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Alpha Comes To Home Media with Exclusive Director’s Cut!

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Albert Hughes’ epic tale of the origins of man’s best friend, Alpha, is now available on Digital and arriving on Blu-ray/DVD on November 13th.

The Blu ray includes Hughes’ director’s cut and commentaries by Hughes on alternate opening and closing – and deleted scenes; plus four behind-the-scenes featurettes.

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Let Me In – Supernatural Coming of Age Thriller!


It’s only been a couple years since the genuinely different Swedish vampire film Let the Right One In turned up on the vast majority of critics’ top ten lists, so it might seem odd for there to be an American version so soon. Fortunately, Matt Reeves’ Let Me In is not exactly a remake. The opening credits cite both the novel and the script [both by John Ajvide Lindqvist] as sources for the film. In a way, Reeves’ take on the story takes what’s best about the novel [and original film] and finds a way to give it a unique resonance for the North American audience.

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