Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDs…

  1. Red Riding Hood
  2. In the hood… This dark fantasy reimagining of the classic fairy tale sees Amanda Seyfried cast as a young woman whose romance with an orphaned woodcutter has dire consequences.


  3. Scream 4
  4. Killer thriller… Wes Craven’s slasher franchise continues as Sidney Prescott’s return to Woodsboro sees Ghostface once again killing local students – but who’s behind the mask this time?

  5. Gnomeo & Juliet
  6. Wrong side of the fence… Two garden ornaments take a rocky road to true love with Elton John accompaniment in this animated spin on Shakespeare’s classic tale of star-crossed lovers.

  7. Paul
  8. Space race… Simon Pegg and Nick Frost head the cast of this sci-fi comedy about two British comic book nerds who encounter a wise-cracking alien as they journey across the U.S.

  9. Rango
  10. Karma chameleon… This Gore Verbinski-helmed animation features the vocal talents of Johnny Depp as a chameleon accidentally drawn to help the residents of the water-starved Wild West town of Dirt.

  11. Winnie the Pooh
  12. Bear necessity… Disney brings A.A. Milne’s classic character to life with this animation featuring everyone’s favourite bear and his ragtag group of friends.

  13. Source Code
  14. Mission impossible… Duncan Jones (Moon) directs this sci-fi thriller about a soldier (Jake Gyllenhaal) who finds himself on an extraordinary mission – reliving the last eight minutes of a dead man’s life in order to avert a looming tragedy.

  15. Avatar
  16. Out of this world… Titanic director James Cameron creates an alien world starring Sigourney Weaver in what could be the most expensive movie ever made – but this time the aliens are the good guys.

  17. Limitless
  18. Full potential… Bradley Cooper knows no bounds in this fantasy thriller about a struggling writer who discovers a revolutionary new drug that gives him superhuman abilities.

  19. Due Date
  20. Special delivery… Robert Downey Jr’s stranded father-to-be hitches a ride with Zach Galifianakis’s travel buddy from hell when Hangover director Todd Phillips hits the road again.

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