I remember when Sandra Bullock was a bankable star. I remember seeing her for the first time in 1994’s Speed. I was enthralled with her, and her girl next door looks. She was gonna be huge I decided. Then I caught an earlier movie that she showed some comedic chops in Demolition Man. I thought she might be the total package. After trying her hand at a “Speed-type” movie in the flop The Net, and a pretty good performance in A Time to Kill, she decided to try to take over Meg Ryan’s role as Queen of the chick flick. She failed. Hope Floats, Forces of Nature, 28 Days, Miss Congeniality, Two Week’s Notice – they are all movies that chicks seem to love for some reason, but they all helped to destroy her rising career as an A-Lister. She has tried to redeem herself with smaller roles in Crash and Infamous, but it may be too little too late. Even a reunion with Keaunu Reeves failed in The Lake House. Premonition tells a very similar story to The Lake House as Bullock must find a way to save “the love of her life” from an almost certain death. I will say that the end of this one is a little more satisfying than the sappy happy ending of The Lake House, but it still is a movie that should only find its way to the shelf of the most discerning female.


  • Deleted Scenes including an Alternate Ending with optional Director’s Commentary
  • Blooper Reel
  • Glimpses of the Future: Making Premonition – A look at the making of the movie with interviews from the cast & crew
  • Bringing Order to Chaos – A look at the major events of the movie put in ‘normal’ order, narrated by director Mennan Yapo
  • Real Life Premonitions: The Truth About Seeing The Future – A documentary about real life people who have had premonitions into the future
  • Audio Commentary with Director Mennan Yapo and Sandra Bullock



The original The Hills Have Eyes was one of my favorite classic horror movies. It wasn’t really the mutants that made it special to me, it was the dynamic of the two families. The city folk, who pretty much played the role of the “regular family”, and the hill people, who played the role of the “abnormal family.” I think what really stuck out to me about the movie is that through the movie, as the normal family fought for their lives against the horrors inflicted on them by the hill people, the normal people became more savage while the last remaining hill person was pretty much defending his family and his own life. That role reversal is where I think Wes Craven really made that movie a success. When the remake came out, we got the same set up, with the normal city people against the abnormal hill people, but this time we get a more savage, more evil version of the hill people, and maybe it is just the rape scene that sticks out, but you find no sympathy for the hill people at all in the new version. That is why it is, to me at least, just another horror remake, and nowhere near the classic of the original, despite all its flaws. With the second Hills movie, we move even further away from the original idea, as we now have soldiers being hunted by the hill people. We no longer even have the sympathetic family that we can relate to. It is almost like the producers went in and said “It’s The Hills Have Eyes meets Southern Comfort!” And it is no longer even a remake of a classic, but a new movie all in itself, and basically just another horror movie.


  • Alternate Ending
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Exploring the Hills: The Making of The Hills Have Eyes 2 Featurette
  • Fox Movie Channel Presents: Life After Film School with Wes Craven Featurette
  • Mutant Attacks Featurette
  • Birth of a Graphic Novel Featurette
  • Gag Reel
  • Trailers




The debate on our message boards is whether Red Dawn is a nostalgic look back at a movie that showcased the fears that we had of World War III with Russia thanks to the ongoing cold war, or instead just right wing jingoistic patriot fantasy. Well, my take, as someone who grew up in an era where the fear of a war with Russia was real, was that this was fantasy, but not really jingoistic. With the fear of war with Russia prevalent, Red Dawn – a story about a group of kids in a Colorado town who mobilize to fight an invading foreign force to defend their country – was pretty much a security blanket for the scared citizens of a country always threatening war. Either way, Red Dawn is a cult classic with some of the top actors of the brat pack era. C. Thomas Howell, Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey all star alongside Powers Boothe and Harry Dean Stanton.


  • Carnage Counter – Keeps a running tally of violent acts including deaths, bodily injuries and shots fired.
  • Red Dawn Rising – A retrospective look at the making of the film.
  • Building The Red Menace – What it took to create “World War III”.
  • Military Training – Explores the extensive training the actors had to go undergo to become convincing guerrilla fighters.
  • WWIII Comes To Town – Featurette that travels back to Las Vegas, New Mexico to interview locals and extras about what happened when Red Dawn turned their hometown into the fictional town of Calumet, Colorado and the centre of WWIII.



Showgirls. Everyone knows what it is and everyone has an opinion on it. Some consider it one of the worst movies ever created. It won seven Golden Raspberry’s, with a record thirteen nominations. Paul Verhoeven actually appeared in person at the Razzies ceremony to accept his award for Worst Director and Showgirls would later win a record-setting eighth Razzie Award for Worst Picture of the Last Decade in 2000. Others consider it a cult classic movie by the same director who brought us the under appreciated Starship Troopers, Paul Verhoeven. Verhoven, for years has released movies that prove to be a little more that what you see on the surface, whether it be Starship Troopers or Robocop, his movies always remain at least interesting. There is a third group of people who believe the movie is nothing more than simply an anomoly. It was the first NC-17 rated movie to be given a wide release and currently remains a mainstay on the midnight showings, ala The Rocky Horror Picture Show. A V.I.P Edition was released in 2004 with a pop-up-video track, various featuettes and a nude poster of Elizabeth Berkley (!), This edition includes everything that was on the V.I.P. Edition disc without the stuff included in the box (poster, shot glasses, playing cards). If you don’t care about the extra crap, this one if $20 less than the V.I.P. set.


  • Pop Up Trivia Track (From the Writers/Producers of VH-1’s “Pop-Up Video”)
  • Lap-Dance Tutorial Featuring the World-Famous Girls of Scores featurette
  • The Greatest Movie Ever Made audio commentary by Showgirls expert David Schmader which also includes a video commentary by the Scores girls for the "Cheetahs Club" scene
  • Showgirls Diary – Animated storyboard-to-film comparison of four racy scenes, including sketches by Verhoeven
  • Original Theatrical Trailer



Ace in the Hole is the rarely seen 1951 Billy Wilder directed film that stars Kirk Douglas in the satire of a reporter (played by Douglas) who finds a man trapped in a cave collapse, who then delays the rescue to benefit from the fame of his exclusive reporting of the event. Criterion calls it “One of the most scathing indictments of American culture ever produced by a Hollywood filmmaker, Billy Wilder’s Ace in the Hole is legendary for both its cutting social critique and its status as a hard-to-find cult classic. Kirk Douglas gives the fiercest performance of his career as Chuck Tatum, an amoral newspaper reporter caught in dead-end Albuquerque who happens upon the story of a lifetime—and will do anything to ensure he gets the scoop. Wilder’s follow-up to Sunset Boulevard is an even darker vision, a no-holds-barred exposé that anticipated the rise of the American media circus.”


  • Audio commentary by film scholar Neil Sinyard
  • Portrait of a "60% Perfect Man": Billy Wilder, a 1980 documentary featuring in-depth interviews with Wilder by film critic Michel Ciment
  • A 1984 interview with Kirk Douglas by filmmaker and film scholar Michael Thomas
  • Excerpts from a 1986 appearance by Wilder at the American Film Institute
  • Excerpts from an audio interview with coscreenwriter Walter Newman
  • New video afterword by filmmaker Spike Lee
  • Stills gallery
  • Theatrical trailer
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring new essays by film critic Molly Haskell and filmmaker Guy Maddin



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Race You to the Bottom
The Happy Hooker Trilogy
Perfect Creature
Surf School
The Corsican File
Factory Girl
Masters of Horror – The Black Cat
The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg (Deluxe Two-Disc Set)




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