Buy the one 1978 animated film to rule them all with Lord of the Rings: Remastered Deluxe Edition; it includes remastered audio and video plus a 30 minute interview with director Ralph Bakshi.
Based on the DC-Vertigo comic, this trailer for The Losers is a bit of A-Team mixed with Kick Ass; in theaters 4/9/2010, it tells the story of a betrayed Special Forces team out for revenge.
This Amity Island Boat Hire t-shirt may give visitors a sinking feeling, but any fish dumb enough to tangle with Roy will bite off more than they can chew; still, they’re gonna need a bigger boat.
Get one of the best movies (mob or otherwise) ever made: Goodfellas 20th Anniversary Edition is a 2-disc Blu-ray set with booklet, commentaries, featurettes, and feature-length documentary.
Get a double-dose of Akira Kurosawa’s legendary samurai-meets-spaghetti western flicks with the Yojimbo & Sanjuro two-pack; it’s an HD 1080p 2.35:1 transfer with Dolby Digital 3.0.
In US and Canadian theaters Spring 2010, Reel Injun is directed by Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond and is both an insightful and entertaining look at the mythical Hollywood Indian.
Make your day with the Dirty Harry Collection (Blu-ray/DVD), due out 2/16/2010; it’s cheaper than the Ultimate Collection by leaving out extras, but still includes all five films.
NSFW: The 100 Cheesiest Movie Quotes of All Time is loaded with sappy one-liners and come-backs; not surprisingly, it’s weighted heavily towards Arnold, Stallone, and Keanu.
John Woo’s war epic Red Cliff arrives on Blu-ray 3/23/2010 in two forms: the theatrical version runs 2h 28m, but it’s the two-part international version that’s truly epic at nearly 5 hours.
Brad Pitt blitzkriegs into stores 2Q 2010 with this 1:6 Lt. Aldo Raine figure; incredibly lifelike down to the wrinkles and facial hair, it includes a stand with Inglourious Basterds logo.
The trailer is nearly as dark as the plot, but we’re fired up over Season of the Witch; the supernatural thriller starring Nic Cage and Ron Perlman hexes its way into theaters 3/19/2010.
European audiences watched it in 2008, but The Red Baron finally makes it over the pond to US theaters in 2010; the film dramatizes the life of WWI ace Baron Manfred von Richthofen.
It didn’t do well in theaters, but we’re still rootin’ for Astro Boy as a robot-tastic flick; it arrives on Blu-ray/DVD 3/16/2010 with deleted scenes, featurettes, and two new animated scenes.
You’ve seen his moves even if you haven’t seen his face: Johnny Nguyen was a stunt double for Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man 2 but stars in Clash, a Vietnamese martial arts flick.
Avoid it if you haven’t seen Avatar yet, but Creating the World of Pandora is an excellent look behind the scenes; it covers visual effects, sound effects and actor training.
NSFW: it may have more bad one-liners than a back-to-back marathon of the original SNL sketches, but we’ll be donning our mullets when MacGruber arrives in theaters 4/23/2010.
NSFW: art both imitates and is imitated by life in The Wild Hunt; this suspense/thriller dives into the world of LARP (live action role-playing) with actual LARPers as background actors.
Most trailers reveal too much, but The Company Men goes the opposite direction with a wordless trailer; it stars Tommy Lee Jones, Ben Affleck, and Chris Cooper as laid-off coworkers.
Film the Blanks is an ongoing project to create abstract, minimalist versions of movie posters by blanking out text and reducing shapes and colors; see how many you can guess here.
We can’t forgive him for Jar Jar, but George Lucas does know how to make a buck or two at the box office; Blockbusting is his take on the 300 most successful movies of all time.
Mix Terry Gilliam with skateboarding and you’ve got Machotaildrop: it sounds awful, but the trailer for this FUEL TV-funded flick is surprisingly fresh and quirky in all the right ways.
Available 3/9/10: Boondock Saints II arrives on Blu-ray and DVD with deleted scenes, commentary, and featurettes; the Blu-ray version includes three extra behind the scenes features.
If you thought Avatar’s 3D was good, you ain’t seen nothing yet: IMAX Hubble 3D arrives in theaters 3/19/10 and covers the final space shuttle mission to repair the space telescope.
Penney Design is the latest to get in on the retro book cover fad, but they do a triple mashup mixing modern movies, old books, and cartridge games; one copy of 2D Avatar, please.
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