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Flicks on DVD and Blu-ray – Indiana Jones, Ed Wood, Michael Myers, Judge Dredd

New video releases for September 18: ‘Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures,’ ‘Halloween II,’ ‘Halloween III: Season of the Witch,’ ‘Devil’s Advocate,’ ‘Ed Wood,’ ‘Judge Dredd,’ ‘Black Sunday,’ ‘Queen of the Damned,’ ‘War of the Roses,’ ‘The Game,’ and more.

Flicks on DVD and Blu-ray – Cabin in the Woods, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Katy Perry in 3D

New on video September 18: ‘The Cabin In The Woods,’ ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,’ ‘Katy Perry The Movie: Part of Me,’ ‘The Magic of Belle Isle,’ ‘Hysteria,’ ‘Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3,’ ‘Bait 3D,’ ‘Chico & Rita,’ ‘The Do-Deca-Pentathlon,’ and more.

Flicks on DVD and Blu-ray – Snow White and the Huntsman, What To Expect When You’re Expecting

Video releases for September 11 – ‘Snow White and the Huntsman,’ ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting,’ ‘For Greater Glory.’ ‘Jeepers Creepers,’ ‘Killer Klowns From Outer Space,’ ‘Ghosts of the Abyss 3D.’ ‘Where Do We Go Now?’, ‘We Have a Pope,’ ‘Lola Versus,’ ‘The Chapman Report’

The Words – Pretentious, but partially decent

‘The Words’ tries to get clever with an extended metaphor about fiction versus life and doesn’t really get there.

The Words: Post-screening Q&A

Writers/Directors Lee Sternthal and Brian Klugman of ‘The Words’ hold a question and answer session, alongside star Bradley Cooper, with the Philadelphia audience after the film’s screening.

The Words – Interview with Bradley Cooper, Brian Klugman, Lee Sternthal [Audio]

CliqueClack sits down with Philadelphia homeboys, Bradley Cooper, Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal in a pressroom interview to discuss the creative process for acting/writing/directing ‘The Words.’

Lisztomania – No one did excess like Ken Russell

Did you know classical composer Franz Liszt was the world’s first rock star? Or that Richard Wagner was a vampire Nazi? Check out Ken Russell’s demented cult classic ‘Lisztomania’ and you’ll find that classical music isn’t as stuffy and proper as you believed.