Hi Bryan Here…

Third week of November already, which means next week will be the big Thanksgiving sale week and I expect tons of stuff to go on sale.  Wow time is flying by.  A few good releases this week, so let us get down to business.  As usual, in this article, you will get some info about the disc and the extras that come with the movie as well as a personal opinion about the movie and a link to purchase the film over at AMAZON where you can save quite a bit of money, and it will give a small percentage kick back to this site so we can continue bringing you excellent stories and sales.

Enjoy and Here We Go!!


So here again…is another release of the biggest selling film of all time.  Avatar.  The last release, if you bought it like me, was only the movie and a main menu.  That was it.  A complete bare bones release.  This time around, is a fairly extensive collection of features, but not all of it I imagine. Because, in just a few short months, they will be releasing this film yet again on 3-D bluray.  And I bet after that, there will be the 3-D special edition.  But all the deleted scenes on this disc are super cool and worth the purchase.  I do recommend this release, strictly for the cool features, but I do suspect this wont be the last one with features on it.


  • Capturing Avatar
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Production Materials
  • Pandora’s Box
  • Interactive Scene Deconstruction
  • Production Shorts (17 production related featurettes)
  • Avatar Archives (including original scriptment, 300 page screenplay and the extensive Pandorapedia)


    This is a music and documentary combined giant set on The Boss.  It is spectacular.

    You will get:

    CD 1: Remastered Darkness on the Edge of Town

    Adam Raised a Cain
    Something in the Night
    Candy’s Room
    Racing in the Street
    The Promised Land
    Streets of Fire
    Prove It All Night
    Darkness on the Edge of Town

    CD 2: The Promise (Disc 1)

    Racing in the Street (’78)
    Gotta Get That Feeling
    Outside Looking In
    Someday (We’ll Be Together)
    One Way Street
    Because the Night
    Wrong Side of the Street
    The Brokenhearted
    Candy’s Boy

    CD 3: The Promise (Disc 2)

    Save My Love
    Ain’t Good Enough for You
    Spanish Eyes
    It’s a Shame
    Come On (Let’s Go Tonight)
    Talk to Me
    The Little Things (My Baby Does)
    The Promise
    City Of Night

    Blu-ray 1: The Promise: The Making of ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’

    Blu-ray 2:

    Darkness on the Edge of Town (Paramount Theater, Asbury Park, NJ, 2009)

    Adam Raised a Cain
    Something in the Night
    Candy’s Room
    Racing in the Street
    The Promised Land
    Streets of Fire
    Prove It All Night
    Darkness on the Edge of Town

    Thrill Hill Vault (1976-1978)

    Save My Love (Holmdel, NJ 76)
    Candy’s Boy (Holmdel, NJ 76)
    Something in the Night (Red Bank, NJ 76)
    Don’t Look Back (NYC 78)
    Ain’t Good Enough For You (NYC 78)
    The Promise (NYC 78)
    Candy’s Room Demo (NYC 78)
    Badlands (Phoenix 78)
    The Promised Land (Phoenix 78)
    Prove It All Night (Phoenix 78)
    Born to Run (Phoenix 78)
    Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (Phoenix 78)

    Blu-ray 3: Houston ’78 Bootleg: House Cut

    Streets of Fire
    It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City
    Darkness on the Edge of Town
    Spirit in the Night
    Independence Day
    The Promised Land
    Prove It All Night
    Racing in the Street
    Thunder Road
    The Ties That Bind
    Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
    The Fever
    Candy’s Room
    Because the Night
    Point Blank
    She’s the One
    Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
    Born to Run
    Detroit Medley
    Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
    You Can’t Sit Down
    Quarter to Three


    80-Page Notebook with facsimiles from Springsteen’s original notes from the recording sessions, featuring alternate lyrics, song ideas, recording details, personal notes, never-before-seen photographs, and a new essay by Springsteen


    Finally, this is coming out individually.  Before today, you could only get this bluray in the trilogy set.  And I have no desire to own part 3.  But this film  was so good.  Sam Raimi did a hell of a job bringing Spidey to the big screen.  It is a true pleasure to watch this gorgeous film again in high def.


    Same as the features on the previously released trilogy set.


    Just like above this finally came out individually for me to drool over.  I think this sequel was just as good if not better than the 1st film.  Loved every minute of it.  Again, so happy to have this in high def.


    Same as the features on the previously released trilogy set.


    The best series of all time on its second season.  I just love this show.  No show has come close to bringing us so many unique and captivating stories.

    You get:

    1) King Nine Will Not Return – A World War II captain wakes up in the desert, next to his crashed plane.

    2) Man in the Bottle – A shop owner finds an old bottle which contains a genie which grants him 4 wishes.

    3) Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room – A smalltime hood is ordered to commit a murder and when he looks into a mirror he sees himself with courage.

    4) A Thing About Machines – A writer believes the machines in his home are against him.

    5) The Howling Man – A man finds refuge in a monastery during a storm and finds an unusual prisoner.

    6) The Eye of the Beholder – A woman goes through treatments to make herself normal so she can fit into society.

    7) Nick of Time – A newlywed becomes obsessed by a fortune-telling machine when they are stranded with car trouble.

    8) The Lateness of the Hour – A scientist creates robot servants and his daughter feels a little unusual.

    9) The Trouble with Templeton – Templeton is an aging actor who longs for the old days when his wife was alive.

    10) A Most Unusual Camera – A couple have stolen a camera that takes pictures of events just a few minutes into the future.

    11) Night of the Meek – A drunkard Santa Claus discovers a bottomless sack of toys.

    12) Dust – A peddler tries to sell a condemned man’s father a bag of “magic dust”.

    13) Back There – A man goes back in time and realizes, he can’t change the future by changing the past.

    14) The Whole Truth – A “Model A” automobile compels its owner to tell only the truth.

    15) The Invaders – An old woman in an old farmhouse encounters tiny aliens in her attic.

    16) A Penny for Your Thoughts – A bank employee flips a coin and when it stands on its end, he is given the ability to read minds.

    17) Twenty-Two – Miss Powell has a recurring nightmare (“room for one more”) about room 22.

    18) The Odyssey of Flight 33 – A commercial aircraft and its passengers travel back to prehistoric times.

    19) Mr. Dingle, the Strong – Martians give Luther Dingle the strength of 300 men.

    20) Static – Ed Lindsay hates television, so he gets his old radio out of the basement and it can receive programs from the past.

    21) The Prime Mover – A man has the ability to control objects with his mind.

    22) Long Distance Call – A boy finds he can communicate with his dead grandmother through his toy phone.

    23) A Hundred Yards over the Rim – A man in the year 1847 moving west sets out to find medicine for his dying son and winds up in the future.

    24) The Rip Van Winkle Caper – Three thieves put themselves into suspended animation for 100 years after stealing a million dollars worth of gold bars.

    25) The Silence – A man is offered half a million dollars to remain silent for one year. The bet is taken and won but with a twist at the end.

    26) Shadow Play – A man is trapped in a recurring nightmare where he tries to persuade those who are sentencing him to death that this is not reality.

    27) The Mind and the Matter – After reading a book on the “power of thought” a man is able create the world exactly as he wants it.

    28) Will the Real Martian lease Stand Up? – State Troopers follow the tracks from a frozen pond to a diner where they find a bus driver and his seven passengers but there were only six on the bus.

    29) The Obsolete Man – In a state where religion and books are ban, a librarian is judged obsolete and sentenced to death.


  • 25 New Audio Commentaries, featuring The Twilight Zone Companion author Marc Scott Zicree, author/film historian Gary Gerani, author/music historian Steven C. Smith, author/film & TV historian, Martin Grams Jr., writer/music historian Jon Burlingame, writer Len Wein, writer/producer Joseph Dougherty, writer/producer Matthew Weiner, writer/director Michael Nankin, writer Marv Wolfman, authors/historians Scott Skelton and Jim Benson and writer George Clayton Johnson.
  • Interviews with actors Joseph Ruskin and H. M. Wynant
  • Suspense episode “Nightmare at Ground Zero” written by Rod Serling
  • Vintage Audio Interview with director of photography George T. Clemens
  • Vintage Audio Interview with makeup artist William Tuttle
  • 15 Radio Dramas featuring Daniel J. Travanti, Jim Caviezel, Jason Alexander, Ed Begley Jr., Fred Willard, Jane Seymour, Michael York, Chris McDonald, Henry Rollins, Stan Freberg and others!
  • Audio Commentaries by actors Donna Douglas, Don Rickles, William Idelson, Bill Mumy, Cliff Robertson, Dennis Weaver and Shelley Berman
  • Vintage Audio Recollections with Buzz Kulik, Douglas Heyes, Maxine Stuart, George Clayton Johnson and Robert Serling
  • 22 Isolated Music Scores featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Fred Steiner and others!
  • Sponsor Billboards, – Rod Serling Promos for “Next Week’s” Show, and much more!

  • That’s it for this week.  Stay tuned for next week’s column.

    By Bryan Kluger

    Former husky model, real-life Comic Book Guy, genre-bending screenwriter, nude filmmaker, hairy podcaster, pro-wrestling idiot-savant, who has a penchant for solving Rubik's Cubes and rolling candy cigarettes on unreleased bootlegs of Frank Zappa records.

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