DVD releases for Tuesday August 26, 2008

Once again, there are only a handful of releases worthy of Qe endorsement this week, but the one's we do want, we really want. Like Sean Meredith's Dante's Inferno for instance, where "apocalyptic graphic novel artwork and eerie Victorian toy theater converge" to give birth to biting satire. Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro's long overdue Delicatessen: Special Edition is also out today as well. And how could we forget Anchor Bay's Phantasm IV: Oblivion disc? And what's this? A swanky new director's cut of Christophe Gans's The Brotherhood of the Wolf?! I haven't seen Botw in years, but after catching Silent Hill on Showcase a couple nights back (what a great flick) I'm interested in revisiting it for the lush visuals alone. You know the drill. Trailers and links after the break.

Dante's Inferno

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A darkly comedic travelogue of the underworld - set
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