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Bewitched Comedy. G. 102 mins. Nicole Kidman Will Ferrell An actor whose career is going down produces a remake of a classic TV show. Unbeknownst to him, the woman he casts as lead is an actual witch. Bonus features include deleted scenes, behind the scenes featurette, and director’s commentary.

Bewitched

Comedy. G. 102 mins.

Nicole Kidman
Will Ferrell

An actor whose career is going down produces a remake of a classic TV show. Unbeknownst to him, the woman he casts as lead is an actual witch. Bonus features include deleted scenes, behind the scenes featurette, and director’s commentary.

House of Wax

Horror. 13+. 113 mins.

Chad Michael Murray
Elisha Cuthbert

A group of teenagers hide away from a killer in a ghost town’s wax museum, until they realize that there is a reason why the statues look so realistic. Bonus features include gag reel, alternate opening sequence, and theatrical trailer.

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