DVD Previews: Devil Inside & The Grey

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This week's home video releases see a man get trapped outside, a demon get trapped inside, and a few different kinds of extraordinary powers. In addition to films from earlier this year, a classic comedy is getting reissued.

The Grey: Liam Neeson stars in this man-versus-nature thriller about a group of oil men stranded in the Alaskan wilderness. The Grey is based on Ian MacKenzie Jeffers' short story Ghost Walker, and made a splash in theaters early this year.

The Devil Inside: While trying to uncover the secrets of her mother's demonic possession, a woman becomes involved in a series of exorcisms in this found-footage horror flick. To celebrate the film's Blu-ray release, Paramount took Movie Fanatic on a full Devil Inside experience.

Chronicle: The story of three boys who receive telekinetic powers after discovering a mysterious object, Chronicle plays like a superhero origin story, but without the pre-established canon. At first, the boys use the powers for some innocent fun, but then things turn a bit darker.

One For The Money: Katherine Heigl stars as Stephanie Plum in this adaptation of the novel by Janet Evanovich. The film tells the story of a down-on-her-luck woman who takes a job as a bounty hunter and finds herself chasing one of her own ex-lovers.

Being John Malkovich (The Criterion Collection): This quirky dark comedy from the mind of Charlie Kaufman stars John Cusack as a hapless puppeteer who accidentally discovers a portal into the mind of actor John Malkovich. Nominated for three academy awards after its 1999 release, the film remains a perennial classic. This Criterion Collection Blu-Ray reissue brand new extras including a behind-the-scenes documentary by Lance Bangs and a conversation between Malkovich and humorist John Hodgman.

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