Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD & Blu-Ray: Star Trek Into Tyler Perry’s Darkness

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Please excuse the possible racism in this week’s headline by enjoying the blatant sexism in this week’s banner picture.

Obviously, Star Trek Into Darkness is the big DVD this week, which gives us at least one more chance to use that screen-grab above of Alice Eve from the movie.  In addition, we’ve got a movie Tyler Perry liked so much he decided to put his name above the title, even though he didn’t write, direct, or star in it. Besides those two offerings from big Hollywood, we’ve got plenty of smaller-budget fare including two Oscar-nominated films, a movie starring everyone’s favorite dead Glee actor, a musical starring one of Saturday Night Live‘s most celebrated former cast members, and  last but not least, we’ve even got films starring Danny Trejo and Gary Busey.  What’s more, several of these movies don’t look half bad.  Or half of them look severely bad.  I get confused.

The DVDs:

Star Trek Into Darkness

Peeples

Blood

Love Is All You Need

Chasing Ice

War Witch

Hammer Of The Gods

Sisters & Brothers

Wish You Were Here

The Last Keepers

Frankenstein’s Army

How Sweet It Is

The Contractor

The Hostage Game

Astronaut: The Last Push

Lizzie

Don’t know which Glee cast member died?  Continue reading and you’ll find out.  Want to know which movies snagged Oscar nominations?  You could research each film listed above and you’d figure it out eventually, but it really is easier to just keep reading because I’ll point them out along the way.  Just so, I may or may not liken one or more movies to having sex with a menstruating woman. Is one of those movies How Sweet It Is?  There’s only one way you’re going to get that question answered, so head to the next page and let’s get on with it.

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