Welcome to July, everyone! With all of these releases being due out the day after the 4th of July, there is a good chance that a lot of you will still be stuffed from your weekend barbecues and in no mood to actually be productive members of society. Perhaps you stayed up late watching/playing with all of the fireworks that the fine state of Pennsylvania has to offer. If that sounds like you, why not consider the following options on DVD?

  • Hobo With A Shotgun – The title says it all. If you want to see Rutger Hauer as a homeless man with a firearm in an ultra-violent grindhouse-inspired B-movie, this has your name written all over it.
  • 13 Assassins – A samurai epic from the producer of ‘Departures,’ the 2009 winner of the Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award. This centers on a group of samurai who are hired to take down an evil lord in Feudal Japan.
  • Of Gods and Men – A French film that centers on the true story of monks who are kidnapped and killed during the Algerian Civil War.
  • Bloodrayne: The Third Reich – Uwe Boll is at it again. He directs the third installment in the ‘Bloodrayne’ series. This time, Rayne is killing vampire Nazis and trying to stop a plot that would grant Hitler immortality. Obviously the series is going to focus on vampires and it’s usually a safe bet that audiences won’t mind if you kill hundred Nazis in a movie, but really? Then again, it’s Uwe Boll, so why is anyone surprised?

All of these titles, and others, will available to rent/purchase in Allentown, the Lehigh Valley and beyond.

When J.J. Ellis isn’t writing as the Allentown DVD Examiner, his Decent Exposure Radio can be heard on the air every Friday night from 10:30 to midnight (EST) on WXLV 90.3 FM or wxlvradio.com!

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