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DVD Tuesday: Okay, who forgot to say cut?!!
Those of you who didn't get enough of Death Proof at the theater (and that would be 37 of you) now have the chance to experience Quentin Tarantino's complete and unedited cinematic vision--oh, whatever. Matthew McConaughey almost refused to do We Are Marshall because he thought his character should always be shirtless. Would Carly Schroeder turn 18 already so I can stop feeling so creepy (Kristen Stewart, too). Lucky You deserved better. Daniel Auteuil alert! Werner Herzog alert! 2,000 pound alligatorin the sewer alert!
Death Proof - Extended and Unrated
We Are Marshall
Martha Graham Dance on Film (Criterion Collection)
The Flying Scotsman
I'm Reed Fish
The Boss of it All
Cruising (Deluxe Edition)
Ham & Cheese
Nazi Secrets Revealed
The Johnny Cash Show - The Best of Johnny Cash (1969-1971)
Family Guy - Volume 5
Sex Fever on an Island of 1000 Delights
Photo courtesy of Dimension Films
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