Tuesday, April 7, 2009

NEW RELEASES - APRIL 7 2009


The Day The Earth Stood Still

Yes Man

Bedtime Stories

Tale of Despereaux

Doubt

Seven Pounds

Shuttle

Tokyo Zombie

Gamera the Brave

Vinyan

Faith Like Potatoes

The Secrets

1612

Donkey Punch

Otto; Or Up With Dead People

Dear Zachary

What We Do Is Secret

La Grande Bouffe

Cleopatra - 75th Anniversary Edition

Paradine Case - Premiere Collection

Chicago Cab

Dennis Potter: 3 to Remember

Tales of Ordinary Madness

American Scary

Svengali (1954)

Evil Under the Sun

The Mirror Crack'd

Death on the Nile

The Goldwyn Follies

South Pacific - Collector's Edition

A Song is Born

Snoopy's Reunion


Disney Animation Collection:

  - Vol. 1: Mickey and the Beanstalk

  - Vol. 2: Three Little Pigs

  - Vol. 3: Prince and the Pauper


The Natalie Wood Collection:

  - Inside Daisy Clover

  - Sex and the Single Girl

  - Gypsy

  - Splendor in the Grass

  - Cash McCall

  - Bombers B-52


TELEVISION:

Dynasty - Season 4

The Fugitive - Season 2, Vol. 2 

This American Life - Season 1


BLU-RAY:

Above the Law

American Gangster 

American History X

Bedtime Stories

The Day the Earth Stood Still

Dawn of the Dead (2004) 

Doubt

Final Destination 

Fly Away Home 

Hulk 

Mamma Mia!

The Mummy (1999)

Seven Pounds 

The Thing

2010: THe Year We Make Contact

Wedding Singer


GAMES:

Call of Duty: World at War (XBOX 360)

The Godfather Part II (XBOX 360)

The Godfather Part II (PS3)

Guitar Hero II (XBOX 360)


NEW ARRIVALS, REPLACEMENTS, AND REQUESTS:

Basketball Diaries 

Broadcast News

Bunny Lake is Missing

Children of Heaven

A Civil Action/The Insider

Class Action 

Great Yokai War

I Like Killing Flies

Sleeper

Sweet Charity

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Anonymous said...

Netflix is finally available on the PS3. After loading your “Instant Streaming Disc” you can watch any videos on your Instant Queue. Keep in mind there is no video browsing. You must add videos to your queue through the PlayStation browser

Anonymous said...

I am simply curious what technilogical improvements/advances were made to playstation 2 that is justifying this rush on finding PS3s. Is it just that they are made for high def TVs like xbox 360? This curious mind just wants to know!

Anonymous said...

A little off topic, Guys... I have a question. Last weekend I played around this site:
[url=http://www.rivalspot.com]Rivalspot.com - Play Ps3 tournaments for cash[/url]
They say you can play online NCAA Basketball game tournaments on any console for cash... had anyone tried that before? Looks like a cool idea...
Are there any other sites where you can play sports games for real moneys? I Googled and found only Bringit.com and Worldgaming.com but it looks these guys don't specialize in sport gamez. Any suggestions?

Anonymous said...

A little off topic, Guys... I have a question. Yesterday I looked at this site:
[url=http://www.rivalspot.com]Rivalspot.com - Xbox Live Tournaments[/url]
They say you can play online Nhl2k game tournaments on any console for cash... had anyone tried that before? Looks like a cool idea...
Are there any other sites where you can play sports games for real moneys? I Googled and found only Bringit.com and Worldgaming.com but it looks these guys don't specialize in sport gamez. Any suggestions?

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were recently discussing about how involved with technology our daily lives have become. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.

I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Ethical concerns aside... I just hope that as the price of memory falls, the possibility of downloading our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's one of the things I really wish I could see in my lifetime.

(Submitted on N3T 2 for R4i Nintendo DS.)