Take It Home Tuesday. October 9, 2012.

Ridley Scott’s Return To Sci-Fi Is Ready For Home Viewing.

[amazon_link id=”B0085Z8F4A” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Prometheus[/amazon_link]

Ridley Scott’s “prequel” to Alien was perhaps the most polarizing movie of the summer. It came out to mixed reviews and the more people I talk to that have seen it were not that fond of it. I am in the minority though because I thoroughly enjoyed it despite plot holes which I am fairly certain every movie has. There is no denying it is a beautiful and well shot movie and this Alien fan welcomes it into the family.

[amazon_link id=”B003UESJLK” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]E.T. Anniversary Edition[/amazon_link]

The first movie I was ever taken to see. A timeless classic that holds a dear place in my heart. I am talking about the original theatrical version not the 2002 version which added CGI to E.T. and replaced the guns the government officials were holding with walkie talkies for a more politically correct look. But lucky for us they have included both versions in this set so at least we have a choice.

[amazon_link id=”B005LAIHRC” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Rock of Ages[/amazon_link]

One of the biggest box office bombs of the summer. I can’t ever guess why except for maybe the bastardization of some of the greatest rock songs ever or just looking laughably bad. Your choice.

[amazon_link id=”B008IG0E7M” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]CM Punk: Best In The World[/amazon_link]

One of the few reasons to watch WWE now is CM Punk. While all of wrestling seems to be stuck in a rut, Punk is one of the few constants that keeps me paying attention. This documentary follows Punk from his start in wrestling through his ROH days and his trek to the top of the WWE ladder. Early reviews are saying this is one of the best WWE produced videos ever made.

[amazon_link id=”B005S9EJGO” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Raven[/amazon_link]

The movie where John Cusack is Edgar Allan Poe and he and Zeus from Immortals try to catch a serial killer who is murdering people in ways described in the author’s famous works. I figured he finds the serial killer and draws him out by holding up a boombox outside his window and plays Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes”.





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