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New Releases for November 2nd--Election Day!

There's a bountiful harvest of new DVDs, Blu-ray & video games this week, so let's get right to the list. That is, unless you're reading this before 8pm on Election Day. Did you get your ballot mailed or dropped off? No? You should go do that NOW. All voted? Good. Here are the new titles. Remember, the * means it's also on Blu-ray & you should follow SALE to buy online. TOY STORY 3 *Another instant classic from Pixar. Sigh... SALE CENTURION * Romans clash with northern England's natives in Neil Marshall's (The Descent) historical epic starring Michael Fassbender and Dominic West. SALE THE PACIFIC *The creators of Band of Brothers present this HBO ten part mini-series follows three Marines through WWII's Pacific theatre. You can rent all six discs at a time or individually. WINNEBAGO MANBen Steinbauer goes in search of Jack Rebney, the disgruntled salesman turned Internet sensation. NOT OF THIS EARTHTraci Lords plays nurse to a mysterious man in this 1988 update of Roger Corman's film. TERROR WITHIN/DEAD SPACEA post-apocalyptic double feature from Roger Corman's Cult Classic series. Terror Within (1989) features a group of scientist plague survivors led by George Kennedy, while Dead Space (1990) follows a group trying to save their planet from a deadly virus spreading through space and stars Marc Singer & Bryan Cranston. V (2010): SEASON 1The modern reboot of everyone's favorite alien invasion mini-series is now on DVD. Does this one also have a baby with a lizard tongue? THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW: THE COMPLETE SERIESIt's finally all on DVD! We have the individual seasons for rent, or you can buy the whole set. It comes with a 56-page booklet and lots more extras. Warning--This clip has a bit of language CHAPLIN AT KEYSTONEFour discs of Charlie Chaplin's Keystone Studios productions. CHASING 3000Two brothers take off across the country to see Roberto Clemente get his 3000th hit in this new family drama. THE GOONIES: 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION *Goonies Never Say Die! It's new on Blu-ray and comes with a fancy reproduction board game & lots more. SALE NEW VIDEO GAMES Blood Drive (PS3, Xbox) Blood Stone: 007 (Xbox) Just Dance 2 (Wii) Shaun White Skateboarding (Wii, Xbox) Goldeneye 007 (Wii) ANIME NEW RELEASES Dragon Box Z: Vols. 2-4 Eden of the East: Complete Series—on Blu-ray! Oh! Edo Rocket: Part 1 FAMILY NEW RELEASES Cars Toon: Mater's Tall Tales * Pirates of Dark Water: Complete Series—It's finally available thanks to the Warner Archives (more new WA titles below)
NEW TV ON DVD All In The Family: Season 7 Blue Mountain State: Season 1 Cook's Country: Season 3 Deadliest Catch: Season 6 Designing Women: Season 4The season with my favorite episode featuring Charlene's Guardian Movie Star: Dolly Parton! Doctor Who, Story 079: Revenge of The Cybermen Doctor Who, Story 154: Silver Nemesis Falcon Crest: Season 2 Marcus Welby, MD: Season 2 Mary Tyler Moore Show: Season 7 Red Green: Seasons 4-6 Survivor Africa: Outlast Survivor Marquesas: Outlast Two and a Half Men: Season 7 (MANY) NEW BLU-RAYs: FORMAT OF THE FUTURE Ajami Alice Cooper: Good To See You Again America: The Story of Us Assault Girls Babies (2010) Baseball: The Tenth Inning Battle 360 Degrees: Complete Series Being Human: Season 2 Bloodsport/Timecop Bored To Death: Season 1 Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Chuck: Season 3 Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos Experiment (2010) Feast (2005, Unrated!) Frozen (2010) Gamera: Guardian of the Universe/Gamera 2
Highlander—Director's Cut Just Wright Killers (2010) Lost Boys: The Thirst Magic (1978) Modern Family: Season 1 National Geographic: Collapse Nostradamus: 2012 Oceans (2008, shorter cut) The Office: Season 6 Ondine Open Water/Open Water 2 Order (2003) Patton 360: Season 1 The Peacemaker (1997) Private Eyes (1980) Red Dragon (2002) Smallville: Season 9 Supernatural: Season 5 Toy Story (Special Edition) Toy Story 2 (Special Edition) Until The Light Takes Us Untitled (2009) 2001 Maniacs Video Games Live: Level 2 White Christmas Bridge On The River Kwai Sound Of Music: 45th Anniversary Edition NEW IMPORTS & FOREIGN FILMS Adriatic: Sea of Fire (1968)—France Angshumaner Chhobi (1968)—India Forbidden Dreams (1973)—Italy I Do...Knot (2010)—Mexico In Search of Memory (2009)(PAL Code 2)—Germany In Therapy (2009)—Brazil Infidel (2010)—UK Kisses (2008)—Ireland Lady Killer (1977)—Hong Kong London River (2010)(PAL Code 2)—UK Sparkle (2007)—UK Three Cases of Murder (1955)(PAL Code 2)—UK Time That Remains (2009)(PAL Code 2)—Israel Triple Dog* (2009)—Canada While The City Sleeps (1956)(PAL Code 2)—USA, directed by Fritz Lang The Whistler (2009)—France Plan B (2010)—Argentina This is England '86 (2010)(PAL Code 2)—UK Wild Target (2010)(PAL Code 2)--Lovely cast. NEW FROM THE WARNER ARCHIVES Disembodied (1957)—"Before she was the title character in Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, voluptuous Allison Hayes was a whole lotta female in this horror thriller set in the steamy African jungle." Hypnotic Eye (1960)—"A sulfuric acid facial. A lye cocktail. A close encounter with whirring fan blades. A flammable shampoo and a lit gas burner. Something is driving beautiful women into grotesque acts of self-mutilation - and the police investigation leads to a debonair stage hypnotist and his glamorous assistant, who harbors a deep and deadly secret!"
Macabre (1957)—"Why is Dr. Rodney Barrett shoveling dirt in a spooky cemetery at night? He's hunting for the coffin holding his young daughter - his still living young daughter. She's buried alive, an anonymous caller reported. And Barrett has mere hours to find and rescue her." It's directed by William Castle. Todd Killings (1971)—"Everyone likes Skipper (Robert F. Lyons). Guys like the way he fixes them up with girls. Girls like the attention he lavishes on them. And no one would ever think of telling the cops where Skipper's buried his victims. The Todd Killings is the harrowing, fact-based drama of a small-town murderer and the alienated kids who protect him." NEW SONY/COLUMBIA CLASSICS --Read more about this series HERE Arizona Raiders (1965)—"Legendary B-western and serial director (and Quentin Tarantino favorite) William Witney helmed this smart, tense actioner, filmed on location in the Grand Canyon State."
Cell 2455, Death Row (1955)—"Based on the autobiographical book by Caryl Chessman, this fictionalized account of how a boy becomes a brutal criminal is both shocking and sensational." Detour To Terror (1980)—"O.J. Simpson plays the driver of a tour bus on its way to Las Vegas hijacked by a gang of men in a dune-buggy. The crazed men are intent on kidnapping one of the passengers, an heiress, and force the tourists into a harrowing detour in the middle of the desert. Lorenzo Lamas is excellent as one of the villains who will stop at nothing to get their way." Doctor's Wives (1970)—"An all-star cast drives this glossy combination of soap opera and murder mystery, heavily drenched in booze and sex. Feeling neglected, one of the title characters decides she's going to sleep with all her husband's friends... but when she's suddenly killed in the act, all of the wives' clandestine activities begin coming to light. Dyan Cannon, Gene Hackman, Richard Crenna, Carroll O'Connor, Rachel Roberts, Janice Rule, Ralph Bellamy, Scott Brady, Richard Anderson and many more round out the cast..." Fire on the Mountain (1981)—"Buddy Ebsen and Ron Howard star in this contemporary western which explores the complex themes of the individual and governmental rights and responsibilities, and the conflicts that can occur when the two are in opposition."
Hot Stuff (1979)—"Beloved comedian Dom DeLuise stars in and directs this delightful caper spoof, co-written by legendary crime novelist Donald E. Westlake (The Hot Rock)." Shadow on the Window (1956)—"Musical-comedy legend Betty Garrett (My Sister Eileen) has a rare dramatic role in this incredibly tense thriller. Lisa Atlas (Garrett) and her seven-year-old son Petey (a pre-Beaver Jerry Mathers) witness the murder of her boss during a botched armed robbery by psycho Jess Reber (John Barrymore, Jr., While The City Sleeps) and his two pals. Stunned by what he saw, Petey wanders off, leaving the thugs holding his mom hostage. But what they don't know is that her husband is a police detective (Phil Carey, TV's Laredo) and will stop at nothing to get her back safely." Surprise Package (1960)—" Legendary director Stanley Donen (Singin' In The Rain) serves up this delightful soufflé, starring Yul Brynner (The Ten Commandments) in a rare comedy role as big-time gambler Nico March, who's been deported to the Greek island where he was born. He runs into dethroned King Pavel II (Noel Coward, Blithe Spirit) who offers to sell his bejeweled crown for $1,000,000. Nico asks his former associates to send him the cash, but instead they send his ex-girl friend (Mitzi Gaynor, South Pacific). And now Nico finds himself on the run with an unwanted dame in tow!"
The Take (1974)—"Terry Sneed (Billy Dee Williams) is a well-known cop brought by police chief Ray Berrigan (Eddie Albert) to quell a crime wave that has gripped Paloma, New Mexico. Already on the payroll of local businessman and crime chief Victor Manso (Vic Morrow), corrupt police Captain Frank Dolek (Albert Salmi) finds it hard to control Sneed. But in fact, Sneed is in business for himself, and even has his own "business manager" (Sorrell Booke) to help him shake down anyone he can for a payoff."
Terror Among Us (1981)—"Ted Shackelford (TV's Knots Landing) plays a rapist on parole who threatens the lives and safety of five women who previously testified against him." Valley Of The Dragons (1961)—"Based very loosely on a story by Jules Verne, two men, about to undertake a duel, are thrust into an alternate universe. Finding themselves the only "civilized" men in a world of cavemen and savage beasts, the two realize they'll have to put aside their differences to help each other survive in this strange new world." NEW DOCUMENTARIES, MUSIC, STAND-UP COMEDY & OTHER NON-FICTION FARE Ancient Greece—"A comprehensive selection of programs offers viewers a detailed look at ancient Greece through its most pivotal figures and conflicts, from the human frailties of its gods and goddesses to archeological evidence supporting their mythology; from the legendary city of Delphi and its world-famous oracle to the brutal standoff at the 'Gates of Fire,' where 300 Spartans held off the Persian army." Ancient Rome—"Experience the intrigue, scandal, excitement and chaos of the most dominant empire in the history of western civilization as History journeys back to the age of Caesar in this intriguing collection of documentaries." Buddha Wild—"Buddha Wild explores our lives as we strive to live in one with nature, our environment, and explores what really goes on behind the monastery doors, through a group of remote monks adapting to the Western world. This engaging movie touches on hot-button issues like the roles of women, racism, politics, the environment, and celibacy." Bill Burr: Let It Go—"It's always been a dream of mine to do a show at the Fillmore. The name itself is synonymous with legendary performances. Countless iconic musicians and comedians have been on that stage. To be a part of that history was something I'll never forget. As much as I was trying to keep my head together before the show, I couldn't help but feel like a tourist or just some random dude who won a contest. Let It Go represents the culmination of material I developed on the road from 2008-2009. As always thanks to everyone who came out to my shows, laughed at the funny stuff and stared during the bombing. I hope you enjoy it." - Bill Burr Carmelo's Way—"Carmelo Anthony, forward for the Denver Nuggets, is widely regarded as one of the best players in the game, leading Syracuse to the 2003 NCAA National Championship and becoming a three-time NBA All-Star. Now, with Carmelo's Way, Carmelo tells his story beyond the NBA hardwood. Find out what it takes to be a world-class athlete as Carmelo trains under the guidance of Nuggets strength and conditioning coach Steve Hess, ride with Carmelo as he visits China for a charity basketball game, go behind the scenes of USA basketball as Carmelo prepares for Olympic qualifying and return to Baltimore with Carmelo as he gives back to the city, neighborhoods and schools that shaped him into the person he is today." Colossal Squid—It's a Discovery Channel documentary about squids of unusual size, probably like this one: Formative Years I & II—"The Formative Years I presents the earliest work of acclaimed documentary filmmaker Heinz Emigholz, who went on to produce the unique series Architecture as Autobiography. The films of Emigholz from the 1970s reveal his ties to legendary experimental filmmakers Michael Snow and Ken Jacobs of the New American Cinema, who were major influences on his work. His thought-provoking documentaries represent a link between fine art and filmmaking." Frontline: Law & Disorder—"A story of law enforcement in crisis, even out of control, Law & Disorder investigates charges that New Orleans Police Department officers inappropriately used lethal force against citizens and then tried to cover up their actions in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina." Graffiti Verite 4—"Viewers will join award-winning graffiti artist SANO as he demonstrates the techniques used to create visually spectacular graffiti works on walls (murals) and canvas. During the presentation, SANO discusses the concepts and theories behind graffiti art, hoping to foster a better appreciation for this often misunderstood form." Life In Occupied Palestine—"A wonderfully moving introduction to the plight of the Palestinians, in simple, everyday terms, with a captivating narration by eyewitness Anna Baltzer. Anna Baltzer, a Jewish-American Columbia graduate and Fulbright scholar, presents her discoveries as a volunteer with the International Women's Peace Service in the West Bank, documenting human rights abuses and supporting Palestinian-led nonviolent resistance to the Occupation. Baltzer's presentation provides those interested in the Israel/ Palestine conflict with critical information and documentation that can be difficult to obtain through mainstream Western media sources, and to encourage dialog towards taking action on the issue."
NOVA: Building The Great Cathedrals—"Carved from a hundred million pounds of stone, soaring effortlessly atop a spider web of masonry, Gothic cathedrals are marvels of human achievement and artistry. But how did medieval builders reach such spectacular heights? On this dazzling journey inside the jewels of Gothic architecture, NOVA reveals the hidden formulas, drawn from the pages of the Bible itself, that drove medieval builders ever upward." NOVA: Crash of Flight 447—"On June 1st, 2009, Flight AF447, an Air France Airbus A330 disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean with the loss of all 228 lives. Using expert testimony, messages transmitted by the doomed plane's computer system, and multi-layered CGI weather reconstructions, NOVA pieces together the events leading up to the disaster and provides a forensic view of crucial events seen from all angles to reveal what really happened on Flight 447." NOVA: Trapped in an Elevator—"Elevators move millions of passengers every day. In Trapped in an Elevator, NOVA reveals the secret life of these ubiquitous machines. Once brawny but simple machines, elevators are getting a brainy makeover. Computer controls are getting passengers to their destinations faster and more safely than ever before. But will the elevator-wary be comfortable handing over the reins to computers?" Ocean Odyssey—"In order to successfully protect and restore the ocean to a healthy state - we need to have some idea of what it once was and hopefully can be again. This film tries to capture some of the world's last remaining pristine marine ecosystems." Petty Blue—"Experience everything that's great about racing through its most indelible and enduring family - the Pettys! Petty Blue is THEIR story - NASCAR's royal family of racing, as told in their own words. It's an inspirational story of dedication, perseverance, and family tradition that will provide a raw, behind-the-scenes look into NASCAR racing." Please Remove Your ShoesPlease Remove Your Shoes is a revealing documentary about broken government process. It is also an empathetic story about a half dozen public servants who try to fix it. And it is a familiar topic to all of us who have flown in the last fifteen years: the security routine at the airport, first the FAA and now the TSA... Are we really any better for all our money spent? Or is it safe to say that nothing has changed?" R.E.M.: Live From Austin, TXTheir Austin City Limits performance from March 2008 with lots of songs from the then new, still great album Accelerate.
Salt (2009)*--"Salt is the story of award-winning and internationally-renowned photographer, Murray Fredericks, on his annual solo pilgrimage to the heart of Lake Eyre in the remote north corner of South Australia. Alone on the most featureless landscape on earth, Salt interweaves Murray's sublime pictures, with innovative time-lapse sequences, and illuminating and exposing video diary excerpts." Unfaithful (2010)—"Claude Pérès takes viewers on a haunting and intimate journey with this groundbreaking erotic drama. The premise is simple: Pérès and a man he's never met will sleep together while the cameras roll. No contract, no film crew, no boundaries. The end result is a film that challenges viewers to look into the heart of human desire." Van Gogh: Brush With Genius—"Dive into the heart of Van Gogh's paintings. For the first time, discover in IMAX the fantastic colors and passionate brushwork of a great genius as they take on a new life before our eyes. Relive Vincent's life journey through his letters, see the places that inspired him, and the paintings." Warren Miller's Dynasty—"From the rulers of the kingdom like Chris Davenport, Daron Rahlves and Ingrid Backstrom to the heirs apparent like Austin Ross and Chris Benchetler; from the wise sages like Mike Wiegele to the princess Lexi Roland, Dynasty is more than just a family album of skiers and snowboarding. It is a story. The story stretches back to the ancient mountains of China, to the deep Canadian bush from a parking lot big-air jump in Michigan to Norways Arctic Circle. This is a story that is rewritten each winter, and one we'll never tire of telling." Katt Williams: 9 Lives—"Featuring the hottest and funniest comedian to blaze into the 21st Century, Katt Williams: 9 Lives features never-before-seen stand-up from Katt's early career as well as a behind-the-scenes glance at his meteoric rise to fame and fortune." WOW: World of Wonder *—"The Disney WOW World of Wonder Disc is a definitive 'how to' guide for in-home High Definition (HD) optimization of home entertainment systems featuring the help of classic Disney character GOOFY and including HD demonstration clips from popular Disney titles including Toy Story,Up, Bolt and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. The easy to follow on-screen guide is designed to help consumers get the best quality experience from their home theater systems by providing everyone from beginners and enthusiasts to experts and custom installers alike with valuable high quality calibration tools." WWII Unsung Heroes—"A stirring collection of bravery and conquest, WWII Unsung Heroes details the horror and heroism of some of the most famous campaigns of military history, focusing on the soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines whose courage, quick thinking and sacrifice helped pave the way to Allied victory." ...AND MORE MOVIES Astro-Zombies: M3 Cloned—"Sultry but deranged, Dr. DeMarco heads a Top Secret government project to recreate the demented killing machines known as the Astro-Zombies. An army of the mutant clones manages to escape restricted Area 51, setting off on a murderous blood rampage. An elite team of mercenaries joins forces with the infamous Doll Squad in a desperate effort to end the reign of horror. Created by legendary filmmaker Ted V. Mikels." Blue Tooth Virgin—"When David, a magazine editor, gives his best friend's latest screenplay a negative review, he hilariously learns that sometimes the truth isn't always the best policy. Starring Bryce Johnson, Amber Benson, Karen Black and Roma Maffia." Cat City—"Victoria Compton discovers her husband, Nick, is having as affair. But she realizes that it is much more when a mysterious stranger, Jonas, shows up looking for the money Nick and his paramour claim to have lost in a real estate deal gone bad. Jonas will stop at nothing to get his money back -even if it means murder." It stars Rebecca Pidgeon, Julian Sands, and Brian Dennehy. Bing Crosby: The Collection—Six of the Tacoma native's earlier films: College Humor (1933), We're Not Dressing (1934), Here Is My Heart (1934), Mississippi (1935), Sing You Sinners (1938), and Welcome Stranger (1947).
Defiled--Cyber-stalking, sex addition, and murder combine for a disturbing and possibly offensive thriller. The Demon (1979)—"Cameron Mitchell, star of Mario Bava s seminal giallo/slasher Blood and Black Lace (1964) and The Toolbox Murders (1978), plays Colonel Bill Carson a private investigator with psychic powers who is hired by a couple whose daughter was carried off into the night by an inexplicable outline of unknown terror. The Mother (Moira Winslow), who herself left to die, pleads with Mitchell after the police have turned up nothing. Can the psychic investigator find the daughter and stop the demon from adding to his killing spree?" Dark Lurking—"At Outpost 320, located one mile beneath the earth, the researchers make a critical error and something has now gone terribly wrong. All communications are gone, all means of escape destroyed and an extremely dangerous horde of ancient creatures is on the loose after a doorway to an unspeakable evil has been opened." Dead Eyes Open—A '70s gorefest throwback with carefully-crafted special effects and a gritty visual style, Dead Eyes Open stands alone among the new generation of horror. A group of twenty-somethings take off in a van across the German countryside in search of adventure, but when they run out of gas they find themselves stranded in an unknown wilderness. They have no idea where they are and, worse yet, are unable to defend themselves from the bloodthirsty lunatic who sends them running for shelter in an isolated farmhouse. After locking themselves inside, they realize that their nightmare has only begun as throngs of the walking dead descend upon them. Featuring a special appearance by horror legend GEORGE A. ROMERO! Horrors of the Black Museum/The Headless Ghost—A double feature of UK classic horror. Three foreign exchange students spend the night in a haunted castle in The Headless Ghost (1976), while Michael Gough (Alfred in the Tim Burton Batman movies) investigates a series of gruesome murders in Horrors of the Black Museum (1959).
Hungry Ghosts—"Five New Yorkers - of different ages, races, backgrounds - hunger for sensual, emotional and spiritual fulfillment. Their intersecting and colliding paths reflect the zeitgeist of our times, in which the desperation of the West smacks up against the religious teachings of the East. Written and Directed by Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos, The Lovely Bones). Starring Steve Schirippa (The Sopranos, Must Love Dogs, See Spot Run), Aunjanue Ellis (Trueblood, Undercover Brother, The Caveman's Valentine), and Sharon Angela (The Sopranos, City Island)." I'll Come Running—"Rising star Melanie Diaz (Raising Victor Vargas, Lords Of Dogtown) shines in this bold and fresh film from co-writer and director Spencer Parsons. Diaz plays a waitress in Austin Texas who falls for the gangly, self-satisfied charms of a Danish tourist (Jon Lange) who became famous as a child star in his homeland and has the complacent air of someone whose best days are behind him and knows it. Their sweaty, passionate fling seems perfect for both of them until an unexpected event sends Diaz off to Denmark. Now it s the waitress who is the fish out of water struggling to survive in a cross-cultural mash-up that s both funny, confusing and surprisingly moving." Journey To Promethea—"A tyrannical king reigns over his kingdom with an iron fist, but there is hope. A prophecy foretold long ago states that a boy will rise up against the oppressive regime and lead his people to the promised land of Promethea. This is the action-packed journey of one boy that sparks a rebellion that ignites a vicious clash of wills between king and commoner, where only one group can emerge alive and victorious." It stars Billy "Slam Evil" Zane. Kings of the Evening—"In the midst of the Great depression, they found hope. An intriguing and hopeful look at the Black American view of the Great Depression with an incredible acting ensemble including Lynn Whitfield (Josephine Baker Story), Glynn Turman (In Treatment), Tyson Beckford (Biker Boyz), Linara Washington (The Express), Reginald T. Dorsey, James Russo, Bruce McGill and Steven Williams in this uplifting, hopeful film about the human spirit and our ability to overcome tremendous odds while still keeping our faith!" Legendary (2010)—"Cal Chetley is an extremely bright, engaging, undersized fifteen year-old. He's been picked on most of his life primarily because he's always been a little different. Mike, Cal's older brother (WWE Superstar John Cena) and one time world-class high school/collegiate wrestler, left him and his mother behind years ago after a tragic car accident killed their accident to this day Mike feels responsible for. Hoping to revive a relationship long since forgotten, Cal joins his high school wrestling team in the hopes his brother will train him. Love & Distrust—"Love & Distrust follows a day in the life of eight strangers as they search for happiness. A waitress - Adams - a business man - Franco - and a lusting teenager - Pattinson - from different backgrounds share similar experiences as they search for love, trust and the meaning of life. Love & Distrust is a film about how events shape our perspective and help us form connections with each other in the most unlikely of places." Lucky Luke (2009)—"Luke, a wandering cowboy capable of drawing a gun faster than his shadow, fights crime and injustice, most often in the form of the bumbling Dalton brothers, Joe, William, Jack and Averell. He rides Jolly Jumper, 'the smartest horse in the world' and is often accompanied by Rantanplan, "the stupidest dog in the universe", a spoof of Rin Tin Tin, usually guarding the Dalton brothers at their jail yet never preventing them from escaping. He refuses to smell Dalton's cloths and acts as a reverse indicator to Dalton's whereabouts." Manson: My Name is Evil—"The definitive moment that coined the phrase "serial killing." Manson's bloodlust left a trail of dead bodies across the Los Angeles landscape. His resulting trial connects Perry, a sheltered chemist, to Leslie Van Houten, one of Manson's murdering minions." It stars Kristen Hager, Gregory Smith, and Ryan Robbins as Manson. Menage A Trois (1997)—"Two brothers. One blonde. Betrayal. Anguish. Pain. Sex. Everything goes to hell in this lost 90's gem. Winner of the Grand Jury Award, Best Picture and Most Daring Film at Panama's Continental Festival." Murderland—"Robbie Coltrane (Cracker) and Sharon Small (The Inspector Lynley Mysteries) star in the knife-edge thriller, Murderland. Clever and compelling, the events surrounding a traumatic murder are told from the perspectives of the three main characters, including the daughter of the victim, for whom the investigation becomes a haunting obsession." Once Fallen—"When Chance (Brian Presley) returns home after five years in jail, he is determined to escape his past, start a new life and make peace with his father, (Ed Harris, Golden Globe® winner), who is the head of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang and serving a life sentence for murder. Upon his release, his dreams of a crime-free future begin to disintegrate when he is forced to assume his best friend's outrageous debt to a local mobster. Despite being thrust back into a world of organized fighting, drug dealing and ties to corrupt police agents, Chance falls in love with Pearl (Academy Award® nominee Taraji P. Henson) and the prospect of living a normal life seems almost within reach. But will he be able to escape the crimes of his father and his past?" Road Kill—"Four young friends on a camping adventure are run off the road by an erratically driven road train - a massive three-trailer truck. With their own vehicle wrecked and the road train stopped, the friends march off to vent their anger at the driver. But the truck is empty. Suddenly, the silence is broken by the sound of gunshots. To escape, the friends commandeer the road train. What they discover inside the vehicle s trailers proves more terrifying than anything out there on that lonely road. The next town is only three hours away, but will they reach it?" Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Undead—"Don't let your girlfriend suck the life out of you! Check out this irreverent Vampire comedy that mixes Shakespeare, The Holy Grail, God, a bunch of sexy vamps and an inspired score by Sean Lennon into one delightful stew and you end up with one part Terry Gilliam, one part Buffy the Vampire Slayer sliced with a dash of the Neuroticism of Woody Allen's best!! Supported by a fantastic cast including Jeremy Sisto (Law & Order), Jake Hoffman (Click), Devon Aoki (Sin City), Ralph Macchio (Karate Kid I-III), John Ventimiglia (The Sopranos) and more!!" Rule of Three—"An obsessed, grief-stricken father searches frantically for his missing daughter as the movie reveals a riveting chain of events. The film takes place in a single, sleazy motel room, but weaves through multiple time periods. His daughter has been missing for weeks and what few clues are there are getting colder with every moment lost. As her father returns to the motel room with a gun, the last place his daughter was seen, an unsigned note is left on his car leaving a clue..." Salvage (2009)—" On Christmas Eve the residents of a quiet British cul-de-sac are suddenly plunged into a world of violence, terror, and paranoia when a group of heavily armed military personnel storm their road ordering them to retreat inside their homes at gunpoint. Unsure if this is the sign of a terrorist attack or something much worse, through panic and paranoia, Beth (Neve McIntosh) finds the courage to fight to save her estranged daughter who is stranded across the street. However, with growing dread and desperation, the residents soon discover that the threat is more monstrous than any of them could possibly imagine, and survival is no longer a guarantee." Seven Deadly Sins (2010)—"Grace, California is a dead-end hell whose streets are paved with intentions both good and bad. Over the final months before graduation a small circle of friends get wrapped up in a heady game of sex, betrayal, revenge, unrequited love, and retribution played out in the reflection of the Seven Deadly Sins Envy, Pride, Wrath, Sloth, Gluttony, Greed, and Lust. Stomp The Yard: Homecoming *—"In the countdown to a national step-off, rivalries at Truth University run red hot. The Theta Nus are counting on new pledge Chance Harris (Collins Pennie) to lead the team to victory. But he's too caught up in his own problems to focus. At odds with his father, caught up in romantic troubles and targeted by a street gang for an unpaid debt, Chance must decide what is truly important and make the choices that will shape his life."