There’s another round of DVD releases this week.
Things are starting to pick up this month. The week
of March 28 will be an expensive one. In fact, it’ll
probably be the most expensive week for me until
Warner’s first “Super Day” on June 20.
First, the genre releases:
Family Fun Edition: A new release of the Fox
Legend of the Rangers: It doesn’t have the
but it is the only produced Babylon 5 TV product I
don’t own, so it’s
hard to say no.
Stars – Anime Legends Complete Collection: This
seems to be part
of a packaging series by Bandia.
original is now available without the sequel in its
2: The sequel is now available without the
original in its new
Jeannie – The Complete First Season (Black and
White): I love the
options they give the buyer. Check out the next
Jeannie – The Complete First Season (Color): Once
again, you can
choose the original version of the season, or the
colorized version to
stay consistent with later seasons.
Super Cool Edition: Just in time to promote the
Marionette J – Anime Legends Complete Collection:
“Complete Collection” release.
Complete Collection: It’s a Bandai complete
without the “Anime Legends” trade dress.
Now, the non-genre releases:
Psycho: This looks like a rerelease of the unrated
– Ultimate Edition – Unrated Director’s Cut: Just
in case you
really wanted to see those extra seconds.
Complete Fourth Season: For those of us who want
our mysteries to
contain an actual mystery.
– The Complete Series: To make a profit on TV, you
need 10 million
viewers. To make a profit on DVD, you need 1 million
where’s my complete set of “John Woo’s Once A
is the Dean Cain movie, not the TV series.
Season Five: I used to really enjoy this
Man of the
Year: This didn’t get a North American
distributor, but it won
awards at film festivals for acting, cinematography,
best film, and
other varied categories. It could be worth checking
Wrote – The Complete Third Season: Just four more
to go until we
get the Straczynski contributions.
The Complete First Season: It’s kind of like the
Angels movies and show, only with funnier scripts
attractive women. The first season was actually quite
a lot of fun.
Cell: Another well reviewed series I haven’t
- VIP –
Complete First Season: This is supposed to have a
to She Spies, but as much as I enjoyed that,
I couldn’t sit
through a complete episode of this.
Oh, just one more thing. The pick of the week is
Columbo – The
Complete Fourth Season. Guest stars in this (six
include Robert Conrad, Dick Van Dyke, Robert Vaughn,
George Hamilton, and Leslie Anne Warren.