Images Courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment (Monster Brawl, Corman's World & Camel Spiders) and eOne Films (Confucius & A Dangerous Method)
- Monster Brawl (DVD Review) Really fun mash up film bringing the ultimate monster showdown via a live PPV wrestling event, this film makes maximum use (US release date for Monster Brawl is June 12, 2012).
- Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel Fantastic documentary for film fans talking with about the films, work, influence and effect of Roger Corman and his mammoth effect of the film world, largely in B-movies. Great interviews with Jack Nicholson, Peter Bogdanovich, David Carradine, Peter Fonda, Pam Grier, Ron Howard, Martin Scorsese & many more.
- A Dangerous Method David Cronenberg biography film exploring Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud played by Michael Fassbender and Viggo Mortensen respectively.
- Camel Spiders fun B-movie with spiders wreaking havoc on a town after transplanting themselves from different continents. Lots of creepy crawlies in this one!
- Confucius (DVD/BluRay Combo) Biopic on the Chinese philosopher & teacher as played by Chow Yun-Fat.
- UFC Best of 2011 I've got my eye on this one, as it features 30+ Ultimate Matches including 13 title fights on 2 Discs at 350 minutes. Yep, that sounds like a lot of entertainment goodness.
- Eureka Season 4.5 Every time more Eureka seasons come out I wish I watched it! Looks like a fun, quirky show.
- Transit Wild card pick of the week is definitely this one, first I'm hearing of it and looks like a thriller. Stars Jim Caviezel, Diora Baird and James Frain (currently only available on amazon.ca).
- A Night to Remember Historical film on the Titanic based on the book by Walter Lord gets the Criterion treatment.
- Revenge of the Electric Car I'm quite impressed with how now there are several documentaries on electric cars, and here we have another!
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Crazy antics will ensue with more fun with Alvin, Simon & Theodore. It's very hard not to type out the theme song in 'do's', it's so firmly implanted in my head even though I've not heard it for years!
- Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close I know this drama has really hit the hearts of many, based on the book by Jonathan Safron Foer
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