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New Releases for December 20

A few reminders before we get to the second-to-last New Release list of the 2011: First, Scarecrow will close at 8pm Christmas Eve (Saturday, December 24) and will be CLOSED on Christmas Day. We’ll be back up & renting at 11am on Monday, December 26 for all your post-feast viewing needs. Second, we have great last-minute gifts like Scarecrow T-shirts (available in a variety of sizes and fashion colors) and Gift Certificates (good for rentals or purchases, available in any amount in-store or set amounts online). Third, if you need something to watch with the family, head to one of several holiday rental sections. If you’re already burnt out on Christmas specials, try the COMFORT & JOY, a collection of not necessarily holiday-related films that bring us comfort, joy, or a little bit of both. And now, here’s the list:

BLU = Also available for rent on Blu-ray

@ = Available for purchase in the store

SALE = Also available for purchase from our online store


MIDNIGHT IN PARIS—Owen Wilson plays a screenwriter who wanders dreamily through the streets of Paris in Woody Allen’s charming romantic comedy.  BLU   @   SALE


WARRIOR—Everything you want in an emotional sports drama: Brooding athletes overcoming adversity, in this case estranged brothers Joel “Uncle Owen” Edgerton and Tom “Mumble Mask Bane” Hardy; a grizzled, troubled authority figure (their dad, Nick “I Might Get an Oscar Nod For This” Nolte), a high-stakes, all-or-nothing fight; and of course, lots of training montages. I really liked it, and even got teary watching the trailer again.  BLU  @


COLOMBIANA—She’s beautiful, she’s deadly, she’s out for revenge…  BLU  @


DOLPHIN TALE—If you need a film to de-Grinch your crustier relatives and that’s appropriate for the entire family, we direct you to this inspirational real-life story.  BLU  @


MARGIN CALL—A gripping drama following the 2008 financial meltdown, starring Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Irons, Mary McDonnell, Paul Bettany, Stanley Tucci, Demi Moore, and Zachary Quinto.  BLU


STRAW DOGS (2011)—Rod Lurie’s remake of Sam Peckinpah’s controversial thriller moves the dark secrets, torture-prone locals, and innovative home security methods from Britain to the Bible Belt.  BLU


BURKE & HARE—A dark comedy starring Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis as enterprising cadaver salesmen. It’s John Landis’ first feature in over a decade.  @


SAINT NICK (SINT)—A Dutch horror/comedy about a very naughty St. Nicholas…  @   SALE



Coicent/Five Numbers!

Heaven’s Lost Property: Episodes 1-14    BLU

MM!: Complete Collection

Rosario + Vampire: Season 1

Sekirei: Episodes 1-12



Castle Farm: Volume 1

Child of Glass (Disney Generations)

Goldrush: A Real Life Alaksan Adventure (Disney Generations)



Cape Fear (1961)

Fright Night (1985)  @



Barney Miller: Seasons 4-8 (available to rent individually by season)

Doctor Who, Story 058: Colony in Space (with Third Doctor Jon Pertwee)

Futurama: Volume 6   BLU  @  SALE

Glee: The Concert   BLU  @

I’m Dickens…He’s Fenster: Volume 1


Alive (2009)—Albania

Blood Ties (2011)—Singapore

Casuals (2011)(PAL Code 2)—UK

Casualty 1900s (2009)(PAL Code 2)—UK

Caterpillar (2010)(Code 3)—Japan

Dacii (1967)(PAL Code 2)—Romania

Gideon of Scotland Yard (1958)(PAL Code 2)—UK

Inbetweeners: The Movie (2011)(PAL Code 2)—UK

King of Devil’s Island (2010)—Norway

Love Exposure (2008)—Japan  @

Miracle Box (2004)—Hong Kong

Naked Maja (1959)(PAL)—USA

Texas Across The River (1966)(PAL Code 2)—USA

Vacas (1992)—Spain, directed by Julio Medem

The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner (2008)—Bulgaria



Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940)

Andy Hardy’s Private Secretary (1941)

Belle Starr (1980)

Between Darkness and the Dawn (1985)

Black Widow Murders: The Blanche Taylor Story (1993)

Foreign Body (1986)

Green Dolphin Street (1947)

House of 1000 Dolls (1967)

Jennifer on My Mind (1971)

Judge Hardy and Son (1939)

Life Begins for Andy Hardy (1941)

Man Called Sarge (1990)

One Summer Love (1976)

Out West with The Hardys (1938)

Safari 3000 (1982)

Serenade (1956)

You’re Only Young Once (1937)



Beagle Boogie Babe

Below The Belt For Men

Boot Factory: The Lech Kowalski Collection

Elephant In The Room

Full Signal: The Hidden Cost of Cell Phones

Antonio Gaudi: The Unfinished Vision

Milestones (1975) / Ice (1969)

Roll Tide/War Eagle --From ESPN's 30 for 30 series.

Smokin’ Fish

Something You Should Know: Duran Duran Fan Documemtary

Through a Lens Darkly: Grief, Loss,& C.S. Lewis



Act Your Age

Blackthorn   BLU  @

A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1963)

Catch .44

A Farewell to Arms (1932)--Starring Helen Hayes, Adolphe Menjou, and Gary Cooper.  BLU  @

H.M.S. Pinafore (2011)--A Guthrie Theater Production. Those Gibert & Sullivan musicals are all about duty.

Julia’s Eyes

Milltown Pride

Nothing Sacred (1937)--Starring Carole Lombard & Fredric March  BLU  @

Stay Cool

The Tempest (2010)--Julie Taymor's adaptation has been out on Blu-ray for a while, but now it is available on standard DVD.   BLU

Waltz King (1963) (Disney Generations)

We'll be back next week wth the second season of ARCHER and the rest of the last New Releases of the year. Until then, since I know you've been humming it to yourself since the top of the page, please enjoy this song.

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