They really have some nerve charging $20 for Where The Boys Are. They are simply taking the existing DVD files and plopping them on a DVD-R. No mastering. No encoding. No overhead whatsoever.
I've never been one to complain about Archive prices and I own MANY, but this seems really unfair.
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There were quite a few titles Paramount didn't include in that set: Sad Sack, The Rock-a-Bye Baby Geisha Boy, The Don't Give Up The Ship Visit To A Small Planet It's Only Money Who's Minding The Store? Boeing Boeing I always figured there would be a second set. Alas...
WAY back, Anchor Bay release 20 Hammer films on DVD: Quatermass And The Pit (non-anamorphic) Four-Sided Triangle The Abominable Snowman Of The Himalayas Shatter Quatermass 2 The Reptile The Lost Continent Viking Queen (non-anamorphic) Vengeance Of She Frankenstein Created...
I re-ordered Doc Savage, She, Planet Earth and Genesis II and received all of them with the new covers. They all look SOOOO much better. I really hope all of the early titles are converted to full poster art soon. The current cover for Captain Nemo and the Underwater City is as bland as can be.
Ok, what gives?
It appears as though the cover art for Genesis II and Planet Earth has changed from the old-school huge blue border to the new full cover versions.
This is really annoying... are they going to be switching ALL previous covers to the newer (vastly superior) versions?