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Tuesday, September 03, 2002

Sorry for the lack of posts in the last few weeks - It's due, more or less, to the undeniable fact that I now have something approaching a life and can't quite get around to watching DVDs, endlessly overanalysing flicks and generally following the CineGeek agenda which has been my beacon, and - cue the dramatic crash of maudlin violins - existance-stifling curse, these last few years.

Or, to put it another way, my lovely girlfriend is so very blimming ace and fantastic, that I can't even concentrate on movies when I go to the cinema and only spend an average of 2.5 minutes a day, now, obsessing over DTS bitrates, rear speaker placement and other fripperies which don't matter a whole heck of a lot. My priorities? They've all upped and changed, folks. Well, after a fashion. It's a whole, crazy, "Ain't Love Grand?" motif, and no mistake....

Worry not, though, as I fully intend to post preliminary glances at the rather saucy, newly-released, region one DVD releases which I've taken and clasped to my ample bosom in the last couple of days - New Line's Platinum edition of the Guillermo Del Toro-directed, Wesley Snipes-starring vampire slash 'em-up "Blade 2",and it's polar opposite, the Disney/Pixar CG chucklefest, "Monsters, Inc."....

And the early word is that you really should think about picking up both. Especially as "Monsters, Inc." is available at "Future Entertainment" for the scarcely princely sum of £12.99.

That would be TWO, content-packed, lip-curlingly cool, smile-inducingly grand discs for less than the price of your average VHS sell-through tape.

It's enough to make you go out and buy one of those new-fangled DVD thingies, frankly....


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