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New Releases for April 26th

The last New Release list of April brings compelling documentaries, giant and/or mutant flesh hungry monsters, fine British TV shows, and a huge batch of new Blu-rays (look for that list at the end of this post) and much more. Here’s the full list—as always * means it’s also on Blu-ray, @ means we have it for sale in the store, and clicking SALE takes you to purchase select titles from our online store. HUMAN PLANET * —Another breathtaking nature documentary from the BBC. This eight part series looks at humankind’s complex relationship with the natural world and is narrated by John Hurt.  @THE SCENT OF GREEN PAPAYA *—The Oscar-nominated, poetic story of a young girl in pre-war Saigon is finally back in print on DVD & new on Blu-ray.  @ SALEUPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS—The BBC reworked their classic series about posh society and the servants behind the scenes and made a sleek new mini-series.   @ SALEBLOW OUT *—John Travolta stars as a sound effects man who may have captured an assassination on tape and enlists an eyewitness (Nancy Allen) to help uncover the truth in Brian DePalma’s gripping paranoia thriller. The Criterion Collection edition has a restored transfer, a new interview with DePalma by Noah Baumbach, and more.  @ SALESTONEWALL UPRISING—PBS’s American Experience powerful film explores the dramatic events of June 28, 1969 that launched a movement...BUNNY AND THE BULL—The director of The Mighty Boosh presents a road movie set all in one apartment!  @JOLENE—Get the scoop on local filmmaker Dan Ireland’s latest over on former Scarecrow-er Sean Axmaker’s blog. @3 IDIOTS—Three friends create all sorts of hilarious grief for an uptight college dean in this Bollywood comedy starring Aamir Khan (who you may remember from our Actor Spotlight section).JOHN LEGUIZAMO: FREAK—Leguizamo’s 1998  stand-up performance film directed by Spike Lee, new on DVD.  @MY GIRLFRIEND IS A GUMIHO—New Korean TV drama series about a young wannabe movie stars who awakens a 500-year old fox spirit. It sounds a bit like I Dream of Jeannie...  @ SALEWHOLPHIN NO.13—The latest issue of McSweeney’s DVD magazine includes Successful Alcoholics, Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Sundance starring Lizzy Caplan and TJ Miller, the award winning History of Aviation, and much more. WARNING: The trailer contains a brief glimpse of vomit.SOUTH PARK: SEASON 14 *—Contains the series' 200th episode and the return of Tom Cruise. @FEAR & LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS—The Criterion Collection edition is now on Blu-ray. SALE EL TOPO & HOLY MOUNTAIN—Alejandro Jodorowsky’s cinematic alchemy, new on Blu-ray. SALE ANIME NEW RELEASES Dragon Box Z: Dragon Ball Z Volume 5 Naruto Shippuden: Box Set 6 FAMILY NEW RELEASES Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes! Volumes 1 & 2 Big Time Rush: Season 1 Bratz: Good Vibes Chuggington: Chuggers To The Rescue Garfield Show: Private-Eye Ventures Go, Diego, Go: Diego Saves The World! iCarly: Season 2, Volume 3 Little Engine That Could (2011) Max & Ruby: Rainy Day Play! Strawberry Shortcake: Puttin’ On The Glitz Tikki Tikki Tembo...and More Favorite Tales @ NEW TV ON DVD Ask This Old House: The Best of This Old House Dallas: Movie Collection Emergency! The Final Rescue Glee: Encore Hawkeye: The First Frontier—Complete Series LXD: Legion of Extraordinary Dancers Season 1 & 2 Robocop: The Beginning—Complete Series Scarecrow and Mrs. King: Season 2 Testees: Complete Series Vegas: Season 2, Volume 2 Demob—An early 90s series about two former soldier entertainers adjusting to civilian life & show business in post-war Britain. The Guild: Season 4 Wil Wheaton alert!NEW IMPORTS & FOREIGN FILMS At Home With The Georgians (2010)(PAL Code 2)—UK Nicholas Crane’s Britannia: The Great Elizabethan Journey (2009)(PAL Code 2)—UK The Governor: Season 1 (1995)(PAL Code 2)—UK Hustle: Season 5 (2010)(PAL Code 2)—UK Muay Thai Giant (2009)—Thailand My Time Will Come (2008)—Ecuador Of Gods and Men (2009)(PAL Code 2)—France Silk (2011)(PAL Code 2)—UK Sisters of War (2009)—Australia Student Services (2010)—France Those Three (2007)—Iran Turn of The Screw (2010)(PAL Code 2)—UK Una Semana Solos (2008)—Argentina Chawz * (2009)—A cop must stop a giant human-eating beast ravaging the countryside in this new Korean horror film. This trailer doesn’t have English subs but you’ll get the idea.The Killing: Season 1 (2007)(PAL Code 2)—Investigator Sarah Lund uncovers corruption all over Copenhagen as she hunts for a young girl’s killer in this Emmy nominated series that inspired the current AMC show set in Seattle. We have five discs individually for rent; please ask for them at the counter.NEW WARNER ARCHIVES Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952)—“Abbott. Costello. Laughton. Three stars boasting one Oscar® between them deliver the yo-ho-ho-ho-ing of this merry musical-comedy tale of pirates and buried treasure… Academy Award® winner* Charles Laughton, who portrayed menacing Captain Bligh in Mutiny on the Bounty and the title role in the swashbuckling adventure Captain Kidd, sails into this sea of silliness with great glee. Instigators of most of that silliness are, of course, the legendary Bud and Lou, turning the voyage under the Jolly Roger into a jollier one with their comic timing, verbal jousts and madcap mayhem. Arrrrrr you ready? The Boy Friend (1971)—“The star has injured an ankle, but the show – and inexperienced stage assistant Polly Browne – must go on. Break a leg, kid. And don’t let the presence of Hollywood director and talent scout Mr. De Thrill add any pressure. And so begins this colorful tale of theater hopefuls with stars in their eyes and greasepaint in their veins, a work that, under the guidance of director Ken Russell, is not just an affectionate filmization of Sandy Wilson’s London/Broadway stage hit but also an homage to the movie stagings of Busby Berkeley – complete with imaginative use of kaleidoscopic top shots and rows of leggy chorines. Fashion icon Twiggy makes her screen debut as sweet-natured Polly, a role played earlier by Julie Andrews in her Broadway debut. Curtain up. Maybe someone will be discovered tonight.” The Day Lincoln Was Shot (1998)—“April 14, 1865. As four year of Civil War draw to a close, our country again faces unforgettable tragedy: the assassination of the President. Starring Lance Henriksen as the Great Emancipator and Rob Morrow as assassin John Wilkes Booth, this riveting recreation of The Day Lincoln Was Shot (from Jim Bishop’s landmark book) is a thrilling and detailed chronicle of the plot, murder and manhunt that changed America forever.” Don’t Make Waves (1967)—“‘It’s entertainment that fills up the screen like she fills out a bikini,’ the trailer for Don’t Make Waves proclaimed. She is Sharon Tate, portraying a beach-loving, sky-diving beauty named Malibu. The entertainment filling up the screen is a gleeful sand-and-surf-and-sex satire based on Ira Wallach’s Muscle Beach, set to a title tune by The Byrds and targeting SoCal’s go-go beach culture and the high-living hillside denizens of its ocean-view enclaves. Tony Curtis, reteaming with director Alexander Mackendrick of Sweet Smell of Success, plays an eastern interloper who arrives with little and hits on ways to finagle his way into lots.” The Impossible Years (1968)--“Psychiatrist Jonathan Kingsley is an expert on the problems of the adolescent – unless that adolescent is his own daughter. In his best I-only-think-I’m-in-control fashion, David Niven plays the exasperated doc and Cristina Ferrare is his rebellious offspring in this ’60s generation-gap comedy – complete with long hair, peace symbols and campus protests – based the stage hit by Bob Fisher and Arthur Marx.” Meet Me In Las Vegas (1956)—“Lady Luck is in the building. Ever since rancher Chuck Rodman (Dan Dailey) grabbed the hand of a passing ballerina, he can’t lose. Hold her hand at the roulette table…winner! At the slots…jackpot! Take the danseuse to the homestead to meet mama…a dry oil well comes in! Think maybe the duo should hold hands at the altar? Lovely Cyd Charisse is en pointe for this musical showpiece set in part in the mid-century chic of the Sands Hotel and peppered with credited and uncredited star turns from Old Blue Eyes, Lena Horne, Debbie Reynolds, Frankie Laine, Peter Lorre – the list goes on. Capping the fun: Charisse’s bebop ballet Frankie & Johnny, voiced by Sammy Davis, Jr. Hit me, daddy-o!” Merry Andrew (1957)—“Archaeologist Andrew Larabee tunnels below an English meadow, seeking a rare historical relic. His shoveling takes him back to the surface…and into the lions’ cage during a circus act. Just like that, a star – or at least a Joey -- is born. A Joey is circus-speak for clown and who better to play that clown than Danny Kaye? The effusive star unleashes his singing, swooning and jesting talents in this bright musical-comedy tale of circus extravaganza and romantic complications.” Rose Marie (1954)—“Howard Keel and Ann Blyth (who would later team for Kismet) play stalwart Mountie and backwoods hellion in this grand color and CinemaScope version of the beloved operetta. Filmed largely on location in the Canadian Rockies, Rose Marie combines a charming tale of a tomboy becoming a lady with two love triangles, a murder mystery, settler-vs.-Indian strife and glorious music, including four of the original stage production’s tunes: Rose Marie, The Indian Love Call, The Mounties and in a knockout production number staged by Busby Berkeley, Totem Tom Tom.” Savage Messiah (1972)—“The Music Lovers. Mahler. Valentino. In these and other films, Ken Russell explores the lives of artists and in turn finds inspiration for his own considerable cinematic creativity. Savage Messiah belongs to that Russell oeuvre and it draws from the filmmaker a work often studied in its pace yet exhilarating in its impact. It is the story of the short, influential career of pre-World War I French sculptor Henri Gaudier and of his intimate yet platonic friendship with a Polish émigré 20 years his senior. Scott Antony and Dorothy Tutin, perhaps better known to theater aficionados, play the two leads. Movie fans will readily identify the third-billed player: Helen Mirren in a memorable early-career role as a flamboyant, uninhibited suffragette.” Vitaphone Varieties: 1926-30—“Recovered and restored: fascinating early-sound shorts from a bygone entertainment era. Venerable vaudevillians. Musical marvels. Crazy comics. Formidable character actors. These and other great performers and ensembles from the Warner Bros. vault comprise a dazzling 9+-Hour, 4-Disc Collection of 60 Theatrical Shorts (1926-1930) that reach across the footlights – and decades – to delight new generations.” NEW DOCUMENTARIES & OTHER NON-FICTION FARE Apocalypse: World War II—“This captivating documentary series takes an in-depth look at the Second World War through the eyes of those who lived through it: the soldiers, the victims, and the political and military leaders. Using archival footage – most of it previously unseen and now colorized – this series provides an intimate and breath-taking examination of history’s most devastating war.” Kit Carson: American Experience—“His exploits on the American frontier inspired dozens of dime novels, but these wildly popular books belie the complexities of the real Kit Carson. When the West was a mystery to most Americans, Carson mastered it, and his expertise made him not only famous but also sought-after. Eventually, by helping to spur a migration that would change the West forever, he unwittingly became an agent in the destruction of the life he loved.” Forgiveness: A Time To Love & A Time To Hate—“Forgiveness explores the act of forgiveness through a wide range of stories, from adultery and personal betrayal to the post-genocidal reconciliation of nations. In focusing on specific instances of affliction one family torn apart by abandonment, the post-apartheid Truth and Reconciliation hearings in South Africa or the memories of 60s radicals coping with their violent acts of protest Forgiveness studies the psychological impetus and impacts of this crucial sentiment, illuminating its power, its limitations and, in some cases, its dangers.” From Oscar®-nominated director Helen Whitney.   @ Frontline: Post Mortem—“In over 1,300 counties across America, elected coroners, many with no medical or scientific background, are in charge of death investigations. Nationwide there is a severe shortage of competent forensic pathologists to do autopsies. The rate of autopsies--the gold standard of death investigation--has plummeted over the decades. As a result, not only do murderers go free and innocent people go to jail, but the crisis in death investigation in America is also a threat to public health.” Greely Expedition: American Experience—“In 1881, twenty-five men sailed from St. John's, Newfoundland towards Lady Franklin Bay in the high Arctic to collect scientific data. Three years later, six survivors returned, with a story of shipwreck, starvation, mutiny and cannibalism. The film reveals the nearly unbearable pressures experienced by the members of the expedition.” Don Knotts: Tied Up With Laughter—“The beloved, Emmy-winning comic actor Don Knotts, best-known for his roles as the bumbling deputy Barney Fife on The Andy Griffith Show and the lecherous landlord Mr. Furley on Three's Company, presents a series of side-splitting stand-up routines and skits in rare performances from the 1960s-1970s. A master at playing nervous and neurotic characters, Knotts is also able to milk major laughs with his portrayals of romantically-challenged underdogs possessing oversized egos. In this special comedy collection, he is joined by singer-actress Joey Heatherton, actress Jane Powell, former Dallas Cowboys player Lance Rentzel, comic Jack Burns, Knott's Love God movie co-star Maureen Arthur and the legendary Jimmy Durante.” Loving Lampposts: Living Autistic—“As autism has exploded into the public consciousness over the last 20 years, two opposing questions have been asked about the condition fueling the debate: is it a devastating sickness to be cured or is it a variation of the human brain just a different way to be human? Loving Lampposts: Living Autistic takes a look at two movements: the recovery movement, which views autism as a tragic epidemic brought on by environmental toxins and the neurodiversity movement, which argues that autism should be accepted and that autistic people should be supported. After his son’s diagnosis, filmmaker Todd Drezner, visits the front lines of the autism wars to learn more about the debate and provide information about a condition that is still difficult to comprehend.” Lucky (2010)—“Directed by Jeffery Blitz (Spellbound), Lucky offers a glimpse into the reality behind the fantasy of lottery winners. They come from an amazing range of backgrounds, but all of their lives are radically transformed by the same thing – an enormous lottery jackpot. With prize money reaching into the hundreds of millions, some lives are changed for the better, some for the worse. And together, their stories show us what happens when the fantasy turns real. Do we become what we dreamed we would or what, deep down, we really are?” Magritte: Le Jour Et La Nuit—“As mystifying and peculiar as his work, Rene Magritte painted in a style that was at once real and surreal, witty and disturbing. His enigmatic nature and amazing career deserve more than a routine documentary, and director Henri de Gerlache is up to the task. In this informative but unusual film, Charlie Dupont plays an actor hired to portray Magritte. He researches the artist's life and career, hoping to uncover his personality and unlock the meaning to his paintings. As the actor digs into Magritte's life story, we learn the highs and lows of the painter's career. The dramatic narrative is intercut with comments and interviews with art historians and experts, including photographer Duane Michals. A clever interpretation of one of the 20th century's most recognizable painters.” Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood—“The true story behind the making of the American movie industry. This seven part series will detail the personalities, relationships, collaborations and conflicts that created an industry and an art form – while also looking at how moviemakers responded to major historical events, such as the Great Depression, WWII and the Civil Rights Movement. Includes footage of Louis B. Mayer, Jack Warner and Lou Wasserman among the moguls. Each one hour segment will focus on a different era of American movie history, from the invention of the first pictures to the cutting-edge films of the 1960s.” NOVA: Making Stuff—“Our world is poised on the edge of a revolution in the science of materials. From carbon nanotubes to spider silk, sticky gecko feet to bulletproof foam, scientists are combining high-technology with nature's most incredible inventions to create a new generation of materials which are stronger, smaller, cleaner, and smarter than anything we've seen before. Hosted by the New York Times' lively technology correspondent David Pogue, each hour in this four-part series explores the talent, luck, and determination that can turn a wild idea into a cutting-edge material or high-tech breakthrough.” Royal Romance: William & Kate—“With Prince William and bride Kate Middleton s destiny set and all eyes upon them, fans around the world will enjoy this intimate look at the royal heir and his love. Fully aware of the role he is to play as the future King of England, handsome Prince William displays a strong sense of duty and loyalty to the Royal Family his destiny and upbringing carefully managed by the monarchy since birth. With the poised, young woman he met at university and courted for eight years at his side, royalists pray that their marriage will survive the pressures of the monarchy ... unlike those that have gone before them.” Standard of Perfection: Show Cattle—“The ‘Standard of Perfection’ has become the guideline by which animal show judges award points and prizes to worthy animals. With wit and respect, director Mark Lewis (The Natural History of the Chicken) takes viewers behind the scenes at the Fryeburg Cattle Show in Maine to expose the intense preparation to prime an animal for the biggest show of the year. Viewers meet the winners and proud owners as they achieve the highest honors.” 20th Century with Mike Wallace: America at War—“From bloody but undeclared wars to swift, information-driven conflicts, the very nature of warfare changed during the last century. America’s military changed, too, with women, elite special forces, and high-tech weaponry playing larger roles. Join Mike Wallace as he examines pivotal clashes in recent history, from Korea to Somalia. See on-the-spot dispatches from the front lines, as reported by legendary correspondents such as Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite, and Morley Safer. Hear expert analysis from journalists, military leaders, and historians--including David Halberstam, Robert S. McNamara, and Sen. John McCain--as well as personal testimonies from veterans who fought on the ground, over the sea, and in the air.” …AND MORE MOVIES Behemoth—“An earthquake reactivates a long-dormant volcano threatening the small town of Ascension, trembling in its shadow. But the gaping maws in the region reveal evidence of something else a centuries-old subterranean creature at last given the chance to break free in a black cloud of fire and ash. As the Behemoth wreaks havoc, it's a race against time as a small band of rescuers fight it with a force as destructive as the beast itself.” Beneath The Dark—“A dark road, a sleepy driver, a motel looming out of the night. Writer-director Chad Feehan takes those classic thriller elements and weaves a disturbing and compelling tale of love and the nightmare grip of ghosts from our past. Josh Stewart (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) and Jamie-Lynn Sigler (The Sopranos) deliver intense performances as a young couple who take refuge in a roadside motel. Soon, the couple has crossed paths with a mysterious desk clerk and his sultry blond wife, as well as a stranger who is somehow privy to their most closely guarded secrets. Like a love story by way of The Twilight Zone, Beneath the Dark touches your heart even as it chills your blood.” The Big I Am—“When small-time crook Mickey is made the head of an underworld crime family, he is thrust into the middle of a brutally violent turf war. Starring Michael Madsen, Vincent Regan and Leo Gregory.” Bleading Lady—“Don is a chauffeur and a movie buff who takes his job seriously very seriously. When his latest assignment takes him to the set of a low-budget horror film, he s overjoyed to learn he’ll be driving Riversa Red his favorite B-movie Scream Queen. While driving his beloved idol, Don assumes the role of bodyguard and turns fiercely protective, especially after learning that Riversa has a stalker. Hell-bent on protecting his queen and fueled by paranoid fantasies, Don’s usual temper tantrums go to fatal extremes. Soon he proves to be not only Riversa’s biggest fan, but her worst nightmare as well.” Consinsual—“Love turns taboo when a faithful husband goes to the extreme to please his wife’s sexual appetite. Once the lines of morality are crossed and he is falsely accused of a crime, it sets off a dangerous sequence of events fueled by lust, lies and betrayal.” It stars Keena Ferguson and Kathryn Taylor. Dinoshark—“It was frozen in glacial ice over 150 million years ago. Global warming has just hatched it in the Arctic. And now, it has traveled to Puerto Vallarta for a massive Mexican buffet of sailors, swimmers, lifeguards, jet skiers, horny tourists, bikini babes and more. It thrives in warm water. Bullets will not pierce its prehistoric armor. And it can leap out of the ocean to devour helicopters and parasailers. Can a rogue fishing boat captain and a sexy science teacher stop this ravenous pliosaur before it takes a monster bite out of the local fiesta and all-girl water polo tournament? Eric Balfour (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. 24) and Iva Hasperger star – along with award-winning B-movie producer Roger Corman himself – in the top-rated Syfy sensation about the blood-crazed primeval mutation called DinosharkFatal Secrets—“An attractive woman enlists the help of her two best friends to confront a charming man with a secret background who has pushed her to the breaking point. The women underestimate the consequences when they take matters into their own hands as their opponent forces them into a desperate situation, and everyone pays a price.” It stars Dina Meyer, Vincent Spano, Lea Thompson, Lela Rochon, Ed Begley, Jr., and Ernie Hudson. Goodnight For Justice—“When John Goodnight was a boy he watched in the weeds as his entire family was killed in a ruthless outlaw attack. Now as a circuit judge of the western territories, Goodnight travels the west protecting the innocent from injustice. Directed by Jason Priestley and starring Luke Perry.”Heaven Ain’t Hard To Find—“A troubled young man on the run helps three old sanctified spirits and a beautiful young woman restore a Baptist church to its former glory and place in the heart of the black community. Starring Clifton Powell and Kym Whitley.” The Hostess Also Likes To Blow The Horn (1970)—The tagline is “It takes a Foxy Lady to outfox a Dirty Dog” and it’s filed in the Sexploitation section, so I can imagine there’s some nudity and other adult-oriented tomfoolery in this film. I Want What I Want (1972)—“Based on the sensational best seller, I Want What I Want helped pave the way for the release of many other films dealing with transvestite and transsexual themes. Acclaimed British actress Anne Haywood (The Fox, The Chairman) stars as Roy, a young English man who works at a real estate agency and lives with his widowed father (Harry Andrews - Superman, The Internecine Project). Roy's existence is a fight against loneliness as he is obsessed by a secret desire that no one understands.” Mandrake—“An expedition led by adventurer Darren McCall and funded by the wealthy Harry Vargas braves the impenetrable jungle to retrieve a fabled bejeweled dagger from an ancient burial ground. But pulling the dagger from its rightful resting place awakens the beast. Part plant and part animal, the massive mandrake awakens thirsty for human blood.” Mixing Karma—“From the time Ryan was just a boy, he has had only one dream – to become an artist. But his cowboy father thinks art is a joke, while an Indian family across the street believes art is Ryan’s destiny. He struggles to find his voice as an artist, while getting rejected by gallery after gallery in his attempts at securing an exhibit of his work. Priya, the exotic Indian girl across the street, seems to believe in his talent and Ram, Priya’s Dad, might have the answers to Ryan’s karma. Or does he?” River of Darkness—“When unspeakable evil falls on a quiet river town, Sheriff Logan (Kurt Angle, Warrior, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night) is thrust into a chilling nightmare of death and mayhem. Confronted by a series of horrific murders, each more brutal than the last, he soon learns the community’s seedy past has spawned a vile evil … one that has risen from purgatory to exact revenge. Under relentless assault by the spirits of two old river squatters, the Jacobs Boys – Kevin Nash (The Punisher, The Longest Yard) and WWF, WCW and ECW’s Psycho Sid Vicious – the town explodes into a battlefield of zombies and blazing guns. It’s up to Sheriff Logan to unravel the shocking mystery and condemn ‘The Boys’ back to the bowels of hell.  In this all-out, heavyweight beat-down, only one man will remain standing.” Short Stay in Switzerland—“Not long after the death of her husband from an incurable neurological disease, Dr Anne Turner (Julie Walters Billy Elliot, Mamma Mia!) is diagnosed with a near identical illness. With determined rationality, Anne decides that when her illness reaches a critical point, she will take her own life. To do this, she needs her children's support, but the more her children struggle to understand their mother's desire to die, the further they pull apart and the magnitude of the situation threatens to tear the family to pieces.” Siren (2011)—“A group of friends escaping the city have a simple plan: to tour the coast for a relaxing weekend. Things hit a snag when one of them spots a seductive, sultry young woman waving for help off the shore of one of the many secluded islands along the coast. Reaching out to rescue her turns deadly, and they risk everything to get off the island alive.” Speed of Thought—“Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl) possesses a special gift that enables him to read people's minds, and the government has trained him to use his ability for deadly missions involving national defense, all while telling him that it will ultimately destroy him --- but will it? When Joshua falls in love with Anna (Mía Maestro), another telepathic "scoper," he and his friend, Kira (Taryn Manning), must find a cure for their gift and expose the lies.” The 20 Questions Murder Mystery (1950)/ Tread Softly (1952)—A British mystery double feature! 20 Questions is about murder being plotted on a radio quiz show, while Tread Softly follows a chorus girl as she finds love while investigating a mystery inside an abandoned theater. Ultimate Death Match II—“Starring WWF & WWE Superstar Al Snow! - A desperate man will do desperate things - and Kid Kash is about to find out how far he'll go to protect the love of his life. Ultimate Death Match is back, and this time the stakes are even higher! Featuring: Kevin Nash, Shane Douglas, Johnny Swinger, The Sandman, Larry Zabisco, Raven, Lodi and Al Snow. UDM II lifts the lid on the explosive world of death match wrestling.” The Way Back Home (2006)—“The Way Back Home is a faith-based drama set in the lush and gorgeous surroundings of Central Florida. New York attorney Spencer Krane (Michael H. King, As the World Turns) has returned to the town where he was raised. It is the news that his grandmother (6-time Tony Award winner and Oscar nominee Julie Harris) has suffered a stroke that prompts the trip. What starts as a simple visit home becomes so much more. It becomes a journey of consequence. Relationships and reconnections with old friends Ruby Dee (American Gangster) and Deezer D (ER) become catalysts that shake him to his core and remind him of the simple truths of a faith-filled life.” Your Love Never Fails—“Your Love Never Fails is the story of Laura (Elisa Donovan), a working mother who just wants to spend more time with her daughter Kelsey, 9. Unfortunately, her demanding boss Paul (Fred Willard) has other ideas. When Kelsey's father, Dylan (Brad Rowe) files for joint custody, Laura is forced to take Kelsey to Texas, where she confronts the lifestyle, church and father (Tom Skerritt) that she left behind. With the help of the local church Pastor, Frank (John Schneider), Laura and Dylan will find their way back to the commitment they made to each other and to Kelsey.” NEW BLU-RAY Alien 2: On Earth All Good Things Anastasia (1997) Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker Benny & Joon Betty Blue (Original Theatrical cut) @ Bible…In The Beginning Blood Ties: Complete Series BMX Bandits Country Strong De-Lovely Bob Dylan: Don’t Look Back @ Firebreather Galaxina/Crater Lake Monster Gangland: Final Season Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) Highwater How Do You Know The Inheritance (2010) Lars and The Real Girl Mr. Nice Much Ado About Nothing (1993) Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs Mystic Pizza Nature: Broken Tail—A Tiger’s Last Journey Peter Pan (2003) The Resident (2010) Robots Scary Movie 4 (Unrated!) Still Waiting…(Unrated!) Street Kings 2: Motor City (Unrated!) UFC: Best of 2010 Ultimate G’s: Zac’s Flying Dream Vanquisher Wildest Dream: Conquest of Everest Yogi Bear (2011)  

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