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Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; The TV Set; Pittsburgh by Joseph Crowley

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EclipseMagazine.com DVD Reviews - Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Suerfer

Hey there, True Believers! Joltin’ Joe Crowley here with three incredible new DVD releases to brighten your Merry Marvel Marching Society day! We’ve got Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer [2-Disc Edition]; The TV Set [I’m told the reality behind getting a TV series on the air is uncannily like this], and Pittsburgh – a mockumentary that incorporates real events from the life of Jeff Goldblum. Crazy, no? Well, Onweird and Excelsior! Continue reading Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; The TV Set; Pittsburgh by Joseph Crowley

Death Proof: Extended and Unrated; Resident Evil/Resident Evil: Apocalypse Resurrection Edition; 3:10 To Yuma; The Dark Crystal: 25th Anniversary Edition

 

EclipseMagazine.com DVD Reviews - Death Proof

Okay, kiddies… We’ve got all manner of strangeness for you, today. First up is Quentin Tarantino’s fusion of cars & babes flicks with slasher movies, Death Proof – in it’s extended [by which we mean full] version. Then there’s the new repackaging of the first two Resident Evil movies in what they’re calling the Resurrection Edition. Hey! Zombie dogs! Next we’ve got the original 3:10 To Yuma – a much different version than the recent, excellent film – but just as twisted. Finally, Jim Henson’s first full length feature with only puppets, the amazing The Dark Crystal – in this spiffy 25th Anniversary Edition!

Continue reading Death Proof: Extended and Unrated; Resident Evil/Resident Evil: Apocalypse Resurrection Edition; 3:10 To Yuma; The Dark Crystal: 25th Anniversary Edition