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DVD Tuesday: Dark indeed!

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Who's afraid of the Batman? | Photo courtesy of Warner Brothers

While Heath Ledger seems assured of winning Best Supporting Actor at next year's Oscars (and should have won for Brokeback), don't be surprised if The Dark Knight sneaks in to win Best Picture, too. Plenty of folks insist that The Wire is the best show ever to air on television, but I'll stick with Deadwood if asked to choose. Ian McShane gave one of the best performances in recent memory as the vile anti-hero Al Swearengen. Lost regained significant footing in its fourth season. Let's hope that momentum carries into season five. Man on Wire and Colbert are both minor miracles in utterly different ways.

The Dark Knight
Deadwood: The Complete Series
The Wire: The Complete Series
Lost - The Complete Fourth Season
Horton Hears a Who
Man on Wire
A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All
Long Way Round | Long Way Down | Race To Dakar - Complete 8 DVD Box Set
Murnau, Borzage and Fox Box Set
Europa - Criterion Collection