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Accidental Tourist, The (1988) (Warner Brothers)

American Graffiti (Drive-In Double Feature) (Universal)

An American Tail (1986) (Universal)

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991) (Universal)

An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster (2000) (Universal)

An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (1999) (Universal)

Assassin Swordsman (Image)

Babar: The Movie (1989)

Barney Miller: Complete First Season (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Belly (Special Edition) (1998) (Artisan)

Best Friends (1982) (Warner Brothers)

Biloxi Blues (1988) (Universal)

Black Gunn (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Black Horizon (2001)

Blacula (1972) (MGM)

Bottom Feeders (1998)

Cabin Fever (Special Edition) (2003) (Lions Gate)

Children of the Century (2002)

Conan: The Complete Quest (2-DVD Set) (1982/1984) (Universal)

Cuba Feliz (Koch)

Derrida (2002)

Evenhand (2002) (Hart Sharp)

Everybody's All-American (Warner Brothers)

Fist of the Red Dragon (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Flipper (Universal)

For Love of Ivy (MGM)

Gamera vs Monster X / Monster from a Prehistoric Planet (Image)

Gene Autry: Back in the Saddle (Image)

Gene Autry: Under Fiesta (Image)

Ghosts (Image)

Hammer (MGM)

Heroic Duo (Special Edition) (Image)

Hope, Gloves and Redemption (Pathfinder)

Humongous (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Ikiru (Criterion)

Intimacy (Koch)

It's Alive! / Year 2889 (Image)

Jet Lag (2003) (Buena Vista)

Judgment Night (1993) (Universal)

Kanto Wanderer (Home Vision)

Kestrel's Eye (First Run Pictures)

Killing Spring, A (2002)

Lady In Black (Image)

Little Rascals, The (1994) (Universal)

Lobster Man from Mars (1989)

Madame Bamboo (Image)

Manic (2003) (MGM)

Manny and Lo (1996) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Marci X (2003) (Paramount)

Meet the Feebles (1990)

Monkey Hustle (1976) (MGM)

MXP: Most Xtreme Primate (2003) (Buena Vista)

Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Open Range (2003) (Buena Vista)

Overnight Delivery (1996) (New Line)

Pokemon Heroes (2002) (Buena Vista)

Pressure Point (1962) (MGM)

Protection (2001)

Repo Man (Universal)

Rules of the Game, The (Criterion Edition) (1939)

Scream, Blacula, Scream (1973) (MGM)

Sidney Poitier Collection, The (MGM)

Slap Shot (2-Movie Fan Pack) (Universal)

Smokey and the Bandit (Persuit Pack) (1977) (Universal)

Soul Cinema, The Best of (MGM)

Spacked Out (Image)

Spellbound (2003) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Stargate SG-1: Season Five (5-DVD Set) (2002)

Stepmonster (1992)

Stop! or my Mom will Shoot (1992) (Universal)

Swimming Pool (Universal)

Swing Shift (1984) (Warner Brothers)

Tattooed Life (Home Vision)

Trespass (Universal)

Underworld Beauty (Home Vision)

Virgil Bliss (First Run Pictures)

Way Past Cool (2000)

Way We Laughed, The (New Yorker)

Wilby Conspiracy, The (1975) (MGM)

Yana's Friends (First Run Pictures)

Zarkorr! The Invader (1996)

 

For me: Barney Miller S1, Cabin Fever and Open Range.

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Anyone know if the first two American Tail DVDs are truly full frame only as initialy announced by Universal?

I only checked on the 1st one on various sites and found that it is full frame and, strangely enough, DTS! They couldn't (or wouldn't) make a widescreen transfer yet spring for a 2nd 5.1 sound format. Go figure.

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I only checked on the 1st one on various sites and found that it is full frame and, strangely enough, DTS! They couldn't (or wouldn't) make a widescreen transfer yet spring for a 2nd 5.1 sound format. Go figure.

 

And a pointless sound format at that. :x

 

I've really not cared much for the way DVD now being as big as it is has allowed for a lot of cost cutting, rushed releases and more and more full frame release. Universal has been most guilty over the past 18 months of some seriously flawed releases be it the Back to the Future framing errors, appaling marketing on E.T, mastering errors on Monty Python's Meaning of Life, and so on.... and now we see them release a number of non-OAR titles. It's disturbing, even Disney is looking to make future widescreen releases of their live action films limited releases in favour of full frame taking up most of the shelf space.

 

Daniel

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Finished watching Once Upon a Time in Mexico and Cabin Fever. My opinions? (especially since I haven't seen them since going to the theater for my first viewings):

 

Once Upon a Time In Mexico: Like it even more. Sure its story heavy (to its detriment) but Depp is as enjoyable as always and some of the action sequences are killer (Still love the "Pistolero" tune).

 

Cabin Fever: Best damned film of its type released in a really long time. Its funny, its got great atmosphere. Awesome performances the whole way around. Definitely the spritual cousin of the Evil Dead films.

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How are the El Mariachi and Desperado DVDs that come in the 2 pack? As in have they been replaced by other Special Editions?

 

Cabin Fever is one of the best films to come out in a long time.

 

BTW at BB last night I saw a bunch of good movies marked down to $14.99, personally picked up Cowboy Bebop: The Movie and The Pianist both for $14.99.

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How are the El Mariachi and Desperado DVDs that come in the 2 pack? As in have they been replaced by other Special Editions?

The ones in the set are the SE's that replaced the older versions.

 

I sat down for a double feature last night:

Open Range: WOW I'm shocked at how good this film was.

Once Upon a Time: Sucked. I'm probably in the minority here.

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