I picked up Francois Truffaut's brilliant 1966 movie Fahrenheit 451 the other day. Allow me to gush about it. It's a wonderful disc with a good transfer and plenty of extras, with a poster/picture slide show that features some of the soundtrack music(I wish more DVDs would do this). The one mark I would put against it is that it only comes in mono, which I'm sure the purists don't mind a bit, but I love Bernard Hermann's amazing score for this movie and for me to only hear it in mono is a minor crime. Aside from that though this disc is a loving tribute to a very underrated movie. A lot of people may shit on this title for god knows what, perhaps it takes liberties with the source material(hello, LOTR?) but I've come to truely appreciate this movie, all the way from the opening credits, which are read not seen and the first few scenes when the man with the apple takes a bite of it to the end when he's seen walking past the two main characters. This movie definitely deserves a few viewings to understand and appreciate what exactly is going on. So what's your latest acquisition? And don't be afraid to gush or criticize it. As a matter of fact don't bother mentioning it unless you have a few words, positive or negative, to say about it. In other words don't just mention the title!