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Crimson Peak CRIMSON PEAK (2015)
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Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston. Universal, $34.98, 2/9/2016.
In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds - and remembers.

SPECTRE [Blu-Ray] Pokemon: The Movie Collection [Blu-Ray] The Emigrants/The New Land [Blu-Ray] Love the Coopers [Blu-Ray] The Leftovers: Season Two [Blu-Ray] MI-5 [Blu-Ray]

Bulletin - Week of 2/7 - 2/13

MASTER OF THE WORLD: VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION III [BLU-RAY] (1961): "Despite the presence of the normally solid Vincent Price, Master of the World fizzles. It suffers from a slew of filmmaking and storytelling issues, all of which make it plodding and silly." Starring Vincent Price, Charles Bronson. Shout! Factory, $69.97, 2/16/2016.

MAN UP [BLU-RAY] (2015): "Desperate to offer wacky, witty charms, Man Up instead becomes a grating bore. Cliché-filled and with no intelligence or inspiration, it delivers a poor excuse for a romantic-comedy." Starring Simon Pegg, Lake Bell. Lionsgate, $19.99, 2/2/2016.

THE 33 [BLU-RAY] (2015): "At its heart, The 33 boasts an enormously dramatic story. Unfortunately, the movie tells it in such a trite, cliché manner that it loses much of its natural power." Starring Antonio Banderas, Lou Diamond Phillips. Warner, $35.99, 2/16/2016.

AUSTIN POWERS: THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME [BLU-RAY] (1999): "Of the three Austin Powers movies, The Spy Who Shagged Me remains easily the least interesting. While I don’t think the others are classic, they provide more wit than this somewhat forced flick." Starring Mike Myers, Heather Graham. New Line, $14.97, 7/2/12.

THE GRADUATE: CRITERION COLLECTION [BLU-RAY] (1967): "A terrific film, merits its status as a classic. Despite the many years since its release, the movie holds up well and qualifies as timeless." Starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft. Criterion, $39.95, 2/23/2016.

GILDA: CRITERION COLLECTION (1946): "Rita Hayworth was one of the all-time great bombshells, and she showed why she attained this status via her vivid and exciting performance in 1946's Gilda. The movie offers a lackluster plot but benefits from crisp pacing and solid acting; those elements make the movie worth watching." Starring Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford. Criterion, $29.95, 1/19/2016.


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