- Insane people are upset that the Looney Tunes boxed set doesn’t include all the best cartoons. There are 1100 cartoons. No 2 people will agree on the list of the Top 56. Give it time, people. I want to see “What’s Opera, Doc?” restored to, and with a full 5.1 surround sound mix as option, also. But this first set will keep me happy until then.
- No surprise here: INDIANA JONES is the best-selling DVD of all time. Well, sorta. The definition goes more like this: “best-selling boxed set of classic catalog film fare.” That’s a narrowing of the field, true, but it’s still a $50 boxed set that sold 600,000 copies on Day One and a million-one by the end of Week One.
- More Asimov film potential: Now it’s END OF ETERNITY.
- Scariest thought of the month: Google and Microsoft? Perish the thought. Or start using AllTheWeb.com today.
- An index to 80s Cover Tunes.
- We all miss Fox Mulder.
- With thanks to VandS poster Jeff Wooten, here’s a link to the direct-to-video 24 story I mentioned earlier this week.
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