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    Kevin Hart's "Laugh At My Pain" Gets A DVD Release Date

    Announced earlier today, Laugh At My Pain, comedian Kevin Hart's very successfull stand-up comedy film, will be heading to DVD January 17, 2012, courtesy of Codeblack Entertainment.

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    From Curly To Cobra Woman, On DVD

    While news articles report the decline of the once-robust DVD market, film buffs and collectors have occasion to rejoice. More rare, obscure, and once-unattainable titles are being released now than ever before, from the camp classic 'Cobra Woman' with Maria Montez to Larry Cohen’s 'The Private File...

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    David Weissman Talks About His Harrowing AIDS Doc "We Were Here," Our VOD Pick of the Week

    In his powerful documentary "We Were Here," filmmaker David Weissman ("The Cockettes") chronicles the arrival of AIDS in San Francisco and its subsequent aftermath through the eyes of five individuals who were witnesses to history. It world premiered at Sundance earlier this year (where IW's Peter K...

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    Paul Rudd Talks "Our Idiot Brother," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    In our DVD/Blu-ray pick of the week,"Our Idiot Brother," Paul Rudd's second film directed by his good friend Jesse Peretz (they collaborated on the 2001 comedy "The Chateau"), Rudd plays the nicest guy since Forrest Gump opened up his box of chocolates. Ned is a dim if w...

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    "Making the Boys" is Our DVD Pick of the Week

    For a generation that grew up watching "Will & Grace," Mart Crowley’s 1968 play “The Boys in the Band” might not seem like a big deal. It was. The story of a group of gay men gathering for a birthday party came at a time before the Stonewall riots, when gays weren't discussed, just ignored.

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    Matthew Porterfield On His Beguiling Hybrid Doc "Putty Hill," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    A beguiling amalgamation of documentary and fictional narratives, Matthew Porterfield’s second feature “Putty Hill” has been making waves on the film festival circuit since debuting at the Berlin International Film Festival last year. It lands on DVD and Blu-ray this week and it...

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    Chinese Star Li Bingbing Talks "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Award-winning actress Li Bingbing might not be a household name in North America, but in her native China she's one of the country's brightest stars. Best known there for her work the romantic comedy "Waiting Alone," China's 2008 bid for the Best Foreign Film Oscar "T...

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    We Interview the Director of "A Serbian Film," Now on DVD (And Yes, the Movie Deserves Its Rep)

    If there's one film that rivals the controversy surrounding "The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence," it's "A Serbian Film" by first-time director Srdjan Spasojevic. Since premiering on the festival circuit last year, it's enraged and provoked for its gruesome depiction of rape, child sodomy, murder ...

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    Charlie Bucket and Veruca Salt! The "Willy Wonka" Stars Talk for the Film's 40th Anniversary

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” possibly the finest children's film of the 20th century. Based on the children's book by Roald Dahl and directed by Mel Stuart, it's the story of a young boy named Charlie (Peter Ostrum) who...

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    Charlotte Gainsbourg of "Melancholia" Talks Lars von Trier and Her Latest Album

    Despite what Kirsten Dunst's Cannes Best Actress coup for "Melancholia" would lead you to believe, Lars von Trier's latest drama is essentially a two-handed affair. The film is split into two sections, the first titled 'Justine' (Dunst's character); the second '...

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