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'Maleficent', 'Hobbit' Extended, 'A Most Wanted Man', Kubrick & More on DVD & Blu-ray This Week

Maleficent Maleficent has made over $757 million so far worldwide. That's amazing to me and what's even more amazing is the fact Disney has yet to announce a sequel. Perhaps that's because this seemed to be a film so largely spear-headed by Angelina Jolie that she won't agree to a sequel until a script she considers decent is in front of her. I expect the DVD/Blu-ray to do gangbusters, which should get Disney working even harder on making that a possibility.

A Most Wanted Man I was late to the party with A Most Wanted Man, but as I wrote in my review after watching the Blu-ray I was damned impressed as this is easily one of the best films of the year so far. There are also a couple decent features on the disc, one with John le Carre taking a tour of Hamburg talking about how he created the story.
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November 4th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Doctor and the Devils, Hercules

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October may be over, but that doesn’t mean horror and sci-fi fans don’t have anything to look forward to this month. November 4th will see the release of Brett Ratner’s Hercules 3D and a few cult classics, including The Doctor and the Devils and The Ninth Configuration. There are also several indie horror movies making their debut this week, including The Taking of Deborah Logan, Ghost Bride and Dead Girls.

And for those of you looking to add a few Blu-ray collections to your home library, Amazon is releasing an exclusive set in honor of Stanley Kubrick (which looks stellar) and there’s also a new Doctor Who box set to look forward to as well.

Spotlight Titles:

The Doctor and the Devils (Scream Factory, Blu-ray)

Based on Dylan Thomas’ original screenplay, this shocking horror-thriller stars Timothy Dalton as Thomas Rock, a brilliant young anatomy professor in 1820s Edinburgh.
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