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The Bride Wore Black This week the DVD Savant has a number of new reviews and articles including: The Bride Wore Black -Fran├žois Truffaut's 'Hitchcock' picture really goes in its own direction to tell a stylized tale of cold revenge; World for Ransom - Robert Aldrich's first independent feature is a real mess cobbled out of the availability of the crew, star and studio set of a low-budg TV show, given a terrific premise (and title) but with real problems in the script and production department; and Breaking Away - Peter Yates's story of working-class high school graduates in a university town is a crowd-pleaser that plays even better now than it did in 1979. Read all this and more in this week's DVD Savant.

Fury This week several great movies are coming out, including a few that shouldn't be missed: Fury [review] -the most intense high-quality WW2 combat film in fifteen years... battle-scarred tank commander Brad Pitt leads his tough crew through three horrendous combat actions in one day; Art and Craft [review] - this interesting documentary tells the story of Mark Landis, a diagnosed schizophrenic who creates convincing counterfeit artwork and, posing as any number of fictional identities (including a Jesuit priest), donates said pieces to nationally recognized art galleries; and Open Windows [review] - Nacho Vigalondo's film takes the modern age's infatuation with celebrity and our current tendency to essentially want to live online and uses that to pull us into an interesting and suspenseful story . Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

My Left Foot Check out the latest reviews that have been entered into the DVD Talk Review Database including: My Left Foot - this film is outstanding... Daniel Day-Lewis won his first Academy Award for his portrayal of real-life artist and writer Christy Brown who suffered from severe cerebral palsy; The Russians Are Coming The Russians Are Coming - a vastly underrated movie that's never truly received credit for all that it is; and The Zero Theorem - Terry Gilliam's film is the work of a veteran artist who blends wondrous visuals with outstanding performances to create a memorable movie. Other recent reviews include: Genesis: Three Sides Live, The Bride Wore Black, and Kill the Messenger.  Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Young Justice: Season 1 Interested in the latest TV on DVD reviews? DVD Talk has you covered! This week's notable entries include: Young Justice: Season 1 - The show is chock full of excellently developed characters, terrific animation, fluid action sequences and the series has a wonderful story that is built up extremely well throughout the 26 episodes; Getting On: The Complete First Season - a good show with a strong atmosphere and a great cast, and there's a sense that the writers are really hitting their stride just as the first season draws to a close; and Girls: The Complete Third Season - a program that is consistently funny, smart, awkward, touching, relatable, frustrating, and, above all, entertaining. Other shows recently reviewed include:  ThunderCats: The Complete Series, Fairy Tail: Part 14, and Mind Games: The Complete First Season.  Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.

52 Pick-Up This week the DVD Savant has a number of new reviews and articles including: 52 Pick-Up - Powerhouse director John Frankenheimer takes on Elmore Leonard's dark, dark tale of a philandering businessman (Roy Scheider) blackmailed by sleazy crooks from the porn industry; The Night Porter - It sounds like 'Nazista' trash -- an ex-concentration camp victim re-ignites an insane sadomasochistic relationship with her former captor, a sadistic SS officer -- but it's actually a reasoned examination of the sexual politics of Fascism done with class and taste; and Bloody Sunday - Before his Hollywood success writer-director Paul Greenglass took the big prize at Sundance with this convincing, compelling docudrama recreation of the 1972 Bloody Sunday Massacre in Derry, Northern Ireland. Read all this and more in this week's DVD Savant.

Heaven & Earth Some cool discs have been reviewed over the past week. Check out these recent entries: Heaven & Earth - a powerful film with an important message about the ways in which the war in Vietnam affected those it touched... one of the most effective films in director Oliver Stone's filmograph; Dark Mountain - even if it's not breaking new ground, this film is a lot of fun... it's sneaky and creepy and cool; and The Black Scorpion - a mid-grade sci-fi thriller, this movie was previously and incorrectly released 4:3 standard format but now, at last, it has been in 16:9 enhanced widescreen preserving its original aspect ratio. Other recent reviews include: My Little Pony: The Movie, Dinosaur 13, and The Man with Two Brains.  Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Anime Talk It has been awhile since DVD Talk's column focusing on animation from Japan has made an appearance, but this weeks sees a new installment of Anime Talk! As always it features the latest in anime news and reviews along with our picks for the best anime releases of 2014. There's also a section devoted to a sneek preview of some of the most exciting series coming your way in 2015 along with highlights of some of the best anime that our DVD Talk review team has recently covered (including Cowboy Bebop and more work by maestro Hayao Miyazaki). Check out all this and more in the latest issue of Anime Talk.


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