Take It Home Tuesday. November 6, 2012.

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Spidey Goes Reboot And Roddy Piper Is All Out Of Bubble Gum

[amazon_link id=”B008QZ5PY2″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Amazing Spider-Man[/amazon_link]

(Note: Spider-Man releases on Friday, November 9th)

Yes, The Amazing Spider-Man is another superhero origin story but don’t let that keep you from seeing it. Spider-Man 2 is still my favorite of the Spidey flicks but this is easily the second best. Andrew Garfield is better suited for this role than Tobey McGuire and I could watch Emma Stone dust a living room for 90 minutes and pay ten bucks. There are better comic movies out there but believe me, there are far, far worse.

[amazon_link id=”B008VF0Y0M” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]They Live[/amazon_link]

John Carpenter’s cult classic finally gets a Blu-Ray release with what I am officially calling “best Blu-Ray cover of the year”. Let’s face it, you have either never seen this or you have seen it 50 times. This release has audio commentary from John Carpenter and Roddy Piper as well as a new interview with the director and star.

[amazon_link id=”B009ESIGHI” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Muppet Christmas Carol: 20th Anniversary Edition[/amazon_link]

The best version of  A Christmas Carol ever told (followed by the Patrick Stewart version and Scrooged). So amazing to think that it has already been 20 years since this classic started spreading its Muppet brand of Christmas cheer.

[amazon_link id=”B008Y1YJ90″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Arthur Christmas[/amazon_link]

Santa goes high tech in this tale that shows how Santa is able to deliver all the presents to children but when things go bad its up to bumbling Arthur to save Christmas. Yeah so as you could tell I haven’t watched this because that was the most generic description ever. If you love the holidays (like me) then give it a whirl.

[amazon_link id=”B008WAM2QK” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]nWo: The Revolution[/amazon_link]

WWE offers up the complete history of one of the most influential groups in wrestling history. The nWo helped WCW go to the top of the ratings and was instrumental in making WWE phase into the “Attitude Era” during the Monday night wars. Includes a roundtable discussion with Kevin Nash, Jim Ross, JJ Dillon and Michael Hayes as well as over 15 matches in their entirety.



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