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ALICE, LIFE & more New Releases for June 1st

This week's new releases include a stunning look at the world around us, epic wartime biopics, Clint Eastwood, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Steven Seagal on Blu-ray, a slew of new & classic TV shows on DVD, not one but two sequels with the subheading REDEMPTION, and the tenth highest grossing film of all time. Here's the list—remember the * means we have it available on Blu-ray and you can follow SALE to buy it online. ALICE IN WONDERLAND *—Tim Burton applies his trademark style to Lewis Carroll's classic tale, producing a visually enthralling world for Alice & company. SALE LIFE * —Another essential-viewing nature documentary from David Attenborough and the creators of Planet Earth. You should probably just go ahead and buy this one. SALE WOLFMAN *—Benicio Del Toro's got a touch of the wolf. Emily Blunt, Anthony Hopkins and Hugo Weaving discuss the matter in hushed British accents. You can enter to win a Wolfman lithograph signed by artist Basil Gogos and Benicio Tel Toro. Just email with the subject line WOLFMAN. THE SUN— Aleksandr Sokurov's 2005 biopic/WWII epic about Emperor Hirohito's last days in power. You can read more over on our colleague Sean Axmaker's blog. THE RED BARON *--A romantic biopic starring Matthias Schweighöfer as the WWI flying ace. 20TH CENTURY BOYS 3: REDEMPTION—Friend's identity is finally revealed as the loose ends tie themselves up in the final chapter of the live action adaptation of Naoki Urasawa's manga series. Rumor has it you should stay tuned after the credits... UNDISPUTED III: REDEMPTION—We refer you to an expert in most things straight-to-video: Outlaw Vern. AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE VOLUME 7—More absurdity with Master Shake, Meatwad & Frylock, plus a host of humorous extras. SLITHIS—The VHS copy of this 1978 film has had plenty of views amongst our staff. Now the pollution spawned monster/ evil killing machine makes its debut on DVD. BURN NOTICE: SEASON 3Does anyone know what this show is about? THE GUILD: SEASON 3—Wil Wheaton ALERT!!! NEW BLU-RAY: FORMAT OF THE FUTURE Absolute Power Babysitter Wanted Buddha: The Story of Siddartha Class of Nuke 'Em High Dark Nature Dear John Diary of Anne Frank (2009) Dirty Dancing (Limited Keepsake Edition!) Edge (1997) Exit Speed Hamlet (2009)--The BBC production with David Tennant and Patrick Stewart Heartbreak Ridge JCVD Kelly's Heroes/Where Eagles Dare Leap Year Man in the Iron Mask (1998) Marked For Death National Geographic: Africa's Lost Eden National Geographic: America's Serengeti Notebook (2004) Preacher's Kid Rookie (1990) Samurai Princess Spy Next Door Tooth Fairy (2010) Valentine's Day War of the Worlds (2005) Young Victoria ANIME NEW RELEASES Bleach Volume 27: The Arrancar Dragon Ball Z Kai Part 1 (Blu-ray!) Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Pt. 1 (Blu-ray!) Naruto Shippuden Vol. 10 (Uncut!) Soul Eater: Part 3 FAMILY NEW RELEASES Billy Owens & The Secret of the Runes Digimon Data Squad: Collection 2 Sara Hickman: Big Bird, Little Bird Jacob Two-Two and The Book of Magic Mr. Men Show: Mr. Bump presents Planes, Trains and Dillymobiles! New Adventures of Black Beauty: Season 2 Peanuts: 1970s Collection Volume 2—Six specials including "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown." Secrets of Jonathan Sperry Sesame Street: Best of Elmo 2 The Race (2009)—A young girl in rural Northern Ireland with dreams of being a race car driver is determined to overcome her circumstances to enter a local farmer's Go-Kart race. NEW TV ON DVD According to Jim: Season 2 Alias Smith and Jones: Season 2 & 3 Barbara Stanwyck Show: Volume 2 Cleaner: Season 2 Dirt: Season 2 Drop Dead Diva: Season 1 Facts of Life: Season 4 Flashpoint: Season 2 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Season 5 Frontier Circus: Complete Series Ghost Hunters International: Season 1 Part 1 How The Earth Was Made: Season 1 Jeff Dunham Show Marked: Season 1 Midsomer Murders: Season 11 My Wife & Kids: Season 2 Oregon Trail: Complete Series Raising The Bar: Season 2 Foyle's War: Volume 20—The Russian House/ Volume 21—Killing Time/ Volume 22—The Hide—"Returning for a three-episode encore, this enormously popular, award-winning mystery series stars Michael Kitchen (Out of Africa) as Detective Chief Inspector Christopher Foyle, a police investigator in the British coastal community of Hastings. In the immediate aftermath of World War II, Foyle finds his longed-for retirement interrupted by cases involving international intrigue, military racism, and an accused traitor all too willing to go to the gallows." Read more over on Sean Axmaker's blog. NEW IMPORTS & FOREIGN FILMS Cine-Romand (2008)—France Dust of Time (2009)(PAL Code 2)—Greece Hope Springs (2009)—UK Invincible Shaolin (1978)—Hong Kong, directed by Cheh Chang Life Gamble (1978)—Hong Kong, directed by Cheh Chang Old Mother Riley (6 movies!)—UK Sky Pirates (1986)(PAL Code 2)—Australia We'll Meet Again (1981)—UK TV Tony Manero (2008)—Tony Manero? Isn't that John Travolta's character's name in Saturday Night Fever? Yep, it is. This Chilean film is all about a man obsessed with the film. Our colleague Sean Axmaker has more on this on his blog. NEW FROM THE WARNER ARCHIVE Class Act (1992)—aka the Kid & Play movie that's not House Party. DOCUMENTARIES, ART, MUSIC & OTHER NON-FICTION FARE Makoto Aida: Cynic in the Playground—"Known for his diverse and controversial works in various media, Makoto Aida shares his work and private life as he creates his 'Human Project' and 'Shinjuku Castle.' Through his creative process his unique character surfaces." Ancients Behaving Badly—" Take an innovative look at some of the world s most fascinating, iconic, and ruthless leaders as History® cuts through the folklore to present precise portraits of characters from Alexander the Great to Genghis Khan and Caligula to Cleopatra. Using the latest historical discoveries, forensic science tests, archaeological finds, analysis of torture instruments, and battlefield dynamics, Ancients Behaving Badly sheds light on these leaders and how they really came to power (most killed off family members); treated their subjects, friends, and family; were so successful in keeping their power; demonstrated battlefield leadership; and achieved such spectacular transformations at home." Awkward Comedy Show—"Written and directed by Victor Varnado and set to the music of cutting-edge hip-hop artist Farbeon, Awkward Comedy Show showcases the talents of four groundbreaking African-American comedians. Comic Marina Franklin interviews the Awkward Kings, whose ranks include alternative stand-up artists Victor Varnado, Hannibal Buress, Eric André and Baron Vaughn. The film captures their antics on and off the stage through group hang-out sessions, informal interviews and personal vignettes animated by underground comic book artists. While the Kings each have their own wacky style, they all have two things in common: they re all a little weird, and they all challenge our preconceptions of what black comedy is and can be." Words of Advice: William S. Burroughs On The Road —" In 1983, the counter culture icon and author of the cult classic Naked Lunch (1959), William S. Burroughs (1914-1997), traveled throughout Scandinavia making a series of personal appearances. Twenty years later, filmmakers Lars Movin and Steen Moller Rasmussen found never-before-seen footage of his Copenhagen visit and set out on the road to record new material, telling the story of the acclaimed author's later work - especially what is known as The Last Trilogy - and his unique performance skills. The result is Words of Advice: William S. Burroughs on the Road, a compelling portrait of one our most enigmatic public figures. Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment—"Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is one of the legendary figures of 20th-century photography and one of the founders of the celebrated Magnum photo agency. Cartier-Bresson's aim was to capture what he called the "decisive moment" when the visual structure and the emotional resonance of the scene before him were in perfect accord. It was the camera's unrivaled ability to preserve such unexpected, fleeting occasions, he felt, that made photography the most exciting visual medium of his time. Made in 1973 as part of a series organized by Cornell Capa, this audiovisual presentation provides a rare instance of the photographer, speaking fluently in English, offering succinct yet widely ranging observations on the nature of the photographic medium." Chickenfoot: Get Your Buzz On Live—"Shot in HD with 16 cameras over 3 Sold-Out shows, 'Chickenfoot Get Your Buzz On' offers the viewer a Once-In-A-Lifetime chance to see 4 Rock and Roll Legends share the stage and blow the fans away with their combined inordinate talents to one collective whole. The band, formed in 2008 consists of Sammy Hagar (Van Halen and Montrose), Michael Anthony (Van Halen), Chad Smith (The Red Hot Chilli Peppers) and Guitar Hero Joe Satriani." Eastwood Factor—Happy birthday, Mr. Eastwood! "For 35 years Clint Eastwood has called Warner Bros. home. In The Eastwood Factor (Extended Version), film historian Richard Schickel (You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story) ventures beyond Eastwood's tough, iconic screen personas to reveal the easygoing and thoughtful man behind the magic. Morgan Freeman narrates this insightful profile that features memorable film clips and visits to movie locations, the Warner Bros. lot and Eastwood's hometown Carmel where, with humor, candor and intelligence, Eastwood illuminates the craft behind his legendary work on both sides of the camera to create a rare experience that is pure, unadulterated Clint." Greek Pete—"Greek Pete gives us a glimpse into the world of Pete, a very popular escort who was voted Best Escort at the World Escort Awards in Los Angeles in 2008. We meet Pete prior to his fame when he arrives in London with the hope of increasing his business as an escort, always up for it and always horny, a fantasy for those willing to pay. All he wants is a nice flat in London, a decent laptop and some good promotional pictures to help him in his trade. The film allows us an intimate peek into Pete's world, his friends, his tricks and his hopes." Hunting Hitler—" History® tells the story of the men who sought to change history by their own hand, introducing the personalities, detailing the plots and revealing the oversights and errors that made them fail. While historians and scholars provide a framework, it is the extraordinary testimony of surviving conspirators and bodyguards that brings these stories to life. Hunting Hitler centers on the events of July, 1944, when a party led by highly placed Nazi officers nearly killed their leader in the infamous ''Wolf's Lair,'' where he spent 900 days directing the German war effort. The program also uncovers never before released evidence of a top secret plot hatched in London to kill the Fuhrer." I Know What I Saw—"Director and host James Fox assembles the most credible UFO witnesses from around the world to testify on the subject and share their experiences and observations. Air Force generals, astronauts, military and commercial pilots, government and FAA officials from seven countries gather at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. to tell stories that, as former Arizona governor Fife Symington states, 'will challenge your reality.'" Valentina Igoshina: Plays Chopin—"Russian pianist Valentina Igoshina explains what Chopin's music means to her and in a specially recorded recital plays much of the music contained in the film on Delfina Potocka." Lightrhythm Visuals: Av8ion Ep—"A palatable av experience expands into an intellectual approach to some modern issues. Signature sounds composed from Fred Moth's "wooden circuits" blend seamlessly acoustic and digital rhythms whilst visually, Sheppee explores some epic imagery with a strong motion graphic aesthetic. A rich tapestry of delicately inter-twined digital expressions stemming from a ten year partnership and greatly diverse practices." Live Nude Comedy—"Shannon Elizabeth (American Pie) hosts six sizzling and hilarious half hour episodes of this Showtime series combining stand-up comedy and modern burlesque. Each episode begins with Elizabeth leading a sketch, followed by alternating performances by two of today's funniest comedians and two of the hottest dancers. Comics include Andy Dick, Whitney Cummings, Sam Tripoli just to name a few." MLB Bloopers: Baseball's Best Blunders—" You will see the finest athletes in the game brought to their knees by gravity, brain locks, killer kittens and anything else that can disrupt the symmetry of the game. Watch players attempting to perfect the art of tarp-sliding, pie-throwing and acting." On The Road with Charles Kuralt: Set 2—"Curious, generous, and always warm, Kuralt found everyone fascinating: cowboys, traffic cops, short-order cooks, makers of corncob pipes, the 87-year-old college professor turned janitor who proclaimed, 'No honest work is undignified.' He reported on a man who fixed toys, a farmer who carved slingshots, a Russian who waited 43 years to thank the American soldiers who saved his life. No story was too small, no person too ordinary." School of Assassins—"Human rights abuses by graduates of the U.S. Army School of the Americas (SOA) are chillingly documented at the beginning of the campaign to close the school." Sex in the Ancient World: Pompeii—" In the backstreets of Pompeii there is an extraordinary sight: the physical remains of a bejewelled, upper class woman entwined with the twisted torso of a Roman gladiator. Frozen in time, their passionate and doomed embrace opens a window through which we can start to survey the whole of Classical sexuality." Barbra Streisand: One Night Only—" In September 2009, 48 years after her last club performance, a select group of fans and friends had the rare opportunity to experience Barbra in this ultimate up-close-and-personal setting. Accompanied only by piano, bass, guitar and drums, this is the artist at her most intimate." Testament (1988)—"No single work has shaped Western civilization more than the Bible. In this provocative seven-part series, renowned archaeologist John Romer (Ancient Lives) traces the roots of the world's most important book in light of archaeological evidence. Who wrote the Bible? Where did the story of creation come from? What can archaeology tell us about Abraham, the Exodus, and Jesus of Nazareth?" Toward The Margin of Life—"Born in Budapest in 1918, Cornell Capa came to New York City in 1937. He became a staff photographer at Life magazine in 1946, and in 1954 joined the influential Magnum agency, which was founded by his brother, photojournalist Robert Capa. In 1966, Cornell Capa formed the International Fund for Concerned Photography in honor of his brother and other photojournalists who had lost their lives on assignment... Made in 1973 as part of a series which he organized, the audiovisual presentation provides a candid glimpse into Cornell's world of concerned photography." Tribal Journey to Tulalip 2003--Tulalip hosts a celebration of traditional tribal culture and honors the heritage of First Nations. ...AND MORE MOVIES Adopt A Sailor—" Emmy® Award winners Bebe Neuwirth and Peter Coyote give phenomenal, critically-acclaimed performances in this witty, endearing comedy. When Patricia and Richard (Neuwirth and Coyote), a frazzled NYC couple, "adopt" a quiet young sailor (Ethan Peck, TV's 10 Things I Hate About You) from Turkey Scratch, AR during Fleet Week, embarrassing secrets are revealed--and tempers are tested--in a night the three will never forget!" Air: The Musical—"Air is a modern musical. It follows three stories of people who feel out of place in the world, and their longing to find a connection with someone else. Featuring all original music, Air is a heartwarming drama, a romantic comedy and an exciting musical." American Bandits: Frank and Jesse—" After Jesse James is wounded in a gunfight, his crew splits up and plans to rendezvous in the deserted town of Gila Wells. But tracking them is the determined Federal Marshal Kane, and when the James Gang arrives, they find a blazing shootout waiting for them. Starring Peter Fonda, Jeffrey Combs and George Stults." Better The Devil You Know—"When Tom Anderson is visited by a deceased high school friend in a dream, she gives him only one warning. She tells him that the Four Horsemen (characters from his latest novel) are coming for him and his friends at noon. But once his friends get trapped in town with him, the battle for their future is about to begin. What they think is a dream is about to become a reality...and they are about to find out...the battle they must face has been inside of them all along. The first dream was a warning. Now, they have no choice but to face Tom's dream along with him...and survive. From writer/director Greg Augustine (The Bench, The Knights of Zodiac) comes a story about life, friendship, and revelation." Big Gay Musical—"Paul and Eddie have just begun previews for the new Off-Broadway musical 'Adam and Steve Just the Way God Made 'Em.' Book of Lore/Grave Mistakes—A horror double feature! Book of Lore: Twenty years ago, in the town to Latonsville, a notorious serial killer known as "The Devil's Left Hand" kidnapped eleven babies and left local police stumped. When Rick (Aj Hyde) discovers his girlfriend has been murdered in the same grotesque fashion as The Devil's Left Hand crimes, he begins a quest to unravel his town's unspeakable past. Using a cryptic encyclopedia of local murders called The Book of Lore, Rick and his friends race against time to unlock the secrets of the past. Grave Mistakes: When a grave robber tries to barter with an eccentric antiques dealer, the two trade stories rather than goods. Tales of zombies, vampires, and ghosts are told upstairs while an unspeakable horror waits in the basement. Bound By A Secret—"Two lifelong friends must face personal drama when one of them learns she has cancer. They also have to make a decision about a ghost from the past: should they tell the child of one friend, a mom, that she is in fact the child of the other, a Broadway star?" This drama stars Meredith Baxter & Lesley Ann Warren. College Boys Live—"In a quiet Orlando, Florida, suburb three young men struggle to escape the wreckage of their pasts and create new lives for themselves. Their new home is, a voyeur webcam house rigged with 32 cameras, where their every move is watched by thousands of paying members. This intimate and provocative film examines this complex subculture, but at its heart the films is about the universal search for family and acceptance." Cornered!—"During their nightly poker game, a group of lowlifes are terrorized in their own convenience store by a masked killer as players begin to disappear one by one. Be warned & watch what you say... someone may be listening!" That someone who might be listening...could it be... STEVE GUTTENBERG!!! The Dukes—"Once a top-selling doo wop group, The Dukes are now barely making ends meet. To earn the money to build a nightclub and revive their career, the misfit group decides to rob a shady dentist's office filled with cavity-filling gold. Starring Chazz Palminteri, Robert Davi and Peter Bogdanovich." Girl, Positive—"Seventeen-year-old Rachel Sandler (Andrea Bowen, Desperate Housewives) is shocked out of her carefree world when word spreads through her upper-middle class community that Jason, a popular athlete who recently died, was an IV drug user. But it's a mysterious computer message that really hits home: Jason, who Rachel had unprotected sex with, may have been HIV positive. Wanting to learn more about HIV, Rachel is urged to visit the local AIDS clinic by her new substitute teacher, Sarah Bennet (Jennie Garth, 90210). While there, Rachel takes a rapid AIDS test, but panics and leaves before learning the results. When Sarah discovers Rachel's test is positive, she breaks the shocking news to her, later revealing to Rachel that she herself has secretly been living with HIV for more than seven years. While both women wish to keep their privacy, they soon find out that with today's technology of instant messaging, cell phones and blogs, gossip--just like the disease--can spread fast and furiously." Hard Ride To Hell—"A lonely stretch of Texas desert highway leads a group of campers on a one-way ride to hell after witnessing an obscene blood sacrifice. Now, with a group of biking devil worshipers on their tail, they are pawns in an ancient battle between good and evil. Pursued to a decrepit old church in a ghost town, the campers fall victim to a new hell a strange young boy harboring a terrifying secret and a priest with a terrifyingly divine mission of his own." The DVD contains the UNRATED version. Ladies of The House—While working on refurbishing a house for their church, three women--Florence Henderson, Donna Mills and Pam Grier--learn about friendship, each other, and themselves. The Landlord (2009)—"Hal Ashby makes his directing debut with this acclaimed social satire starring Beau Bridges as a wealthy young man who leaves his family's estate in Long Island to pursue love in a Brooklyn ghetto." Moment After 2: The Awakening—" After a dramatic escape from death row, former FBI agent Adam Riley (David A.R. White) reunites with his friend and mentor Jacob Krause (Brad Heller) leader of The Way, and his small remnant of Christians. Little do they know the forces out for their destruction. Global Alliance leader Commander Fredericks (Monte Perlin) has forced Adam's former partner Charles Baker (Kevin Downes) to hunt them down while a ragtag militia, led by Captain Jackson (Lonnie Colon), spy on them for their own gain. As events lead to an explosive confrontation, all will be forced to an awakening of the real struggle... for their very souls." More Of Me—"A whimsical, lighthearted and touching comedy, More of Me stars Molly Shannon (SNL; Year of the Dog) as Alice McGrath, an overworked and overextended wife, mother and career woman who discovers a unique way of coping with the stress and demands of her chaotic life. Torn between her desire to achieve perfection as an environmental activist, as a mother to her rambunctious six-year-old twins, and as a wife to her civil engineer husband (Steven Weber, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip), Alice becomes overwhelmed and hits her breaking point, splitting into three separate versions of herself, each with a distinct personality to take over a different aspect of her life." Nanny Express—" A young woman goes to work as a nanny for a widower whose two kids have already run off six other nannies. Slowly, the man's young son warms to the new nanny, and the dad himself starts to fall for her as well, but his teenage daughter, still hurting over the death of her mother, has no interest in having this new woman in her or her dad's life." The titular nanny is 90210 (original recipe, not recent remake)'s Vanessa Marcil. Night Dragon—"A tense low-budget thriller in the style of Bound, Night Dragon is the taut story of professional hitmen and hitwomen, a revenge-driven thug and an innocent young woman caught in the crossfire." The Penthouse—"After winning a reality show contest, Tyler (Corey Large, Cabin Fever) invites his two best friends to move into the ultimate bachelor pad a Los Angeles penthouse apartment. Kieran (Rider Strong, Boy Meets World) is all too happy to put off moving in with his girlfriend (Kaley Cuoco, The Big Bang Theory), despite the fact that excessive partying is affecting his job as a writer. When Tyler's sexy little sister flies in to visit, all of Kieran's inhibitions are lost, putting his relationship with his girlfriend and Tyler in serious jeopardy. Will Kieran get kicked out of the one place where everyone wants to get in?" Racing For Time—"Emmy Award-winning director and actor Charles S. Dutton (The Corner, Roc) stars in and directs the Lifetime Original Movie Racing For Time, an inspiring and uplifting story about a male prison guard who creates an unconventional track program for some of the toughest and most violent female offenders at the Texas Correctional Youth Authority." Shadow Within—"Propelled by grief over the death of Maurice's twin brother, Jacques, at birth, his mother, Marie, falls under the influence of Madame Armand, who convinces Marie to force her son to act as a medium to the next world. As Jacques asserts himself through Maurice, he comes to the realization that they both desire the same thing, their parents love. Only Jacques does not want to return to the living, he wants them all to join him in the afterlife!" Three Stooges Collection Vol. 8 1955-1959—Thirty-two remastered shorts with Moe, Larry, Shemp & Joe, including "Of Cash and Hash," "Bedlam in Paradise, and "Creeps." To Be Fat Like Me—" Pretty, popular, athletic 17-year-old Aly is on the fast track to college when an accident blows out her knee and any chance for an athletic scholarship. A documentary contest, and her mother's constant struggle with weight, gives her the idea to go undercover at high school wearing a "fat suit" and hidden camera to prove that personality can outshine physical difference. Aly has always been slim and confident, so she is totally unprepared for the reality of how the world treats a "fat" girl, and how intolerant she has been of her mother's experience. Starring Kaley Cuoco (8 Simple Rules, The Big Bang Theory) and Caroline Rhea (The Biggest Loser)." Totally Baked/4:20 Hour Stand-Up—"Totally Baked is a laugh-out-laud offbeat comedy in the tradition of Half-Baked that will give you the munchies. In 4:20 Hour Stand-Up, some of the edgiest comedians around take on the most pressing issue of our time: Should the Weed be Freed? Featuring comedians such as Super High Me's Doug Benson, this hour of pot-themed stand-up comedy will get you so high on laughter, you won't be able to come down for hours! Two Mrs. Kissels—" Based on the shocking true story of multi-millionaire brothers who marry the women of their dreams then wind up dead, the Lifetime Original Movie The Two Mr. Kissels traces the trail of money, mansions and mayhem left behind by real estate mogul Andrew Kissel (John Stamos) and his investment banker brother, Rob (Anson Mount, Conviction)." Ultimate Sci-Fi Movie Marathon—"6 Sensational Stories, 1 Shocking Collection! Woman in love with a robot! Aliens invade small-town America! Girl's blood brings immortality! Boy conceived from 3,000-year-old sperm!" With a description like that, does it even matter what the movies are? Well, sure I guess it does: The Android Affair, It Came from Outer Space II, Deep Red, Evolution's Child, Night Visitors, and Control Factor. A Waste of Shame—"A Waste of Shame is a lushly filmed, intriguing drama about the passionate and destructive love triangle that consumed Shakespeare (Rupert Graves - V for Vendetta) in his troubled middle years - adapting some of the most celebrated, sexual, raw and venomous love poems ever written. A graphic depiction of 16th Century English life, exhibiting the filth, the plague and the bawdy promiscuity, the drama also stars Zoë Wanamaker (My Family) and Anna Chancellor (MI-5). Westbrick Murders—Two serial killing psychopaths set off on a murdering spree while a rookie cop and grizzled veteran try and track 'em down. The film stars Vernon Wells and Eric Roberts. Wild Things: Foursome—The third straight-to-video sequel is pretty much a retread of the first film...with an extra person! Here again is Outlaw Vern. Working Miracles--An accident gives a man the power to heal others, but much to the dismay of his friends and family, he ends up on a miracle working power trip. This feel-good film stars Eddie Cibrian and Patrick Duffy. World Unseen—"In the pressure cooker of apartheid South Africa, free-spirited Amina meets Miriam, a traditional wife and mother. Their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her, forcing both women to face outrage and violent disapproval. Starring Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth." There's more being added as we type, so head in and check out the New Release shelves. Happy viewing.