Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: George Lucas To Harry Potter: "This Means War"

By: 05.22.12  •  21 Comments

What? It has Lucas, a black dude, and the color red. That makes it relevant.

Strap yourselves in, we’ve got another heavy week for new DVDs. This week there’s the Tuskegee Airmen, Tom Hardy, Daniel Radcliffe, a senseless film, nobody’s favorite stand-up, Boy George, Iron Man’s dad, two sides of the Japanese cinema coin, a better version of Battleship, a threesome, a surprising lack of vampires and werewolves, and the worst looking DVD I have ever seen.

The DVDs:
Red Tails
This Means War
The Woman In Black
Perfect Sense
Newlyweds
Footsteps
95 Miles To Go
United
Worried About The Boy
Up All Night With Robert Downey Sr.
The Secret World Of Arrietty
Mutant Girls Squad
Metal Tornado
American Warships
Beyond
Black Cobra
The Kane Files
Uncle Kent
An Unholy Exorcism: The Devil Inside
Evil Dead Inbred Rednecks

Fly on over to the next page and find out which films you’ll want to watch.  Click here for some Netflix picks that will really put some hair on your balls.

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