Weekly DVD Picks – January 24, 2006

Another week, another round of DVDs.

First, the genre releases:

Now, the non-genre releases:

Finally, the pick of the week. I’ll have to go with
Time Tunnel
Vol. 1
, for some good old-fashioned science
fiction television.
Check it out.

4 replies on “Weekly DVD Picks – January 24, 2006”

  1. Jethro says:

    *faints*
    Time Tunnel… on DVD??!? In MY LIFETIME??!? Ohmygodohmygodohmygodohmygoooooddddddddddddd!!!!! *swoons like schoolgirl*

    Man I love that show. I used to have a bunch of them on the computer that I captured from the SciFi channel, but I managed to lose them somehow. I am VERY happy to see this.

    Also, ‘Allo ‘Allo! is a wonderful show. I don’t know if it was ever shown in the US to any extent. I have the first three seasons and have been waiting for S4 (:

    • Jethro says:

      Re: *faints*
      Yeah, replying to myself (;

      Ok, first, I’m concerned about it being "Time Tunnel Vol 1". That show only had one season so what’s "vol. 1"? Half of it?

      Second, "’Allo ‘Allo" is NOT based in any way on Hogan’s Heros. I know that that was just used as a base for comparison, but it’s just really, really not!

      • fiziko says:

        Re: *faints*

        Ok, first, I’m concerned about it being "Time Tunnel Vol
        1". That show only had one season so what’s "vol. 1"? Half
        of it?

        That’s exactly what it is, somewhat like the last two
        seasons of Lost In Space.

        Second, "’Allo ‘Allo" is NOT based in any way on Hogan’s
        Heros. I know that that was just used as a base for
        comparison, but it’s just really, really not!

        Which is why I said "like." They are similar genres,
        though not connected through any production, characters,
        etc. I’m sorry if I gave anyone a different impression.

        • Jethro says:

          Re: *faints*

          That’s exactly what it is, somewhat like the last two
          seasons of Lost In Space.

          Greeeat. So now I have the "Buy It Now Or Wait Till It Comes Out In One Nice Package" thing going…

          Which is why I said "like." They are similar genres,
          though not connected through any production, characters,
          etc. I’m sorry if I gave anyone a different impression.

          I know, I know that’s not what you meant, but it’s sounded kinda like when the Mr Bean movie came out and people in the US were saying "Rowan Atkinson is like the British Jim Carey". I know you didn’t mean it like that but it just kinda pokes at you, you know? (:

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