Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: Another Excuse To Use That Gina Carano GIF

By: 05.01.12  •  7 Comments

It’s a pretty light week for new DVDs, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have things to discuss.  Besides Gina Carano, we’ve got two mainstream releases none of you will ever want to see, Sean Astin, Thor (presumably) not at a bus stop, the greatest generation, their good-for-nothing twink grandsons, Eric Roberts, and a bunch of pissed off animals.

The DVDs:
Haywire
New Year’s Eve
Joyful Noise
W./E.
And They’re Off…
Cirkus Columbia
Hell At My Heels
Thunderstorm: Return Of Thor
Surviving D-Day
1313: Bermuda Triangle
The Dead Want Women
Rise Of The Animals

For the usual analysis keep on keepin’ on on the next page.  If that’s too many ‘on’s for you, click here to jump to the Netflix streaming suggestions.

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