We’re getting into spring (in most of the populated
parts of the northern half of the world), and that
means the DVD releases are starting to get better.
First, the genre releases:
Special Edition: I keep hearing about this movie
from film lovers,
but I’ve never seen it.
Tunes, Volumes 1 and 2: This was an amusing
Bunny Is Comin’ To Town: Why didn’t someone tell
me there’s a
Rankin/Bass Easter special?
Flintstones – The Complete Fifth Season: There
were only six
seasons of the show’s run, so it should be finished in
Roddenberry’s Andromeda Season Five, Collection
Four: I don’t
remember how many seasons this series ran.
and the Goblet of Fire: This link is to the two
Eyes: Wes Craven directed.
Castle: Nominated for the 2005 Best Animated
Totoro: More Miyazaki goodness.
Now, the non-genre releases:
Bunch – The Fifth and Final Season: Thus ends the
– 65th Anniversary Collection: Keaton is my
screen comedian. Great, great stuff.
Show – Season Two: This was great when it
Angel: More Fox film noir.
Enterprise: Now this is funny.
– Complete Third Season: This was a fun
Telegraph Hill: Film noir directed by Robert
Collector’s Edition: A war movie directed by Sam
Ultimate Film Collection: 25 movies for $21. That
Out: Fox film noir.
Complete First Season: Another 70s cop drama.
Join Collection: Includes Clockers,
Fever, Do The Right Thing, Mo’
Criterion Collection: This is a rerelease, but a
Finally, the pick of the week. I’d have to go with
Traffic. It was just a very good movie, with
excellent stylistic qualities that Soderbergh is so