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DVD Tuesday, er, Wednesday (Take 2 -- Sorry!)

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[ed. note: so, yeah, my new job has been keeping me incredibly busy so the DVD Tuesday column has slipped to Wednesday for a second consecutive week. I apologize to my one, true fan who logs in every Tuesday at two o'clock to read my blurbs. I know I have at least one fan because -- yes -- he writes to me and tells me how funny he thinks I am. I love him. He is incredibly smart.]

Great to see Stephen Frears and Michelle Pfeiffer together again. Dangerous Liaisons was just about a perfect film, and Cheri is damn fine, too. Why did they make a Wrong Turn 3 when Wrong Turn 2 answered all of the questions posed by the original Wrong Turn? Oh, yeah. Smoking hot naked chicks. It's a very special week at the DVD store. The worst movie of the year -- maybe ever -- is now available. Yay!


Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead
Blood: The Last Vampire
The William Castle Film Collection
Moon in the Gutter (The Jean-Jacques Beineix Collection)
Monsoon Wedding (The Criterion Collection)
Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary
111 Years of Deutsche Grammophon
Casi Divas
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Single-Disc Edition)