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Arts and Entertainment

DVD Tuesday: Penguins, Zombies, YHWH...

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Surf's Up was actually better than Happy Feet but, as my grandpa used to always tell me, the second Penguin-themed animated movie never does as well as the first. 28 Weeks Later may lack the novelty of 28 Days Later, but it's just as tense and terrifying. The fate of Robert Carlyle is truly awful. Amazingly, even Steve Carrell can be unfunny sometimes. YHWH is truly powerful. John Dahl never gets the rich praise he so, uh, richly deserves. Stallone shows all young actors how to break into Hollywood. Eigeman alert!

Surf's Up
28 Weeks Later
Evan Almighty
Reign Over Me
You Kill Me
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane
Man Push Cart
The Treatment
Wrong Turn 2 - Dead End
Poltergeist (25th Anniversary Edition)
The Film Crew: The Giant of Marathon
12:08 East of Bucharest
The Italian Stallion (Grindhouse Sexploitation Collection)
Friends of God: A Road Trip with Alexandra Pelosi
The Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett Story
Night of the Living Dead 3D
Joseph Campbell: Mythos I
Family Ties - The Second Season
The Vicar of Dibley - A Holy Wholly Happy Ending
Dracula's Dirty Daughter

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox