This Week In Home Entertainment: Django Unchained, Counting Cars And More
This week’s big release is Django Unchained, the witty, violence-filled adventure film set in pre-Civil War America that was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. There’s nothing I can say about that film in this short paragraph that wasn’t covered more eloquently in our full-length review, but, suffice to say, if you are planning on purchasing that film, now’s a good time, cost-wise. This holds especially true since the Django Unchained set offers a slew of bonus features, including segments on the stunts and horses, the production designs, the costumes, and even the soundtrack.
Elsewhere this week, there isn’t much to look forward to, unless you are a fan of History’s Counting Cars or low budget zombie and horror flicks, in which case, there is plenty to look forward to. Read on to learn about some of this week’s best releases, and maybe even a few that may have slipped under your radar.
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