I have seemingly been quiet with the lack of reviews I have posted this week. The reason is simple -- I have been putting together reviews for the upcoming batch of Warner Bros. DVDs set for release on February 4th. Due to the policies set forth by the studio, I am not allowed to post my reviews until the 21st of this month. I did want to let all of you know that in addition to a really superb Special Edition of Driving Miss Daisy, there are two classic films making their debut that are worth your consideration. I highly enjoyed watching both Mildred Pierce and A Patch Of Blue, two Oscar-winning titles that should be considered for rental, if you don't already plan to purchase. I think the reason why I am so excited about these titles is because many of these classics are a first-time discovery for me. It's like going into someone's attic and opening up a box of treasures you never knew existed. There really is something to be said about classic film. The generation that dominates the ownership of DVD players don't readily appreciate B&W classics like these. I'll admit that it took me many years to want to start watching a lot of these old classics, but thanks to the wonderful presentation quality that DVD offers, I seem to be an addict in need of more classics to watch. Do watch for my reviews of these three films over the next two weeks. I always try to convey how much I enjoy most of the material I review in hopes that some of my excitement rubs off on some of you.