Desperate Housewives: The Eighth and Final Season, Desperate Housewives: The Complete Collection, The Avengers on DVD Tuesday 9/25/12

What’s on DVD Tuesday, September 25, 2012?

Desperate Housewives season 8

Desperate Housewives: The Eighth and Final Season

I hated this season, because it was the final one, and I did not want it to end. Sigh! Nevertheless, I look forward to watching Season 8 again.

Say goodbye to the ladies of Wisteria Lane with the final climactic season of “Desperate Housewives.” The stakes are at an all-time high as each of the women cope with their guilt in the aftermath of last season’s shocking murder and cover-up.

DH Complete collection

Desperate Housewives: The Complete Collection

Any Desperate Housewives fan need this collection in their lives! I know I do! Never missed a season! and eight seasons was too short, lol. But much needed in my collection.

Experience the ground breaking series that seduced audiences for eight seasons when “Desperate Housewives: The Complete Collection” becomes available on DVD. Housed in a collectible replica of Mary Alice’s infamous steamer trunk, the complete collection contains all 179 episodes from all eight seasons on 46-discs, including an exclusive bonus disc with even more cast interviews and behind the scenes from the final season. This set is a must-have for any “Desperate Housewives” fan.

The Avengers

The Avengers was such a great movie. My only complain was that it felt kinda long, but overall it was very entertaining and action-packed. I can’t wait to watch the special features on the Blu-ray DVD.

The real appeal of The Avengers comes from the quiet moments among a group of decidedly unquiet humans, extra-humans, mutants, and demigods. In no particular order those are Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Captain America (Chris Evans), Bruce Banner/Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), S.H.I.E.L.D. world-government commander Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), and indispensable functionary Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg). That’s a superstar lineup both in and out of character, and The Avengers brilliantly integrates the cast of ensemble egos into a story that snaps and crackles–not to mention smashes, trashes, and destroys–at breakneck pace, never sacrificing visual dazzle or hard-earned story dynamics. (Amazon)


Please note: A copy of Desperate Housewives: The Eighth and Final Season was provided by the PR/Marketing agency for review.

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