This week in Blu – 10/5/10

October 5, 2010 Written by Allen Tyson

Rockatansky is losing his connection with humanity, OCP proves they are more corrupt than Enron, Linus has a security blanket that is not to be trifled week, Cobra Kai is so not sweeping the leg, and a Disney classic comes home–this week in blu 10/4/10.

With a large number of titles releasing this week, no matter what your taste is, you should find something to watch.

2001 Maniacs
30 Days of Night: Dark Days
Bad Lieutenant
Baseball: The Tenth Inning
Beauty and the Beast (Diamond Edition)
The Blair Witch Project
Blue Mountain State: Season One
Bones: Season 5
Delgo
The Exorcist: Extended Director’s Cut
Fingerprints
Grindhouse: Special Edition
Hard Candy
High Tension
The Human Centipede
The Karate Kid (2010)
The Last of the Mohicans
Mad Max
The Maltese Falcon
The Mission
My Bloody Valentine
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Ocean’s 11: 50th Anniversary Edition
Open Water/Open Water 2: Adrift
Peanuts Holiday Collection
Robocop Trilogy
Rocky
Rocky II
Rocky III
Rocky IV
Rocky V
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead
The Secret of Kells
Secretary
Sisters
Splice
Stargate Universe – SGU: Complete Season One
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Troll 2: The 20th Anniversary Nilbog Edition
Wolf Creek
Wonderland
The Year Without a Santa Claus

Things I’m Checking Out:

Robocop, even after all these years, has carved out a place in sci-fi as a classic. If you haven’t seen Robocop 2, it’s good to watch once, and it’s the last time Peter Weller plays the part.  As far as 3 goes, think, Back to the Future III without Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox…yeah that bad.  Having said all that, if you can get a good price on the trilogy, do it.Trust me, at some point in your life a reference to the Prime Directives will be made and you will owe me one.

Long before he was trying to figure out “What Women Want”, or flying off the handle at police officers, he defined what it meant to be hardcore and enforce the law. You’ve probably heard the references to this film for years and may not have even known it–take a moment and see what started it all.

OK, no it’s high-tech nor does it have the latest special effects. Beauty and the Beast is a timeless classic. Come on, even Dexter Morgan has this in his library

So what are you watching this week?

The Treasure
of the Sierra Madre