Sam Hatch’s DVD Picks For The Week: Star Trek Into Darkness, The Nightmare Before Christmas & More
It’s the movie freak and the movie geek– Find out what to buy, what to rent and what to AVOID AT ALL COSTS as Damon talks to local movie reviewer extraordinaire, Sam Hatch from Culture Dogs about this week’s new DVD and Blu Ray releases!
There’s a lot of exciting new releases this week, including the latest voyage of the Enterprise, a Tyler Perry movie that Tyler Perry didn’t make, a cool documentary about global warming, and more! Get all the details right here…
Star Trek Into Darkness
I did enjoy this quite a bit! There is a lot of stuff going on– the same crew comes back from the first one, and there is a villain played by the guy from the TV series Sherlock!
Love Is All You Need
It’s about a woman who is a hairdresser that goes through cancer and loses her hair. Her husband bails on her, but she goes to Italy for a wedding and meets Pierce Brosnan! She is like, “Sweet, James Bond… and he is a widower!”
It is the Tyler Perry movie that Tyler Perry didn’t make– so it is pretty cool! Craig Robinson from The Office is in it. He is going to propose to his girlfriend, but she runs off to a big family reunion in The Hamptons. It’s one of those “fish out of water” flicks where he has to go and catch her.
It is a documentary about this guy who risks his life in the Arctic to put time-lapse cameras everywhere and prove once and for all that global warming is real. It took him years and years to gather all this evidence and footage! It is really, really killer stuff!
The Nightmare Before Christmas
It is being re-released for its 20th anniversary. There is a 3-D one and a 2-D one… ect. Doesn’t it make you feel old?
It’s a WWII movie about Russians discovering that Nazis were secretly making “Frankenstein” creatures out of all their dead soldiers to try to stop Hilter from getting captured!
Not to leave out all you big television fans out there, Big Bang Theory: Season 6 and Supernatural: Season 8 are also available now!
Happy viewing, and for more from Sam Hatch and all manner of film-related goodness, check out culturedogs.org!