Top Shelf Tuesday - Febuary 16
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 dismiss the junk and give you the funkiest of the funk.
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Aliens vs Predator! In the realm of alien grudge matches, the rivalry between the high-tech hunting style of the Predator and the primal savagery of the creatures of the Aliens movies is quite possibly the greatest of them all. The latest entry in the long-running franchise features all new HD-era graphics, three separate single player campaigns, and endless hours of multiplayer mayhem. Get in the action this Tuesday!
If you wish that there was a movie out there that returned to the old '70s blaxploitation flicks, then wish no more. Black Dynamite does just that. It’s got action, sex, and more comedy than you can judo-chop at. The bonus features include deleted scenes, a behind-the-scenes featurette, a video from Comic-Con and more.
Law Abiding Citizen has done well as an action/thriller, and you know it’s going to be good when you’ve got Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx in the same movie. The extra features aren’t too bad either. You’ll get audio commentary with the producers, the Blu-ray includes the director’s cut of the film, and several featurettes, including: Law in Black in White, Visual Effects of Law Abiding Citizen, The Verdict, and more.
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American VI: Ain't No Grave is a posthumous album by Johnny Cash set to be released just three days before what would have been Cash's 78th birthday. The music on the album comes from the same sessions as American V: A Hundred Highways and is the sixth and final installment of the series. Produced once again by Rick Rubin, American VI: Ain't No Grave gives fans a personal look at Cash as he looks back on his unbelievable life/career in ways like never before. This a must-have.
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