Top Ten DVD List for July 4, 2017


This Week’s DVD Releases

by Kam Williams

Top Ten DVD List for July 4, 2017 


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Homicide: Life on the Streets [The Complete Series]

Zookeeper’s Wife [Holocaust Heroine Biopic]

Vincent-N-Roxxy [Rebel Meets Drifter Road Thriller]

Bitcoin Heist [Crypto-Currency Crime Caper]

The Tonight Show [Featuring Steve Martin, Robin Williams and Eddie Murphy]

Food: Delicious Science [Chemical Investigation of Our Diet]

Smithsonian: Mummies Alive [Autopsies of Ancient Civilizations]

The Evil in Us [Idyllic Island Vacation Ruined by Cannibals]

Song to Song [Love and Betrayal in Austin, Texas]

Frontline: The Fish on My Plate [Marine Life Sustainability]


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