Anime, Blu-ray, Movies

DVD Day: November 8th, 2011



?? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
The final half of the final movie of the final book finally comes to DVD and Blu-ray… on Friday, not today, because that’s the irritating way they do it nowadays.

? Harry Potter: The Complete Collection Years 1-7
Seriously, I can’t get over the idea that some people might have actually bought that Harry Potter Years 1-7 Part 1 set from last time. It drives me crazy just thinking about it.

? Doctor Who: The Sixth Series Part 2
A.k.a. The River Song Show! Incidentally, the Pertwee era adventure Colony in Space is also available today.

? Mortal Kombat: Legacy
The webseries on DVD! Neat! Now I might finally watch it.

? Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva
Hey, it’s that animated Professor Layton movie. Surely if that can slink over to America, the live-action Phoenix Wright movie can too, right?

? Destroy All Monsters
On Blu-ray. And out of stock. Tough luck.

? Dragonball Z: Level 1.1
The first 17 episodes of the original, uncut, uncensored DBZ, in both English and Japanese, on Blu-ray. FYI, the TR contest results should be up next if you’re hoping to win one instead of buy one.

? ThanksKilling
Amazon lists the stars as being “Starring Chuck, Dead Body Guy, Lamb and Wand Lust.” That makes me giggle.

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