DVD Bargain Bin



Supposedly based on a true story, The Haunting in Connecticut tells the story of a family and their encounter with the supernatural. Starring Virginia Madsen, the film was mediocre in the the theater, so the studio is hoping that offering an unrated cut will help stir up some excitement.


Yet another show cut short in its prime, this Reaper Season 2 set will be the last one we get to see. If you haven't seen it, "Reaper" is definitely worth a watch.


The thrill and excitement of "Anaconda 3: Blood Orchid" continues in Anacondas: Trail of Blood! This time around, the giant genetically altered snake that was cut in two at the end of the 3rd film? He's regenerated into two snakes, and they're hungry or something.

HBO fans the world over were impressed by their take on the Charlaine Harris series, now you get to own it on DVD! True Blood Season 1 has a ton of extras packed in with it, so definitely worth checking out if you're a fan of Anna Paquin's Sookie Stackhouse!

In this third installment of the "Underworld" series, Rhona Mitra steps up to fill the leather body suit of Kate Beckinsale. Drifiting back into the past in prequel fashion, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans gives us the historical tale of how the Vamps. Vs. Wolves war got its start.

This week's Bargain Bin sees the release of a couple of buzz-backed indie flicks and a handful of Direct to Video garbage!


It's Tuesday and that means new DVD's! This week sees a highly anticipated release, one release that is going to confuse people into thinking that Louis Fowler has finally hit the big time, and a handful of old school horrors! Set your sights on 'cringe' and get ready for a trip to... The DVD Bargain Bin!


It's time to restock the Bargain Bin once again as Tuesday rolls around and the new releases hit the shelf! With two 80's classics and a handful of direct to video cheese ready to go, this makes the third week of April a light one, but a decent one none the less!


Last week in the Bargain Bin brought an onslaught of epic proportions upon our wallets. This week lightens the attack a bit with one major studio release and a whole host of solid direct to video titles.