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This Week On DVD and Blu-ray: November 10, 2009

10 November 2009 1:53 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

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Up I just reviewed the Blu-ray version of this release and may I just say it is worth every penny. Pixar films look phenomenal in high-definition and the word "flawless" is by no means a stretch. Along with my review I have also included a clip from the new animated short "Dug's Special Mission," so just click here for the video and full review details.

Oh, and if you want to buy it in store you can get a $10 off coupon right here. Monsters, Inc. Yup, it's Pixar week on Blu-ray as Monsters, Inc. joins Up as well as a gift pack version of Cars and this one too manages to impress greatly. There are a few new features, which I detailed in my review and I also included a sneak peek at the new roundtable feature in my review right here. »

- Brad Brevet

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Excl: Hardy's Wicker Follow-Up Renamed

6 July 2009 | | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

In a wise move, and to perhaps drum up familiarity with his 1973 classic The Wicker Man , writer-director Robin Hardy has opted to change the title of his latest effort from Cowboys for Christ to The Wicker Tree . If you recall, this production has had a few false starts, but as we reported last week ( here ) cameras are finally rolling in Scotland. A companion piece to The Wicker Man , The Wicker Tree stars Christopher Lee, Ed Speleers, Susie Amy, Henry Garrett, Keith Warwick and Morgan James. »

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Is Cowboys For Christ Underway?

5 July 2009 4:14 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Robin Hardy has been talking about Cowboys For Christ, a "spiritual sequel" to his 1973 pagan horror musical classic The Wicker Man, for years. He published the story as a novel in 2007, but hasn't directed a film since that mind-boggling 70s original. Until now.Funding fell through last year, but Shock Till You Drop are reporting that some shooting has now taken place in Texas, and is currently underway in Scotland. Christopher Lee is apparently on hand, along with Ed Speleers (Eragon) and Susie Amy (Lesbian Vampire Killers). Joan Collins was originally involved, but it's unclear whether or not she's still aboard.Plot-wise, we're very much back in Wicker Man territory, as two Texan Christians attempt to introduce God to a remote Scottish border town.  "There is a tradition among 10 or 15 little towns on the borders in Scotland," Hardy told The Guardian in 2007, "where once a year, usually around the summer solstice, »

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Hardy's Cowboys for Christ Rides On!

3 July 2009 | | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

It's been over a year since we've heard anything about Cowboys for Christ . Reports in early 2008 said director Robin Hardy's "companion piece" to his 1973 chiller The Wicker Man had lost its funding shortly before shooting was to begin in Scotland with Christopher Lee and Joan Collins leading the cast. Things are picking back up for Hardy. Sources tell us a bit of shooting has already taken place in Texas and Hardy is currently in production in Scotland! Now, according to the IMDb, the film still stars Lee, as Sir Lachlan Morrison, and includes Ed Speleers ( Eragon ), Susie Amy ( Lesbian Vampire Killers ), Henry Garrett, Keith Warwick and Morgan James. James and Speleers play Beth and Steve, respectively, Texas Christians on a mission to spread the word of the »

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