Releases worth getting Nov 10, 2009

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Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut - A fucking 5 disc version.

The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 7: 1952-1954 – A must have for any Three Stooges fan.

G.I. Joe A Real American Hero: Complete Collectors Set – The entire series of maybe the best cartoon from the 80’s. Comes in a sweetass footlocker.

UFC: Ultimate 100 Greatest Fights – 8 DVD’s, 100 people getting beat up, what’s not to like?

The Official World Series Film Collection – Every World Series ever.

Dirty: The Official ODB Biography – I haven’t seen this but I like ODB and Wu Tang Clan so I expect good things.


Earl Scruggs: Live from Austin City Limits

Earl Scruggs: Family Portrait

Earl Scruggs & Tom T. Hall: Storyteller & the Banjo Man

The Ergs!/The Measure [sa] split 7″ – YES YES YES FUCKING FINALLY!

Copyrights/Brokedowns 7″

Kepi Ghoulie: Life Sentence (CD and Vinyl)

The Marked Men: Fix My Brain (CD and Vinyl)

Cobra Skulls: American Rubicon (CD and Vinyl)

Big Drill Car: A Never Ending Endeavor

The Riptides: Tales from Planet Earth

Nada Surf: Karmic EP (Extra tracks)

Anvil: This Is Thirteen - I got my hands on this early I guess, it kicks ass!!

Anthrax: Among the Living (Remastered, extra tracks)

AC/DC: Backtracks (2CD+DVD)

Deep Purple: Live At Montreux 1996 (Vinyl)

Alice Cooper: Easy Action (Vinyl)

Ted Nugent: Double Live Gonzo! (Vinyl)

Creedence Clearwater Revival: The Singles Collection (Vinyl Box set)

MF Doom: Unexpected Guests

J.J. Brown: Connect the Dots

Jackson 5: I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters

REVIEW: Watchmen

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watchmenThe Watchman, piece that most people will agree that is Alan Moore’s masterpiece. Everyone loves the Watchman comic/graphic novel/whatever you want to call it soooo much, except me. Personally I thought the Watchman kind of sucked, it was boring and the art was ok, but far from great. On to the film, we’ve got two side here it seems, people who love the movie and people who hated it. Recently the hated it side seems to be taking over, neither one of these sides seem to have all of the comic fans on its side, they seem to be split as well. Personally I liked the movie a lot, it was a million times more entertaining than the comic was, it was what a comic movie should be. It really felt like you were watching a comic book, the soundtrack left a bit to be desired but besides that it was greatness. Zack Snyder was back in the director’s chair. Previously he’s done other movies people seem to love or hate, 300 and the Dawn of the Dead remake, both of these I also like. Rumor’s were that Zack was trying to stick as closely to the source material as possible, throwing everything that was on the page onto the screen. I tend to believe this rumor as it seems to check out with that ended up being on screen. As far as the actors over all this area was great but Jeffrey Dean Morgan as The Comedian and Jackie Earle Haley as Rorschach definitely stole the show. Normally comic movies you’d say if you like comics or if you don’t see this or don’t but I think this one appeals to a wider crowd. I’d say if you’ve got a few hours to burn check it out, you might end up love or hating it.

Get Watchmen from Amazon HERE

Movies, the first half of 2009

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So I said I wasn’t going to do a first half of 2009 movie rundown, but I’m a dirty liar so here’s the first half. Anything missing I may have not seen, I’m pretty behind on movies so far.

Top of the first half of ’09
Star Trek
The Hangover
Public Enemies
Friday the 13th

Bottom of the first half of ’09
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
12 Rounds
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
Dragonball Evolution


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