The Haunting In Connecticut

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This week in the world of Blu-ray, we go to the Moon for all mankind, to the end of the Earth with Nic Cage, to the 1980s with Spike Lee and all the way back to the 60s with a group of Mad Men.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves working as an assistant at the Tyrell Corporation. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs.

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As correctly predicted by myself, it was indeed the attack of the 50-foot woman in 3-D at the box office. Monsters vs. Aliens won the weekend with a haul of $58 million, topping Watchmen for the best weekend opening of 2009 so far.

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The only thing haunting about The Haunting in Connecticut is how similar it is to every other haunted house movie of the last three decades.

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Well, I am always happy to get a prediction right at The Reject Report, so I will take credit in advance for my daring prediction that Monsters vs. Aliens will win the weekend box office.

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Lesbian Vampire Killers. Yes, yes, and yes.

We’ll have reviews on these and other films from SXSW when FSR invades Austin March13th through the 21st!

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