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New DVD Releases For Oct. 13: The Proposal, Land of the Lost, Drag Me to Hell

What to Netflix: New DVD Tuesday

It's Tuesday, which means your Netflix queue is about to get a bit fresher and longer. I've gone through today's new DVD and Blu-ray releases and have some recommendations for what you should rent next.

The Proposal

This Summer's super successful rom-com, The Proposal, stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds in a pretty predictable scheme (you know, girl proposes to boy to avoid deportation), but I enjoyed this surprisingly funny movie. I tend to like both Reynolds and Bullock in general, and their chemistry in this one is pretty irresistible. It was also an audience-pleaser, raking in enough money in ticket sales to make it one of the highest-grossing romantic comedies of all time.


Check out two more new releases when you


Drag Me to Hell

Drag Me to Hell, starring Justin Long and Alison Lohman, earned props in the horror genre for its clever premise and witty dialogue. Lohman stars as Christine, a bank teller whose life takes a turn for the terrifying when she is cursed by a gypsy. Long plays her boyfriend and sidekick who tries to help her regain control and banish the spirits.

I've heard this one is more fun than scary, and it marks Sam Raimi's return to the camp-horror genre (he's behind the Evil Dead franchise) and a respite from the Spiderman movies.


Land of the Lost

In Land of the Lost, Will Ferrell stars as Rick Marshall, who finds himself stuck in a parallel universe littered with dinosaurs and ape men. With his sidekicks Holly and Will, the trio takes on the adventure of a lifetime and try to find their way back home.

The Summer blockbuster didn't do too well in theaters, making some wonder whether Ferrell fatigue had set in. However, the fun casting of Danny McBride and Anna Friel as Will and Holly could make this movie watchable.

DVD extras include deleted scenes, a Danny McBride featurette, and a Devil’s Canyon Gift Shop Commercial and Tour.


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wolfjinx25 wolfjinx25 6 years
The Proposal is on my quere towards the bottom. lol
blondie829 blondie829 6 years
the proposal was just ok for me, dawg. ;) i'm sooo excited to finally see drag me to hell!
blondie829 blondie829 6 years
the proposal was just ok for me, dawg. ;)i'm sooo excited to finally see drag me to hell!
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
I loved 500 days of summer and thought the proposal was cute. I think I may need to rent this to see it again.
leslievanhouten leslievanhouten 6 years
Drag Me to Hell is the best movie I've seen so far this year. Better than Star Trek, better than the Hangover, better than 500 Days of Summer. If Inglorious Bastards had been more tightly edited, that would have been the best movie, but Drag Me to Hell is an A fucking +
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