I feel a little bit sad about movies this time of year. It takes awhile for big releases to make their ways back into theaters and the DVD releases are still those from the October slumps. However, there are a few good possibilities this week. The third season of Archer being one of them and depending on your recent opinions of Tim Burton, Frankenweenie could be the other. Otherwise, have fun perusing the list of other things you probably didn't know even existed.
His name is Dredd. Judge Dredd and he is the law. The "remake" of the original Sly Stallone Judge Dredd actually turned out to be one of the rare remakes that is worth watching. Shocking and exciting.
The feature length animated redeaux of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie has been controversial. Some people love it. Some people have gotten off the Burton train and can't get back on. I don't know which one I am as I have yet to check it out. However, it will be going on my queue immediately.
|3. House at the End of the Street|
|4. Hit & Run|
Perhaps the best thing about this movie is the relationship between Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell that blossomed during filming and provided videos like this? Actually, I don't even know if this is where they met, but it looks so awful, I have to believe some good came out of it.
Nicolas Cage was in a movie named Stolen? Am I the only one that has never heard of it? Simon West directs Senor Cage in this movie about a master thief who must find his daughter after she is stolen (get it?!) and locked in the trunk of a car.
The worst part about Samsura being on DVD is, it is probably a film that should be experienced in a theater. However, with stunning visuals it creates and an incredible sensory experience it is still something that should not be missed – even if on a small screen.
A good little indie thriller that could definitely go on the "not much else to watch" list.
This show is one of the best comedy series on-air right now and it is damned funny. Sex, alcohol and espionage in animated form. What could be better?
|10. Anger Management|
You have been counting down the minutes until Charlie Sheen's tiger blood was available on DVD, right?
|11. The Hour|
Has anybody watched The Hour? Is it worth the time? I love me some McNulty and am wondering if it lives up to the hype of his brilliance?