Welcome to MovieWeb's daily DVD announcement column, The Daily Spin.

Everyday at 9:00AM PST we compile a list of titles which have been recently announced by the studios and have been given or rumored with a release date. Click a title below to see the full press release info attached to the release.

Enjoy and stay tuned to MovieWeb for the latest home video announcements, 9:00AM PST, on the dot, Monday through Friday.

February 7th

Movie Picture

The story of a teenager and her quest to find out everything she can about the life and death of her father who never returned from Vietnam.

Technical Specs

Rating: R

No. of Discs: 1

Packaging Type: Amaray Case

CC: Yes

Language: English

February 14th

Movie Picture

An English Priest is transferreed to a small Irish Village, and it is here that culture's clash and the laughs ensue!

Technical Specs

No. of Discs: 1

Language: English

November 1st

The 3 Wise Men

Long ago in a faraway land, three wise men—Melchior, Gaspar and Balthazar—embarked on an extraordinary adventure. Their task: retrieve the Royal Gifts designated for the King of Kings before the tyrannical ruler Herod takes them for himself!

Technical Specs

Rating: Not rated

Run Time: 80

Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1, enhanced for 16x9 TV screens Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound

Language: English audio; Spanish audio

December 13th

Rock ‘N’ Roll High School

At this high school, rock and roll has been banned by the oppressive new principal, Miss Evelyn Togar (Mary Woronov). Things get out of hand when the adults want to burn rock records, while the kids rebel and take over. When the police arrive, it’s a generation war set to great rock music. This high-octane film includes music and appearances by the legendary band The Ramones.

DVD Features

-“Back To School: A Retrospective” an all new featurette that relives the making of the movie with never-before-seen interviews with Allan Arkush, Roger Corman, Joe Dante, Dey Young, Marky Ramone, Loren Lester and more.

-All New Audio Commentary with Roger Corman and Dey Young.

-Audio Commentary with Director Allan Arkush, Producer Michael Finnell, and Screenwriter Richard Whitley.

-Audio Outtakes At The Roxy - original recordings of the Ramones during the shooting of the final scene.

Death Race 2000

Rev up your motors and join David Carradine (“Kill Bill” series) and Sylvester Stallone (“Rocky”) as they drive in a futuristic race where the idea is to run over people! It’s winner take all until one man breaks the rules and fights back. Story by IB Melchior. Written by Robert Thom and Charles B. Griffith. Directed by Paul Bartel (director of the cult classic “Eating Raoul”).

DVD Features

-“Playing The Game: Looking Back At Death Race 2000” – A compelling look back at the Corman Classic featuring all new interviews with Roger Corman, actor, Martin Kove, actress Mary Woronov, and writer Charles Griffith.

-All new Audio Commentary with Roger Corman and Mary Woronov.

Angie Dickinson (“Ocean’s 11”) stars with William Shatner (TV’s “Boston Legal;” “Star Trek”) and Tom Skerritt (TV’s “Picket Fences”) in the down and dirty story of bootlegging, bankrobbing babes! Wilma (Dickinson) is a bootlegger who takes her daughters on a shopping spree robbing banks. When Fred (Skerritt), another bank robber, teams up with them, it looks like nothing can stop them.

DVD Features

-“Mama Knows Best: A Retrospective” – A compelling look back at the Corman Classic featuring all new interviews with Roger Corman, Director Steve Carver, Star Angie Dickinson, and Writer Frances Doel.

-All new Audio Commentary with Roger Corman and Angie Dickinson.

Grant’s Lake is a nice, peaceful community, a great place to live. But someone at the neighboring Gereco Corporation has conducted an illicit experiment that gets out of control. Soon the only survivor from the age of dinosaurs emerges from the lake, and it’s ravenous for prey! This feeding frenzy of action entertainment stars Costas Mandylor, Charles Napier (“Lords of Dogtown,” “The Manchurian Candidate”), Jane Longenecker, Jake Thomas (“AI: Artificial Intelligence”) and Joanna Pacula (“Virus”).

Technical Specs

Rating: R

Run Time: 85

December 20th

When her boyfriend is shot to death in a robbery, Los Angeles photographer Sophie Jacobs (Courteney Cox) tries her hardest to put the event behind her. But as she struggles to get over the murder, life begins to change.

Technical Specs

Rating: R

Run Time: 78

CC: Yes

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