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  1. New Twin Peaks Blu-Ray Set May Go Beyond End Of Second Season

    But do we finally meet Diane?

    Ninety minutes of never-before-seen Twin Peaks footage will be available on The Entire Mystery Blu-ray set come July 29th. But will tying up some of the mystery's loose ends be worth $119.00? Starpulse and Variety got a sneak peak (forgive me) at the box set's deleted scenes, and it seems like viewers who were left dissatisfied by the series finale would be well advised to start saving up.

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  2. Man of Steel Is Out Today on Blu-ray and DVD

    The documentary on Krypton alone is worth the price of admission here.

    Man of Steel, the tentpole around which Warner Bros. is building their new DC film universe, is out on DVD and Blu-ray today. We took a look at the special features on the Blu-ray. Here's what we think!

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  3. We Review the Pacific Rim Blu-ray, and Talk a Lot About Drifting

    So much robot punching.

    Our friends at Legendary Pictures sent us over a copy of the Pacific Rim Blu-ray combo pack, and we checked it out over the weekend. If you loved Pacific Rim, you're probably going to want to spring for the Blu-ray rather than just the DVD or a download because the features are extensive, and incredible.

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  4. BBC Releasing Doctor Who Seasons 1-7 Blu-Ray Set With Sonic Screwdriver Remote!

    It Goes Ding When There's Stuff

    A few months back, I posed a query to Twitter asking if anyone knew of plans to release the Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant Doctor Who seasons on blu-ray. Many told me it would never happen because of technical reasons I couldn't quite grasp (they can put Hitchcock films on blu-ray, why not something from 2005?) but I held out hope considering, you know, the 50th anniversary is a great opportunity to sell stuff. Lo and behold, an email from BBC Home Entertainment landed in my inbox with news of a giant blu-ray release. Hit the jump for details. 

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  5. You Can Buy Your Own Dragon (Sort Of) With This Game Of Thrones Season 3 Box Set

    Winter Is Coming

    Okay, the dragon on this limited edition season 3 Blu-ray/DVD box set can't engulf your enemies in flames. Still, the planned look of the new Game of Thrones set is quite fun, taking the coolest part of the Season 3 marketing campaign, the dragons' shadows, to the next level. The set, which also includes a digital copy of the season, is $104.99 on Amazon, so it turns out that even inanimate dragons are quite expensive. Plus, the image above is only an artist's rendering, so the design could change a bit. Still, a dragon seems like an effective way to guard precious Game of Thrones DVDs, and the resemblance the box set bears to a grave stone definitely lets you know what you're getting into before you hit the end of the season.

    Available exclusively on Amazon, you can pre-order the set now in advance of its February 18, 2014 release.

    (via Nerd Approved) Previously in Game of Thrones

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  6. The Complete Twilight Saga Blu-Ray Is Inexplicably Without Sparkles

    Not all that glitters is gold

    Entertainment Weekly debuted the inevitable complete set of the Twilight Saga but I have to say, I'm a bit disappointed. It's so...plain. Writes EW, "Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga, a 10-disc Blu-ray set or a 12-disc DVD set, will be available on Nov. 5 — right before the fifth anniversary of the first Twilight — and includes two hours of never-before-seen bonus material, including new cast interviews, as well as all five movies." It will also include a photo album and every extra from the older DVDs. Though I suppose there's still room for the super special edition that comes in a life-sized replica of Robert Pattison, Kristen Stewart, or Taylor Lautner's head. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Geekosystem’s The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Giveaway

    Have we mentioned how much we like giving stuff away? Especially when it's something really great like this movie.

    The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is out on DVD and Blu-ray today, and we have 10 copies of the Blu-Ray combo pack to give away thanks to Warner Bros! They sent over a review copy, and as it turns out, I love this movie. A lot. They also sent us a bunch of GIFs from the film. We'll give the copies to the best captions for the GIFs.

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  8. Review: Howl’s Moving Castle Still Quite Moving on Blu-ray

    Is it just me, or does the castle itself look like something out of a Terry Gilliam movie? Just me? Okay.

    If you haven't seen Howl's Moving Castle by Studio Ghibli, you've really been missing out. Luckily, you can solve that here and now with the most definitive home release yet. Sporting both DVD and Blu-ray with a list price of $39.99, the combo pack for the film dropped on May 21st, and it's the first time the film's been made available on Blu-ray. Even if you've seen the movie a million times before, it's worth seeing it one more time just for that.

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  9. The Mary Sue’s Game Of Thrones Season 2 Blu-Ray Giveaway

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    Are you ready to head back to Westeros? Thanks to Appliances Online we have four copies of the Game Of Thrones Season 2 blu-ray to give away!

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  10. Doing It Right: Wreck-It Ralph Available for Download Before DVD and Blu-Ray

    Wreck-It Ralph was perhaps, without a doubt, one of the greatest odes to the modern video game industry as a whole and the golden age of video arcades during the early '80s. As such, if you're one of the unfortunate few that happened to miss it, well, it's a downright shame. Luckily, Disney won't have people waiting too long for a market release as the company has announced that Wreck-It Ralph will be available on February 12th... only as a digital download and via streaming services in both HD and 3D. That's right, those with mobile devices and computers will be kicking back and enjoying Wreck-It Ralph in a few weeks, while everyone else anticipating a DVD and Blu-Ray release is going to have to sit tight and ride it out until springtime.

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