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Today on Blu-ray - October 13th

Posted October 13, 2009 02:49 PM by Josh Dreuth

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When the time came to transition the fictional town of South Park, Colorado to the big screen, creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone decided that a musical would be the perfect format for conveying the shows theme. A true testament to their talents, the film - 'South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut' - was a hit despite its unconventional format. Today, fans of the film get to see the movie for the first time in high definition on Blu-ray.

Kyle, Stan, Cartman, and Kenny flock to the opening of the new Terrance and Phillip movie to see their favorite Canadian comedians on the big screen. After being exposed to the excessive profanity, the four friends beginning using their new vocabulary while in school and immediately get in trouble. Outraged parents blame Terrance and Phillip for corrupting their children, resulting in an all-out war between the United States and Canada.

Staff reviewer Martin Liebman praised the Blu-ray release in his review: "This Blu-ray disc presents South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut as it was meant to be seen: crudely animated but colorful, and there's no single blemish that jumps out to ruin this most faithful transfer."

Sony releases 'Adoration' under their Sony Pictures Classic line of Blu-ray titles today, a film that also received an enthusiastic review from Martin Liebman: "Thought-provoking, timely, and altogether fascinating; wonderfully crafted, slowly but masterfully paced, and astoundingly acted; Adoration is a rare film that does everything right, a Drama that challenges its audience to reflect not only on the story but their own lives, to see the world from a different perspective, to perhaps see it for what it is rather than what each individual believes it ought to be."

The Christmas releases continue to flow with the Blu-ray release of 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' while Halloween is clearly drawing closer with some notable horror releases, including 'The Craft' from Sony, 'Drag Me to Hell' from Universal, and 'Hardware', 'Killer Movie', and 'Midnight Movie' all coming from Phase 4 Films.

Warner is releasing 'Natural Born Killers: Director's Cut' on Blu- ray today, not to be confused with the already released 'Natural Born Killers' Digibook release from last year. Universal brings us the latest Will Ferrell bomb 'Land of the Lost' on Blu-ray, reminding us that 'Anchorman 2' is only a few short years away.

And finally, Disney brings us 'The Proposal', a film that, as staff reviewer Kenneth Brown puts it, "you've already seen" even if you haven't seen it. Some films require a rental before purchase, but this chick-flick is exactly how you figure it will be - for better or for worse.

For a complete listing of all the Blu-ray titles released today, click here.


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ckenisell
  Oct 13, 2009
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Brown puts it, "you've already seen". Isn't that every chick flick? I told my wife the entire story of "Ghost of Girlfriends Past" before the first frame rolled.

Sith
  Oct 13, 2009
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ckenisell, go see invention of lying, could be the first romantic comedy I've enjoyed since Something About Mary, isn't even really a chick flick till the movie is half over....Actually would
see it again(maybe when it's on blu)

indiephantom
  Oct 13, 2009
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Sadly couldn't find Screwballs or Hardware at Best Buy or HMV today. Don't have time now for a broader search, but I did pick up The Craft and Natural Born Killers: Director's Cut (only 16.99, not bad).

Babyfingers
  Oct 13, 2009
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I picked up Stop Making Sense, out today on blu. My world is now a better place.

dfharris
  Oct 13, 2009
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Agree with Sith, Invention of Lying was a good chick flick (although it did get rather conventional in the end).

This weeks crop is a bit, well, weak; Studios are waiting for the Christmas rush for the biggies.

nazdar
  Oct 13, 2009
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Drag Me To Hell Craft Cumbia Callera

dmarvin
  Oct 13, 2009
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Pretty weak. Nice to save $ this week though. I'll rent some of these. Drag Me to Hell got amazing praise from fans and critics, so I will rent and hope to enjoy it.

onemorechance
  Oct 13, 2009
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nothing for me this week...BUT..i did pick up an older release( slumdog millionaire)...next week is a big week...TRANSFORMERS
DCG007
  Oct 13, 2009
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I'm waiting for transformers 2 the hangover and Up.. Nothing looks interesting right now to me.

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Alan Gordon
  Oct 13, 2009
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I'll be getting "The Proposal" this week... maybe "Drag Me To Hell" and "Killer Movie" next week. I'll wait on The Grinch until closer to Christmas... and hopefully when it's cheaper.

nazdar
  Oct 14, 2009
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it will or be gone...after a few weeks, it gets crazy
mickreal
  Oct 14, 2009
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yes! to natural born killers but not enthused with Land of the Lost honestly.

BrahmaBull1969
  Oct 14, 2009
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Drag Me To Hell and Gremlins for me today!!!

Brad1963
  Oct 14, 2009
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Picked up Drag Me To Hell, and this is pretty much it for me for the rest of October.


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