RT on DVD: Indiana Jones Box Set, Narnia in Blu-ray, and a Porn Virus Epidemic?

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Spaced, the UK cult hit series, is finally headed to the States this summer - but guess what's here now? A 3-disc Indiana Jones DVD collection and Narnia in Blu-ray! (Plus, we hear there's a bit of a virus going around overseas...) Read on for more news and releases. Back to Article

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~*Admiral Snowstorm*~

Dominique Amsterdam

I never really liked these DVDs that advertise the next installment in the series. Sure it's cool to see little sneak peeks of Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull now, but what happens when you want to show your children Indiana Jones movies 10 or so years from now? "Hey guys keep your eyes open for Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull coming out May 2008!" No thanks. I'd rather just buy all four and not be pestered by advertisements every time I want to watch Indiana Jones.

May 13 - 03:44 AM

Some guy you dont know

Bruce Campbell

The 400 Blows ftw.

May 13 - 04:44 AM

Gimy

Gimy Moo

urgh...i guess its national Wh3re Day, good lord...National Lampoon releasing another sh3t comedy and a Lucas series with a special edition release? only thing missing is a Lord of the Rings collectible dvd boxed set. next up...Indiana Jones boxed set, extended edition. then directors cut, then collectible tin with lego indiana jones, then collectible box set, then a set including a one of a kind limited edition replica indy hat. this, before the 4th gets released on dvd. then? oh yeah...they do all the sets over...again.

national lampoon is utter garbage nowadays, anything that has their name is no doubt a horrible comedy. dorm daze was the only remotely entertaining flick i've seen from them in a long time, and even that wasn't that decent. the fact that its a Lampoon dvd where there ISN'T t3tties on the front...scares me. if there's no b33bies...there's no reason to watch it. i'd rather rent the special edition, including full cast commentary, of Gigli...

May 13 - 05:57 AM

Slipperypick

Christopher Child

Disappointing that they chose NOW to RE-release the Indy DVD's (I know, there's new material... But it's pretty thin, I'm sure). Considering they'll probably release the new Indy on Blu Ray in the Fall, along with the others... I just wish they'd do the Blu-Ray with the originals, like, NOW.

May 13 - 06:34 AM

GTP43

Lance McKee

All I want is Master and Commander Blu-ray...oh yes

May 13 - 08:12 AM

lordfirefly

William Rauchett

I'm just going to keep watching the Indy movies from Netflix and wait until the fourth one comes out on DVD. I can't waste money on the box set now only to have to (want to) buy the box set with the four of them together.

May 13 - 09:11 AM

bauerpowerhour

jono decker

For the last time, THE LAST CRUSADE IS NOT MISNAMED! The title is referring to the ACTUAL Crusades involving Christian nights, and/or the Arthurian Crusades of legend, NOT INDY'S ADVENTURES! His adventures were never called Crusades! Get it through your thick head, and tell your other "professional" friends who keep screwing this up as well.

May 13 - 09:57 AM

cypress550

jeremy burnside

thank you bauerpowerhour for saying what i have been saying to people for years if peopled watched the movie closely they would understand that.

May 13 - 10:21 AM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

Ill get The Great Debaters. I already have the Indy set, so I am going to wait til all four of them are together on blu ray to re-buy.

May 13 - 12:30 PM

Jen Yamato

Jen Yamato

bauer, it's clear that Spielberg likes his metaphors; if the search for the Holy Grail was also a metaphor for Indy's search for his father/a relationship with his father (which Spielberg himself states in the aforementioned new 3-disc release), then I am CERTAIN that The Last Crusade was meant to also refer to what would seemingly be Indiana Jones' last adventure. Until now.

May 13 - 04:32 PM

Mr. RePlay

Arthur Jones

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was named for both the adventure Indy went on in search for the Holy Grail AS WELL AS it being his final big screen adventure. Steven himself said that once the Last Crusade was released.

May 13 - 07:21 PM

Dr. Bekk

Matthew Beck

George Lucas is a waste of time. Harrison Ford is the only man who can play Indiana Jones, and Sean Connery was the ideal Dr. Henry Jones. Spielberg is the true master behind these movies, and perhaps if Lucas wasn't such a stubbard old senile fool, he would have let Spielberg advise him on ALL of his film failures. Including the Star Wars prequels.

This guy makes me sick. Of course, Lucas' opinion that he is the second coming of Christ will probably never wear off. Get over the ego trip, you trapped-in-your-childhood megalomaniac!

May 14 - 09:25 AM

Dr. Bekk

Matthew Beck

George Lucas is a waste of time. Harrison Ford is the only man who can play Indiana Jones, and Sean Connery was the ideal Dr. Henry Jones. Spielberg is the true master behind these movies, and perhaps if Lucas wasn't such a stubbard old senile fool, he would have let Spielberg advise him on ALL of his film failures. Including the Star Wars prequels.

This guy makes me sick. Of course, Lucas' opinion that he is the second coming of Christ will probably never wear off. Get over the ego trip, you trapped-in-your-childhood megalomaniac!

May 14 - 09:25 AM

Jen Yamato

Jen Yamato

Oh, becks...just wait til you see what's next in our Indiana Jonesin' series...let's just say, today happens to be George Lucas' birthday!

May 14 - 01:44 PM

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