Warner talks home video

Home Theater Forum had a chat with people from Warner
Home Video the other day, which has been transcripted
over at this
digital bits page
. The article is huge, so I
can’t cover all of it, but some genre notables
mentioned as being on the schedule include The
Flash
, Witchblade, Smallville:
Season Four
, Lois and Clark: The New
Adventures of Superman
, Superman serials
from the 1940s, King Kong (finally! Yay!),
Looney Tunes: Golden Collection Vol. 3, a new
release of The Wizard of Oz, possible special
editions of the Batman and Superman
films, Poltergeist, and a lot of animated
titles. (When asked about “Tiny Toon Adventures,
Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Freakazoid, Road
Rovers, the Quick Draw McGaw Show, the Son of Kong,
Mighty Joe Young 1949, John K. and Spumco’s Yogi and
Jetsons shorts, seasons 2 and 3 of the Jetsons,
Flintstones on the Rocks, Ralph Bakshi’s Hey, Good
Lookin’, the unsold pilot of ‘Gizmo and the Gremlins’
and/or Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs,” the answer
was “YES.”) They also discuss several non-genre
releases, including a second Film Noir box
set, which really catches my attention.

3 replies on “Warner talks home video”

  1. AceCaseOR says:

    Hoping this isn’t an April Fools Joke…
    Because I’d be interested in getting either or both seasons of Witchblade on DVD. I liked that show.

  2. y42 says:

    Boxes
    Did the article say anything about Warner and their cheap, crappy cardboard DVD boxes… possibly of their plans to not use those horrible things anymore? They mess up my nice, orderly DVD shelf with their crappyness.

    • teraph says:

      Re: Boxes

      Did the article say anything about Warner and their cheap, crappy cardboard DVD boxes… possibly of their plans to not use those horrible things anymore? They mess up my nice, orderly DVD shelf with their crappyness.

      Amen. I have passed on the chance to buy movies I really liked because they were packaged in those pieces of garbage.

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