Weekly DVD Picks – March 27, 2007

The last round of March releases can be found below. Also, I picked up a PS3 to use as a Blu-Ray player this weekend, so I’ll likely be paying much more attention to the high definition releases from now on as quality library titles come out. In the past, it was agreed that HD DVD and Blu-Ray releases would only be mentioned if they came out the same day as the DVD release, but I’m noticed great library titles, or even a mere 2-3 week delay between DVD and higher definition releases. Should I make a distinct, second column each week for HD DVD and Blu-Ray?

First, the genre releases:

Now, the non-genre releases:

Finally, the pick of the week. It’s got to be the “Requiem for a Dream / Pi” two pack. Both are good, but “Requiem for a Dream” is amazing.

6 replies on “Weekly DVD Picks – March 27, 2007”

  1. chad says:

    Second Column
    I would rather not have a mix of regular and high-def DVDs, so I vote for a second column.

    • Timeshredder says:

      One column
      I don’t have a strong opinion, but I would go with one column, and clear indication of whether the release is high-def or not.

      • GrimSean says:

        Re: One column
        Agreed. Two columns for movie releases seems a bit much, and I think the majority of us Bureaucrats are still on DVD.

        • fiziko says:

          Re: One column

          Agreed. Two columns for movie releases seems a bit much, and I think the majority of us Bureaucrats are still on DVD.

          How about this idea to avoid clutter: stop seperating genre and non-genre, and instead have sections for DVD, HD DVD, and Blu-Ray. Does that work?

          • Cunning_Linguist says:

            Re: One column

            Agreed. Two columns for movie releases seems a bit much, and I think the majority of us Bureaucrats are still on DVD.

            How about this idea to avoid clutter: stop seperating genre and non-genre, and instead have sections for DVD, HD DVD, and Blu-Ray. Does that work?

            That would work (for me). :)

  2. robertcr5 says:

    Why Not Pi
    Having one big list would be a good idea, I think. Then there would not be any question whether or not Pi is a genre film.

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