Freddy Krueger is back on DVD
Freddy Krueger, videogame fun, millionaire rednecks and more are all coming to DVD and Blu-ray this week. Video by IdahoOnYourSide.comvideo
Freddy Krueger, videogame fun, millionaire rednecks and more are all coming to DVD and Blu-ray this week. Bob Richards takes a look.
Nightmare On Elm Street - New Line - Rated R
Spend a few hours with Freddy! And Johnny Depp Yes, that's him in his first ever film role. OK, you'll spend more than a few hours with the Nightmare on Elm Street Collection. This set contains all seven of the original films and is jammed with hours and hours of extras, including a new documentary, deleted scenes, alternate takes, commentary and much more.
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Wreck it Ralph - Disney - Rated PG
Wreck it Ralph is really something to behold. It isn't the usual Disney animated film. This is edgy, original and fun. The voice cast is wonderful, while the story is heartwarming and a real blast. Bonus features include he Oscar-winning Paperman short, deleted and alternate scenes, two featurettes and fake videogame commercials.
Duck Dynasty Season 2: Volume 1 - Lionsgate - Not Rated
If you haven't seen A & E's Duck Dynasty, it's a reality show about a family of redneck millionaires who built their fortune by making duck calls. Problem is, they'd rather do just about anything else. It's entertaining. Volume 1 of season two includes 13 episodes on two discs along with bonus scenes.
Intouchables - Sony - Rated R
Intouchables is a delightful French film that is based on the true story of a man in a wheelchair who hires an ex-con from the projects as his personal assistant. It is terrific! Extras include deleted scenes.
Playing for Keeps - Sony - Rated PG-13
Predictable in every way, Playing for Keeps is a Lifetime movie run amuck, It stars Gerard Butler, Jessica Biel, Dennis Quaid, and Catherine Zeta Jones. Nobody in this film has any chemistry at all. They all look as if they are meeting each other for the first time and haven't packed the hand sanitizer. Deleted scenes, and two featurettes.
For more of this week's DVD and blu-ray releases, go to Bob Richards' website.