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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Jon Hertzberg, Feb 28, 2006.
ones in bold have been released that I know of. Still loads to go.
Top of the list for me is "The Doomsday Flight" (1966), penned by Rod Serling.
Whoever owns the rights to the 1980 NBC cult classic, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", please license this out to MPI, Image, or Shout! Factory, let's see if we can get this remastered and out by Halloween.
Now that Jeff Goldblum is joining this season's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", capitalize on it.
Murder In The Heartland, starring Tim Roth, Fairuza Balk, Brian Dennehy, Randy Quaid, and Renée Zellweger. It was released on VHS, but long out of print and when on a rare occasion a copy pops up on ebay, they go for a fortune!
Great TVM - it's a classic!
I'm surprised that no one has mentioned these two, especially with the casts they have:
THE GATHERING -- Edward Asner, Maureen Stapleton, Laurence Pressman, Veronica Hamel, John Randolph, Stephanie Zimbalist, Ed Winter and Gregory Harrison.
CITY IN FEAR -- David Janssen, Robert Vaughn, William Daniels, Susan Sullivan, Perry King, Alan Miller and "introducing Mickey Roarke." (Roarke played the psychotic killer.)
Both were out on VHS at SLP speed (one on Goodtimes), so they exist somewhere. I've copied both of mine to DVD.
Ready To Run (2000) starring Jason Dohring from Moonlight
I believe it is available on dvd.
I was hoping for the Space 1999 and Battlestar Galactica [os] telefilms. If miniseries count these are the following I would want:
World war III-david soul, rock hudson, ect.
Pearl- dennis weaver, robert wagner,ect.
from here to eternity- willian devane, joe pantoliano, ect.
Popeye Doyle- Ed O'Neill was in it.
a rumor of war- brad davis, keith carradine, ect. The extended version aired on TNT.
Don't know how many of you know this but The Fire Next Time, about global warming that has gone out of control, stars Craig T Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia, about a family sometime in the near future, that journeys from Los Angeles, CA to Nova Scotia, Canada in an effort to escape the natural disasters happening around the U.S.
It's a 3 1/2 hour movie and is a telefilm. This movie has been re-released on DVD just a short time ago and you can purchase it on Amazon for $6.99.
Don't know if it's been mentioned yet- but This House Posessed is a TV movie I'd like to see released. They used to air it once in a while on one of the Turner networks, but I haven't seen it in years.