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UP and the many other New Releases for November 10th

Whoo! The end-of-the-year awesome DVD release onslaught has begun! Here's a list of what's new today. If you've got tomorrow off--it's Veterans Day--be sure to head in for 2 for 1 Wednesday and get some mid-week movies. Remember an * means we also have it on Blu-ray: UP* - Pixar's latest masterpiece is here! We've got it on sale here for $26.95, and $31.95 on Blu-ray (which also comes with a handy standard DVD). We're going to watch it again and see if we cry as much the second time around SESAME STREET: 40 YEARS OF SUNNY DAYS - Never before seen behind-the-scenes footage and two discs of highlights from all 40 years, such as this one: BALLAST - INK - XAVIER: RENEGADE ANGEL - SEASONS 1 & 2 - The creators of Wonder Showzen deliver another surreal show for Adult Swim. This one's about a faun-like creature who meets all kinds of strange folks while on a quest to discover his mysterious origins. THREE STOOGES COLLECTION: VOLUME 7 1952-1954 - Moe, Larry and Shemp star in 22 remastered shorts, including Spooks, Pardon My Backfire and their parody of High Noon, Shot In The Frontier. Check it out for sale here. ENLIGHTEN UP! - Filmmaker Kate Churchill immersed her friend Nick Rosen into the world of yoga as they travel around the globe visiting celebrated yogis and exploring different perspectives on the practice. THE UGLY TRUTH - WATCHMEN: THE ULTIMATE CUT* - The Director's Cut with all the Tales of the Black Freighter animation added in for a complete motion picture experience. Check it out for sale here. NEW BLU-RAY: FORMAT OF THE FUTURE A Christmas Carol (1951) - This is the one starring Alastair Sim as Scrooge The General (1926) - Blu-ray Buster Keaton! Heat (1995) It's a Wonderful Life - Comes with the original and colorized versions Logan's Run - The sci-fi classic with Michael York and Farrah Fawcett is renewed on Blu-ray! Monsters, Inc. - Another Pixar movie makes its Blu-ray debut, and it also comes with a standard DVD. Near Dark NEW FROM THE WARNER ARCHIVES (read more about them here) Robert Benchley Miniatures Collection - 30 short films! Read about Mr. Benchley here Best of the Badmen (1951) - Western starring Robert Ryan and Walter Brennan. Gabriel Over The White House (1933) - A lackluster president suffers a car accident and is spurred to tackle The Depression, directed by Gregory La Cava. Gold of the Seven Saints (1961) - Western starring Clint Walker and Roger Moore, written by Leigh Brackett (who was working on the script for The Empire Strikes Back when she died in 1978). Iron Mistress (1952) - Western starring Alan Ladd and Virginia Mayo. Look For The Silver Lining (1949)--A musical biopic of a vaudeville star, with June Haver and Ray 'Scarecrow' Bolger. Mission To Moscow (1943) - A film directed by Michael Curtiz, based on the book by a former US Ambassador to Russia made during the war to help boost our support for our then ally and was later heavily scrutinized by HUAC. This is NOT the 7th Police Academy movie. Mortal Storm (1940) - James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan star in the story of a Germany family divided by the Nazis, directed by Frank Borzage. Rancho Notorious (1952) - A Western directed by Fritz Lang, starring Marlene Dietrich. The Rounders (1965) - Western starring Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda. The Sheepman (1958) - Western starring Glenn Ford, Shirley MacLaine, Slim Pickens and Leslie Nielsen. They Won't Forget (1937) - Drama about a small town murder, starring Claude Raines and Lana Turner. Tribute To A Bad Man (1956) - Western directed by Robert Wise, starring James Cagney. Whipsaw (1935) - A rollicking caper starring Myrna Loy and Spenser Tracy. ANIME NEW RELEASES Ah My Buddha Vol. 5 Dragon Ball: Season 2 (Uncut) Naurto Shippuden: The Movie Special A-Class Collection 1 You're Under Arrest: Fast & Furious Collection 1 FAMILY NEW RELEASES Batman: The Brave and the Bold Vol. 2 Hutnik: Secrets & Seekers Vol. 2 Night The Animals Talked Shirley Temple Storybook Collection - Includes The Princess and the Goblin/Madeline, Winnie The Pooh/Babes in Toyland and Pippi Longstocking/Kim Spongebob Squarepants: Spongebob's Truth or Square Ten Who Dared –Live action Disney adventure from 1960 starring Brian Keith Tonka (1958) - Classic story of a Native American and his horse, starring Sal Mineo Zorro (1957) Season 1 & 2 (Disney Treasures) NEW FOREIGN FILMS & IMPORTS - Ask us about how to play PAL & region coded discs Alive! (aka Vivante)(2002) - France Anthology of Polish Experimental Film (PAL Code 2) - Over 30 films, featuring work by director Walerian Borowczyk. Bajo La Sal (2008) - Mexico British Cinema: Crime & Noir - Blackout, Meet Mr. Callaghan, Home to Danger, Bond of Fear, No Trace and Recoil. Colin (PAL Code 2)(2009) - Zombie movie from the UK Disciples of Shaolin (1975) - Martial arts from Hong Kong & director Cheh Chang. Divine Weapon (2008) - Korea Doghouse (PAL Code 2)(2009) - Another UK zombie film Evil Face (1974) - Italian horror Family Scandal (1980) - Italy Go Fast (Code 3) (2008) - France Graveyard Disturbance (1987) - More Italian horror! Heartbreak Yakuza (1987) - Japan Holly & The Ivy (PAL Code 2) (1954) - A classic British holiday drama I Sell The Dead (PAL Code 2) (2009) - More zombie madness from the UK. Joan The Maid Part I: The Battles and Joan The Maid Part II: The Prisons (PAL Code 2)(1994) - The uncut versions of Jacques Rivette's Joan of Arc story. K-20: Legend of The Mask (2008) - Japan Long Haired Giant Monster: Gehara (2009) - Japanese science fiction Made in France (2001) - France Max Manus (2008) - Norway My Sweet Little Village (PAL)(1986) - Czech comedy from director Jiri Menzel. New Town Killers (PAL Code 2) (2009) - British action Nu-Meri: Book of the New Spawn (2008) - Japanese horror Piotr Szulkin Collection (PAL) - Nine films from the Polish director Tidal Wave (PAL Code 2) (2009) - Korea Woman In Berlin (2008) - Germany Zebraman (Special Edition) (2004) - A superhero movie of sorts from Japanese director Takashi Miike NEW DOCUMENTARIES & ART & MUSIC Art of Faith - Explore the art and architecture of many faiths. Collision - Christopher HItchens and Douglas Wilson debate 'Is Religion Good For The World?' Consciousness - Twenty scientists tackle life's great mysteries. Crime Wave: 18 Months of Mayhem - History Channel special chronicles the crime wave of 1933-34 and the exploits of criminals like John Dillinger and Bonnie & Clyde. Dirty: One Word Can Change The World - When you're talking about OL' DIRTY BASTARD, then heck yeah it does! Discovery Atlas: Complete Collection Doomsday 2012: The End of Days - See this History Channel special before you head out to Roland Emmerich's film. Dying to Live: The Journey Into a Man's Open Heart Eating - A study of how we eat and the changes we can make for optimum health. England's Road To Germany - Not a WWII doc, but one about SOCCER! Ethnic Notions-Documentary on racial sterotypes Faces of the Enemy--A documentary that studies war propaganda FIFA World Cup: Germany 2006 Final Ice World - Discovery Channel special shows how the last ice age shaped our Earth. In Black & White: Profiles of Six African-American Writers - They are Charles Johnson, Gloria Naylor, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, John Wideman and August Wilson. Jackie O - It's an OPERA! Letting Go of God - Julia Sweeney's powerful one-woman show explores her struggle with faith. Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown - A documentary on H.P. Lovecraft featuring Neil Gaiman, John Carpenter, Guillermo Del Toro and more. Motown: The DVD - Definitive Performances - With Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Stevie Wonder & many others. MoveOn: The Movie - The story of Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs One Crazy Ride Quantum Activist - Professor Amit Goswami takes you on a journey through quantum physics. Rethink Afghanistan - Robert Greenwald's documentary puts the war in a greater geopolitical context. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum: Live - Performances from 24 years of induction ceremonies, including Prince, Bruce Springsteen, U2 and more. Taylor Chain (Parts 1 & 2) - Part One chronicles a factory strike in Indiana in the 1980s, while Part Two heads back four years later to show labor and management clashing over outsourcing. AND MORE MOVIES & TV ON DVD Accidental Husband (2008) - A romantic comedy with a crazy marriage scheme starring Uma Thurman and Colin Firth. Delta Delta Die! - Beware of sorority girls who eat frat guys! Django Shoots First - Spaghetti Western from 1966 The Echo (2008) - A ghost story from the producers of the Dark Water and The Ring. Familiar Strangers - A story of parents and kids growing up. Graduates - I don't know what this is about, but our system says 'COMES WITH DRINKING GAME RULES.' Hurt (2009) - A psychological thriller that sounds a bit like Orphan but less crazy. Jigsaw (2002) - A typical slasher film Lime Salted Love - An anonymous writer on the IMDb says, 'Lime Salted Love is a minimalist, surreal examination of abandonment, guilt, abuse and psychic pain set in this minute's hipster enclaves of Los Angeles.' The title makes me want a margarita. The Line (2008) - An assassin goes searching for the head of a Tijuana crime cartel, starring Andy Garcia and Ray Liotta. Merry Gentlemen - Michael Keaton's directorial debut! He also stars with Kelly MacDonald in this drama about an abused wife and a suicidal hitman. The Narrows (2008) - Gangster film starring Vincent D'Onofrio. New Detectives: Season 3 - More of the Discovery Channel series Only The Brave (2006) - A WWII drama about Japanese-American soldiers serving in Europe and North Africa. Pray For Hell--A cop seeks revenge for the death of his father and brother. Made in Portland by writer/director Todd E. Freeman. Red Sun - Spaghetti Western from 1971 River Within - One of those 'person returns home and re-evaluates life' movies. Sarah Jane Adventures: Season 2 - UK detective show from Doctor Who writer Russell T. Davies. Senseless (2008) - An gung-ho businessman is kidnapped and tortured for a reality TV show. Show Me Yours: Complete Series - Oxygen series about the life and loves of a sex expert. Spread - A dark comedy about a Hollywood hustler (Ashton Kutcher!), co-starring Anne Heche & Jennifer Jason Leigh. Star Games (1998) - Sci-fi directed by Greydon Clark Summer's Moon - Twilight's Ashley Green fights her way out of a crazy man's basement. The Tournament - Read what Vern has to say about this straight to video action film starring Ving Rhames. Would Be Kings - Cousin cops clash over police corruption. ...and coming next week: HUMPDAY and STAR TREK!! up2