That is an actual DVD that you can buy and watch in the comfort of your own home. Here are some other actual, honest to god things that are getting released on DVD this week:
- Christmas Lights 2: Bigger Dazzling Displays
- Cool Cars Of The 50s
- Cruise: Caribbean East AND Cruise: Caribbean West
- International Jazz Hall Of Fame: 1996 Awards Ceremonies
- Unexplained Explained: Ghostly Paranormal Activity
- Wordworld: New Happy Holiday Word Friends
- Slain Icons Of Rap: Biggie & Tupac
- Olds Pontiac: Buick Muscle Cars
I dunno. I appreciate the fact that someone, somewhere, wants to buy these things, but I don't always understand why. I mean, the 1996 awards ceremonies? Why not the 1997 ceremony? Or the 95? What makes that year so special that it deserves a DVD release 15 years later? I'm dying to know!
Also, you can finally pick up your Transformers: Dark Of The Moon Blu-Ray, and you will: it's a legally-mandated purchase if you live in America, as part of the last economic stimulus bill. It's better than Revenge Of The Fallen, but then, so is dying of dysentary.
|1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon|
Need to explode someone's brain with explosions and loudness? Well, here's the perfect Blu-Ray for that purpose. Maybe you've heard of this franchise?
Gosh, a new deluxe edition Blu-Ray is coming out for this? What could possibly have sparked someone into putting this out?
The apparently excellent television series based on the life of the famous terrorist better known as "The Jackal" comes to DVD, presumably in its full five-and-a-half-hour runtime.
|4. Without Men|
Eva Longoria and Christian Slater made a movie together? Someone get me a bucket of water, because my loins are on fire. I'm shocked that it's rated 2.3/10 on IMDB and has a 0% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes, though; sounds like it might be one of the worst movies of the year.
|5. Go for It!|
Go for it! You can live your dreams if you don't give up! Don't let anyone stand in the way of your goals! Just dance! Dance like no one's watching! Then make a movie about it! Because no one's made a movie about dancing recently!
|6. The Ledge|
So I guess this movie was the first one to come out about a dude standing on the edge of a building and threatening to kill himself only he has an ulterior motive for doing so. Only here, he's being threatened by a crazy Christian dude instead of covering up for a robbery. I have to say that the trailer for this made it look a bit over-the-top in its religious antagonism, but I'll have to see it for myself to judge it, I guess.
|7. Viva Riva!|
This Congolese crime thriller is apparently pretty brutal, but it did win a bunch of African Movie Academy Awards last year. In other news, there's an African Movie Academy.
|8. Army Wives|
In TV news, we have Army Wives: Season Five, CSI: Season 11, CSI:Miami: Season Nine, CSI:NY: Season Seven, How I Met Your Mother: Season Six, Hung: Season Two, Law & Order: SVU: Season 12, Married With Children: The Complete Series, and The Middle: Season Two.