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1990: The Bronx Warriors (1983) (Media Blasters)

Abigail's Party (1977)

Aero-Troopers (2003)

Allen Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (MGM)

Andrez Wajda Collector?s Box Set (Vanguard)

Arthur Cohn Presents (Box Set) (Home Vision)

Beyond Tomorrow (1940)

Camp (2003) (MGM)

Charley Bowers (Image)

Chase, The (1966) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Contamination (Blue Underground)

Cyrano de Bergerac (MGM)

Death: A Love Story (1999)

Death Wish 2 (MGM)

Death Wish 3 (MGM)

Death Wish 4 (MGM)

Fertile Memory (Kino)

Fire Birds (1990)

Flesh + Blood (MGM)

Foolproof (2003)

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001)

Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000)

Grown Ups (1980)

Halfaouine: Boy of the Terraces (1990) (Kino)

Hamlet (1990) (Warner Bros.)

Hildegarde (2001)

History of the Cinema, The (Box Set) (Delta)

Hour of the Wolf (MGM)

In the Year of 13 Moons (1978)

It was a Wonderful Life (1993) (Docurama)

Journeys with George (2002)

Just One of the Guys (1985) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Keiko in Peligro (Vanguard)

King Solomon's Mines (MGM)

Kiss, The (1988) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Kitchen Party (Vanguard)

Kitsch (Vanguard)

La Chamade (MGM)

Le Corbeau / The Raven (Criterion)

Long Island Cannibal Massacre (1980) (Image)

Man Without a Face (1993) (Warner Bros.)

Martha (1974)

Matchstick Men (2003) (Warner Bros.)

Missing (2003) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Motives (2003) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

My Life Without Me (2003) (Columbia/Tri-Star)

Myster of Rampo (MGM)

Naked Weapon (2002) (Hart Sharp)

Oblomov (Kino)

On_Line (Wolfe)

Oz: The Complete Third Season (4-DVD Set) (2000)

Passion Of Anne, The (MGM)

Persona (MGM)

Philip Marlowe Vol 2 (Goldhil)

Pieces of April (2003) (MGM)

Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills (1996)

Quartet (1981)

Queer as Folk: The Complete Third Season (5-DVD Set) (2002)

Red Blood (2001)

Revenge of Gabino Barrera, The (Vanguard)

Richard III (Criterion Edition) (1955)

Roadhouse 66 (MGM)

Salvatore Guiliano (Criterion Edition) (1962)

Scarlet Pimpernel (1982) (Image)

Serpent's Egg, The (MGM)

Shame (MGM)

Shape of Things to Come (Blue Underground)

Shintaro Katsu's Zatoichi (Media Blasters)

Split Decision (2000) (First Run Pictures)

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) (Buena Vista)

Star Trek: Voyager: The Complete First Season (5-DVD Set) (1995)

Sweet Ecstacy (First Run Pictures)

Teddy Bears' Picnic (2001) (Velocity)

That Championship Season (MGM)

They Don't Cut the Grass Anymore (1985) (Image)

Tom Dowd and the Language of Music (Rhino)

Weasels Rip My Flesh (Image)

Wedding in Galilee, A (1987) (Kino)

Wisconsin Death Trip (1999) (Home Vision)

Wrong Arm of the Law, The (1963) (Koch)

X-15 (MGM)

 

For me: Oz Season 3.

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Just One of the Guys (1985) (Columbia/Tri-Star) - Really guilty pleasure but her brother Buddy is an absolute riot. Oh and Sherilyn Fenn too ;)

 

Kiss, The (1988) (Columbia/Tri-Star) - Really terribly B horror movie that I used to watch over and over again. Don't ask me why I like it, I just do. :D

 

Oz: The Complete Third Season (4-DVD Set) (2000)

Richard III (Criterion Edition) (1955)

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Originally posted by FutureVoid@Feb 21 2004, 06:49 PM

Just One of the Guys (1985) (Columbia/Tri-Star) - Really guilty pleasure but her brother Buddy is an absolute riot. Oh and Sherilyn Fenn too ;)

Watch out, Romier. Just One of the Guys is not OAR. Columbia-Tristar unfortunately does not see it fit to release this great 80s flick in its proper format. I'd buy it in a second if it were. :(

 

Another light week for me.

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Several great releases this week...

 

Andrez Wajda Collector?s Box Set

In the Year of 13 Moons - Rainer Werner Fassbinder

Martha - Rainer Werner Fassbinder

Richard III - Laurence Olivier

Salvatore Giuliano - Francesco Rosi

 

From the UK...

The Draughtsman's Contract - Peter Greenaway

Werckmeister Harmonies/Damnation - Bela Tarr

A Zed and Two Noughts - Peter Greenaway

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amazon.com has History of the Cinema for $5.94 (standard shipping is $2.98). The 12-disc collection includes:

 

The Beloved Rogue

The Birth of a Nation

Cabinet Of Dr Caligari

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The General

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Intolerance

Metropolis

Nosferatu, The Vampire

Orphans of the Storm

The Phantom of the Opera

The Battleship Potemkin

 

That's a film school course right there for less than $9.

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I'll definitely be buying The Dick Van Dyke Show Season 3, and possibly Chappele's Show Season 1.

 

Matchstick Men would be a blind buy for me, I might get it at Target's $16.99 price.

 

I'd be all over that History of Cinema set, except I've never once had a pricing mistake (or in some cases a legitimate low price...*glares at BestBuy.com*) honored, so I wouldn't want to give the rest of you my bad luck by trying to preorder it now. ;)

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Originally posted by iainl@Feb 23 2004, 06:32 AM

I'm tempted by the Greenaways, db - Have you confirmed OAR? Greenaway has suffered horribly in terms of full-frame only releases in the UK in the past, which when fancy cinematography is his calling card is just bizarre.

Iainl, a review of The Draughtsman's Contract is here and A Zed and Two Noughts is here. They're both nice anamorphic transfers and loaded with extras, including great commentary tracks by Greenaway.

 

Instead of buying these individual discs, I would recommend getting this French box set, which includes exact ports of these DVDs, plus the two discs of Greenaway's short films released by the bfi a few months ago.

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Spy Kids 3 for my kids. It'll be interesting to see how the 3D goes on the smaller HT screen. In the theater, the 3D was great for pushing images deeper, but not so good at bringing things forward.

 

Anyway, my kids loved the movie, so I'll get it.

 

Wonder how the rental outfits are going to handle renting this movie, and the inevitable non-return of the 3D glasses. Hope they got extras.

 

 

Carlos.

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