What's New and Worthwhile on DVD? 

With film-festival organizations and the Brooks Museum of Art supplementing traditional exhibitors, plenty of great movies hit Memphis every year, but we still only get a partial glimpse at modern film culture. By my count, exactly half of the top 100 films in the 2008 indieWIRE critics poll have never screened in Memphis ...

Chris Herrington surveys what's new and worth watching on DVD.

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