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Queen Margot
Queen Margot
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A trio of fun (and funny) flicks that will catch up with you before Labor Day.
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Kevin Pacalioglu (Tyler Labine) may have no money and no clue, but he can see dead people, so that's pretty cool. Faced with a constant stream of stubborn spirits, Pac goes to whatever lengths require the least amount of effort to help New York City's most frivolous ghosts finish their unfinished business.
The supernatural comedy series Deadbeat arrives on DVD (plus Digital) August 26 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Starring Labine, the show also features Brandon T. Jackson, Lucy DeVito and Cat Deeley. From the production company that produced 12 Years a Slave and Kick-Ass, Deadbeat has been declared a "disarmingly funny" (Variety) and "hilarious and heartwarming" (New York Post) comedy. Available exclusively at Target, the Deadbeat includes three bonus featurettes.
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
Meet Camomile and Sue featurette
Meet Pac and Roofie featurette
Medium For Hire--What is Deadbeat? featurette

It’s NFL Draft Day. A day that can change the lives of athletes and the fortunes of football teams forever. After pulling off a blockbuster trade, General Manager Sonny Weaver Jr. (Kevin Costner) controls the #1 pick. Up against fan pressure, an ambitious owner (Frank Langella) and a hard-nosed coach (Leary), Sonny faces the biggest decision of his life. Should he go with the consensus #1 pick or trust his instincts and risk losing it all?
up to the 2014 NFL Kickoff, Lionsgate will release the thrilling sports drama, Draft Day (Lionsgate Home Entertainment) on Digital HD beginning August 19, on Video On Demand and Pay-Per-ViewAugust 29 and on Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) on September 2. Starring sports movie icon and Academy Award winner Costner, written by Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman, and directed by legendary director Ivan Reitman, the film was made in exclusive partnership with the NFL, allowing unprecedented access to the actual 2013 NFL Draft, an event drawing higher ratings than the playoffs for baseball, basketball and hockey. Featuring an all-star cast including Jennifer Garner, Denis Leary, Langella, Sam Elliott, Sean Combs, Terry Crews, Tom Welling, with Ellen Burstyn and Chadwick Boseman, Draft Day goes behind-the-scenes of the high-stakes, action-packed world of the NFL Draft.
The Draft Day Blu-ray Combo Pack bonus materials include an exclusive 58-minute “making of” featurette titled On the Clock: The Making of Draft Day, and Welcome to Primetime, an inside look behind-the-scenes of the NFL Draft. Both the Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD special features include audio commentary with writers Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman plus deleted scenes.

BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES
· On The Clock: The Making of Draft Day featurette

· Welcome to Primetime featurette

· Audio Commentary with Writers Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman

· Deleted Scenes

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

· Audio Commentary with Writers Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman

· Deleted Scenes

Royal families are always causing trouble.
France, 1572. During an uneasy break in the wars of religion, Catholic King Charles IX (Jean-Hugues Anglade) concludes a marriage of state between his sister, Margot (Isabelle Adjani), and the Protestant Huguenot King Henry of Navarre (Daniel Auteuil), by ramming forward a reluctant Margot's head in lieu of a 'Oui'. But Margot's skull-faced Queen Mother (Virna Lisi) is already plotting the attack on the Huguenots that would come to be known as the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, and Margot is in the throes of a throbbingly romantic affair with the Protestant La Môle (Vincent Perez).
Welcome to Queen Margot (Cohen Film Collection).
The late Patrice Chéreau's high octane adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas novel begins in fifth gear and never lets up, plunging in hip-deep in history and into a dizzying array of characters, with passionate performances and a riveting, horrific staging of the Massacre.
The late Patrice Chéreau's high octane adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas novel begins in fifth gear and never lets up, plunging in hip-deep in history and into a dizzying array of characters, with passionate performances and a riveting, horrific staging of the Massacre. Originally released in the U.S. in a truncated version , the complete 159-minute director's cut.