A weekend of weirdness on home video
April 13, 1996
Web posted at: 7:20 a.m. EDT
From Correspondent Dennis Michael
HOLLYWOOD, California (CNN) -- It's a weird weekend in home video, with two offbeat offerings hitting the shelves.
A few years ago, the monster movie satire "Tremors" vanished at the box office, then went underground to become a whopping big hit in home video. Now, "Tremors Two: Aftershocks" is skipping the cinema and going straight home. Fred Ward returns in the sequel as a grizzled monster hunter, and Michael Gross is also back, packing more firepower than could be considered wise -- even against gooey Precambrian creatures.
Both the original, and the aftershock, are highly recommended.
Unless you're a Fox fan, you might mistake this week's other offering for "America's Most Paranormal Home Videos." However, dedicated Filomaniacs will be happy to know that the "X-Files" is coming to videocassette. Each tape has two digitally remastered episodes and a new introduction from Chris Carter, the show's creator.
The truth may or may not be out there, but the videocassettes definitely are.
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