Oh my sweet Jesus!!!!! Man am I happy! Surprised and happy!!!!! Oh man!!

Warner Gives Dan What He Wants
Finally I get what I want! Finally the best film ever made will debut on DVD on October 1st! I am still in shock…I just can’t believe it!
At long last Bob and Doug McKenzie come to DVD in “Strange Brew!!!” Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and 2.0 surround, extras include excerpts from “Great White North” SCTV episodes and “The Animated Adventures of Bob and Doug McKenzie,” and the trailer. And even though I would pay thousands for it, retail is $19.95.
Oh, and there are other titles coming out too as Warner, along with MGM, seem to be trying to set the record for the most catalog titles a studio can release in a single month, if only to drive us all to bankruptcy? Just announced is their October slate, with over a dozen more long sought-after titles due to hit stores on 10/1.
First up are three new entries in Warner’s ongoing Clint Eastwood Collection, including the war drama Heartbreak Ridge, Clint as action hero in Firefox, and the anti-Kevin Costner in A Perfect World. Each features a new anamorphic widescreen transfer with English 5.1 Dolby surround tracks (except Heartbreak Ridge which is 2.0 surround only), plus filmographies and trailers. Retail is $19.95 each.
Raiding the classics vault comes James Stewart and Margaret Sullivan in The Shop Around the Corner, which features a new 1.37:1 full screen transfer, two featurettes “The Miracle of Sound” and “Catching Lubitsch at Work on the Set,” production notes, and trailers. Next up is the Rosalind Russell classic Auntie Mame, featuring a brand-new 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, filmographies and the trailer. Last but not least we have Dashiell Hammett’s lovable sleuths Nick and Nora in the 1934 version of The Thin Man, presented in 1.37:1 and mono along with production notes and trailers. Retail is $19.95 a pop.
Just in time for Halloween is another batch of horror flicks, including Stephen King’s It, featuring the entire 193-minute miniseries presented in its original 4:3 broadcast aspect ratio and 2.0 surround, plus filmographies. More Stephen King includes the anthology scare-fest Cat’s Eye, featuring a 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, English 2.0 stereo mix, an audio commentary with director Lewis Teague, filmographies and the trailer.
Finally, some classic monster fun can be had with Horror of Dracula and The Curse of Frankenstein, both presented in anamorphic widescreen and mono with filmographies and trailers. Retail is $19.95 each.
But who cares about the rest of the titles! “Strange Brew”, baby! STRANGE BREW!!!!!!!!!!!!!