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• YouTube fanmade teaser trailer for Venom with Tom Hardy. Love the use of the Cure lyrics

• My New Plaid Pants a special edition of 'do dump or marry' with Hitchcock classic Rear Window on its 63rd birthday

• Gothamist exciting news for library card holders in La and NYC -- your public library card actually grants you access to Tons of Criterion Collection streaming titles. Here's how to access them

• Oh My Disney some of the Disney Princess movies are coming back to movie theaters in September and October. Yasqueen... I mean, Yasprincesses. I'm most excited to see Mulan onscreen again because I barely remember it. Seems way too early to revive Moana though.

• EW celebrates the return of Will & Grace with a photoshoot

• Observations on Film Art wonderful piece on Dunkirk's emotional core (or whether it has one), color palette, and more

• Remezcla is the new Chilean film Hazlo
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Blu-ray, DVD Release: I Married a Witch

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Oct. 8, 2013

Price: DVD $19.95, Blu-ray $29.95

Studio: Criterion

Veronica Lake and Fredric March get supernatural in I Married a Witch.

Veronica Lake (Sullivan’s Travels) casts a seductive spell as a charmingly vengeful sorceress in the 1942 supernatural screwball comedy I Married a Witch.

In the classic movie, many centuries after cursing the male descendants of the Salem puritan who sent her to the stake, Jennifer (Lake), the blonde bombshell with the broomstick, finds herself drawn to one of them—a prospective governor (Fredric March, Design for Living) about to marry a spoiled socialite (Susan Hayward, Where Love Has Gone).

One of the more popular movies the innovative French director René Clair (Le million) made in Hollywood, I Married a Witch is a comic film confection bursting with playful special effects and sparkling witticisms.

The Criterion DVD and Blu-ray feature the following:

• New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural
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DVD Blu-Ray, February 28: 'Hugo,' 'Johnny English Reborn'

Moviefone's Pick of the Week "Hugo" What's It About? Martin Scorsese tries his hand at family films with this adaptation of the award-winning children's book. Hugo Cabret is an orphaned boy who lives out of a train station in 1930s Paris; by day he works as the station's clocksmith, by night he tries to solve the mystery that connects his departed father to a broken toy robot. Soon he is swept up in an adventure involving a mean old shopkeeper (Ben Kingsley) and lost pieces of film history. See It Because: It's a gorgeous, heart-warming, one-of-a-kind movie. Every detail -- from the snow-covered skyline of Paris to the recreation of landmark moments in silent film -- pop with excitement and beauty. We struggle to find the words that can describe this movie appropriately; Scorsese's technical craftsmanship and passion for film history are a surprising perfect fit for this sweet, whimsical
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Blu-ray Release: The Mountain

Blu-ray Release Date: Feb. 28, 2012

Price: Blu-ray $29.95

Studio: Olive Films

Spencer Tracy does a bit of cliffhanging in The Mountain.

Spencer Tracy (Adam’s Rib) and Robert Wagner (TV’s It Takes a Thief) star in the 1956 action-adventure film The Mountain, directed by Edward Dmytryk (Where Love Has Gone).

Tracy plays retired mountain climber and guide Zachary Wheeler, who reluctantly helps his younger brother Chris (Wagner) scale a treacherous mountain slope to reach the site of a recent plane crush. Zach isn’t all that into it — Chris wants reach the plane so he can loot it — but he’s willing to put his feelings aside to help his inexperienced bro.

After reaching the crash site, the men discover a lone survivor (Anna Kashfi), a lady who Zach really digs. Unfortunately, that puts a bit of a dent into Chris’ plans to abandon her and make off with the goods.

Olive Films
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