Out Now: Warrior, Glee, Woody Allen, Gay L.A. And More!

Santa has a pretty mixed bag for us this final week before the holiday: Wall Street drama, time travel in Paris, Tom Hardy buffed up and shirtless, an L.A. gay character study and a whole lot of Glee—in 3D!

Glee: The Concert Movie
($39.99 3D Blu-Ray, $34.99 Blu-Ray, $29.99 DVD; 20th Century Fox)

Featuring performances from the Glee live concert tour interspersed with interviews and profiles of Gleeks and a wee bit of backstage patter, this offering can be seen in regular format or in 3D (assuming you have a 3D TV). is crazily life-affirming, pro-diversity, and reminds us, hey, these kids can actually sing. Bonus materials include two additional live numbers, more backstage antics, and Sue Sylvester’s introductions. Warning: diabetics and those allergic to Glee may go into shock from the saccharine sentiment.
NEXT: Wide Awake in L.A.

($29.99 DVD, Oracle Films)
A handful of intertwined Angelenos, some gay and others straight, deal with breakups and distance in this short but sweet feature from Somali-American filmmaker Afdhere Jama (Rebound). Watch it with someone you plan to dump.


NEXT: Owen Wilson goes time-traveling in Midnight in Paris


Midnight in Paris
($35.99 Blu-Ray, $30.99 DVD; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)

76-year-old Woody Allen’s latest comedy is his biggest hit in recent years, with Owen Wilson starring as a frustrated screenwriter who romanticizes 1920s Paris. And In a twist that only happens in Allen movies like Purple Rose of Cairo, he ends up magically being transported there. There are lots of stars playing literary and artistic icons of the era to hilarious effect, especially Kathy Bates as the great dyke scribe Gertrude Stein. Still, we have one complaint: Can’t we get at least one commentary track out of Allen before he shuffles off this mortal coil?


NEXT: A pre-Dark Knight Tom Hardy kicks ass in Warrior



($39.99 Blu-Ray, $29.95 DVD; Lionsgate)

Tom Hardy, Batman’s nemesis in the upcoming Dark Knight Rises, buffs up for his role as an ex-marine who trains for a mixed-martial arts tournament, causing much friction in his dysfunctional family. It’s a serious flick, sorta like The Boxer without as much white trash and crack, but Hardy and beefy co-star Joel Edgerton also give gay viewers plenty to leer over.

NEXT: Revisit the Wall Street financial crisis with Margin Call.


Margin Call
($29.99 Blu-Ray, $19.98 DVD; Lionsgate)

The respectably out Zachary Quinto co-stars (and co-produced, via his Before The Door Picutres) with a legion of outstanding actors—Stanley Tucci, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Kevin Spacey—in this chillingly believable Wall Street drama set during the 2008 financial crisis. Extras include deleted scenes, outtakes, and two hundred toxic mortgages.

Okay, we made up that last bit.


Straw Dogs (Sony)

Tempest (Touchstone)




Colombiana (Sony)


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