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This Week on DVD & Bluray (11-09-10)

November 8, 2010

Though there’s not much that will reach up and punch you in the face this week (primary face-puncher… Scott Pilgrim!), there are a few good picks coming out on DVD and Bluray this week.  Other than the aforementioned Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Charlie St. Cloud, Ramona and Beezus, and Grown Ups both got major theatrical releases (and you probably missed them when they were there!) and Love Ranch and Antichrist both got a little bit of “indie buzz” themselves.  Whatever tickles your fancy, it’s probably out there for you this week.  Enjoy!


Antichrist – DVD & Bluray

A Streetcar Named Desire: The Original Director’s Version – DVD

Barney: Best Fairy Tales – DVD

Californication: The Third Season – DVD

Californication: Three Season Pack – DVD

Charlie St. Cloud – DVD & Bluray

Damned by Dawn – DVD & Bluray

Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series – DVD

Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series – DVD

The Dry Land – DVD & Bluray

The Elia Kazan Film Collection – DVD

Flight of Faith: The Jesus Story – DVD

The Golden Girls: 25th Anniversary Complete Collection – DVD

Grown Ups – DVD & Bluray

Hunt to Kill – DVD & Bluray

– I Knew It Was You: Rediscovering John Cazale – DVD

Locked Down – DVD & Bluray

Love Ranch – DVD & Bluray

Men of a Certain Age: The Complete First Season – DVD

Night at the Museum Collection – Bluray

Ramona and Beezus – DVD & Bluray

Scooby-Doo & Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Collection – Bluray

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! The Complete Series – DVD

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Level Up! Collector’s Edition) – DVD & Bluray

Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics – DVD

Sherlock: Season One – DVD & Bluray

The Sound of Music: 45th Anniversary Edition – Bluray

The Sound of Music: 45th Anniversary Edition (Limited Edition Collector’s Set) – Bluray

The Super Hero Squad Show: Quest For the Infinity Sword! Volume 2 – DVD

Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam – DVD & Bluray

Tremors – Bluray


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

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  1. mATtHEw gRAmITh permalink
    November 12, 2010 12:05 am

    I’ll see ANTICHRIST because I will see anything that Lars Von Trier does. The man is a genius. Von Trier, along with Michael Haneke and Neil Labute, are the three directors who often make movies that disturb, but whom I trust are disturbing the audience mostly for it’s own good.

    The Elia Kazan Film Collection looks amazing. Kazan made gritty, realistic, actor-driven films back when nobody in Hollywood was. Though I’ve seen it many times, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE never gets old for me, and doesn’t feel dated. Brando is just such a joy to watch in that one. A FACE IN THE CROWD starring an electric, potent Andy Griffith, before Maybury, isn’t as well known but packs just as much of a punch. I’ve seen a few other Kazan films and am surprised by how many I haven’t seen. If I don’t pick up the set I’ll definitely put those films in my Netflix queue.

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