? Blade Runner: The Final Cut The cut released with the 5-disc set, now on its own on Blu-ray. It has “new and improved” special effects, “extended and included deleted scenes” and so forth. It’s great, but you probably still want the Director’s cut first and foremost.
? WolvesBayne “Russell Bane (Jeremy London, ”Party of Five”) finds himself in the
middle of a paranormal war between vampires, werewolves and human
hunters after being viciously attacked by a werewolf. Overwhelmed by his
own werewolf transformation, he seeks the help of the beautiful and
mysterious Alex. Together they must stop the war before the exiled
vampire goddess Lilith (Yancy Butler, ”Kick-Ass”) regains her strength
and destroys all mankind.” God, I love it when they don’t even try.
FYI: I’m going to try to start including the nerdy porn parodies in DVD Day from now on. However, if you’re porn-shopping and happen to see How to Train Your Hard-On in the New Releases section, let me assure you it’s only parodying a name and not a film.
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