instead of dvds

Okay, this is a whole new level of ridiculous

The Frozen Cinestory: a “comic adaptation” which in reality is just stills of the movie with word bubbles and sound effects (and extra exposition narration) pasted over them. Oddly, the song lyrics are not in this book, those scenes are just given extra dialogue.

For $15, instead of the DVD, why not get the non-moving picture version?






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Deleted scene from The Runaway Bride


Shooting Maurice (James Ivory, 1987), Autumn 1986: some very rare glimpses behind the scenes!

There’s a story behind these. :) My irrational bid to collect more copies of Maurice than I strictly need led me, recently, to buy an Italian DVD edition on e-bay (Dolmen Home Video, c. 2006). It intrigued me because it includes all the 2004 Merchant Ivory Collection DVD extras and deleted scenes, but on 1 disc instead of 2. The DVD also includes a ‘stills gallery’ – at first impression, very familiar publicity stills most of us have seen before. But, as I scrolled through them, I got a VERY nice surprise…!

The 4th image above (of James Ivory directing James Wilby) I’d seen before online (already shared on my blog in Sep 2015). But the other BTS shots from the shoot were completely new to me!!

The above images are my new screencaps and edits from the DVD (hence the watermark). Please reblog only; do not repost or remove credits. Thank you.

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Movie Tag

I was tagged by my lovelies, @kingpendleton and @riverdalame for my Top 10 movies

1. George of the Jungle

Originally posted by josephinedisney

i have the tape of this an it was constantly being rewound so i could watch it over and over again, still my favourite to this day but instead i had the dvd aah

2. Hot Fuzz

Originally posted by gregorygalloway

the ketchup and fork scene in the pub terrified me the first time i watched it and my face had my dad in stitches. this never fails to make me laugh until i cry

3. Tangled

Originally posted by cloudless-nightscape

The Best princess movie by far, and the only one that me and my whole family will sit down to watch together happily

4. The Duff

Originally posted by lovemayble

at first glace this seems like any other bland, unoriginal teen movie but its actually inspiring, real and very funny

5. Chalet Girl

Originally posted by couplenotes

if anyone decides that dont like this film i do no trust them.. whats not to love??

6. Over the Hedge

Originally posted by ihatealexturnerr

just because i am the squirrel

7. The Breakfast Club

Originally posted by neaarty

its a film about how everyones really a misfit, how could you hate it

8. The Fault in Our Stars

Originally posted by lovershub

the book made me cry, the film made me cry.. just a whole lot of tears

9. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

Originally posted by corgithecaptain

there maybe traces of stockholm syndrome but we will never know

10. One Direction: This Is Us

Originally posted by littleblackdress93

technically, this is a documentary but these boys have been my life for nearly 7 years so fight me.

I hope you like these films too! Its a wild list but these films are all very personal to me and hold so many amazing memories! I tag whoever wants to do this because I don’t know specifics!

anonymous asked:

Skull Island is fantastic, far better than the Jack Black film from 2005. Especially since it actually has giant monster fights.

I hadn’t seen King Kong from 2005 before last night, but then I got to talking with @purple-daisies-love after watching Skull Island yesterday and she told me that was far far far far far worse, so one thing led to another and I found a DVD of the film lying in my pile of “to watch if there’s no paint drying to pass the time instead” free DVDs I get from Sunday newspapers.  I popped it in, failing to realise it was 3 hours and 15 minutes long.

Long story short, I slept after 4 in the morning and I have to watch The Grand Budapest Hotel again soon to remind myself why I love Adrien Brody…  :o/

News! - Discotek Media announced on their Facebook page today that they will be trying something different with a new property they’ve acquired: Miss Machiko! According to Discotek, they will not be releasing this title on DVD. Instead, they will be releasing all 95 episodes of the series subtitled in English via online streaming. (Exactly which streaming services and territories it will be on will be announced at a later time.) BUT, if the demand is there, Discotek says they MAY release it physically. So if you want to see it get a physical DVD release, check it out when it goes online!

About Miss Machiko:

The mischievous students of Arama Academy meet their match in a beautiful and clever new teacher, Miss Machiko! But they’re determined to find a prank that will really embarrass her. No matter what they devise she still manages to laugh it off and help them with their school work and problems. This series originally aired from 1981 to 1983 in Japan