Monday, March 23, 2009


Warner Brothers has announced that they will manufacture dvds on demand for movies (and eventually TV shows) from their library. They have started with about 150 films, planning to release about 20 more per month. So, if there is an obscure old film from their vaults that you want to see on dvd (but feel certain won't get a wide release) this is where to look for it. Each dvd will be $19.95. They say launch order was set by the volume of customer requests, but I can't find where to make requests for future releases (like The Perfect Specimen).

Researchers have found a way to cure a type of muscular dystrophy in dogs. Hopefully this will lead to more cures.

Zap2It takes a look at some of the CBS pilots.

DVRs for the week:
Mon 8pm Chuck & How I Met Your Mother
Mon 9pm Heroes
Mon 10pm Medium
Tue 8pm Reaper
Wed 8pm Scrubs
Wed 9pm Lost & Life
Wed 10pm CSI:NY & Life on Mars
Thu 8pm My Name is Earl
Thu 9pm Supernatural & Grey's Anatomy
Thu 10pm Private Practice
Fri 8pm Sarah Connor Chronicles
Fri 9pm Dollhouse

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