Anime, Blu-ray, Cartoons, TV

DVD Day: February 15th, 2011



?? Summer Wars
An anime movie highly recommend by Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley.

? Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol
The Doctor teaches Dumbledore about the meaning of Christmas or something. I was too drunk on Christmas weekend to remember to watch.

? The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu
Remember that clip I posted a week ago? Well, now the Lovecraftian horror-comedy is on DVD. You know what to do.

? He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 1
I know MotU’s been released on DVD before, but it’s been out of print for a while. In case you missed it, here ’tis. It’s $20 for 65 episodes, which is pretty damned good deal.

? Dungeons & Dragons Two-Movie Collection
Yes, you can own both live-action D&D movies on Blu-ray. Or you can shit on a $20 bill. Which is the worse investment?

? C.O.P.S. Volume 1
32 episodes for $15. Again, in case you missed the previous release.

? Oppai Chambara: Striptease Samurai Squad
Oh, Japan.

? Storm Warriors
The sequel to the awesome Hong Kong martial arts fantasy flick Storm Riders. The fact that it is less popular than Striptease Samurai Squad doesn’t surprise me, but it does depress me.

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