Into the night benny

Into the night benny mardones

An eccentric drifter returns to New York and helps out a young woman being threatened by a hood who used to be the young mans boss in Shadows and Lies AKA William Vincent 2010, starring James Franco, Julianne Nicholson, Josh Lucas and Martin Donovan. From Millennium Guy Pearce, Sam Neill, Miranda Otto, Ruth Bradley and Kate Bell star in In Her Skin 2009 Australia, a ripped from the headlines tale of a 15-year-old Australian girl who failed to come home from school one day and was found to have been murdered by her babysitter. From IFC Films. Kingdom of War Part 1 its an epic historical action film about King Naresuan the Great, who liberated the Siamese from the control of Burma, changing the destiny of a nation. Two-disc set. From Magnolia Home Entertainment/Magnet A mans affair with his familys housemaid an innocent beauty leads to dark consequences in The Housemaid 2010 South Korea, starring Do-yeon Jeon and Jung-Jae Lee, from IFC Exorcismus La posesion de Emma Evans 2010 Spain is another take on The Exorcist theme: A teenage girl is possessed by the devil and a priest is called in for an exorcism. Stars Doug Bradley, Sophie Vavasseur, Stephen Billington, Tommy Bastow, Richard Felix and Jo-Anne Stockham. From IFC Midnight/MPI Media group. Roary the Racing Car 2011 is the first DVD for the preschool car star and his friends Dragga, Zizzy and Lugga and human pals Big Chris, Marsha, Officer Pete and Mr. Carburettor. Six episodes, 98 from HIT Elmos World: People in Your Neighborhood 2011 features three episodes from the Elmos World pre-school series, 99 from Green Lantern: Emerald Knights 2010 is an animated original movie released to coincide with the June 17 big-screen live-action adventure starring Ryan Reynolds. Voices of Nathan Fillion, Jason Isaacs, Elisabeth Moss, Kelly Hu, Arnold Vosloo, Henry Rollins, Wade Williams, Roddy Piper. From Angelina Ballerina: Pop Star Girls 2011 features five episodes of the dancing mouse and her friends, 98 from HIT Bratz: BFF 2005-2007 comprises four episodes from the Bratz dolls TV series, 98 from Care Bears: Flower Power 2007 includes eight spring and summer-themed episodes, new-to-DVD, 98 from Lionsgate. Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour 2010 is a documentary that follows iconic feminist electronic band Le Tigre on their 2004-05 international tour across four continents and 10 countries; from Oscilloscope AC/DC Let There Be Rock 1980 commemorates the 30th Anniversary of the theatrical release of the filmed coverage of Australian band AC/DCs 79 appearance in Paris as part of their Highway to Hell tour, remastered. From American: The Bill Hicks Story 2011 is a photo-animated feature documentary, uniquely narrated by the 10 people who knew comedian Bill Hicks best. Two-disc set, 98 from Legends of Flight 2008 is an IMAX documentary on recent designs in the aircraft industry, seen through the eyes of a test pilot; from Image Entertainment. June 5 From our friends at Moviefone: The 2011 MTV Movie Awards certainly tried to push the envelope this time around: First-time host Jason Sudeikis at-times-clunky monologue was rife with Arnold Schwarzenegger infidelity jokes, sexual humor and cheap digs at attending celebrities. There was a special Twilight kiss between Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, and Pattinson dropped an F-Bomb. Oh, the winners? Pattinson nabbed three awards and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse won in every single category in which it was nominated. The legions of Twihards have spoken. Read More. American Graffiti Special Edition 1973: George Lucas breakout film gets the Blu-ray treatment. The HD images are fine but its the music that comes to the fore in this edition. Stars Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Charles Martin Smith, Cindy Williams, Candy Clark, Mackenzie Phillips, Wolfman Jack, Bo Hopkins, Manuel Padilla Jr. , Harrison Ford. Bonus features: Video commentary with director George Lucas and The Music of American Graffiti and The Making of American Graffiti featurettes. From Universal. A Clockwork Orange 40th Anniversary Edition 1971: Directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates and Michael Gover, this adaptation of Anthony Burgesss dystopian novel is just stunning in its Blu-ray debut. The old ultra-violence just pops off the screen into your living room. The two-disc release includes two newly-produced bonus features: Turning Like Clockwork, a 25-minute documentary about the films ultra-violence and its cultural impact, and Malcolm McDowell Looks Back, a short documentary in which Malcolm McDowell reminiscences on closely working with legendary director Stanley Kubrick. Also includes the feature-length documentaries Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures and O Lucky Malcolm! as well as Still Tickin: The Return of Clockwork Orange, Great Bolshy Yarblockos!: Making A Clockwork Orange, commentary by Malcolm McDowell and historian Nick Redman. Packaged in a 40-page Blu-ray Book with rare photos, production notes and more. From Warner. Once Upon a Time in the West 1968: Sergio Leones cult classic spaghetti Western stars Henry Fonda, Claudia Cardinale, Jason Robards, Charles Bronson, Jack Elam and Keenan Wynn, with Fonda playing the blackest character of his career: A ruthless and murderous psychopath who suffers no conscience pangs after annihilating an entire family at the behest of a powerful railroad tycoon. Jason Robards and Charles Bronson as the mysterious harmonica man go after the bad guys. Populated by rich and fascinating characters, driven by a great plot, this is arguably Leones greatest Western. Written by Dario Argento and Bernardo Bertolucci. With a great score by Ennio Morricone. Bonus features: Commentary with contributions by directors John Carpenter, John Milius and Alex Cox, film historians Christopher Frayling and Dr. Sheldon Hall, and cast and crew; featurettes: An Opera of Violence, The Wages of Sin, Something to Do With Death, Railroad: Revolutionizing the West, Locations Then production gallery.

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