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Josef Krebs Posted: Oct 31, 2013 0 comments
Deadwood: The Complete Series, La Notte, Monster Cars: Monsters University 3D & Cars 3D, and Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Series 9.
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Josef Krebs Posted: Oct 10, 2013 0 comments
Much Ado About Nothing, After Earth, The Hangover Part III, Fear Eats the Soul 3 – The Night After the Nightmare: The Exorcist, Curse of Chucky, Chucky: The Complete Collection, I Married a Witch, Zombie Hunter, American Horror Story: Asylum, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea & Fantastic Voyage, Stalag 17.
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SV Staff Posted: Sep 10, 2013 0 comments
Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Trek: Stardate Collection, The Spy Who Came In From The Cold, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Parade’s End, La Cage aux Folles, Marathon Man.
Josef Krebs Posted: Sep 17, 2013 0 comments
World War Z, Fear Eats the Soul— The Horror Continues: Dracula, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Friday the 13th: The Complete Collection, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th, Bates Motel: Season 1, Autumn Sonata, Behind the Candelabra, and more.
Josef Krebs Posted: Sep 24, 2013 0 comments
Iron Man 3, The Big Combo, Foyle’s War: Set 7, 3 Films By Roberto Rossellini Starring Ingrid Bergman, Fear Eats the Soul 2 — The Nightmare Continues: Prince of Darkness, Halloween, Psycho II, Psycho III, V/H/S/2, Hannibal: Season 1.
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SV Staff Posted: Sep 04, 2013 0 comments
The Hour: Seasons 1&2, Now You See Me, Revolution: Season 1, Cockneys vs Zombies, Person of Interest: Season 2, The Iceman, Da Vinci’s Demons: Season 1, Stories We Tell, The Office: Season 9.
Brett Milano Posted: Sep 13, 2011 0 comments

This Week in Blu-rays

Gene Newman checks out the latest in high-definition releases: Orson Welles' Citizen Kane gets a deluxe 70th-anniversary edition, Thor and X-Men: First Class bring big superhero action to the small screen, Hesher tries to teach you a lesson (and just

Ken Richardson Posted: Sep 24, 2013 0 comments
Also reviewed: Kings of Leon, Sting, and Icona Pop. Plus: a thematic list of all the other prominent new releases and reissues, including The Complete Waitresses and a big box of Nirvana’s In Utero.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Aug 28, 2014 0 comments
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The Dark World launches with a history lesson telling of an ancient battle between the Asgardians and the Dark Elves on their home world of Svartalfheim. The Elves, led by Malekith, not only use enhanced warriors called the Kursed, but also the Aether—a terrible force that gives them great power. Although Malekith is vanquished, the Convergence—an alignment of planets allowing travel between them—permits his return. This is all well and good and very Lord of the Rings-y, but thereafter the film’s exposition just keeps on coming; and unlike LOTR, which gave visual presentations, The Dark World relies on the mellifluous voices of Anthony Hopkins and Idris Elba intoning endlessly about unlikely mythology, leaving you begging for someone to just get on with the action. Once things get rolling, though, there are plenty of passages of great home theater.
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David Vaughn Posted: Nov 05, 2008 0 comments

<IMG SRC="/images/archivesart/tinkerbell.jpg" WIDTH=200 BORDER=0 ALIGN=RIGHT>Journey into the world of Pixie Hollow and discover the origins of Tinker Bell (voiced by Mae Whitman). Enter a land of adventure and mystery as she and her four best fairy friends turn winter into spring&#151;and with the power of faith, trust, and a little pixie dust, learn the importance of being true to yourself.

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