William Shatner DVD club

starbreeze
writes, While not a film/tv review, more of a
website review that I thought folks would be
interested in. For the hardcore sci-fi/horror/fantasy
fan, William
Shatner has created a DVD club
. While it could be
a chance for someone to unload their bargain bin, they
claim Shatner has hand picked these movies for your
enjoyment. For $47.99/year you get one DVD per month,
which works out to $4/DVD. While I’ve not yet joined,
I’ve pondered it, and I thought anyone else who
frequented bureau42 might be interested.
It does
look interesting. I’m running short on storage space
for my collection, but I’m considering this.

5 replies on “William Shatner DVD club”

  1. is says:

    really is tempting…
    good deal, possibly interesting movies…
    It’s like renting, but letting Shatner choose and you never have to give it back.

    Hmmmm

  2. icars says:

    Canada need not apply
    Its only available to us addresses. :(

    When you think about it, its ironic that a canadian tv
    star’s club is not available to canadians….

    I was actually going to try it. Hey If you get more then 2
    or 3 good movies a year, it’s worth it. Then again, I
    stopped renting dvds, and started buying them.

  3. reptile says:

    Bargain bin
    Sadly, this looks like bargain bin unloading.

    One of the sample movies they list is Dragon Storm, one of sci-fi channel’s low-budget monstrosities. I actually rented this one from Netflix and it was so bad it was funny… presumably that’s not the theme they’re going for, though.

    • y42 says:

      Re: Bargain bin

      so bad it was funny… presumably that’s not the theme they’re going for, though.

      We’re talking about the same Shatner, are we? ;- )

      • is says:

        Re: Bargain bin

        <BLOCKQUOTE TYPE="cite">
        so bad it was funny… presumably that’s not the theme they’re going for, though.
        </BLOCKQUOTE>
        We’re talking about the same Shatner, are we? ;- )

        Well, I’m back to provide some insight.
        1: Ginger Snaps
        2: Wolves of Wall Street
        3: Immortel
        4: King of the Ants

        These are utter crap. Ginger Snaps was the best one and it was still not good.

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