Weekly Digital Disc Picks – July 28, 2009

The second great consecutive week. Hope you saved up for them.

First, the DVD picks:

Now, the Blu-Ray picks:

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Since the general rule of this is to pick something I’ve seen before… I don’t really have much of anything. However, I will be renting This Is Spinal Tap on Blu-Ray, and Green Lantern: First Flight.” Fiziko says, “I’m in a similar position. The only titles this week I’ve seen in totality that I enjoyed are 12 Monkeys, Spectacular Spider-Man and This Is Spinal Tap. However, Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, Torchwood and Green Lantern: First Flight are all on the must-own list.”

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  2. Jethro says:

    Season 2 of Doc Martin is also coming out next week. Not in any way shape or form a genre show, but a very funny and entertaining show nonetheless.

    I’m glad to see the good Life on Mars come out, too – for people who haven’t seen the UK version, it’s soooooooooo much better than the crappy US knockoff.

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  4. GrimSean says:

    Ahem…. Middleman. The Middleman. Is out.

    Run and buy that like your life depended on it, especially if you like the Adam West Batman TV show or Green Hornet which are the closest things I can think of to compare it to.

    Nobody saw it and everyone should! So criminally underrated that the critics should be charged!

    • Fez says:

      Agreed, The Middleman is a must-buy.

      Every second of it was highly enjoyable, and I was very sad to hear they canceled it. I really, really wanted to see more of it, and perhaps the DVD sales will be so good that they’ll do something else… sort of like Firefly.

      • Fez says:

        Just to add some emphasis: I really don’t have the money to be spending on DVDs right now, but forced to choose between Dollhouse and The Middleman, I’d be buying The Middleman first, even as much as my wife and I love Dollhouse and much of Joss’ work.

      • Alas, for my budget is even more tight at the moment, but I will be NetFlixing this (and companies do get royalties for NetFlix rentals).

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