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  • Garv’s Picks of the Year: 2017

    Salutations, disc devotees, I launched IT CAME FROM THE BOTTOM SHELF earlier this year primarily as a movie recommendation website, hoping to draw attention to films and video releases that I thought deserved more attention.  As the year draws to a close, it seems appropriate to take a look...
  • Garv’s Pick of the Week: Legend of the Lost (Kino Lorber)

    For the release week of December 12th: Garv’s Pick of the Week: Legend of the Lost : Fans of the Duke, rejoice!  Two of John Wayne’s lesser known films are being upgraded to Blu-ray this week, courtesy of Kino Lorber.  I’m most excited about this one, which...
  • The ‘Burbs Collector’s Edition Blu-ray

    Shout Select announced today that they will release The 'Burbs (Collector's Edition) on March 20th. This was a totally unexpected announcement and a very welcome one, as we love Joe Dante films here at the Bottom Shelf.  While a bare bones Blu-ray has been available previously stateside from Universal,...
  • Shout Select February Titles

    Shout! Factory has announced two very interesting Blu-rays, consisting of three feature films, that they will release in February as part of their prestige Shout Select line.  First up, on February 13th, is the “scar you for life” depressing animated film The Plague Dogs (1982), based on the book...
  • Garv’s Pick of the Week: Ernie Kovacs: Take a Good Look (Shout! Factory)

    For the release week of 10/17/17: Garv’s Pick of the Week:Ernie Kovacs: Take A Good Look: The Definitive Collection : The fact that this is my “pick of the week” should come as no surprise, as I recently reviewed this 7-disc box set and called it...
  • Take a Good Look (1959-1961)

    It’s only October, but I can already name the best video release of the year.  That honor goes to Shout! Factory’s Ernie Kovacs: Take A Good Look: The Definitive Collection, which contains every surviving episode of a short-lived game show hosted by avant-garde television comedian Ernie Kovacs. Kovacs has...
  • The Loreley’s Grasp (Los garras de Lorelei, 1974)

    Welcome back! As promised, here is the review to The Loreley’s Grasp, the second film in the Scream Factory Blu-ray Double Feature that includes The Night of the Sorcerers.  Also released in 1974, The Loreley’s Grasp is one part monster movie and one part Wagnerian opera. Mix together for goofiness. A small...
  • Shout Select’s First-Ever Sale!

    Greetings, bargain hunters, Shout! Factory is having a sale through Friday on select on Blu-rays titles, including the entire Shout Select line.  Plus, shipping is free on orders of $50 or more, as long as one of the titles in your cart is a qualifying sale title. Whether you...
  • The Night of the Sorcerers (La noche de los brujos, 1974)

    There are some movies, which are like the denizens on the “Island of Misfit Toys” — just a little bit off, a tad strange, a smidge odd, or altogether broken. Still, just because these misfits find themselves in the junk drawer of cinema history, doesn’t mean that they don’t...
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