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DVD and Blu-ray Releases: November 2nd - My Super Psycho Fallen Centurion Diaries

This week's DVD and Blu-ray offerings are no longer a cash-sucking onslaught like the last few weeks, which does make it easier for our wallets.

First up, Centurion, Neil Marshall's fun epic, is finally available for us to take home, and we can definitely recommend it with good conscience. Also, series and movies from TV and their dead-tree companions are out, and they are surprisingly decent in this batch. (Well, one re-release is surely capitalizing on the popularity of its actor, and we bet you can figure out which one that is.) Finally, don't forget the duo release of a couple of Roger Corman flicks!

Centurion

Directed by Neil Marshall

In Centurion (review), the Roman Empire stretches from Egypt to Spain, and East as far as the Black Sea. But in northern Britain, the relentless onslaught of conquest has ground to a halt in the face of the guerrilla
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Psych 9 Tests One's Sanity: A Bloody Movie Still and One-Sheet

Psych 9 is finished and shortly to be seen in the United Kingdom (February 5, 2010). The film stars Michael Biehn (Aliens), and Cary Elwes (The Riverman) in a horror film that takes place in an appropriate setting, an asylum. Psych 9 also follows "a young woman" who works in a "building after dark." And here is one prediction that things do not go smoothly for this hospital clerk! Have a look at the poster art for the film courtesy of Dreadcentral.com and a synopsis for the film below. A website, for more info' on this horror, can also be found past the break.

A synopsis for Psych 9 here:

"A young woman with a troubled past takes a job at a recently closed hospital to collate the hard copy patient records. Working alone in the building after dark, she experiences a series of unsettling events that lead her to believe
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The Riverman Available on DVD January 12th

The Riverman follows the real life events that led to the capture of the Green River Killer Gary Ridgway. The killer roamed the dark woods around the Pacific North-west and murdered dozens of young women in one of the longest and most deadly crimes sprees of the twentieth century. Over fourty-eight murders have currently been attributed to Ridgway. His capture was made possible with help from another serial killer - Ted Bundy and now these real life events will be available for horror fans January 12th through a DVD release. The Riverman stars Bruce Greenwood and Cary Elwes. Further details can be found below.

A short synopsis for The Riverman here:

"With ten unsolved murders weighing on his mind, Keppel (Bruce Greenwood) recruits imprisoned serial killer Ted Bundy (Cary Elwes) to help find the killer-at-large. Ted Bundy was essential in the capture of the Green River Killer (Ridgeway). Sentenced to
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DVD Art and Stills: The Riverman

Sometimes to fight evil, you must enlist evil. That's exactly what happened many years ago when serial killer Ted Bundy was enlisted to help capture the Green River Killer, and with the January 12th DVD release of The Riverman that tale is finally being told.

Based on real-life events recounted in the best-selling book The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer (co-written by Robert Keppel, former chief criminal investigator for the attorney general of Washington state), The Riverman recounts Keppel’s efforts to track down mass murderer Gary Ridgeway, aka the Green River Killer.

With ten unsolved murders weighing on his mind, Keppel (Bruce Greenwood, Star Trek, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Déjà Vu) recruits imprisoned serial killer Ted Bundy (Cary Elwes, The Princess Bride, Saw, The Alphabet Killer, and A Christmas Carol) to help find the killer-at-large.

Sentenced to life in prison without
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January Release for The Riverman

On January 12, The Riverman will make its DVD and Blu-Ray debut, introducing viewers to the unique hunt for the "Green River Killer." Based on real-life events recounted in the best-selling book, "The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer" (co-written by Robert Keppel, former chief criminal investigator for the attorney general of Washington state), The Riverman recounts Keppel's efforts to track down mass murderer Gary Ridgeway, aka the Green River Killer. With 10 unsolved murders weighing on his mind, Keppel (Bruce Greenwood) recruits imprisoned serial killer Ted Bundy (Cary Elwes) to help find the killer-at-large. Sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole in 2003, Ridgeway was convicted of 48 murders, but...
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