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Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week:
"The Conjuring"
What's It About?
James Wan's "The Conjuring" follows the paranormal hauntings of a Rhode Island farmhouse, based on the real life events documented by investigators of Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga). When the Perron family moves into a new home they begin experiencing loud pounding noises and eerie occurrences that force them to contact the Warren's to help rid them of their home's evil essence.
Why We're In: "The Conjuring" wasn't just one of the best scary movies in years for its hefty amount of solid jumps and scares, but it also took full advantage of the horror genre. Wan's film paid homage to old-school scary movies by implementing the horror tactics we love, bringing a refreshing creativity to exhausted cliches.

WATCH: Go behind-the-scenes on "The Conjuring" (VIDEO)
Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week:
"Bruce Lee: The Legacy Collection"
What's It About?
This deluxe Blu-ray box set includes four feature films starring Bruce Lee, two documentaries on the martial arts icon, and a bonus disc of special features. The collection includes 1971's "The Big Boss," 1972's "Fist of Fury" and "The Way of the Dragon," and 1978's "Game of Death."
Why We're In: Made up of the films that brought fame to the Jeet Kune Do founder, this collection is a must own for any lover of the martial arts genre or of Bruce Lee.

New on DVD & Blu-ray:
"As Cool As I Am"
What's It About?
This dramedy follows a teenage girl (Sarah Bolger) navigating her life while dealing with her young parents' (Claire Danes, James Marsden) disintegrating marriage. This coming of age tale is nothing more than a disappointing melodrama that gets more desperate as it continues on.
IN or OUT: OUT.

"Before Midnight"
What's It About?
This third and final installment of Richard Linklater's "Before" series revisits Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) nearly a decade after their last encounter in 2004's "Before Sunset." Now a couple with children, the two face the more adult issues of a marriage as they bicker and fight. While uncomfortable, these charming characters bring perfect close to the beloved trilogy in one of the best romance stories of the year.
IN or OUT: IN.

WATCH: The First TEN Minutes of "Before Midnight" (VIDEO)
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"Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear"
What's It About? The first ever horror anthology from Chiller TV features five films from horror directors based on the human senses. The film include "Smell" about a man offered a mysterious scent, "Sight" about an optometrist that captures the visions of his patients, "Tough" about a blind boy escaping a killer, "Taste" about a man with impeccable taste, and "Hearing," about a group of friends who piece together fragments of a mysterious lost song. This creative collection will satisfy the appetites of any true horror fans.

IN or OUT: IN.

"Dead in Tombstone"
What's It About?
This direct-to-video action horror film stars Danny Trejo ("Machete") as a murdered gang leader sentenced to hell and offered freedom from Satan (Mickey Rourke) if he delivers six souls from his gang members. From director Roel Reine, "Dead in Tombstone" also stars Anthony Michael Hall.

"I Give It a Year"
What's It About?
Rose Bryne ("Insidious") and Rafe Spall ("Promethus") star as deliriously happy newly weds whose relationship longevity is doubted by all their family and friends. With their first year anniversary approaching, the exuberant couple are put to the test as to whether or not they will last. While "I Give It a Year" suggests a fresh take on the rom-com story, the film is unfortunately nothing but a dull addition to the already trite genre.
IN or OUT: OUT.

"The Internship"
What's It About?
Comedy duo Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson team up again as two recently laid-off salesmen in "The Internship." Desperate to restart their careers in the digital world, the two become interns at Google and compete for employment. While Vaughn and Wilson can usually save a flat script with their charming and raunchy humor, nothing can rescue this failed comedy that simply misses the mark.
IN or OUT: OUT.

"Only God Forgives"
What's It About?
The highly anticipated second collaboration between filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling following 2011's "Drive" stars the actor as Julian, a drug smuggler and Thai boxing club owner. When his brother is murdered, Julian is pushed by his vile-mouthed mother (Kristin Scott Thomas) to enact revenge. While visually lavish, "Only God Forgives" proved to be an utter disappointment due to its lack of a cohesive story and any trace of character development.
IN or OUT: OUT.

"The Way, Way Back"
What's It About?
From writer-director duo Nat Faxon ("Walk Hard") and Jim Rash ("Community"), "The Way, Way Back" follows the young Duncan (Liam James) on summer vacation with his family. Annoyed with his mother's (Toni Colette) new boyfriend (Steve Carell), Duncan gets a job at a nearby water park and finds unexpected friends in the staff. This indie coming-of-age story, which also stars Sam Rockwell, Allison Janney, and Maya Rudolph, is witty, funny, and incredibly charming.
IN or OUT: IN.

New To Blu-ray:
"John Cassavetes: Five Films Collection"
What's It About?
This box set pays tribute to Cassavetes ("Rosemary's Baby"), who was the pioneer of American indie film, although he is well known for his few mainstream films. This collection features "Shadows" (1959), "Faces" (1968), "A Woman Under the Influence" (1974), "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie" (1976), and "Opening Night" (1977). For an education on early Independent cinema or a look at a talented filmmaker, this collection will surely satisfy.
IN or OUT: IN.

"The Uninvited" (Criterion Collection)
What's It About?
This classic 1944 horror film stars Ray Milland ("Dial M for Murder") and Ruth Hussey ("The Philadelphia Story") as his sister after they discover their new home is haunted. While rather outdated, this ghost story is still a spooky classic.
IN or OUT: IN.

"The Vincent Price Collection"
What's It About?
The actor, most known for his iconic spooky voice, is celebrated in this Blu-ray set featuring his 1960 "House of Usher," 1963's "The Haunted," "The Masque of Red Death" from 1964, "The Pit and the Pendulum" from 1961, 1968's "Witchfinder General," and "The Abominable Dr. Phibes from 1971. Loaded with extra features including rare interviews, audio commentary, and film stills, this collection is the perfect Halloween treat.
IN or OUT: IN.