Tuesday is almost here, and you know what that means--it's time to start thinking about the latest hot releases. Luckily for you, we sift through the overwhelming mess to give you what's best.
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For all you young fellas who can’t get enough of Hayden Panettiere, you’re in luck: I Love You, Beth Cooper is now out on DVD and Blu-ray. You’ll get more Panettiere than your usual Heroes dose with either of these discs, plus a whole lot more. The special features include an alternate ending, deleted scenes, and several featurettes. The behind-the-scenes featurette, titled We Are All Different, But That’s a Good Thing, and the Fox Movie Channel Presents in Character with Hayden Panettiere will keep you busy, and give you all the Panettiere eye candy you can handle. So go ahead, spoil your appetite and gorge yourself on this hottie.
Now is the time of ‘80s cartoon remakes. It happened with Transformers and so it shall be with G.I. Joe. What this film lacks in substance it makes up for in explosions and cool gizmos. And now you can watch these explosions and gizmos to your heart’s content. There’s a two-disc DVD and Blu-ray available, both of which have some pretty cool extras. There’s The Making of G.I. Joe featurette, commentary by director Stephen Sommers and producer Bob Ducsay, the Next-Gen Action featurette and more. Time to get your Channing Tatum on.
Brought to you by the makers of Guitar Hero, Band Hero takes a decidedly more "Top 40" approach to rocking, with acts including Taylor Swift, No Doubt, Lily Allen, The All-American Rejects, and Jackson 5. Headlined by some of the biggest names in music as in-game artists and playable characters, Band Hero brings the rhythm game to the masses, where players of all ages will be able to experience the signature easy-to-learn but difficult-to-master Guitar Hero gameplay.
The peeps who brought us the action-RPG awesomeness that was Mass Effect now offer to you Dragon Age: Origins: a glorious tale of violence, lust, and betrayal. Dragon Age: Origins is a single player role-playing game set in an alternate middle age, and featuring three playable character classes, accessible in the form of three races. The game also features meaty character customization, a new game engine, party-based gameplay utilizing non-player characters and a built-in personal history system for each hero character rooted in a variety of possible origin stories. Here's your one-way ticket to sword-wielding brutality.
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For those who don’t know, Bleach was the debut LP by Nirvana originally released back on June 15, 1989. Bleach went virtually unnoticed when it was first released, but the enormous success of the Nevermind in 1991 motivated fans to scoop Nirvana's amazing debut. This 20th anniversary edition of the album is accompanied by a previously unreleased 1990 concert, recorded live in Portland, Oregon. Get this!
Invisible Girl is the fifth studio release from garage rockers The King Khan & BBQ Show. The album was recorded back in 2008 and is finally getting released now. Luckily for die-hard fans of all things Khan, Invisible Girl will not disappoint. The album is a solid return to the outfit’s doo-wop garage rock that earned them their indie popularity. This new LP showcases their effortless skills at summoning rock 'n' roll's classic elements and traditions.