Zombieland (DVD)

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Extra Features
Both the DVD and Blu-ray have a spirited commentary with director Ruben Fleischer, stars Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. There’s also deleted scenes, a making of, a look at the production design and visual effects progression scenes. The Blu-ray also has a Picture-in-Picture track, including behind the scenes footage and storyboards, plus the BD-Live enabled feature movieIQ, which allows viewers to access trivia about the film while they are watching it.

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ROLL CREDITS…
Stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone
Director Ruben Fleischer
Format DVD & Blu-ray
Distributor Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Released March 15

Adam (DVD)

New to DVD this week is quirky romantic comedy Adam, starring Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne

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Extra Features
Unavailable for review, but there’s a commentary with writer/director Max Mayer and producer Leslie Urdang, alternate ending, deleted and alternate scenes, a making of featurette plus a profile of actress Rose Byrne.

ROLL CREDITS…
Stars Hugh Dancy, Rose Byrne
Director Max Mayer
Distributor Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Format DVD
Released
February 15

Away We Go (DVD)

Homeward bound…

When Burt (Jim Krasinski) and his girlfriend Verona (Maya Rudolph) discover they are expecting their first child, they are shocked but relieved they can rely on Burt’s parents (Catherine O’Hara and Jeff Daniels in scene-stealing cameos) for support. But when the grandparents to be drop the bombshell that they are moving oversees, Burt and Verona have the rug pulled from under them. With her parents dead, and realising that they need to find a stable home for their new child, Burt and Verona head off on a trip around the USA searching for the perfect place to raise a family. And, as they catch up with old friends and family, they begin to realise that home really is where the heart is.

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