Weekly DVD Picks – Tuesday, August 2, 2005

We’ve got a decent week ahead, though the following
week looks even better.

First, the genre releases:

Now, the non-genre releases:

Finally, the pick of the week. Avant
Garde
: This
is a two disk collection from Kino Video, including
some very
experimental films from the 1920s and 1930s. Very
tempting. I find
the entire Avant Garde movement fascinating, as
filmmakers tried to
make films entirely with images, with little or no
story, connections
between images, or even basis in reality. Kino Video
has an excellent
track record for this sort of thing, too.

6 replies on “Weekly DVD Picks – Tuesday, August 2, 2005”

  1. roseblood says:

    who…
    ya gonna call?

    • chad says:

      Re: who…

      ya gonna call?

      GHOSTBUSTERS!

      Love those movies, both of them. Wish they’d done more.

      • y42 says:

        Re: who…

        ya gonna call?

        GHOSTBUSTERS!

        Love those movies, both of them. Wish they’d done more.

        There’s Evolution… it’s a lot like it.

        Then again, I might just be that movie’s one and only fan…

    • y42 says:

      Re: who…

      ya gonna call?

      Maybe Warner to complain about their crappy DVDs…

      Why don’t these cheapskates include the french audio track? There’s plenty of room, and it’s not like they don’t HAVE it available, lying around.

      Freakin’ TWO official languages in “Region 1”! Grrr…

      • fiziko says:

        Re: who…

        Maybe Warner to complain about their crappy DVDs…

        Call Columbia/Tristar instead, since it’s not a Warner
        release.

  2. questor says:

    Tru
    There’s also an item I never thought I’d see: a Best Buy exclusive set (two discs)
    of the second season (six episodes) of Eliza Dushku’s Tru Calling.

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