This week's archival DVD and re-release column looks at two different bands out outlaws: Clint Eastwood's Josey Wales and the hardcore wrestlers of ECW.
This week in DVD, the big time money maker, but already forgotten Safe House, the unforgettable bomb John Carter, a pair of films so cheesy they're fun, and... um... Act of Valor.
What We Talk About When We Need to Talk About We Need to Talk About Kevin, Goon, and the second season of Rookie Blue.
This week's archival home entertainment column takes a look at the equally surreal worlds of professional wrestling (The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions) and the mind of John Malkovich (Being John Malkovich).
A busy week for big titles on video store shelves as we take a look at The Grey, The Secret World of Arrietty, The Woman in Black, This Means War, and Red Tails.
This week's a busy one at the video store, as we take a look at Chronicle, Hard Core Logo 2, a BBC remounting of Great Expectations, Rampart, Albert Nobbs, the first season of Hell on Wheels, Wrestlemania XXVIII, and a very brief, curt message about The Devil Inside.
Lots of talk about boys and men this week as Brandon Bastaldo takes a look at the coming of age tale La Haine, Andrew Parker looks at the Quebecois hockey comedy Les Boys II, and Phil Brown looks at Men in Black, About a Boy, and the almost childlike inhibition of Gremlins 2: The New Batch.
This week's DVD column is all over the map as Andrew Parker takes on Underworld: Awakening, the horror remake Mother's Day, and the romantic drama The Vow, while Phil Brown takes a look at the almost unclassifiable Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.
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Following an extremely slow DVD release week last week, this week's columnists Andrew Parker and Zack Kotzer take on a marginally less slow week with looks at Steven Soderbergh's Haywire, Ti West's The Innkeepers, and the unnecessary sequel/reimagining The Wicker Tree.
This week, action and misery seem to be the themes as Andrew Parker takes on Shame and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, while Noah Taylor looks at The Divide, and Phil Brown watches Contraband
This week brings four DVD re-issues all dealing with various sorts of modern problems: Chinatown, The Terrorists, Modern Problems, and the entire series of Alf.
This week, everything pretty much stinks. Except Sleeping Beauty. That's only slightly bad.
This week, Andrew Parker looks at several disappointing movies (Chasing Madoff, We Bought a Zoo, and The Son of No One) and one awesome Canadian TV show (Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), while Corey Atad waxes rhapsodic about the virtues of Spielberg's War Horse.
Here's lookin' at the gorgeous new Casablanca box set, kid. Also, a look at three other classic sets from the Warner Brothers archives courtesy of Turner Classic Movies.