The sheer volume of releases is starting to pick up,
breaking the 400 title per week mark once more. (In
fact, there are 483 titles listed on Amazon.com for
First, the genre releases:
Trinity: I finally picked up the original
Blade, but I
still haven’t seen any in the series.
I don’t remember even hearing about this one, but it
came out last year.
Wax: See the original, before they release the
Lost – Season Three: I’ve got my copy on preorder.
This is the
season when Rick vanished, and was replaced by Uncle
Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events: Jim
Carrey seems to have
finally realized the maturity level of his
6: No, they never made the first five. From what
I hear, that’s
the only possible explanation for how they got the
budget to do number
Now, the non-genre releases:
(Special Edition): A respected film I have no
Nation: Yet another release. It’s amazing to see
how advanced the
filmmaking was compared to the rest of 1915, and yet
how backwards the
actual content was. Truly bizarre combination.
Father: The complete collection of an amusing
’70: A remastered and restored edition of a film
I’d never heard
of that has a great cast and crew. The directorial
somewhat like Four Rooms, including the likes
Fellini. It could well be worth a look.
Italian Style: A Criterion Collection release of a
sounds very interesting.
Finally, the pick of the week. Normally, I don’t pick
haven’t seen. However, in this case, you don’t buy
the pick because
you like it. Rather, you pick this up because your
mother likes it.
An eight movie Doris
Collection is being released just in time for
Mother’s Day. It’s
a good choice for the shoppers out there.