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Lionsgate announced today that the indie thriller Black Rock is on its way to DVD and Blu-ray, and we've got all the details you need to decide if this is one girl's night out you want to crash! Read on for details.
From the Press Release
A girls-only weekend getaway to a remote island from their childhood turns into a fight for survival in the heart-racing thriller Black Rock, arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital UltraViolet), DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet) and Digital Download July 30 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Directed by and starring Katie Aselton (TV's "The League," The Puffy Chair), the indie thriller also stars Lake Bell (No Strings Attached, It's Complicated, What Happens in Vegas) and Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns, Straw Dogs, Blue Crush).
Three childhood friends, Sarah (Bosworth), Abby (Aselton) and Lou (Bell), get together for a private camp-out at an iconic setting from their childhood, an empty »
- Uncle Creepy
"Spock, I do not know too much about these little Tribbles yet, but there is one thing that I have discovered. I like them … better than I like you." –Dr. McCoy, "Star Trek" (1967)
Greetings from the apocalypse! The trouble with Tribbles is not how cute they are but how much they multiply, or in the case of "Star Trek Into Darkness," the silly plot point for which they cameo. That's the only thing I'll spoil from that movie (besides that it stinks), but luckily there's some sweet alternatives this week that boldly go where no J.J. Abrams movie has gone before … coherence.
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Oh boy. "Star Trek Into Dumbness" finally fulfills J.J. Abrams' five-year mission to run this franchise through a Cuisinart of stupidity. I would need a spoiler avalanche to make a proper case for how this sequel squanders classic characters and scenarios from »
- Max Evry
With the release of 42 starring Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson, we look back on the best films that told the true stories of athletes that challenged the system. Many greats have overcame adversity to become the legends they are today. Check out who made the list and let us know who we forgot.
10. Invincible (2006)
Mark Wahlberg’s first entry on this list is as Vince Papale, a longtime Eagles fan who makes a go at open tryouts. The 30-year-old player is tested as he attempts to gain the acceptance of the team and the city’s devout fans.
9. Soul Surfer (2011)
The sole female sports biopic on the list is about surfer Bethany Hamilton who lost her arm in a shark attack. Despite her loss, she refuses to give up surfing. The film starring AnnaSophia Robb was the more, serious and at times cheesier version of Blue Crush. »
- Stacy Lambe
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