Weekly Digital Disc Picks – October 21, 2008

The “New Release” racks are going to be bulging this week.

First, the DVD releases:

Now, the Blu-Ray releases:

Finally, the pick of the week. Am I allowed to pick more than one? With the new Incredible Hulk movie, the latest volumes of Looney Tunes Golden Collection and Warner Gangsters Collection and all the James Bond product (including a new edition of the recent Casino Royale) it’s really hard to narrow down. This is a great week for product, and a crappy week for monthly budgets.

7 replies on “Weekly Digital Disc Picks – October 21, 2008”

  1. Jethro says:

    That was fast!
    You mean I don’t have to look this all up on Amazon and wait till Monday to make comments? (:

    • fiziko says:

      Re: That was fast!

      You mean I don’t have to look this all up on Amazon and wait till Monday to make comments? (:

      Not when I leave work early on Friday because I’m working a long day Saturday. Next week’s will probably hit on Friday, too.

  2. chad says:

    Anaconda THREE?!?
    Wasn’t the first one bad enough?

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    • Damien says:

      Re: Anaconda THREE?!?

      Wasn’t the first one bad enough?

      The first was amusing from the POV that my wife and I guessed every single death in turn, so we were laughing pretty hard by the end.

  3. Timeshredder says:

    Yeah, and "Meatballs" had multiple sequels.

    The Strangers, out this week, was, of course, last week’s Halloween review.

  4. fiziko says:

    Route 66 delayed
    The "Route 66" release that was listed for October 21 when I wrote this on Friday has since been postponed to November 4.

    • Timeshredder says:

      Re: Route 66 delayed

      The "Route 66" release that was listed for October 21 when I wrote this on Friday has since been postponed to November 4.

      I imagine the third season will be next. It features a conceptually interesting, if not brilliantly-executed, Halloween episode with Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Jr., and Peter Lorre.

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