It's official: After word came out earlier this year that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost were working on the third in their trilogy of comedies, Universal has greenlit The World's End.
X marks the spot where one teenager's wild party detonates in a night of over-the-top debauchery; Drew Barrymore saves the whales; and a pair of urban yuppies finds the secret to happiness in an oddball commune. But the best release of this week is a delightful, poignant story of two brothers in Jeff Who Lives at Home.
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law rejoin for this second bromantic Sherlock Holmes mystery-adventure, which more than lives up to what you'd expect from the sequel. We've got an exclusive clip with Downey from the DVD here. Plus, everything else new out today.
John Carter comes home, plus other new releases like Safe House, Act of Valor, and Journey 2 with Dwayne Johnson's mad pec-popping skills! And we've got giveaways galore this week of Safe House DVDs as well as three, count 'em, three Chuck Norris classics new on Blu.
Seann William Scott is outstanding as a sweet, mild-mannered bouncer with a knack for knockout punches who gets recruited by a hockey team to play its thuggy enforcer. Trouble is, he's too nice for his own good and can't skate, either. With an extremely limited theatrical release, Goon is a don't-miss on DVD. Plus, see what else is worth your while--or not--this week.
Does Daniel Radcliffe convince as a widowed attorney investigating a creepy old mansion, or is he just Harry Potter in a 1900s suit? Plus This Means War, Red Tails and more new releases this week.
Some awesome posters for movies that will likely never make it from their origin countries to our shores. Unless we're lucky...;
The Cannes Film Fest can be pretty intimidating, with San Diego Comic-Con sized crowds to navigate, language barriers and limited Internet access. Here are a few things one newbie learned as a first-time attendee.
The excellent Chronicle shows what happens when three teens find themselves with unlimited super powers, and what good--and harm--they do. You can win one of two copies of the DVD. Plus Liam Neeson leads them astray in The Grey, Glenn Close mans up in Albert Nobbs, and the rest of the week's new releases.
Becks is back as the butt-kicking vampiress Selene in the fourth Underworld movie that thankfully eschews her lycan romance for more violence (yes!), while on the opposite end of the spectrum is the romance The Vow. And then, on a spectrum nobody else is on, lies Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.
Steven Soderbergh brings his slick, cool style to this action pic and puts real-life MMA fighter Gina Carano at the forefront of it, bringing the smackdown to the likes of Channing Tatum and Michael Fassbender with ease. Want it? Win it! Plus, what else is new on DVD today.
Indie auteur Ti West, who has been making a name for himself in the horror genre, directs The Innkeepers, whose titular characters are facing an aimless future almost as scary as the ghosts they're hunting in the inn's halls. We're giving away some limited edition copies, so enter to win!
Tom Cruise wows as Ethan Hunt in Brad Bird's first and very successful foray into live action in the fourth M:I movie, while Michael Fassbender shocks in the NC-17-rated Shame. Find out what the extras are on these new home video releases.
Meryl Streep embodies tough-cookie British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in this biopic that unfortunately doesn't give you enough of the woman's storied political career. In other news, find out when Jaws will get the Blu-ray treatment!
Win War Horse 4-disc combo pack with Blu-ray, DVD and digital copy, plus a companion book packed with production photos and more from the set.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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