We’ve got a lot of choices this week, but none are
First, the genre releases:
Stars – Anime Legends Complete Collection: Man,
going nuts with this series.
Boris and Natasha, Vol. 1: Featuring exerpts from
the “Rocky and
Rocky And Bullwinkle Vol. 1: A companion DVD.
Remix 5: This series continues.
Professional Therapist, Season One: Man, that
drives me up the wall.
Complete Collection – Vol. 1: More Bandai
Horror – Don Coscarelli: This chapter is from the
man who brought
us Bubba Ho-Tep.
Horror – Mick Garris: Another collection in the
G-Gundam: Anime Legends Complete Collection, Vol.
1: I assume this
is related to the next item.
Gundam – Complete Collection 2: Does anyone else
chuckle when a
“complete collection” comes in more than one
McPhee: The family film from earlier this
Marionette J TO X – Anime Legends Complete
Collection: Bandai must
be churning these out 24/7.
Now, the non-genre releases:
Blows: Criterion goodness.
Heroes Collection: Three war movies from
Show – The Complete Sixth Season: Thus ends the
Knotts left due to scheduling conflicts, and the
series just couldn’t
last without him.
House 2: Just in case the first wasn’t enough for
Chong’s Nice Dreams: Just in case you need a
Loves Raymond – Complete Sixth Season: I’ll never
this lasted so long. I really enjoy Peter Boyle and
but even they can’t fix what’s wrong with this
Life – Complete First and Second Seasons: I
enjoyed this when I
was very young.
Girls – Season Five: This one had a very specific
and reached it well.
Boy: I didn’t even hear about this one.
Spring: More from the Criterion Collection. How
can you go wrong?
Goes On –
The Complete First Season: I really enjoyed this
show. I wouldn’t
want to live in that town, given the high frequency of
diseases, but it was still a good show.
This is a link to the two disk edition.
World: Another telling of the Pocahontas
Exposure – First and Second Seasons: Repackaged at
a much lower
Adventure (Special Edition): Timed to coincide
with the remake, no
doubt. This one is well worth watching.
The Complete Second Season: The well reviewed
Dennis Leary show.
This is a two disk special edition.
It…: This comes out on regular DVD and on HD-DVD
Season Three: Another well reviewed comedy I
haven’t seen. (The
only sitcom I’m watching is My Name Is
50th Anniversary Edition: For the Phil Silvers
– Season Four: I enjoyed the first couple seasons,
but tuned out
when they decided to rewrite the year and pretending
Inferno (Special Edition): Another Irwin Allen
– Complete Sixth Season: I don’t remember if Aaron
involved with this season or not.
Finally, the pick of the week. The first season of
On is a quality show, that will likely hold up to
memories of watching it during junior high. Check it