DVDs Released February 18, 2014

Hellbenders

Dan Fogler, Clifton Collins, Clancy Brown

There are demons so terrible that no mortal man of God could successfully drive them back to Hell. The only option is for the exorcist himself to invi… more

There are demons so terrible that no mortal man of God could successfully drive them back to Hell. The only option is for the exorcist himself to invite possession and then commit suicide, dragging along the demon to damnation – so the Augustine Interfaith Order of Hellbound Saints – or Hellbenders – was formed. A group of elite, highly-trained exorcists, they live in a constant state of debauchery so they will be ready to go to Hell at any moment. When an infernal Norse demon called BLACK SURTR escapes into New York City intent on cracking open the gates of Hell, the Hellbenders must use every ounce of their debauchery to battle the demon and save the planet from eternal damnation!

3D

85 mins

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3 / 5

Fists of Legend

On a television show billed as “the greatest fight show on Earth,” eager amateurs with lots to prove boldly step into the ring and expect to leave blo… more

On a television show billed as “the greatest fight show on Earth,” eager amateurs with lots to prove boldly step into the ring and expect to leave bloody but victorious. The ratings-hungry producers seek out “legendary” but largely forgotten streetfighters and mine their desperation for recaptured glory and redemption into ratings gold. Fists of Legend features three old friends and rivals from high school days who get their invitation to the big fight for the chance to win $200,000 and much more.

Action

153 mins

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4 / 5

On The Job

Inspired by a real-life corruption scandal involving the temporary release of inmates so they could work as contract killers for crooked politicians.

Crime

120 mins

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4 / 5

The Pervert's Guide to Ideology

Slavoj Zizek

With infectious zeal and a voracious appetite for popular culture, Slavoj Zizek literally goes inside some truly epochal movies, all the better to e… more

With infectious zeal and a voracious appetite for popular culture, Slavoj Zizek literally goes inside some truly epochal movies, all the better to explore and expose how they reinforce prevailing ideologies. As the ideology that undergirds our cinematic fantasies is revealed, striking associations emerge: What hidden Catholic teachings lurk at the heart of The Sound of Music? What are the fascist political dimensions of Jaws? Taxi Driver, Zabriskie Point, The Searchers, The Dark Knight, John Carpenter’s They Live, and propaganda epics from Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia.

Documentary

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2 / 5