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Who hasn't cried at the end of BORN FREE? This unforgettable classic is available on DVD at an incredible, new low price. ------------------------------------------------------------ February 1, 2010 Greetings, The American version of one of the most terrifying vampire films I have ever personally seen ('Let the Right One In') hits DVD shelves today. Aptly re-titled 'Let Me In', this take on the story is equally compelling. However, if you plan on checking this one out, be sure to see the original film first; it is not in English, but you can find translated versions. Watch It Now, Anisa Remember for video clips on all kinds of DVDs and other stuff, visit our site at: ----- 'Conviction' DVD Based on a true story, this drama stars Hilary Swank. The tale begins in 1980 when a woman is murdered in Ayer, Massachusetts. A local cop (Melissa Leo) fixates on hot- headed, hard-drinking Kenny Waters (Sam Rockwell) as the suspect and eventually gets him convicted and imprisoned. But Kenny's sister Betty Anne (Swank) believes so strongly in her brother's innocence that she puts herself through college and law school, then mounts a relentless legal battle that goes on for years. Other actors in the movie include Minnie Driver and Peter Gallagher as big-shot attorney Barry Scheck. 'Let Me In' DVD This vampire tale is the American remake of the Swedish- language film Let the Right One In. The timeframe remains the early 1980s, but the location has been transposed from Stockholm to Los Alamos, New Mexico. There a 12-year-old boy named Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee from The Road) lives in an apartment building. Then Abby (Chloe Moretz from Kick-Ass), who looks like a girl of about Owen's age, moves into the building with a man (Richard Jenkins) that Owen takes to be her father. Soon there are bizarre murders, prompting an investigation by a policeman (Elias Koteas). Watch a Clip: 'Never Let Me Go' DVD Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield play the central characters in this drama adapted from Kazuo Ishiguro's acclaimed dystopian novel. The story is set in an alternate reality version of England in the recent past where a system has been developed that greatly extends human life span. The movie focuses on Kathy (Mulligan), Tommy (Garfield) and Ruth (Knightley), who are together at Hailsham, a depressing boarding school. Words like "carer," "completed" and "possible" are used strangely, and the viewer gradually learns what is going on in this bleak film. Watch a Clip: * DVD Rewind: Amazing Reunion Between Lion & Human As Seen on The View from Christian The Lion DVD... This will warm your heart! ------------------------------------------------------------ END OF What's New on DVD from Copyright 2011 All rights reserved. Please forward this, in its entirety, to others.

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