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    Artwork & Extras Confirmed For North American Blu-ray Release Of 'Prometheus,' Will Come In 2 Different Editions

    Whether you loved the film, hated it or found yourself somewhere in the middle, there's no doubt that people are still talking about Ridley Scott's return to sci-fi with "Prometheus." And even months before the home video release, fans were digging for info on what deleted scenes would be included, ...

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    Event: Indiewire and Apple Invite You to Meet Jay Duplass and the Real-Life Brothers That Inspired 'The Do-Deca-Pentathlon'

    With Mark and Jay Duplass' comedy "The Do-Deca-Pentathlon" finally available on DVD and Blu-ray, four years after being completed, Indiewire and Apple are proud to host a live, in-person chat with Jay, some of the film's cast and the two brothers who inspired the film.

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    Why 'Damsels in Distress' Tops Indiewire's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks for the Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: Whit Stillman's first film in 14 years(!!); a dirty Danish comedy that puts its American counterparts to shame; a relentless French actioner; a twisted thriller from David Fincher; and every 007 film, available for the first time in one massive collection.

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    Steven Soderbergh Revives 1970 Rarity ‘End of the Road’ Co-Written By Terry Southern: 'That’s What Independent Film Should Feel Like'

    Like the carefree spirit of the late 1960s, the independent film “End of the Road,” produced and co-written by Terry Southern, didn't last long in a hardened new era. But thanks to one of modern cinema’s most influential filmmakers, this controversial “lost” movie f...

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    September DVDs You Should Know About Including 'The Game,' A Trio of Mario Bava Horrors & More

    Another month, another slab of worthwhile home video titles gunning for your hard-earned American dollars. This month's slate is an eclectic bunch, featuring cult classics, revenge thrillers, forgotten French films at one point lauded for their complexity and artistry, oh, and Michael Douglas. Read ...

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    5 August DVDs You Should Know About Including 'Jaws,' 'Quadrophenia,' and A Pair of Derek Jarman Films

    As summer starts to fade, the big Hollywood blockbusters are replaced with more modest and arty fare, while on home video, long overdue titles finally make their way to disc. This month, we have new-to-DVD titles from Derek Jarman, Andrzej Wadja, and Ken Russell, plus deluxe reissues of two favorite...

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    Indie Thriller 'Changing The Game' (Tony Todd, Sean Riggs) On DVD August 28

    Rel Dowdell's 2nd feature film, Changing The Game, which stars Tony Todd (Candyman,  24, The Event); Sean Riggs (Stomp the Yard), actor/rapper Kirk “Sticky Fingaz” Jones (A Day in the Life, Blade: The Series, Law & Order, NCIS: LA) and Irma P. Hall (Soul Food) is h...

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    Russell Costanzo's 'The Tested' Starring Aunjanue Ellis On DVD July 24

    The Tested, based on the award-winning 2005 short film of the same name directed by Russell Costanzo and starring Aunjanue Ellis, Armando Riesco, Tobias Truvillion and Michael Morris Jr, will be available on DVD on July 24 this year. The film, which explores the complex relationship between mother a...

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    5 July DVDs You Should Know About, Including ‘Barbarella,’ ‘White Sister,’ ‘Altered States,’ ‘Singin in the Rain’ & More

    Summer is heating up, so thank god there are a bunch of totally cool new DVDs and Blu-rays to chill out with. This month we get Blu-ray editions of classics from Roger Vadim, Ken Russell, and Stanley Donen, plus some weird-ass obscurities that finally get a home video release. Plus a whole lot more....

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    Must-Watch: Poignant 'Sugar' Explores Struggles Faced By Dominican Ball Player w/ Subtlety & Realism

    Here’s a film I should’ve watched three years ago upon its limited theatrical release; although it was indeed limited to only NY and LA. Sony Film Classics' 2009’s Indie Sugar is not your average sports flick; it avoids the usual for the love of the game and the glorious c...

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