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Thursday, January 29, 2004


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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
FEBRUARY 10 head to a store near you and pick up Season Three of Angel on DVD, the set contains:

Disc One:
Heartthrob (9/24/01)
That Vision Thing (10/1/01)
That Old Gang Of Mine (10/8/01)
Carpe Noctem (10/15/01)

Disc Two:
Fredless (10/22/01)
Billy (10/29/01)
Offspring (11/5/01)
Quickening (11/12/01)

Additional Bonus Feature:
Commentary for “Billy” by Tim Minear and Jeffrey Bell

Disc Three:
Lullaby (11/19/01)
Dad (12/10/01)
Birthday (1/14/02)

Additional Bonus Features:
Commentary for “Lullaby” by Tim Minear and Mere Smith
Deleted scenes from “Birthday” with commentary by Tim Minear and Mere Smith
Featurette: “Darla: Deliver Us From Evil”
Angel Series Outtakes

Disc Four:
Provider (1/21/02)
Waiting In The Wings (2/4/02)
Couplet (2/18/02)
Loyalty (2/25/02)

Additional Bonus Features:
Commentary for “Waiting In The Wings” by Joss Whedon
Deleted scenes from “Waiting In The Wings” with commentary by Joss Whedon

Disc Five:
Sleep Tight (3/4/02)
Forgiving (4/15/02)
Double Or Nothing (4/22/02)
The Price (4/29/02)

Disc Six:
A New World (5/6/02)
Benediction (5/13/02)
Tomorrow (5/20/02)

Additional Bonus Features:
Featurettes: “Season 3 Overview” and “Page To Screen”
Screen Tests: Amy Acker and Vincent Kartheiser
Still Gallery

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Friday, January 09, 2004
Academy Award Winner Holly Hunter And Evan Rachel Wood
Showcase Golden Globe Nominated Performances In The Acclaimed


Winner Of The Sundance Director's Award, Fox Home Entertainment Brings
The Must-See Release To VHS And DVD January 27, 2004

From good girl to "cool" girl at the age of 13…as told by the teen herself.

Fox Home Entertainment releases the dramatic portrayal of a girl on the edge of adolescence, THIRTEEN, on VHS (for rent) and DVD (for sale or rent) on January 27, 2004. Hailed as a "terrific film" (Ebert & Roeper), THIRTEEN recently garnered Golden Globe nominations for powerful performances from Evan Rachael Wood (Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture: Drama) and Holly Hunter (Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role: Motion Picture).

The Academy Award-winning Hunter (The Piano) with Wood (TV's "Once and Again"), star alongside newcomer Nikki Reed, who also co-wrote the very personal picture that explores what happens when teens are led down the path of sex, drugs and crime at such an impressionable age.

A film festival favorite, THIRTEEN garnered a Director's Award and Grand Jury Prize nomination at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Priced at $27.98 ($43.98 Canada), the THIRTEEN DVD contains director and writer commentary, deleted scenes, a "making of" featurette, Easter eggs, both widescreen and pan and scan versions of the film on the two-sided disc and much more.

* Jeffrey Lyons, NBC
Presented in English 5.1, French Dolby and Spanish Dolby Surround with English and Spanish subtitles, the THIRTEEN DVD offers an abundance of bonus features, including director, co-writer and actress commentary by Nikki Reed, commentary by Director/Co-writer Catherine Hardwicke, actor commentary by Even Rachael Wood and Brady Corbet, deleted scenes with optional commentary, outtakes, "making of" featurette, theatrical trailer, two Easter eggs and widescreen (1:85:1) and pan and scan (1.33:1) on the two-sided disc.

"Brace yourself" (Rolling Stone) for a raw, revealing insight into urban adolescence that's so intense and realistic, "it's impossible to turn away (Interview Magazine)." Anxiously trying to fit into the peer-pressure cooker environment of junior high, thirteen-year-old Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood) goes to shocking lengths in order to befriend Evie (co-writer), the most popular girl in school. Now, the two are inseparable - an incorrigible - leaving Tracy's desperate mom (Holly Hunter) powerless to rescue her from a whirlwind of drugs, sex and crime.

Wednesday, January 07, 2004
Heath Ledger Fans -- seen the Order??? It's out on DVD!

And here's a chance to grab an AOL IM Buddy Icon for the Order!

Saturday, January 03, 2004

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