Weekly Digital Disc Picks – September 21, 2010

Title DVD Release(s) Blu-Ray Release(s)
Human Target: Season One DVD Blu-Ray
The Peacemaker Blu-Ray
Spartacus: Blood and Sand – Complete First Season DVD Blu-Ray
Bleach: Vol. 32 DVD
Alex: This is all filler, but with comedy filler episodes, so they might be worth watching – Hitsuguya leads a soccer team to victory, and Ikkaku ends up in charge of Karakura-cho High’s kendo team. Hilarity ensues.
Dragon Ball GT Complete DVD
Dragon Ball Z – Dragon Box, Collection 4 DVD
Ghost Hunt – S.A.V.E Edition DVD
Initial D – First Stage, Part 1 DVD
Samurai Seven, Viridian Collection DVD
Slayers Evolution-R Blu-Ray
Slayers Revolution Blu-Ray
Xam’d – Collection 1 DVD Blu-Ray
Art House
The Actuality Dreams of Allan King (Criterion Eclipse Series) DVD
Includes Warrendale, A Married Couple, Come on Children, Dying at Grace, and Memory for Max, Claire, Ida and Company.
Legend of Bruce Lee DVD
Classics (Cult)
Gamera vs. Guiron / Gamera vs. Jiger DVD
Gamera vs. Gyaos / Gamera vs. Viras DVD
30 Rock: Season Four DVD
Community: Season One DVD
How I Met Your Mother: Season Five DVD
Modern Family: Season One DVD Blu-Ray
Two and a Half Men: Season Seven DVD
American Beauty Blu-Ray
Being Human: Season Two DVD Blu-Ray
Desperate Housewives: Season Six DVD
Blaine: I wasn’t particularly impressed with the show, but I’ve got to admit they’ve got consistently great package art on these releases.
The Hills: Season Six DVD
Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Year 11 DVD
Robin Hood Single Disc DVD or Two Disc Unrated Director’s Cut DVD Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
He’s Your Dog, Charlie Brown DVD
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaur 3D DVD
Bizet’s Carmen DVD
The Metropolitan Opera performance of the opera.
Castle: Season Two DVD
Charade (Criterion Collection) Blu-Ray
The Mentalist: Complete Season Two DVD
Hell’s Kitchen: Season Three DVD
Mythbusters: Collection 6 DVD
TNA Wrestling: Best of the Asylum Years, Vol. 1 DVD
Collection of matches from TNA’s very early years.

Finally, the picks of the week. Alex says, “Just to stick with what I have seen before, I’m going to go with Bizet’s Carmen. It’s a very nicely done production that I was particularly impressed with. Slayers Revolution and Evolution R will be going in my Netflix Queue.” Blaine says, “similarly, Charade is the title I can strongly recommend based on past viewing. However, given the strength of the first season, Castle: Season Two is a must-own title for me.”

5 replies on “Weekly Digital Disc Picks – September 21, 2010”

  1. +1 for Castle Season 2 here. Also, How I Met Your Mother is surprisingly enjoyable for a sitcom. (And stars Alyson Hannigan, among others)

    I didn’t realize Mythbusters was up to vol. 6. They release the oddest sets, it seems. I’d much prefer full seasons.

  2. Just want to mention that Spartacus: Blood and Sand was pretty good, except for the CGI blood (‘real’ fake blood I’m OK with). I mean we waited HOW long to see Lucy Lawless naked? Plus it was pretty decent drama.

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