But now we seem to buy DVDs all the time, collectively we have just under 200 DVDs now and we buy atleast 1 DVD a week as a family. (we used to rent a lot but we dont anymore and the nearest cinema is 30 minutes drive away). I guess it is good news for the television and film industries. Anyone else noticed that they're buying more DVDs than they did VHS?
My recent DVD purchase was Donnie Darko Prism Edition. At a very nice price of £4.99 to encourage those who wouldnt have bought the film otherwise, despite having no special features. It's a very interesting and unusual film nothing like I've seen before.
I also pre-ordered a DVD boxset. Most of you are too young and would probably confuse it with the awful Matt LeBanc movie that came out years ago. It's the Lost In Space Series 1 boxset. 8 DVDs, 31 episodes, a collective running time of 23 hours and 42 minutes (possible marathon attempt?) At a nice price of £39.99 "DANGER! DANGER WILL ROBINSON!!"
Anyone else buy anything on DVD lately?
Will get into it tonight, I think.
Carlito's Way was class, but this one hasn't got Al Pacino.
> Phantasm 1-4 Boxset - I luv Anchor Bay 4 eva!
Did you get the awesome ball boxset?
Edward Scissorhands - tin boxset
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Deluxe ed
Cinderella gift set
> Chubby Brown "King Thong".
I really wish I could e-mail you a punch in the face for buying that crap.
My head still hurts!
All the things that link into it from the series, the anti-AT field angel,Shinji's 'instrumentalism' when he merged with Unit 01...
And no doubt there are plenty more bits to work out when I watch the whole thing again.
I loved the original final 2 episodes, but the 'extra' 2 added so much more as well...
Teachers Series 1-3 arrived today, will be watching it soon. I hope the first ones were as good as I remember them, it's been a long time.