P.S. I Love You
Richard LaGravenese
c. Gerard Butler, Hillary Swank

James Blunt Music Video
A Conversation with Cecelia Ahern
Additional Scenes
The Name of the Game is Snaps

The anti-feel good film of the summer? That is what I thought when I saw the trailers. Gerard Butler plays a dude who dies early in the movie and soon gifts and notes begin to arrive for his widow from him. No, he didn’t fake his own death, nor is he a demon risen from the grave to devour the flesh of the mortals. That would have been cool. In this case, he knew he was going to die and set up these events to help his widow (Swank) recover from his death and move on. I mean, what better way to help a loved one move on in life than to continuously remind them of you? Luckily, he has a list of things she should do that will help her as she attempts to start over. Like karaoke. That always works when someone I love dies. Richard LaGravenese also wrote Terry Gilliam’s The Fisher King, so expect the film to be redundant to say the least. It’s also coming out in Blu-ray with all the same features.

I’m Not There
d. Todd Haynes
c. Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Richard Gere, Heath Ledger

Audio commentary
Deleted scenes
Music video
Audition tapes
Gag reel
Bob Dylan filmography and discography

This is the Bob Dylan biopic you have all heard about. Directed by indie director Todd Haynes, six different people portray Dylan at different times of his life. Marcus Carl Franklin, a young black actor, plays a version of the 11-year old Dylan. Christian Bale plays a version of Dylan as a young folk singer with a political conscience as well as a version of Dylan the born again Christian. Cate Blanchett plays a version of Dylan at the height of his fame in the 1960s, when his original fan base was rejecting him as a sell-out. Ben Whishaw plays a version of Dylan as a young rebel. Heath Ledger plays a fictional Hollywood actor presented as best known for his performance in a film about the young character played by Bale. Richard Gere plays the elderly Dylan. In his review of the film (read it here), Russ mentions that it is “a wickedly smart and lively flick that sidesteps biopic clichés and engages the complexities of a shifting public persona rather than trying to smooth them out into a single character reduction.”

Twister (Two-Disc Special Edition)
Jan de Bont
c. Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Philip Seymour Hoffman

Commentary by director Jan De Bont and Visual Effects Supervisor Stefan Fangmeir
New Featurette “Chasing the Storm: Twister Revisited”
The History Channel Documentary “Nature Tech: Tornadoes”
Anatomy of a Twister
HBO First Look: The Making of Twister
Van Halen “Humans Being” Music Video
Theatrical Trailers
1080P 2.40:1 Widescreen (Blu-ray)
English Dolby True HD 5.1 Surround (Blu-ray)
English and French 5.1 Surround (Dolby Digital on Blu-ray, Dolby Digital Plus on HD DVD) (Blu-ray)
English and French subtitles (Blu-ray)

Every time I think about this movie, I get a little pissed off. First of all, it is not really that ridiculous, although the scene where they hang on while the tornado whips overhead does seem a little much. I have lots of friends who chase these things, and they are all a little crazy. A few years back, the town just north of me had a tornado rip through it and as I drove home that night, I had to pass through the rubble and devastation of the storm. I think the movie was just fine for what it was, a brainless disaster movie that most people can watch without ever having to actually live through. Now, here is what pisses me off. Twister was shot here in Oklahoma and was supposed to be the start of what was going to be a hard working film community in the state. What happened? Nothing. The state government has done jack to support any more big budget films shooting here. Meanwhile, Texas and Louisiana have pumped up their film rebates and have benefited from the actual use of legislative brainpower. It sucks that Oklahoma’s one big chance to bring some film crews to the state began and ended with this disaster picture. Rant over. It’s also available on Blu-ray.

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie
Jim Mallon
c. Mike Nelson

Mystery Science Theater 3000, or MST3K as the cool kids call it, was a television program that ran from 1988-1999. It features a man and some robots that are trapped in space and are forced to watch really bad movies. All throughout the movie, the man and the robots give a running commentary, criticizing everything that is wrong with the movie. The overall plot involved a pair of evil scientists who were experimenting to see how bad a movie had to be to drive someone insane, in which case they would use the worst movie to achieve world domination. Right. The best part of the show was the running commentary and really, it was better to just ignore the background plot. The movie was released between seasons 6 and 7. The film had several problems right from the start. Universal Studios did not really invest much into the film and it ended up being shorter than any of the television episodes and even had the movie it showcased (This Island Earth) cut, removing scenes from it to make it fit. It got a limited release and finally found life on DVD, where it eventually went out-of-print. It’s back.

Mitchell Lichtenstein
c. Jess Weixler

You ever heard of vagina dentata? Basically it’s Latin for toothed vagina. It is a folk tale used to show the dangers of sexual intercourse with strangers. Well, with that in mind, I would assume you already know what this movie is all about. Basically, a B-Level horror movie, Teeth tells the story of a girl who discovers she has teeth in her vagina and after these teeth chomp up the dick of a guy who tries to rape her, the story just kind of takes off from there, turning into a horror/comedy/rape-revenge hybrid. It’s not a typical B-level movie, as it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and won its actor a Special Jury Prize for “a juicy and jaw-dropping performance”. Our friends over at Dread Central call the movie “a quirky indie shocker and will have both sexes guarding their genitals from beginning to end.”

The Car
Elliot Silverstein
c. James Brolin, Kathleen Lloyd

You saw the son in the best film of 2007, No Country for Old Men. Now see the father in the killer car movie of 1977. No, it’s not Christine, as that movie came out in 1983. No, this James Brolin killer car makes Christine look like Herbie the Love Bug in comparison. This car appears to be invulnerable, can levitate, can roll itself over in any direction crushing anything in its path, and is capable of such supernatural mayhem that it would destroy Christine in a battle-of-the-coups. The plot is simple. A demon-possessed black sedan races into town and starts killing people. Brolin plays the sheriff who puts together the posse to try to stop the carnage.

Serial Mom (Collector’s Edition)
d. John Waters
c. Kathleen Turner

Theatrical Trailer
Feature Commentary with Director John Waters and Star Kathleen Turner
Feature Commentary with Director John Waters
Serial Mom: Surreal Moments
The Kings of Gore: Herschell Gordon Lewis and David Friedman
The Making of Serial Mom

Ahh, John Waters, the mad genius behind such masterpieces as Mondo Trasho, Pink Flamingos and Polyester. While he is best known for pushing the boundaries, he has also made more accessible films such as the original Hairspray, the Johnny Depp flick Cry Baby and Serial Mom, starring Kathleen Turner. Turner plays Beverly, a suburban housewife and mother who also happens to be a sociopathic (and mentally unbalanced) serial killer. The movie is a dark comedy where much of the humor is in the way Waters shoots the family’s “normal” life more than anything concerning the actual murders themselves. The new release of the DVD includes a number of great extras, including a brand new commentary track with Waters and Turner and a couple of new featurettes.


First Sunday
d. David E. Talbert
c. Ice Cube, Katt Williams, Tracy Morgan

Commentary with Writer/Director David Talbert
Deleted Scenes with optional commentary by Writer/Director David Talbert
Gag Reel
Katt Williams Outtakes
David Talbert Camera Wrap Speech
Tiffany Pollard Outtakes
Hood Robbin’ with the First Sunday Cast and Crew featurette
The Almighty Version Fact Track (Enhanced on Blu-ray)
1080P 1.85:1 Widescreen (Blu-ray)
English, French and Portuguese Dolby True HD 5.1 Surround (Blu-ray)
Spanish and Thai DD5.1 Surround (Blu-ray)
Subtitles (Main Feature): English, English SDH, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, Dutch (Blu-ray)
Subtitles (Extra Features): English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Thai, Dutch (Blu-ray)


The Bridges of Madison County (Deluxe Edition)
d. Clint Eastwood
c. Clint Eastwood, Meryl Streep

“An Old-Fashioned Love Story: The Making of The Bridges of Madison County”
“Doe Eyes” Music Video

La Roue (1923)
Able Gance

Short Making-of documentary
booklet containing an essay by William M. Drew on the history and impact of La Roue
Comments by Robert Israel on the score


Bewitched – The Complete Sixth Season
The 4400 – The Complete Fourth Season
Crossing Jordan: Season 1

A Haunting: Season 3
The Passion of Greg the Bunny: Best of the Film Parodies, Vol. 2


Over Her Dead Body (Paul Rudd, Eva Longoria Parker)
Bella (Eduardo Verástegui, Ali Landry)
Love’s Unfolding Dream
The Business of Being Born (Ricki Lake)
The Devil’s Own [Blu-ray] (Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt)
Ace of Hearts
(Dean Cain)
Dans Paris
Delirious (Steve Buscemi, Gina Gershon)
Grizzly Rage
Macon County Line (1974)
Hottie & the Nottie (Paris Hilton)
Senior Skip Day (Unrated) (Tara Reid, Clint Howard)
Hollywood Dreams (Seymour Cassel)
100 Girls (Katherine Heigl)
Steel City (America Ferrera, Raymond J. Barry)
Collection of 2007 Academy Award: Nominated Short Films
The Forest
Devil Times Five

Bloodsucking Babes from Burbank
The Films of Morris Engel (Little Fugitive: Special Edition / Lovers and Lollipops / Weddings and Babies)



Most people no longer get excited when they see Mike Myers’ name in the lead role of a movie. The Love Guru has received the least amount of love for a Myers film I can remember in a long time. However, there was a time when Myers was the Big Shit. Or maybe he was the one taking the Big Shit as Fat Bastard. Either way, Myers used to guarantee a good, fun movie. Wayne’s World and all three Austin Powers movies – in which I still like the third one the best – are all solid in my book. Shrek is another movie I love, despite the haters. And then there is this gem, which will be re-released in a special edition on both standard and Blu-ray on June 17. Now, rumor has it there are no special features which makes no sense to me. How can it be a Special Edition if there is nothing special about it?



On May 20, you will be able to pick up the first wave of Paramount’s Blu-Ray releases: Aeon Flux, Babel, Bee Movie, Black Snake Moan, Blades of Glory, Coming to America, Disturbia, Dreamgirls, Face/Off Collector’s Edition, Four Brothers, The Italian Job, Next, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Sleepy Hollow, Trading Places, The Untouchables Collector’s Edition, The Warriors Director’s Cut, U2: Rattle and Hum, We Were Soldiers and World Trade Center.

Cloverfield (June 03) – It will be presented in full 1080p video as well as Dolby TrueHD audio. Additionally, this release features an exclusive Blu-ray-only feature in the so-called “Special Investigation Mode” which will provide the viewer with tidbits of information on the film as the story unfolds. Also included is Commentary by Director Matt Reeves, Document 01.18.08: The Making of Cloverfield featurette, Cloverfield Visual Effects featurette, I Saw It! It’s Alive! It’s Huge! featurette, Clover Fun featurette, 4 Additional Scenes, 2 Alternate Endings w/optional commentary, and 14 Easter Eggs.

There Will be Blood (June 03) – This masterpiece of cinema will be presented in 1080p video along side Dolby TrueHD audio. The Blu-Ray will include the same extra features as the standard DVD. However, along with No Country for Old Men and The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, this is a movie that deserves more than any other to be seen in high definition. The cover is crap compared to the standard cover though.


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