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DVD Tuesday: Only 1 More Week Till Norbit!!
A fairly mundane week of new releases. Hannibal Rising has a definite Queen of the Damned stench to it. Never saw the original Eating Out but folks sure are lining up to buy the sequel. Sharon Stone's beaver in glorious 1080i! Wayne Knight's accompanying flop-sweat in glorious 1080i! Will probably hold off on buying the Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition since I hear the Superman Double Ultimate Collector's Edition is coming this Christmas. Kevin Dillon's career shows eerie parallel to Johnny Chase's. Psycho religious freaks raise normal son. The HD/Blu-Ray assault continues...
The Closer: The Complete Second Season
Hannibal RisingF Troop
Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds
Curse of the Golden Flower (Blu-Ray)
Rawhide: The Second Season, Vol. I
The Frighteners: Peter Jackson's Director's Cut (HD DVD)
Katharine Hepburn CollectionDragonheart (HD DVD)
Basic Instinct (Blu-Ray)
Lost in Translation (HD DVD)
Weeds: Season 1 (Blu-Ray)
Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition
Andy Griffith: The Complete SeriesMidnight Run (HD DVD)
Dinosaur Jr.: Live in the Middle East
The Hawk is Dying
One Punk Under God: The Prodigal Son of Jim and Tammy Fae
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