Weekly DVD Releases – January 30, 2007

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we start getting a
flood of titles, many from the old studio archives.


First, the genre releases:


Now, the non-genre releases:

Finally, the pick of the week. In case you hadn’t
guessed by now, it’s The Silence of the
Lambs
.

5 replies on “Weekly DVD Releases – January 30, 2007”

  1. Damien says:

    Celtic Woman – A New Journey: Live at Slane Castle
    I’ve not seen it yet, but I think that’s a concert my boss (Orlando, Florida) has been raving about for what must be two years. Slane is an awesome location for a concert, saw REM there in 1995. Should be good stuff.

    Damien

  2. chad says:

    Silence of the Lambs
    I remember seeing it in a theater. I went to a matinee showing, and after watching it I staggered out of the theater into the daylight. The transition from Silence of the Lambs to normal daylight was just a bit too much for me. Excellent, excellent movie.

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  3. Jethro says:

    Hm
    Ah, Silence of the Lambs. The movie that showed us that even a wonderful actress like Jodie Foster can’t pull off that horrible accent.

  4. Tara Li says:

    Looker
    I don’t think Looker can really be called Sci-Fi. The plot is triggered by an advance in science, but after that, the advance has no real effect on the story – it could as well be any other medical thriller about the little guy vs. the Big Corporations.

    Since Michael Crichton is directing, I am presuming he wrote the original book – though for some reason I was thinking it was F. Paul Wilson (who is also, oddly enough, a medical doctor when not writing).

    • Babbster says:

      Re: Looker

      Since Michael Crichton is directing, I am presuming he wrote the original book – though for some reason I was thinking it was F. Paul Wilson (who is also, oddly enough, a medical doctor when not writing).

      He wrote the movie (which I remember watching as a youngster for the "naughty bits") and I don’t think it’s based on a book at all – at least, I can’t find any evidence of it at IMDB or Mr. Crichton’s official website.

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