Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD And Streaming: Tyler Perry's Sherlock Holmes

By: 06.12.12  •  22 Comments

This is the only scene from Sherlock Holmes 2 that Tyler Perry understood

As every moment brings us closer to death, every Tuesday brings us more new old movies to watch at home. This week we’ve got two unnecessary sequels with unnecessary subtitles.  There’s also a not-in-drag Tyler Perry, David Cross, Peter Dinklage as a dwarf hooker, some generic monsters, a horror musical, the latest from The Asylum, and once again, Danny Trejo.

The DVDs:
Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows
Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance
Good Deeds
Thin Ice
Demoted
A Little Bit Of Heaven
In Darkness
Kill Speed
Almost Kings
Ranchero
You’ll Know My Name
All Alone
Don’t Go In The Woods
Monster Brawl
Alien Origin
Rift

Instead of fixating on the fleeting nature of life, mosey on over to the next page to learn more about each of these important films. If your time among the living is short, click here for some movies you can stream from Netflix right now.

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