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Suburbans, The

House On Haunted Hill


Shanghai Noon

Blue Streak

Simple Wish, A

No Escape

Haunting, The (DD)

Meet The Parents

sisters (Criterion)

Addams Family, The

Here On Earth

Charlie The Lonesome Cougar

I Know What You Did Last Summer

Haunting, The

Slow Burn

Grissom Gang, The

Way Of The Gun, The

Minus Man, The

Lethal Weapon 3: Director's Cut (DTS)

Runaway Bride

9 To 5



My Dog Skip


Now and Then

Love Stinks

Thomas And The Magic Railroad

Man Who Knew Too Little, The

Mask Of Zorro, The (Fullscreen)


GI Jane

Bottle Rocket

Lethal Weapon 3

Ring Of Fire

Permanent Midnight

Bull Durham

Jingle All the Way

Slam: Spec. Ed.

Home Fries

Dead Man Walking

Billy Madison

Graduate, The - Special Edition

Exorcist 3, The

Dr. Dolittle 2

How To Get Ahead In Advertising (Criterion)

Gospel According to Philip K. Dick, The

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