Home Video Report: Some Quirky Features Headed to DVD
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A few surprises in this week’s home video report, although some of the subjects are familiar.
Jane Eyre, the Charlotte Bronte classic, gets a gloomy makeover in a new revision for TV (photo).
In the production of Priest, Paul Bettany plays a vampire hunter from the sci-fi thriller set in a world ravaged by centuries of war between man and vampires. Christopher Plummer and Stephen Moyer are featured.
Something Borrowed features Jennifer Goodwin and Kate Hudson in another well-meaning comedy of marriage.
Then there’s Meet Monica Velour, featuring Dustin Ingram as an awkward teenager searching for a glamorous porn star — only to find that she’s a 49-year-old single mom (Kim Cattrall) restricted to playing strip clubs.
And, The Killing is Stanley Kubrick’s noir thriller from 1956. Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray, and Elisha Cook are featured.
Reported by Bob Nelson, KYW Newsradio 1060
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