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New Release Tuesday!

Happy Tuesday, everyone! As you all know, today is NEW RELEASE DAY when we roll out all the brand new stuff and add them to our exponentially expanding catalog. We usually post a brightly colored list right in the center of our New Release section and one right by the return slot for your perusal. If you want to plan your New Release attack before you head over, here's an unabridged* list** of everything we've added in the last six days:


Alexandra (2007) (Aleksandr Sokurov)

American Dad Vol. 4 (Non-Children's Animation)

Antarctic Mission (Adventure Doc.)

Bay Area Exports (Electronica)

Beethoven Virus (Korean TV)

Beggars in Ermine (Plays)

Bird by Bird with Annie: Portrait of Anne Lamont (Literature Doc.)

Blue Gold (Business & Money)

Booby Hatch (Sexploitation)

Boogie Vision (Sketch Comedy)

Bride Wars (Kate Hudson & Anne Hathaway fight it out!)

C.S. Lewis Through the Shadowlands (Plays)

Cargo 200 (Russia)

Castor Et Pollux (Opera)

Castro, Fidel: Lider Maximo (Politics)

Centerfold Girls (Stalkers)

Chick's Ability (Sexploitation)

Children of Bodom: Chaos Ridden Years (Heavy Metal)

China White (Ronny Yu)

Cold Eyes of Fear (Giallo-Italian Horror)

Comics Without Borders: Season 1 (Stand Up Comedy)

Concussion Presents Damaged and Amnesia (Skateboards & Skating)

Cordoba Nights (Independent Comedy)

Craving Desire (Sergio Martino)

Darn Good Westerns Vol. 1 (6 Movies!)

Deadly Sweet (Tinto Brass)

Detroit Metal City (2008)(Code 3) (Live Action Manga)

Devil and Kate (Opera)

Divina Confusion (Mexico)

Empire of Passion (Criterion!) (Nagisa Oshima)

Exit 38 (Vampires)

Factory: Season 1 (PAL Code 2) (British Comedy TV)

Fallen Angel (2007) (British Drama TV)

Faust (1986) (Teatro Regio Di Parma) (Opera)

Forever Enthralled (Chen Kaige)

Fugitive Valley (Westerns)

Gangland: Season 3 (Gangs & Gangsters)

Glen and Randa (Post-Apocaylpse)

Gray Man (Serial Killers)

Gringo Wedding (Colombia)

H2 Worker (Business & Money)

Hairdressers' Husband (Patrice Leconte)

Hallelujah!: Complete Collection (British Comedy TV)

Hearts of War (WWII)

Hidden History of Boston (American History)

Hit, The (1984, Criterion!) (Stephen Frears)

I Love You Rosa (Israel)

If You Are The One (China)

Immigrant (Civil Rights)

In The Realm of The Senses (Criterion!) (Nagisa Oshima)

Insoumis (Crossfire) (France)

Ip Man (Hong Kong)

Johnny Got His Gun (WWI)

K*Ke Like Me (Jewish Interest)

Kavanagh Q.C.: Bearing Witness (Whodunits)

Kavanagh Q.C.: Memento Mori (Whodunits)

Kavanagh Q.C.: Previous Convictions (Whodunits)

Kreutzer Sonata (2008) (Leo Tolstoy)

L'Africaine (Opera)

Legally Blondes (straight to video sequel about Elle's cousins, or something like that. Comedy!)

Life Story of David Lloyd George (PAL) (Silent Drama)

Lightning Bolt (Antonio Margheriti)

Little Dorrit (2008)(BBC, Andrew Davies)(Charles Dickens)

Long Ride From Hell (Spaghetti Westerns)

Mandate (Code 3) (Korea)

Maniac On The Loose (Stalkers)

Martyrs (Unrated!) (Euro-Horror)

Miao Miao (Deluxe Edition)(Taiwan)

Milking The Rhino (World Culture)

Mission: Impossible: Season 6 (Spy TV)

Mr. Boggs Steps Out (Classic Comedy)

My Unlucky Stars (France)

Naked Rashomon (Japan)

Nature of Things Vol. 1: Visions of the Future (Science)

New England: Globe Trekker (Travel Docs.)

Natl. Geo.: Earth Report - State of The Planet (Nature Docs.)

Natl. Geo: In the Womb Collection (Science)

Nothing But The Truth (Drama)

November Son (Gay & Lesbian)

Nuns of Saint Archangel (Nunsploitation)

One Eyed Monster (Pseudotronic Troma)

Ong Bak 2 (Thailand)

Oriental Elegy/Humble Life/Dolce (Aleksander Sokurov

Over New England (Travel Docs)

Panamint's Bad Man/Western Gold (Westerns)

Parking (2008)(Code 3)(Taiwan)

Passion (1974)(Sexploitation)

Peoples (Independent Drama)

Perfume of Yvonne (Patrice Leconte)

Personal Effects (Drama)

Portrait of a Beauty (Code 3)(Korea)

Pretendiendo (Chile)

Pulling: Season 1 (British Comedy TV)

Reign of Terror/Amazing Mr. X (Anthony Mann)

Remaker (Thailand)

Revenge of the Crusader (Knights in Armor)

Revolution Summer (Independent Drama)

Riot in a Gibang in 1724 (Code 3)(Korea)

Santa Sangre (Alejandro Jodorowsky)

Scrapple (Drugs)

Seeger, Pete: Live in Australia 1963 (Folk Music)

Sex & Lies in Sin City: The Ted Binion Scandal (True Crime)

Shaolin Against Wu Tang (10 films!!)(Hong Kong)

She-Beast (Michael Reeves)

Sing Sinner Sing (Classic Drama)

Spin City: Season 2 (Comedy TV)

Storm Cell (Disaster!)

Stranded (2008) (Doc about the '72 crash in the Andes told through interviews with those who survived)

Summer Whispers (Code 3)(Korea)

Tactical Unit - The Code (Hong Kong)

Tears For You (Japan)

Tell Me You Love Me (Korean TV)

Tolkien, J.R.R. (Literature Doc.)

Transformed (Chopsockie)

Transit (2008)(Bang! Action)

Uninvited (2009)(Ghosts)

Waiting For The Clouds (Turkey)

Wal-Mart Nation (Business & Money)

Warriors (2008)(World History)

Waters, Muddy: Live at Chicagofest (Blues)

Wedding (2004)(Poland)

We're All Angels (Gay & Lesbian)

What Doesn't Kill You (Gangs & Gangsters)

What's Up, Scarlet? (Independent Comedy)

While She Was Out (Murder/Mystery/Suspense)

Women In The White House (Presidents)

Yoga & Pilates: Total Body Toner (Shape Up!)

Young Fugitives (Classic Drama)


Ah My Buddha Vol. 2

Inu Yasha: Season 7

Sky Crawlers (Mamoru Oshii)


Hotel For Dogs

Jetsons: The Movie

Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie

Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 4

X-Men: Vol. 1 & 2


Amazing Journeys (Nature Docs)

Bride Wars

Da Vinci Code (Extended Cut!)

Hotel For Dogs

In The Realm of The Senses (Criterion!)

Reader, The

Red Cliff 2

Star Trek: Season 1

Uninvited (2009)

What Doesn't Kill You

Whew, that's a lot! And we add about that many titles EVERY WEEK. With that much variety, there's always going to be something new to discover. We know the sheer volume of titles can be overwhelming, so PLEASE don't hesitate to ask us where a movie is or for a viewing recommendation or anything else. I'm looking forward to watching the Criterion edition of Stephen Frears' 1984 gangster film THE HIT starring Terence Stamp. The DVD has commentary with Frears and co-stars John Hurt & Tim Roth. The Hit As always, happy viewing.

*It's abridged in that I left off all the Adult titles. If that's what you're looking for, you'll find them up in the New to Room section in our Sexploitation room. I also left off our New To Store titles. You can check those out in their section at the front of the store. **The stuff in parentheses gives you info about the film (like a year or director) as well as letting you know what section it will be in once it graduates from the New Release & Second Take sections and hopefully gives you an idea of what kind of film it is.