It’s the second time I’ve tried to buy Godzilla 2000. The seller cancelled on me last time (item was damaged, I think they said). Hopefully I’ll have more luck this time.
Got the following the last couple of days:
Jaws Box Set
That Sinking Feeling
The Playgirls and the Vampire
A bunch turned up yesterday:
Sherlock Holmes Edition
Adriano Celentano Collection Vol. 2
Miami Vice - The Complete Series
Lips of Blod
Millenium / R.O.T.O.R.
The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant
Queen of Blood
Rage of Honor
Pray for Death
Wow, looks like it will make up for their messed up release a few years ago
Upgrade from another blu-ray and a DVD set:
From memory, I seem to recall that there are a few ‘Marx Brothers’ fans on the ‘SWDB’…
Released on May 15th, this is for all of you, who enjoy a simple diet of Cocoanuts, Animal Crackers, and Duck Soup…
and; to follow up…Horse Feathers, and a wee bit of Monkey Business…
Also just pre-ordered:
Being both a fan of the late, great Lewis Collins (The Professionals), and the one constant star in our Universe, Michael Caine, I am looking forward to this ITV adaption being released, on Blu-ray. My only reservation is, perhaps, that it was initially shot in 4:3. This Blu-ray release, by ‘Network’, will be in ‘widescreen’…better picture quality, but less screen image, perchance?
The 5 early Marx Bros films are the real deal of the Marxens. Apart from Duck Soup not that well directed, but incredibly funny.
When they changed from Paramount to MGM the sentimental and conventional aspects began to take over.
This is true but the MGM films still contain some of their best and funniest sequences. A Night at the Opera in particular has some standout stuff in it. And the excessive songs and romantic fluff at least give you an opportunity to grab another beer from the fridge.
I seem to remember, Phil, that you are a wee bit partial to the zany antics of the ‘Marx Brothers’?
A bundle of Code Red-titles turned up today:
The Jigsaw Murders
Devil Times Five
The Black Gestapo
Just got the new Arrow Video 4-movie House Collection:
Sold out from Arrow so scoop it up while you can