Weekly DVD Picks – March 28, 2006

We’ve got a rather packed week for releases this week.
It was tough to choose the pick of the week, and I
admit I may have chosen something else had I seen more
of the options.

First, the genre releases:

Now, the non-genre releases:

Finally, the pick of the week. I’d have to go with
the Doctor
Who
set. I haven’t seen the new King
Kong
or
Memoirs of a Geisha yet (though I’ve ordered
both), and I
don’t like recommending anything I haven’t seen, just
in case. The
other tempting choices for the pick of the week
(Planet of the
Apes
, the 1933 King Kong, and the fifth
season of
The X-Files) are all rereleases. However,
every
pre-Eccelston Doctor Who I’ve seen is in that set, and
I enjoyed
them. Give it a chance.

3 replies on “Weekly DVD Picks – March 28, 2006”

  1. Damien says:

    The Lion, Witch & Wardrobe
    The BBC production, while not Oscar material, was still pretty good I thought. Then again I was about 12 when I saw it :)

    Damien

  2. Jethro says:

    Excellent
    I was worried that something really cool will come out while I’m on vacation. Glad to see that ain’t happening! Ok, I’m just trying to brag about being on vacation.

  3. GrimSean says:

    Just what I need, a stuffed ape

    Planet of the Apes – The Ultimate DVD Collection: A 14 DVD set with some rather nifty packaging. Take a look at it, even if you don’t plan to buy it.

    Wow. I thought the packaging for the original Battlestar Galactica was the epitome of the stuffed-head DVD release, but this blows it out of the water.

    I wonder, if you tilt it, does it say "Mama"?

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