Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: The Pig With The Froggy Tattoo

Ignore the dates, ya dangus! They're both out on DVD today!

We’ve got an extra-large batch of movies hitting DVD this week, so there’s something for everyone.  Besides the two Oscar winners in the banner pic, there’s another Oscar nominated flick, a movie Vince hated, Asian kids killing each other, Rip Torn, one lucky elephant, Salma Hayek’s American movie debut, Edward Furlong, a fake Bruce Lee, naked Nazis, some clowns, and a few other gems to whet your appetite.

The DVDs:
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
The Muppets
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Carnage
The Sitter
Battle Royale
From Time To Time
A Lonely Place To Die
Telstar
National Lampoon’s The Legend Of Awesomest Maximus
Roadie
One Lucky Elephant
Roadracers
Pimp
Snow White: A Deadly Summer
This Is Not A Movie
Creature
The Dragon Lives Again
Frauleins In Uniform
Clown Hunt

Read on to find out about these new releases.  If you’re impatient, click here for some picks streaming on Netflix.

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