The spring season begins, so we’ll have the bi-annual Disney platinum release and a series of comedy classics from various studio vaults.
First, the genre releases:
- The Buster Crabbe Collection: Old Crabbe entries, including some episodes of the serial Flash Gordon.
- Decoys – The Second seduction: I wasn’t aware there had been a first one.
- Doctor Who – The Invasion
- Doctor Who – The Sontaran Experiment
- Dracula – Masterpiece Theatre
- Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends – The Complete Season One
- King Kung Fu: This gorilla knows Kung Fu. I’m tempted to pick it up just to learn if it’s as bad as I assume it has to be.
- Night of the Comet
- Peter Pan – Two Disc Platinum Edition: The Disney version.
- Sabrina The Teenage Witch – The Complete First Season
- Stargate Atlantis – The Complete Second Season
Now, the non-genre releases:
- Borat – Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan: Good luck fitting that title on the spine of the DVD case.
- Confetti: A mockumentary searching for a crazy wedding.
- Electric Company’s Greatest Hits and Bits
- Fast Food Nation
- The Full Monty – Fully Exposed Edition
- Hawaii Five-O – the Complete First Season
- The Hemingway Classics Collection
- John and Mary
- Literary Classics Collection
- Moonlighting – The Fifth and Final Season
- Nadine In Date Land
- Northern Exposure – The Complete Sixth Season
- Private School
- Revenge of the Nerds – Panty Raid Edition
- Revenge of the News: The Atomic Wedgie Collection: There’s a definite theme to the last few releases.
- Saturday Night Live: Best of Steve Martin
- Sonny Chiba Collection
- South Park – Complete Ninth Season
Finally, the pick of the week. I’ve got to go with Peter Pan. It’s a fun movie, and a classic of Disney animation.
More Awfuller Than You Think
This stinker (While it doesn’t quite reach the truly horrible depths of "The Beast from the Beginning of Time"); is plenty bad, alright. Shot by a local TV station, it showcases the talents of the TV station’s employees. Basically; t’s a guy hopping around in a gorilla suit and making various martial-arts moves at the local zoo and a Holiday Inn.
The movie had limited local release (one theater).
It’s a guy in a gorilla suit!
Re: More Awfuller Than You Think
Weren’t they all? ;-)