It’s time for DVD/Blu-Ray Tuesday Roundup for March 16th, 2010! Some of the releases coming out today include: The Twilight Saga: New Moon, South Park Season 13, The Princess and The Frog, Astro Boy, Ninja Assassin and others! Each week I’ll list the latest DVD/Blu-Ray releases and point out the ones worth buying. I can’t review everything I get so this serves as a nice guide for what’s coming out each week. Plus, it’s just fun making fun of movies and TV shows!
Here are the DVD/Blu-Ray releases of the week:
OMG OMG OMG! Boyfriends around the world will be forced to watch this movie about a bunch of sparkling poofs.
It’s nice to see Disney going back to 2-D animation. I don’t really know much about this movie though.
The first season of South Park I’m not getting sent to me for review. Really disappointed about that. Guess Paramount doesn’t want another positive review from me? I’ll still go out and buy this though because I love South Park and their DVDs! This season has the episode where Cartman is singing Lady Gaga, which sounds better than Lady Gaga might I add!
No I didn’t, and I don’t care too!
Are movie titles becoming that hard to come up with? Ninja Assassin? Um allrighty.
This classic on Blu-Ray must be stunning!
MST3k is always a good time!
Never seen the show but why is he always in his underwear?
8 seasons of the same thing. How many OCD jokes can they squeeze out of this series? Thankfully this is the last season.
Wow this movie had come and gone into theaters. Did it even get into the theaters? Just goes to show you that not all CGI animated movies are winners.
Love this theme song. Did you know Jin from Lost is going to be on the remake? Sweet!
Sometimes Penélope Cruz is hot, sometimes she’s not. She’s weird like that.
This seems like it would be a fun movie to watch on the weekend. Anyone see this?
Josh Gates is a funny guy. Still haven’t seen an episode of this but I’m sure I will at some point.
Someone called the Suicide Girls shouldn’t be telling people how to live.
The documentary about Gogol Bordello and Eugene Hutz. I still haven’t gotten around to seeing this, anyone want to send it to me for review? wink wink nudge nudge.
John Krasinski makes his directorial debut! This looks funny too.
Instead of having to deal with annoying crowds, watch this instead!