Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog (also Blu-ray). Somehow I have managed to avoid seeing this. I do not know how, but it must be rectified. Joss Whedon, Neil Patrick Harris, and Nathan Fillion? How have I not seen it?
Dear John (also Blu-ray). Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum star in this Nicholas Sparks adaptation. Young love, a soldier who goes off to war, and I am fairly certain someone will die. It is Sparks, you know. I have not seen it, but I feel as if I have had my fill of Sparks.
Spartacus: 50th Anniversary Edition (also Blu-ray). "I am Spartacus!" Do you need a reason to own this title? I wonder how the transfer looks. I have heard that some of these older films look spectacular in high definition.
Seven Swords (Blu-ray). Donnie Yen stars in this tale of legend. It is a good film that I have seen in DVD with great action and a variety of different swords. Definitely worth checking out if you like martial arts films.
Django (Blu-ray). Franco Nero stars in this old school spaghetti western. It is one of those titles I have been meaning to see for some time but had not found the DVD. It is now here on Blu-ray, should make it somewhat easier to find.
Samurai Princess (Blu-ray). The cover art has me sold on this one. However, it sounds like a campy, bloody good time in Japanese movies, could go nicely next to the likes of Machine Girl. It is a revenge story of a girl left for dead rebuilt with parts of her friends and some mechanical elements who sets out on a quest to find those who would have killed her.
Class of Nuke'em High (Blu-ray). Troma Studios, low budget, science fiction, and high definition — how can you go wrong? Radiation in the future has changed the education system; take a step inside the changed halls.
Tromeo and Juliet (Blu-ray). Remember seeing this some 12-13 years ago and wondering what the heck I had just seen. It is seriously low budget and twisted take on the classic Shakespeare play. This is for a specific audience only. I think you know who you are.