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Millenium - Season 2

The thrilling – and deadly – countdown to the new millennium continues when the “Millennium” Season Two DVD Collection debuts on January 4, 2005 from Fox Home Entertainment. Starring Lance Henriksen (Alien vs. Predator) as an FBI profiler with the gift – and curse – of being able to see inside the minds of murderers, the series follows the efforts of the mysterious Millennium Group to stave off the increasing wave of crime leading up to the new millennium. Season two includes the fan-favorite episode “Jose Chung’s ‘Doomsday Defense” with guest star Charles Nelson Reilly reprising the role that he created on Chris Carter’s “The X-Files.” Available for the suggested retail price of $59.98 U.S./$89.98 Canada, the six-disc “Millennium” Season Two DVD Collection includes all 23 episodes, commentary on selected episodes, “The Turn of the Tide: Making of Season Two,” and an Academy Group: Victimology featurette.


Enter Chris Carter’s crime thriller “Millennium” that chronicles one man’s struggle to overcome the darkness of the criminal soul as part of The Millennium Group, a shadowy organization dedicated to tracking evil and bringing its perpetrators to justice.

“Millennium” Season Two DVD Special Features And Disc Content Specifics:

“Millennium” episodes are compiled on six dual-layered discs and include English, Spanish and French Dolby Surround and have English and Spanish subtitles. The series is presented in anamorphic1.78:1 widescreen aspect ratio. In addition, the following episodes and special features are exclusive to each disc:

Disc 1

- “The Beginning and the End”

- “Beware of the Dog”

- “Sense and Antisense”

- “Monster”

Disc 2

- “A Single Blade of Grass”

- “The Curse of Frank Black”

- “19:19”

- “The Hand of Saint Sebastian”

Additional Bonus Feature:

- “The Hand of Saint Sebastian” commentary by Tom Wright

Disc 3

- “Jose Chung’s ‘Doomsday Defense’”

- “Midnight of the Century” (Holiday)

- “Goodbye Charlie”

- “Luminary”

Disc 4

- “The Mikado”

- “The Pest House”

- “Owls”

- “Roosters”

Additional Bonus Feature:

- “The Mikado” commentary by Michael R. Perry

Disc 5

- “Siren”

- “In ArcadiaEgo”

- “Anamnesis”

- “A Room With No View”

Disc 6

- “Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me”

- “The Fourth Horseman”

- “The Time Is Now”

Additional Bonus Features:

- “The Turn of the Tide: The Making of Season Two”

- Academy Group: Victimology

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Called “a classic revenge tale in the tradition of Charles Bronson and Clint Eastwood”, producer Mel Gibson’s electrifying story of a Hollywood action star who takes on a gang of sleazy photographers, PAPARAZZI, arrives on DVD and rental VHS on January 11, 2005 from Fox Home Entertainment. Starring Cole Hauser (2 Fast 2 Furious), Tom Sizemore (Black Hawk Down) and Dennis Farina (“Law & Order”), PAPARAZZI is an action-paced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Priced at $27.98 U.S./$41.98 Canada, the DVD includes commentary by director Paul Abascal, deleted scenes with optional commentary, a making-of featurette, a Behind the Scenes stunt featurette and the original theatrical trailer.

DVD Special Features:

The PAPARAZZI DVD features revealing bonus material including a full-length audio commentary by director Paul Abascal, deleted scenes with optional commentary, a making-of featurette, a Behind the Scenes stunt featurette and the original theatrical trailer. The DVD is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 with Widescreen (2.35:1) and Pan & Scan (1.33:1) formats on one disc.


Action film superstar Bo Laramie (Cole Hauser) seems to have it all: beautiful wife, adoring son and a Malibu beach house. But his newfound fame comes with a price – he’s the target of paparazzi bent on making Bo and his loved ones fodder for the tabloids. Led by “superstar” photographer, Rex (Tom Sizemore), the paparazzi become increasingly relentless, until one night their ruthless actions turn Bo and his family into victims of a terrible accident. With the police unable to help, Bo seeks vengeance on his own – and the paparazzi start falling…one by one.

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In the spirit of family comedies such as Kingdom Come and Soul Food comes the uplifting film GAS arriving on DVD January 11, 2005 from Fox Home Entertainment. Featuring an all-star cast including Flex Alexander (She’s All That, “One on One”), Khalil Kain (Juice), Tyson Beckford (Biker Boyz, Zoolander), Kelly Perine (“The Drew Carey Show,” “Eve”), Natalie Desselle-Reid (Set It Off, “Eve”) and JoMarie Payton (“Family Matters”), GAS follows two brothers who are forced to reconcile their differences after their father’s death to save the family business. GAS is presented in Widescreen and Pan & Scan on a two-sided DVD with English Dolby Digital 5.1 sound and carries a suggested retail price of $19.98 U.S./$25.98 Canada.


In the comedic vain of Kingdom Come and Soul Food, GAS is a whole new grade of high octane comedy! Returning to L.A. for his father’s funeral, Damon (Flex Alexander) discovers he inherited his family-owned gas station and market. The hilarious catch – so did his brother Mookie (Khalil Kain), a former dealer who cost him his college scholarship. The terms of the will stipulate that the sibling rivals must co-run the station together for a year, or forfeit the business.