RT on DVD: Watch Uwe Boll Box Critic, Heroes Season Two Clips

Plus, a sweet Jack Skellington collector's item with the remastered Nightmare Before Christmas set.

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It's a good week to catch up on your favorite shows before the new TV season begins (Heroes Season Two) and a good week to satisfy your curiosity for a certain guilty pleasure (Uwe Boll's Postal). Read on for exclusive clips from Heroes Season Two and Postal, and find out what new releases you should be looking for this week on DVD, including Redbelt, What Happens in Vegas, Son of Rambow, and more!

NBC's Heroes was a pop culture phenomenon from the get-go, a riveting comic book come to life that followed a host of heroes -- and villains -- as they gradually developed their powers. Season 2, on DVD this week, continues the epic story as the line between good and evil becomes blurred, new characters emerge, and the fate of the world once more lies in the hands of Peter Petrelli.

We've snagged an exclusive clip from the Heroes Season Two DVD release, in which cast member Zachary Quinto (who will also appear as Spock in next year's Star Trek) sheds light into the motivations of the show's preeminent villain: the all-powerful sociopath (we think he's just misunderstood) Sylar.



But wait, there's more! We've got another exclusive bonus clip for you from another of this week's most anticipated --- and notorious --- titles: Postal, from director-businessman-pugilist Uwe Boll. (Get an intriguing rare glimpse into the mind of Boll in our interview here.) Postal, adapted from the video game of the same name, offers an irreverent, bawdy, and violent satire of American society and politics made the only way Uwe Boll could have done it: with a star-crossed romance between George W. and Osama bin Laden, full frontal Dave Foley, Verne Troyer as himself, and a cameo by none other than...Uwe Boll!

As a treat for our readers, we exclusively bring you a sneak peek at the full "Raging Boll" bonus feature from the DVD release of Postal. Watch and see why Uwe earned his pugilistic nickname, as he enters the ring to go head-to-head with Something Awful critic Richard "Lowtax" Kyanka!





Click on for this week's exciting new releases, including What Happens in Vegas, Redbelt and more!

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