, as well as the futuristic action film Repo Men.  Two independent films you might not have heard of, Vincere and The Art of the Steal, come recommended from Keeping It Reel.  Other than that, there are plenty of reissues and new-to-Bluray oldies that should get you through the week.  Enjoy!


Accidents Happen – DVD & Bluray

The Art of the Steal – DVD & Bluray

Barney: Furry Friends – DVD

Batman Legends Begins: Volume 1 – DVD

Batman: Under the Red Hood – DVD & Bluray

Batman: Under the Red Hood (Two-Disc Amazon Exclusive with Lithograph) – DVD & Bluray

Battlestar Galactica: Season Three – Bluray

Clash of the Titans – DVD & Bluray

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon – Bluray

Eclipse Series 22: Presenting Sacha Guitry – DVD

Fanboys – Bluray

G.I. Joe: The Movie – Bluray

IP Man – DVD & Bluray

Jesse Stone: No Remorse – DVD

Johnny Handsome – DVD

The Kansas City Royals: 1985 World Series Collector’s Edition – DVD

Lock Up – DVD

Loose Screws: Screwballs II – DVD & Bluray

Neighbor (Unrated Director’s Cut) – DVD

Operation: Endgame – DVD & Bluray

Rambo: The Complete Collector’s Set – Bluray

Rambo: Extended Cut – Bluray

Repo Men (Unrated) – DVD & Bluray

The Secret of the Grain (The Criterion Collection) – DVD & Bluray

Sgt. Bilko: The Phil Silvers Show – The First Season – DVD

The Snake – DVD

Stargate Universe 1.5 – DVD & Bluray

Stephen Fry in America – DVD & Bluray

Steve Byrne: The Byrne Identity – DVD & Bluray

Victor Victoria: The Broadway Musical – DVD

Vincere – DVD & Bluray


As always, go forth and conquer the video stores, Netflix queues, and Redboxes near you!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. mATtHEw gRAmITh permalink
    July 26, 2010 10:59 am

    The Criterion Collection’s Eclipse Series 22: “Presenting Sacha Guitry” looks interesting. I’ve never heard of him, but I guess I should have. I’ll watch his film THE STORY OF A CHEAT when it comes out on Netflix and see if I can appreciate his particular artistic genius.

  2. mATtHEw gRAmITh permalink
    July 27, 2010 10:09 pm

    Hmmmm, VINCERE…

    Last night I watched a well respected old Italian film – FIST IN THE POCKET (I PUGNI IN TASCA), made in 1965. I’ve wanted to watch it for months but have had to bump it down in my Netflix queue over and over because, well, these days kid’s shows and family-friendly movies have become the priority in our home. Interesting film. Good interviews included on the disc with famed Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci and others about the importance of the film in ushering in a new wave, of sorts, in Italian cinema. It was director Marco Bellocchio’s first film. I was unfamiliar with his films, but I see that his last film is VINCERE, which is now out on DVD and mentioned here. It just struck me as odd that I arbitrarily watched an old black & white film from 1965 by a director unknown to me the very day that you recommend a film made by the same man some 45 years later. Of course, I’ll have to see it!

    • David J. Fowlie permalink*
      July 28, 2010 7:34 am

      Odd, you say? Serendipitous!

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