Blu-ray Releases for July 27 2010 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Monday, 26 July 2010

The original 'Clash of the Titans' was very much a cult classic, and this week's movies reflect that.  There isn't much in terms of new, but there are plenty of old horror flicks and comedies that certainly earn their cult status, even if "classic" may be debatable.

Clash of the Titans

If you're into ancient myths, giant scorpions or Liam Neeson's amazing beard, you're in luck. 'Clash of the Titans' wasn't a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, and the upgraded effects made it hard to appreciate the sort of campy cheese that made the first so great.  Regardless, 'Clash' is a fun flick to watch, especially if you've got a sense of humor about your action movies.

G.I. Joe – The Movie

No, this isn't that schlock from a few years ago that tried to cash in on the success of the 'Transformers' movies.  This is the schlock that comes dripping with 1987 nostalgia, which makes it somehow better.  It's the same ridiculous movie designed to make you buy toys, but for some reason it's still watchable.

Puppet Master

When you're all out of 'Friday the 13th,' 'Halloween,' 'Nightmare on Elm Street' and 'Hellraiser' movies to watch, you can always go a few rungs down the ladder of late 80s horror to 'Puppetmaster.'  Is it a great horror flick?  Not even close.  It'll do in a pinch though.

Also coming out this week

Accidents Happen
Batman: Under the Red Hood
Battlestar Galactica: Season 3
Home (2008)
Ip Man
Ip Man: Collector's Edition
Johnny Handsome
Lock Up
The Missing Lynx
Operation: Endgame
The Prowler
Puppet Master: Axis of Evil
Rambo: Extended Cut
Rambo: The Complete Collection
Screwballs II: Loose Screws
The Secret of the Grain
Stargate Universe - SGU: Season 1.5
Victor/Victoria: The Broadway Musical

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