Weekly Digital Disk Picks for May 3rd, 2011

We have another very, very lackluster week this week.

Title DVD Release(s) Blu-Ray Release(s)
Kung Fu Dunk Amazon.com Amazon.com
Ghost Sweeper Mikami Collection 4 Amazon.com, rightstuf.com
Art House
Fat Girl: The Criterion Collection Amazon.com
Smiles of a Summer Night: Criterion Collection Amazon.com
Classics (Cult)
Bonnie and Clyde vs. Dracula Amazon.com
Blaine: I can’t imagine how a movie with this title could be good, but I just couldn’t ignore it.
The Man Who Could Cheat Death / The Skull Amazon.com
Ninjas vs. Vampires Amazon.com
Blaine: See the comment on “Bonnie and Clyde vs. Vampires”
Classics (Traditional)
“Houdini” and “Those Daring Young Men and Their Jaunty Jalopies” Amazon.com
Alex: I haven’t seen Houdini, but I have seen “Those Daring Young Men and Their Jaunty Jalopies”, and it’s definitely inferior to the earlier “Those Magnficent Men In Their Flying Machines.”
According to Jim: Season Three Amazon.com
Boy Meets World: Complete Season Five Amazon.com
The Dilemma Amazon.com Amazon.com
Drop Dead Diva: Complete Second Season Amazon.com
The PJs: Season One Amazon.com
Alex: This is the Claymation Sitcom produced by and starring Eddie Murphy that was ultimately responsible for the end of Will Vinton Studios.
The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain Amazon.com
Melrose Place, Season Six Vol. 1 Amazon.com
The Yards Amazon.com
Make It or Break It: Season Two, Volume Three Amazon.com
The Thief and the Cobbler Amazon.com
The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina Amazon.com
What Dreams May Come Amazon.com
Being Human: Season 3 Amazon.com Amazon.com
Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later Amazon.com
Music / Musical
Dirty Jobs: Collection 7 Amazon.com
Penn and Teller BS: Season Eight Amazon.com
From Prada to Nada Amazon.com Amazon.com
Science Fiction
All The Right Moves Amazon.com
The Crow: City of Angels Amazon.com
The Green Hornet (2011) Amazon.com Blu-Ray 3D / Blu-Ray / DVD combo, Blu-Ray
The Super Hero Squad Show: Quest for the Infinity Sword Vol. 4 Amazon.com
The Malta Story Amazon.com
T.A.P.S. Amazon.com
Twelve O’Clock High Amazon.com
The Way To The Stars AKA Johnny in the Clouds Amazon.com

Finally, the picks of the week. Blaine says, “Once again, I recommend holding out for a more prominent week.” Alex says, “Agreed. Unless you’re collecting Ghost Sweeper Mikami, there’s nothing good to get this week.”

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  1. I am mildly curious to see how What Dreams May Come would look like on Blu-Ray, I may have to put that in the queue to rent. The visuals were quite good, though I haven’t seen it in years so I’m not sure how well it has held up over time vs. my memory.

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