Where else would you get, every 2 months or so, a lesson on poke-poling monkey-faced eels, a vintage short film of Dennis Hopper nearly blowing himself up in front of a not-quite-packed arena in the 1980s, an eerily spooky restoration of an early anti-semitic film marking the debut of Bois Karloff, and the complete filmed performance of Stairway to Heaven performed from finish-to-start, completely in reverse? This is the greatest DVD magazine in the world. Its closest competitor, Res Magazine, seems to be floundering, but Wholphin is quickly making up for lost time. My current favorite subscription.
I never got to see this movie but believe you me I wanted to. So therefore, I will be first in line to rent it.
Good things come in small packages. This is a collection of all those lovely Pixar short films that have been highly recognized. Also available on Blu-Ray.
"Six Men Getting Sick" "The Alphabet" "The Grandmother" "The Amputee" The Cowboy and the Frenchman" and "Lumiere". Just fantastic.
I like the fact that David Lynch describes Eraserhead as his "most spiritual" film.