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June 18, 2005
CineSchlock-O-Rama Schlockcast: Seed of Chucky, Toolbox Murders and Tongan Ninja
DVD Talk columnist G. Noel Gross' latest schlockcast delves into the fifth flick in the Child's Play franchise -- Seed of Chucky! Fans of the pint-sized terror won't want to miss Noel's amusing audio from Jennifer Tilly during an early buzz-building confab. He also laments the unseemly side of Tobe Hooper's Toolbox Murders and eyeballs five other discs including Peter Jackson's favorite kung fu comedy. Listen using our Online DVD Talk Radio Player or download the complete CineSchlock-O-Rama podcast (23 mins, 16 mb).


June 16, 2005
DVD Savant: Nightmare Alley, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis Collections
This week the DVD Savant has a number of new reviews including: Nightmare Alley - one of the darkest noirs ever made and a justly acclaimed masterpiece, My Brilliant Career - a gentle but honest tale of a lass from the Outback who chooses an iffy writing career over settling down with the handsome Sam Neill, The Joan Crawford Collection - One MGM hit and Crawford's strongest Warners films comprise this five-disc collection, The Street with No Name - Richard Widmark's second noir hit is a stylish crime drama given the seal of approval from the FBI, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent - Bob Hoskins, Patricia Arquette and Robin Williams make strong impressions in this dark tale of anarchist skullduggery in London in the 1880s, Under the Flag of the Rising Sun - A searing realignment of history from Japanese director Kinji Fukasaku, an eye-opening film for generations of Japanese, that should be seen in this country too, The Bette Davis Collection - Warners wades into the deep-dish talent of America's greatest movie actress, with four of her major Warner hits and one straggler with an interesting theme and Heaven Can Wait - Ernst Lubitsch comes up with a Technicolor fantasy that surveys the life of a confirmed womanizer, even though he's happily married to Gene Tierney. Read all this and more in this week's DVD Savant.

It's Back - The Huge DeepDiscountDVD.com Sale
It's Back! DeepDiscountDVD.com is running their famous 20% off blow out sale where you can save an additional 20% off their already low, prices on DVDs and get free shipping on your order. Every title is on sale, all you need to do is enter the coupon code DVDTALK in the promotion code box when you check out to receive your discount. The Coupon is valid from on currently available DVD's only. Coupons do not apply to orders for prerelease DVD's or ther merchandise, including video games or electronics. Coupon may only be used once per customer! DO NOT MISS THIS SALE!! (Sale runs 6/17-6/25)


June 15, 2005
DVD Talk Radio: Batman Begins - Review & Talk
Feedback from our 50 minute Star Wars: Episode III Talk was so positive, we decided to do another, this time for one of the biggest movies of the summer: Batman Begins. Find out if Batman Begins hits is mark in our 33 minute spoiler free talk with DVD Talk Editor Geoffrey Kleinman and DVD Talk Reviewer Scott Weinberg. Listen to the complete 33 minute Batman Begins Talk using our Online DVD Talk Radio Player or download the complete Batman Begins talk (33min 20MB).


June 14, 2005
DVD Talk Radio: John Waters - A Dirty Shame
On this episode of DVD Talk Radio we sit down with legendary filmmaker John Waters to talk about his latest DVD release for A Dirty Shame [Review]; a real romp starring Tracey Ullman, Johnny Knoxville, Chris Isaak and an extremely well endowed Selma Blair. Listen to our interview with John Waters using our Online DVD Talk Radio Player or Download the complete interview with John Waters (15min 9.7MB). Also be sure to listen to our recent interviews on DVD Talk Radio with Kill Bill Stuntwoman Zoë Bell, Stripes Director Ivan Reitman, Troma director Lloyd Kaufman and Wildboyz Chris Pontius.

Clip of The Week - Double Dare
In this week's Clip of the Week we have a look at the fantastic documentary Double Dare [Review] which takes a look at the lives and careers of two notable Hollywood stuntwomen. In addition to a peek at the DVD we also have some footage from the Double Dare premiere. Also this week we have several clips from Stripes: Extended Edition including the deleted scenes: Is This The Bus to Vegas?, Russ and Gus, Playing Hard to Get and What Are you Taking?. As well as peeks at Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch and Toy Story 10th Anniversary Edition.


June 13, 2005
Paul McCartney Live in Red Square Giveaway
This week we have a very special giveaway from A&E for the DVD release of Paul McCartney Live in Red Square. 5 lucky DVD Talk readers will win an exclusive limited edition Paul McCartney prize package featuring: Paul McCartney Live in Red Square DVD, a limited edition commemorative Paul McCartney DVD pin and the Rare Russian Only LP "CHOBA B CCCP". The Paul McCartney Live in Red Square DVD features: Audio in both DTS 5.1 and Dolby Digital 5.1, 20 minutes of never-aired footage, a behind-the-scenes featurette, a full-length bonus concert Paul McCartney Live in St. Petersburg, and from the History Channel: Russia and the Beatles: A Brief Journey. Enter now for your chance to win one of 5 Paul McCartney Prize Packages.

This Week's Notable DVDs - Casino, Jaws and A Dirty Shame
A good mix of notable DVDs out this week including: Casino: 10th Ann Ed [Review] - Martin Scorsese takes everything he learned in Goodfellas and builds on it making this one of his crowning achievements; Jaws: SE [Review] - your going to need a bigger DVD shelf as another must buy reissue hits the street; A Dirty Shame [Review] - John Waters has a new take on his classic style and the results are hilarious. Other notable DVDs this week include: The First Amendment Project, Hitch [Review], The John Waters Collection, Reno 911: S2 [Review]and Rory O'Shea Was Here. Read our List of Top Upcoming DVDs for more great DVDs out this week, visit our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Anime Talk - Gunslinger Girl, Ultra Maniac and Top 5 Anime
There is some good information in this week's Anime Talk. In addition to the latest reviews including Ultra Maniac, Gunsinger Girl, and the first volume of Full Metal Panic Fumoffu. Also we have an advance look at Yugo the Negotiator and Area 88. Long time fans will probably remember the latter's manga series that the Eclipse released in the 80's. Also up this week, reviewer Chris Tribbey has his list of the top five and bottom five anime discs and events, as well as a trivia contest where he tests your knowledge of fan favorite anime Neon Genesis Evangelion. Holly Beeman returns with some excellent anime bargains and we have our list of upcoming DVDs as well. If you happened to miss the previous installments, make sure you check out our in depth look at Rock and Rule, the Guide to Dragon Ball, and the reviewer biographies.

DVD Talk Review Round Up - Sling Blade, Father of The Bride and Debs
With literally thousands of DVD Reviews (over 12,000 reviews!) in the DVD Talk Review Database it's easy to miss some of the notable reviews written by our staff. Recent DVD Reviews include: Father of The Bride: SE - adorable, sweet, and rather funny with a performance by Steve Martin that's of special note; Father of The Pride: The Complete Series - a guaranteed good time for any Seth MacFarlane fan; Sling Blade: 2-Disc Collector's Edition - a must have for fans of this modern classic; Donkey Skin - a fanciful tale parents might enjoy sharing with older children; Carlos Mencia: Not for the Easily Offended - brash, abrasive, vulgar and amazingly funny, it proves that great comedy often speaks for itself; Debs - a feel-good spy spoof that is an entertaining Friday night pick-up; Cursed: Unrated - when the horror fans gnash their teeth about Worthless Studio Fare, this is precisely the sort of movie they're talking about. Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.


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