I promise, this month, I will have a new one of these EVERY Tuesday. This way, it doesn't get stale after a week and I'll be able to keep up with it a little better. Help the board out and buy something, won't you.
Here are your new DVD releases for this week ----- THE APE (The W at Amazon)- Here's all you need to know; writer/director James Franco (Harry Osborne from the Spider-man films) does a movie about a guy living with a talking, foul-mouthed gorilla in a Hawaiian shirt. Comedy, does indeed, ensue. ARMORED TROOPER VOTOMS-STAGE 1: UOODO CITY (The W at Amazon)- Animated giant robots fun from Japan. BAD RELIGION: LIVE AT THE PALLADIUM (The W at Amazon)- Awesome group; one of the few that you can say who are better live then in a studio. THE BEST OF GO-GO GOPHERS (The W at Amazon)- Freakin' AWESOME! This was originally shown on UNDERDOG, but since we're not getting a seasonal boxed set of that show, they're tossing out separate discs of the show. There's also a TENNESSEE TUXEDO disc out as well. THE BRADY BUNCH: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON (The W at Amazon)- And the final season as well. This was the season that introduced Cousin Oliver and had Joe Namath as a guest star. BREAKING DAWN (The W at Amazon)- Honestly, I have no idea what it's about, but Edie McClurg (imdb.com) is in it, so you MUST buy it! BUSTER KEATON: 65th ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION (The W at Amazon)- Not quite his best work, but these shorts show what a studio can do to a great comedic mind when it forces it to play by their rules. Less Buster Keaton-ish and more Three Stooges like. THE COSBY SHOW: SEASON 2 (The W at Amazon)- Meh. All I remember from this show was that his stand-up routine was better... and that Lisa Bonnet went on to have sex with Mickey Rourke in ANGEL HEART. THE EASTER BUNNY IS COMIN TO TOWN (The W at Amazon)- Rankin & Bass, clamation easter special that was WAY BETTER then the horrible Peter Cottontail one they did... thankfully. THE FLINTSTONES: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON (The W at Amazon)- This season had one of my favorite episodes in it... THE GRUESOMES! It's worth it just for that episode. FREE ENTERPRISE: THE FIVE YEAR MISSION, EXTENDED EDITION! (The W at Amazon)- What the hell! Audie England WASN'T naked in this... THAT'S why I've never seen it up till now, I suppose. GREATEST ADVENTURES OF THE BIBLE: MOSES (The W at Amazon)- When I was a kid, and I'd be flipping the channel trying to find a cartoon to watch, sometimes, I'd find my way to an episode of this series, and when it was over I would say to myself "What the fuck was that! Where's the giant robots or funny characters? That was an animated church commercial!" and NOW, looking back at those times, I WAS entertained by the stories, so I think I might end up getting a few of these. HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE (The W at Amazon)- This is the one where I think I finally admitted to myself that Emma Watson is rather hot in a creepy kind of way. She's really 'filled out' since the first film. HOGAN'S HEROES: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON (The W at Amazon)- Wow, these are getting put out pretty quick. Wasn't Season two just out for Christmas? THE HOOKERS/P.P.S. (Prostitute's Protective Society) (The W at Amazon)- Something Weird Video releases more rare nudie/exploitation films for the freaks in all of us. ...err, by 'all of us', I mean ME, mostly, I suppose. THE HOUSE ON TELEGRAPH HILL (The W at Amazon)- Little seen Robert Wise film noir classic. This disc also features the trailer for the original NO WAY OUT that Kevin Costner almost ruined with a remake. HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE (The W at Amazon)- Haven't seen it yet, but there,s a $1.50 theater here in town that is showing it and I plan on seeing it before the week is out. I'll probably still buy it, though, because it's Miyazaki. I WALK THE LINE (The W at Amazon)- Tuesday Weld, Gregory Peck... I must own. POLICE WOMAN: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON (The W at Amazon)- Angie Dickinson looking HOT in a police uniform for 22 episodes. This set also includes the original two hour episode of POLICE STORY that the show spun out of. PORNOGRAPHY: THE SECRET HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION (The W at Amazon)- Hmm... color me interested. PORTRAIT OF HELL (The W at Amazon)- WOW! I've been waiting to finally see this. It's about an artist who tries to paint a 'beautiful masterpiece' for a collector, and all he seems able to paint are horrific scenes of death and violence. It's based on a manga story of the same name. It was made way back in 1969. ROBIN HARRIS: LIVE FROM THE COMEDY ACT THEATER (The W at Amazon)- You might only know him because of BEBE'S KIDS, but he was pretty damn funny before the kids stuff. THE SCOOBY-DOO/DYNOMUT HOUR: COMPLETE SERIES (The W at Amazon)- FUCK YEAH! This was the series that introduced up the the awesomeness that is Scooby-Dum. THREE'S COMPANY: SEASON 6 (The W at Amazon)- I actually think I liked Joyce DeWitt over Suzanne Sommers... call me crazy. THE TOXIC AVENGER (UMD for PSP) (The W at Amazon)- ...because that's just what every parent needs, to have a young child under the age of 10 watching THE TOXIC AVENGER! UNDERTAKING BETTY (The W at Amazon)- Excellent little film featuring Christopher Walken and Alfred Molina playing rival undertakers (YES, the know how to sell, hahaha) after the same woman. WALKING TALL: THE SERIES (The W at Amazon)- Bo Svenson took over the roll that Joe Don Baker made famous for this early eighties NBC series. It wasn't all that bad, I remember L.Q.Jones being in an episode and also I remember Merlin Olsen played a bad guy trying to kill the main character as well. -----
A Free Enterprise special edition director's cut? If they fixed the ending, I'm totally on board. And I don't know how you can say that Bad Religion sounds better live than studio, because they are the only band that I honestly can't tell the difference between their live tracks and their albums. It's uncanny.
Originally posted by CerebusHARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE (The W at Amazon)- This is the one where I think I finally admitted to myself that Emma Watson is rather hot in a creepy kind of way. She's really 'filled out' since the first film.
Well I should hope so, seeing as she was only 11 when the first Harry Potter came out.
I've been seeing ads for it on BBC America. I'm glad there there is new commentary because the commentary they have now with the directors suck. They hardly do any commentating at all. You just hear them laugh for about 30 mins. Quite boring.