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Emerging as one of the biggest surprises of the TV year, Fargo was not the simple retread of the Cohen Brothers' original film that people thought it might be, but rather a quirky and unsettling, totally contained season of great TV that payed homage to all the things that made the original work in the first place.

Settings and familiar plot points appear in the first episode, but once the show takes off it becomes its own thing with Martin Freeman (The Hobbit) and Billy-Bob Thorton anchoring it with great performances.



Onwards!



To celebrate the film's 40th anniversary and its enduring ability to scare audiences both new and old, Dark Sky Films has released THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE in an all-new 4k digital transfer and with a newly created 7.1 surround sound mix supervised by Tobe Hooper. Get ready to experience fear in a whole new way.

Limited Edition packaging is built as a replica of the famous Black Maria semi-truck from the film and inside you also get a blood-spattered Leatherface apron, the official theatrical mini poster, as well as a 5th bonus disc exclusive to this release.





Since I enjoyed X-Men: First Class, I will probably check this out. I'm not a superhero fan. But films like Guardians of the Galaxy are slowly turning me around. So, X-Men: Days of Future Past. Guess we'll see...




The Stephen Spielberg Director's Collection features all the films the he made for Universal except Shindler's List. So you get, Jaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Duel, The Sugarland Express, 1941 and Always.

For me, the selling feature is Duel. Spielberg's debut thriller is seen here in Blu-ray for the first time.


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Marina (6 years ago) Reply

Big fan of DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. One of the better X-Men movies in a while (and this coming from someone who loved FIRST CLASS)


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