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January 14, 2013

This Week's Interesting DVD Releases - January 15, 2013

The Man Who Knew Too Much

The Criterion Collection releases expanded editions of Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much and Volker Schlondorff's The Tin Drum.

Woody Allen's latest film To Rome With Love and author Stephen Elliott's directorial debut About Cherry are both in stores and on rental shelves this week.

Detropia is a documentary that contrasts Detroit's past glory with its present, and Battle for Brooklyn follows a community activist fighting the construction of a basketball arena in the New York City borough.

The fourth season of the BBC Arthurian series Merlin is the television highlight.

What new releases are you picking up or adding to your streaming queue this week?


This week's interesting DVD releases:

17 Girls
30 Nights of Paranormal Activity With the Devil
5 Broken Cameras
About Cherry
Al Green - Lets Stay Together: The Broadcast Archives
Battle for Brooklyn
Being Human: Season 4
Branded
Cannon Season 3 (1973-1974)
The Carpenters - Live Rarities
China Heavyweight
Cupid
Detropia
Ghost Hunters Academy
How to Fall in Love
I Am Bruce Lee
Jackson Five: The Completed Animated Series
Joan Rivers: Don't Start With Me
King: A Filmed Record... From Montgomery to Memphis
Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1997
Life's Too Short
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Criterion Collection)
Men of a Certain Age: Season Two
Merlin: The Complete Fourth Season
One Direction - The Invasion
The Other Dream Team
Perry Mason: The Eighth Season, Vol. 2
Persona 4: Collection 2
The Possession
The Potential Inside
Reel Evil
Runaway Slave
To Rome With Love
SpongeBob SquarePants: Extreme Kah-Rah-Tay
Taken 2
Tarology
The Tin Drum (Criterion Collection)
Troubadour Blues
Twenty Twelve: The Complete Series
Wake in Fright
Waking the Dead: Complete Season Seven
Won't Back Down


also at Largehearted Boy:

previous weekly music & DVD release lists
Soundtracked (directors and composers discuss their film's soundtrack)


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