Small Screen – this week’s top ten DVDS…

  1. 17 Again
  2. Young at heart… Thirtysomething Mike (Matthew Perry) is stuck in a rut. Then, one morning, he wakes up as a 17-year-old version of himself (Zak Efron) and gets to change the course of his life. Who says you’re only young once?


  3. Knowing
  4. Number cruncher… Nicholas Cage plays an astrophysicist who decodes a page of numbers that predict a host of disasters.

  5. Paul Blart: Mall Cop
  6. Checkout it out… A rotund security guard has to employ all of his crime-fighting skills when a gang of villains lay siege to his shopping mall.

  7. Watchmen
  8. Power struggle… Based on the iconic comic book series of the same name, this fantasy thriller sees a ragtag group of costumed vigilantes coming together under threat from an unseen enemy.

  9. Friday the 13th
  10. Nightmare scenario… This remake of the gory 1980 classic stars Supernatural’s Jared Padalecki as a lone traveller looking for his missing sister.

  11. Twilight
  12. Pain in the neck… Teenager Bella Swann moves to a small town in Washington and falls for her mysterious classmate, Edward Cullen, who turns out to be a 108-year-old vampire. Typical.

  13. Let the Right One In
  14. Growing pains… This Swedish chiller charts the unusual relationship between a young boy and a vampire.

  15. Lesbian Vampire Killers
  16. Bump in the night… Gavin & Stacey’s James Corden and Matthew Horne play two down-on-their-luck slackers, who escape to a remote village in Wales only to discover the local women have been enslaved by lesbian vampires.

  17. He’s Just Not That Into You
  18. Heart of the matter… This star-studded comedy follows the romantic misadventures of nine individuals in their twenties and thirties.

  19. Haunting in Connecticut
  20. House of horrors… Based on a true story, this supernatural chiller charts a family’s terrifying encounter with the dark forces lurking in their new home.

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