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    Discworld: Swedish Underworld Thrills, Lovecraftian Horror and a Double Dose of Coney Island Nostalgia

    Spielberg disciples can order up this week's "Lincoln" like it were a combo meal. There's a small, DVD-only package, or your can up-size for the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, even a mega four-disc combo edition with a gold border and enough superfluous material to bore a history teacher. At least Dreamwor...

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    Why 'The Comedy' and 'The Revisionaries' Top Indiewire's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks This Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: One of the most divisive movies to play at Sundance in ages; a documentary sure to infuriate and enlighten in equal measure; Andrew Dominik's long-in-the-works follow-up to "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"; one of last year's big success stories ...

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    'Badlands' Arrives On Criterion: 10 Things We Learned About The Terrence Malick Classic

    When you think of lovers and killers on the lam, you think of roadtrip movies like “True Romance,” “Natural Born Killers,” “Bonnie & Clyde” or "The Getaway." But when philosopher, journalist and renaissance man turned filmmaker Terrence Malick tackled the genre for his debut picture, he created a fi...

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    Discworld: Fritz Lang Gets Paranoid, Sleazy Sexploitation, Fast and Furious Koreans, and Buñuel on Blu

    With apologies, this week's column was delayed due to the whirling, queso-and-beer-and-movies dervish called the SXSW Film Festival. In fact, tonight in Austin there will be a special screening of Dave Grohl's rock-doc crowd pleaser "Sound City," which dropped on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Grohl and...

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    Warner Bros. to Release 20-Film Comedy Box Set for 90th Anniversary, Includes Cary Grant Classics, Marx Brothers, Mel Brooks

    Warner Bros. celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2013, and to mark the occasion is releasing five box sets throughout the year, with 20 films each highlighting the best of the studio's output. First up: the Comedy Collection, including such unbeatable classics as Howard Hawks' "Bringing Up Baby," ...

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    New and Reviewed on DVD for March 6th

    You can either wreck or get intouch with this week's new DVD offerings.

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    Catch Up on Oscar Winners, VOD-Style

    If you missed the theatrical runs of some of Sunday night's Oscar-winning films, Movies On Demand has a slew of titles to get you caught up. Full list of available films below...

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    Discover The Cause: Digging Into The Details Of 'The Master' DVD Extras Including Deleted Scenes, 'Unguided Message' & More

    Few movies from last year generated discussion as extensively as "The Master," Paul Thomas Anderson's enigmatic epic about a man named Freddie (Joaquin Phoenix), who returns from World War II as a hooch-making jangle of nerves and falls under the spell of a charismatic cult leader called The Master ...

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    5 Things We Learned from Criterion’s Stunning Blu-Ray of René Clément's 'Purple Noon' Starring Alain Delon

    Purple Noon" is the smarter, exsistential counterpoint to Anthony Minghella’s adaptation with Matt Damon, forgoing the melodramatic angle for something more profound, while combining elements later seen in films by the Coens, Polanski, Scorsese, and Coppola. In honor of Criterion’s new Blu-Ray, here...

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    Fernando Di Leo's Lost Film 'Shoot First, Die Later' to Get First-Ever U.S. Screening at the New Beverly

    Italian filmmaker Fernando Di Leo’s lost 1974 crime thriller “Shoot First, Die Later” will screen in the U.S. for the first time ever at the New Beverly Cinema at midnight on Saturday, Dec. 22.

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