The pickin's are slim this week as far as recent DVD releases go. (They've been this way in most recent weeks.) This may partly explain why I've been so engaged by the the first season of Bewitched.
But when new releases kind of suck it's not necessarily a bad thing.
It's a chance to go back to some DVDs that have been out for a while and enjoy them - because they are worth seeing again.
One that comes to mind is Arsenic and Old Lace, an old Frank Capra film from 1944. As DVDs go, it won't win any awards for special features and so on. But it's a damn fine movie. Very funny. In black and white and starring Cary Grant, who I've always liked (and have mentioned several times).
So do yourself a favour and give it a gander. Here's my review.
Tag: Classic Film, Movie Classics, Movies, DVDs