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Alcatraz: The Complete Series Blu-ray and DVD Arrive October 16th

Alcatraz: The Complete Series Blu-ray and DVD Arrive October 16th
Alcatraz closed decades ago, but trouble still seems to resurface around the penitentiary for San Francisco Detective Madsen, Alcatraz expert "Doc" Soto and the mysterious agent Emerson Hauser. In Alcatraz: The Complete Series, Warner Home Video brings fans all of the action and suspense from the series that attracted more than 6.7 million viewers per episode and a Critics' Choice Television Award nomination for "Most Exciting New Series." Featuring brand-new extras including a behind-the-scenes featurette, unaired scenes, a gag reel and all 13 episodes of the thrilling series, Alcatraz: The Complete Series will be available for the first time on DVD and Blu-ray October 16, 2012 for $39.98/$49.99 Srp.

Alcatraz: The Complete Series chronicles the mystery of the "63s" -- the forgotten prisoners - who mysteriously disappeared from Alcatraz Island Federal Penitentiary in 1963. Now, unexplainably, these criminals are returning to the streets of San Francisco to repeat their grisly crimes - not
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Sean Bean 'wants to film more Sharpe'

Sean Bean 'wants to film more Sharpe'
Sean Bean has revealed that he would like to film more episodes of Sharpe in the future. The ITV drama, based on novels by Bernard Cornwell, stars Bean as a British soldier fighting in the Napoleonic wars. The last instalment, Sharpe's Peril, was aired in 2008. Bean has now told Zap2It that he would like to return to the character in the future. "I'd like to think [there will be more]," he said. "But we have been through so many wars in that series, and perhaps the Battle of Waterloo was the last major battle in that time... But we (more)
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This Week on DVD: Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Party Down, The Lord of the Rings

It's a pretty slow DVD release day with very little in the way of new movies out this week, but clearly the biggest title on store shelves is the long-awaited Blu-ray release of The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Will people buy this version or wait for the eventual Extended Editions? Other choice picks include Werner Herzog's must-see crime flick Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans starring Nicolas Cage, the first season of the Starz comedy series Party Down, and The Yes Men Fix the World documentary. Do you see anything else worth renting or buying this week? Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans [1] (+ Blu-ray [2]) The Collector [3] (+ Blu-ray [4]) Dolan's Cadillac [5] (+ Blu-ray [6]) Harlem Aria [7] Jade Warrior [8] National Lampoon's Ratko, The Dictator's Son [9] The Weathered Underground [10] The Yes Men Fix the World [11] Dirt! The Movie [12] The Icons of Suspense Collection: Hammer Films [13] Party Down: Season 1 [14] Ally McBeal:
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