Tuesday, March 18, 2008

NEW RELEASES - MARCH 18, 2008


Alpha Male  *  Atonement  *  Broceliande (France)  *  Day Zero (2008)  *  Don't Drink The Water (1969)  *  Enchanted  *  Five Days  *  I Am Legend  *  Jack Ketchum's The Lost  *  Justice League: The New Frontier  *  Love in the Time of Cholera  *  Revolver  *  Rockaway  *  The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising  *  Southland Tales  *  Revolver  *  When A Man Falls


DOCUMENTARIES:

Lake of Fire  *  Steep  *  Tongues Untied 


NEW BOX SETS:

   After Dark Horrorfest:

Borderland  *  Crazy Eights  *  The Deaths of Ian Stone  *  Lake Dead  *  Mulberry Street  *  Nightmare Man  *  Tooth and Nail  *  Unearthed


   Golden Age of Musicals: 

Breakfast in Hollywood (1946)  *  The Fabulous Dorseys (1947)  *  Let's Sing Again (1936)  *  New Faces (1954)  *  Rhythm Parade (1942)  *  Something to Sing About (1937)  *  Swing Parade of 1946 (1946)  *  Trocadero (1944)  *  Youth on Parade (1942)


   Shemp Cocktail: A Toast To The Original Stooge (2 disc)

Includes: Henry the Ache (with Bert Lahr), Knife of the Party, Convention Girl, Private Buckaroo, Africa Screams (1949) (Abbott & Costello classic, includes out-takes), The Brideless Groom, Sing a Song of Six Pants, Malice in the Palace, Camel Comedy Caravan (1950) – A rare, live kinescope with The 3 Stooges and Ed Wynn, Remembering Shemp (documentary)


CRITERION:

Antonio Goudi  *  The Ice Storm  *  Mafioso  *  Miss Julie 


TELEVISION:

Battlestar Galactica, Season 3  *  Best of Bozo, Volume 1  *  The Bronx is Burning  *  McHale's Navy, Season 3  *  Route 66, Season 1, Volume 2  *  Tin Man  *  Untouchables, Season 2, Volume 1  *  Wild Wild West, Season 4

 

NEW ARRIVALS, REPLACEMENTS, CUSTOMER REQUESTS:

Alexander  *  All That Jazz  *  Basquiat  *  The Big Chill  *  Cellular  *  Cutting Edge: Magic of Movie Editing  *  District B13  *  Door In The Floor  *  Guys And Dolls  *  Hard Rain  *  Infernal Affairs  *  Postcards from the Edge  *  Shine  *  Spirited Away  *  Star Trek III: The Search for Spock  *  Terror's Advocate  *  13th Warrior  *  Three Amigos  *  Tricheurs  *  Vertigo


BLU-RAY:  

I Am Legend

-sweeneyrules

2 comments:

soundtrackgeek said...

That horror box looks cool. Might take a look at that.

Rocket Video said...

Hey Soundtrack geek
dig your site
http://soundtrackgeek.com/

So (some geek talk...)
Your favorite soundtrack ever?

Who me? Um lets see...
Original score, Morricone's The Mission.
Non-original, maybe Saturday Night Fever.

check out this article
"Modern film scores are terrible, say composers"
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/article3564154.ece

On that new After Dark Horror set
I think when they played in the theaters
Mulberry Street
was the most acclaimed (and I love post-apocolyptic stuff)

later
-sweeneyrules