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Blu-ray Release: Weeds Complete Collection

23 August 2013 1:11 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Blu-ray Release Date: Nov. 5, 2013

Price: Blu-ray $119.97

Studio: Showtime/Lionsgate

All eight seasons of Showtime’s much loved TV series are together in Weeds: The Complete Collection.

Created by Jenji Kohan (episodic Orange is the New Black), the comedy show stars Mary-Louise Parker (Red) as housewife turned pot dealer Nancy Botwin.

Over the course of the series, Nancy learns the business, protects her children (It’s Complicated‘s Hunter Parrish and How to Eat Fried WormsAlexander Gould), deals with nosy neighbors (Must Love DogsElizabeth Perkins and Aliens in the Attic‘s Kevin Nealon) and a demanding brother-in-law (Justin Kirk, Vamps), almost marries a DEA agent and runs from the drug cartel and the FBI.

The Golden Globe-winning show (for star Parker’s Best Performance in 2009) is rated Ma for mature and garnered lots of fans, especially in its early years.

The Weeds: The Complete Collection Blu-ray box »

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Review: Willow

27 March 2013 10:04 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Sometimes you are born for a life of adventure and sometimes adventure recruits you into its cause. For George Lucas, the latter approach is preferable as witnessed in Luke Skywalker in Star Wars and Willow Ufgood in Willow. While Skywalker unknowingly had it in his blood, Willow was far more the ordinary person thrust into an extraordinary cause.

Lucas conceived of Willow’s tale back in 1972 and kept it rattling around his mind until technology was sophisticated enough to tackle it on film. Casting Warwick Davis as Wicket in Return of the Jedi probably began the move from backburner to the front of the production slate even though it was another five years before the film began production. By then, Lucas was no longer interested in directing, instead choosing Ron Howard to mount his first major fantasy. By then, Howard, who was a directing contemporary of Lucas although they traveled in different circles, »

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