Weekly Digital Disc Picks – September 22, 2009

This week has notable content from Star Trek, Wallace and Gromit and the Criterion Collection. TV seasons continue to trickle out as well.

First, the DVD picks:

Now, the Blu-Ray picks:

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “I’m going to go with the Star Trek Next Gen collection. If you didn’t like the Next Gen movies, get Shawn of the Dead and/or Hot Fuzz on Blu-Ray. If you don’t have Blu-Ray, get the new Motion Picture Collection on DVD (IIRC it’s a slim-pack so it will take less space then your old Special Edition DVDs, even if you only had 2, 4, and 6).” Blaine says, “I’m with Alex on the Star Trek Blu-Ray as the first pick, but I’d go with a Wallace and Grommit collection as the second choice.”

11 replies on “Weekly Digital Disc Picks – September 22, 2009”

  1. Jethro says:

    Hey, can there be a paragraph break before “Now the blu-ray choices” thing?

    • There is in the submitted source. WordPress pulled out the </p> for the display here. Even so, the follow up of the <p> tag that follows for the Blu-Ray list is intact. I don’t know why it’s displaying without a gap. The revamped site seems to do this often when a paragraph ends with a list.

      • Chad Cloman says:

        After doing some research, it’s because of your CSS properties in the style sheet. Paragraphs starting with the P tag have a top margin/padding of zero but include a bottom margin to create the proper spacing. Lists with the UL tag, however, have a zero margin/padding on both the top and the bottom.

        To fix this, go into the style.css file for the WordPress template and add the following to the “.entry ul” rule:

        margin-bottom: 8px;

        Feel free to email me if you need any help on this.

              (HTML entity test, please ignore)

  2. Chad Cloman says:

    Oops. Here is the correct response:

    After doing some research, it’s because of your CSS properties in the style sheet. Paragraphs starting with the P tag have a top margin/padding of zero but include a bottom margin to create the proper spacing. Lists with the UL tag, however, have a zero margin/padding on both the top and the bottom.

    To fix this, go into the style.css file for the WordPress template and add the following to the .entry ul rule:

       margin-bottom: 8px;

    Feel free to email me if you need any help on this.

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