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#1 of 1 OFFLINE   Mark Rapp

Mark Rapp


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Posted April 14 2003 - 03:23 AM

From Mark at Digital Eyes:


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Important info about the mailing list.

We are now going to activate the mailing list for anime. If you
are interested in anime releases, please login to your customer
account by clicking here:


Click on Update Mailing List Subscription and select the anime
list or any other lists you are interested in receiving. We will
be launching the HTML mailing list soon so if you want pretty
e-mails, please make that selection as well.

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COUPON Heaven - All of these expire on 4/20/03.

This week we are offering coupons for all sizes of orders!

APRIL25 - Save $25 off your order of $250 or more.
APRIL12 - Save $12 off your order of $125 or more.
APRIL5 - Save $5 off your order of $50 or more.

If you have a friend who is not a customer, they can use:

IAMNEW - Save $5 off an order of $50 or more.

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We have completed our move to our new facilities. The good news
is our hours have been extended. We answer our phone from 8 AM
until 7 PM Central Standard Time Monday through Friday. On
Saturday, we answer calls from 9AM to 5PM.

Our new toll-free number is 888-993-6344.

We are continuing to upgrade our system. As a result, the
customer info center is not providing info up to our normal
standards. Shipping confirmations will be sent out again
daily starting on Monday. The frequent buyer points will be
updated daily again starting by the end of this week. The
quote machine will be back on line and quoting prices on Monday.

Your patience and understanding is really appreciated. We
promise no more system upgrades for a long time!

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day - The Extreme Edition - $17.99

For a limited time, receive a free pack of Terminator 2 trading
card with your purchase of Terminator 2 - Extreme. This release
contains even more supplements than the fantastic Ultimate
Edition. Artisan has done a new transfer so this is a definite
must for fans of the film.

Special Metal Collectible Sculpture Embossed Packaging

Disc One:
Anamorphic Widescreen
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX - English
DTS Surround 5.1 - English
Dolby Surround - Commentary
Dolby Headphone Audio Track
Additional Release Material:
Audio Commentary - Commentary recorded specially for this edition
Interactive Features:
Extreme Interactive Mode

Disc Two:
Supplementary Material
Additional Release Material:
Complete Theatrical Version of the film in Microsoft Windows
Media 9 series, playable in high resolution and 5.1 sound
directly from computer
Featurette - 1. NO FEAT BUT WHAT WE MAKE
DVD-Rom Features:
Infiltration Unit Simulator and T2 FX Studio: Morph imported
images into a T-1000 or T-800 Terminator

Skynet Combat Chassis Designer: Build and test your own fighting
machine and be able to track progress online.



Animatrix - $18.71 - 06/03/2003

Receive a really cool circular mousepad with your purchase of

Taking characters and the premise from the groundbreaking science
fiction film, THE MATRIX, this ambitious project compiles nine
short films directed by animation specialists from Japan, Korea,
and America. The action is rapidly paced and Combining all different
styles of animation from CGI to anime to more traditional animation,
the program's unique and varied look is even more stunning than its
predecessor. A sampling of the talent includes MATRIX creators
Larry and Andy Wachowski, Yoshiaki Kawajiri (NINJA SCROLL), Peter
Chung (AEON FLUX), and Shinchiro Watanabe (COWBOY BEBOP).



Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Black Rose Saga Collection - $66.50 -

Receive a free T-Shirt with your purchase of this set.

>From the director of SAILOR MOON comes this series about Tenou
Utena, a new student at Ohtori Academy, who has somehow obtained
a rose signet, a ring that allows one access to hidden world of
duels and floating arenas where the struggle for the Rose Bride
and World Revolution takes place. Soon, Utena finds herself
aligned with the Rose Bride against the student council of Ohtori
Academy, who are her competitors for the power to revolutionize
the world. Fantastic, surreal, and utterly involving, UTENA is a
series that effortlessly casts a thrall over the viewer. Contains
episodes 14-26 of the series.


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The wait is finally over!!! Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away, Kiki's
Delivery Service and Castle in the Sky have been released in amazing
2 DVD Special Editions. All three are in stock and ready to ship!!!

Kiki's Delivery Service - $21.95

Spirited Away - $21.95

Laputa: Castle in the Sky - $21.95


Cube (Special Edition) - $15.15

Six ordinary people (student, ex-con, engineer, social worker, cop,
mentally handicapped) are trapped in a maze of interlocking cubes with
no apparent way out. They have no recollection of how they got there or
why they were chosen. They have no food or water and upon further
investigation discover some of the rooms are booby trapped with
creative devices of destruction. After the initial panic, they come
to realize that each person possesses a unique ability which may aid
in their safe navigation through the rooms and a possible escape. Can
they overcome personal conflict and work together? Interesting set
design, moody lighting, and creative computer generated imagery add
to the claustrophobic feeling of Vincenzo Natali's film, which was
a hit at several festivals in 1997.

Extras include: Audio Commentary - Vincenzo Natali - Director,
Deleted Scenes, Interview with Nicole de Boer, Storyboards, Set
Design, F/X Artwork



Drumline - $19.57

Charles Stone III's crowd-pleasing drama spotlights the previously
unheralded world of university marching bands--more specifically, the
cutthroat world that energizes Southern black campuses. Devon Miles
(Nick Cannon) is a Harlem teenager who receives a full scholarship to
attend Atlanta A&T University based on his excellent percussion
talents. However, making the transition from hip-hop street drumming
to the drumline of the school's legendary marching band is more
challenging than Miles expected. For one, the band director, Dr.
Lee (Orlando Jones), is determined to reclaim the national championship
using old-school tactics, even though his traditional beliefs appear
to be leaving A&T in the dust. And then there is Sean (Leonard
Roberts), the current drum leader, who is threatened by Devon's
skills and frustrated by his fierce individuality. These antagonistic
forces, as well as the addition of a cheerleading love interest
(Zoe Saldana), combine to test Devon's previously unshakeable
confidence. As the season builds toward the BET Big Southern Classic
and a showdown with rival Morris Brown University, Devon must swallow
his pride and learn to be a team player if he wants his band to
win the championship. DRUMLINE proves that any subject can make for
an invigorating work of entertainment, if handled properly.



Family Guy - Volume 1 - $34.97

Peter Griffin yearns to be a champion dad for his family, but in his
attempts he only winds up making a ridiculous fool of himself. While he
looks over his two teenagers and his baby (who has an English accent
and is keen on dominating the world) it is abundantly clear that the
family dog is the smartest member of the Griffin clan. This collection
contains 28 episodes of irreverent humor combining the satire of THE
SIMPSONS with the gross-out slapstick of films like AMERICAN PIE which
were chic during the animated show's unfortunately short run.



Rabbit Proof Fence - $21.95

Set in Australia in 1931, RABBIT-PROOF FENCE tells the story of a
government policy that required "half-caste" children (whose mothers
were Aboriginal and whose fathers were white) to be taken from their
homes by the authorities to be trained to work as servants. Based on
the true story of Molly Craig, Philip Noyce's film of small gestures
and few words follows the odyssey of three young girls who escaped
from the government's training facility and, using the country's long
stretches of rabbit-proof fences as their guide, walked 1500 miles to
get back home. Told squarely from Molly's point of view, RABBIT-PROOF
FENCE also highlights the Australian government's treatment of
Aboriginies by A.O. Neville (Kenneth Branagh), the legal guardian of
the country's indigenous people. His plan to "breed out" the Aboriginal
blood of the half-castes is marked by a cool calculation and moral
blindness that stands out in sharp contrast to Molly's spiritual and
intuitive relationship to the people and places she encounters on her



Transporter - $19.57

Jason Statham stars in this fast-paced and very loud thriller that was
written specifically for him by French filmmaker Luc Besson. Statham
(SNATCH) plays Frank Martin, a former Special Forces operative who is
now a high-priced courier paid a lot of money to deliver packages he
would rather know nothing about. His creed: Never change the deal, use
no names, and never look in the package. But when he finds out that his
latest delivery is a beautiful young woman (Shu Qi), everything changes,
and he is off on a wild chase, in his specially made BMW, that includes
plenty of explosions, bare-knuckle fighting, cool weaponry, and
tongue-in-cheek humor. Hong Kong director Corey Yuen, who has previously
worked with Jet Li, lets the action tell the story as Frank battles the
bad guys in the streets of France. The score is by renowned jazz great
Stanley Clarke.



Ran (Masterworks Edition) - $23.26

With RAN, master director Akira Kurosawa transforms Shakespeare's KING
LEAR into an epic tragedy set in feudal Japan. On the eve of his 70th
birthday, Lord Hidetora prepares to divide his empire among his three
sons. In the process, he ends up disowning his youngest son, the only
one who truly cares about him. The empire is engulfed in bitter warfare
as the two older brothers, after fighting among themselves over the
inheritance, turn on their father. Homeless and abandoned by all but his
most loyal followers, Hidetora must face both his tragic present state
and the actions of his brutal past.

For his 27th film, the "sensei" of Japanese cinema, Akira Kurosawa,
transposes Shakespeare's KING LEAR to feudal Japan. RAN, which translates
as "chaos" or "turmoil," is the tragic tale of Lord Hidetora, a warlord
who decides to divide his empire among his three sons on the eve of his
70th birthday. However, Hidetora's youngest and most compassionate son,
Saburo, defiantly objects to this hasty decision and is disowned by the
proud, stubborn ruler. Once the two eldest sons take control of the empire,
they quickly turn on their father and begin vying for total control over
the land. As Hidetora is banished from his own kingdom in a bloody battle,
he must confront the consequences of his violent, ruthless past. Ten years
in the making, RAN represents the culmination of Kurosawa's career by
revisiting his skill at adapting Shakespeare, as evidenced in THRONE OF
BLOOD, and displaying the cinematic splendor of his other landmark films
such as SEVEN SAMURAI and RASHOMON. With its magnificent costumes,
breathtaking settings, and amazingly photographed battle sequences,
the film is truly stunning. An epic on the grandest of scales, RAN is
not only one of Kurosawa's finest films, it is a glorious masterpiece
of Japanese cinema.


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Upcoming Titles - http://www.digitaley...dvdupcoming.cfm

Batman the Animated Series - Tales of the Dark Knight
Bloody Sunday
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
Justice League - Justice on Trial
Kiss Me Kate
Mad About You: Season Two
Nevada Smith
Once a Thief
Return to Snowy River
Young Guns (Ultimate Edition)

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Just Announced - http://www.digitaley...stannounced.cfm

Alias: Season 1 - $48.99
Angel Collection - $25.99
Billy Wilder DVD Collection 9-Pack - $94.95
Dead Zone - The Complete First Season - $34.99
Love Bug (Special Edition) - $20.99
Popeye - $12.99
Remo Williams - The Adventure Begins - $9.97

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For a complete list of titles streeting on 4/15/2003, please click here:


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We will be adding customer reviews and the ability to order used titles
before they are in stock. Look for these changes by the end of April.

We will also be added a brand-new anime store which will launch on May
1, 2003.

SACDs will be added back to the site in about 1 week. Sadly, we will no
longer be carrying regular CDs.

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