Blu-ray, Miscellaneous

DVD Day: January 24th, 2012



?? Real Steel
Sad news –only the Blu-ray comes with deleted scenes.

? Godzilla: The Criterion Collection
Contains the original Japanese version and the U.S. version with Raymnond Burr, both remastered in highest definition possible, and with tons of extras only Criterion would include (and could find). Available on Blu-ray and DVD.

? Ancient Aliens: Season 3
Are you fucking kidding me? Three whole seasons based on the premise that aliens were dicking around with our ancestors?

? Naruto Shippuden Box Set 9

? Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc. Season One Part 2
Since everyone talks so highly about this cartoon, I figured I’d better list it.

? The Nude Vampire
It’s no Nude for Satan.

? Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Season One
As far as I can tell, the complete Buck was released on DVD in 2004, and now in 2012 they’re finally releasing season one. Weird. Oh well.

? Porn Star Zombies
Well, I’m glad we finally got that concept out of the way.

? Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody
And in real porn news, the Star Wars porn flick finally comes out today. You can watch the safe-for-work, shockingly unerotic trailer here. I wonder, you know how George Lucas has been saying if people don’t watch The Phantom Menace in 3-D, he won’t bother releasing the other ones? Well, I wonder if the same is true for the Star Wars pornos. If people don’t buy this, will we never get Return of the Jedi and hardcore Slave Leia action? Food for thought.

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