I am a full blown, hard core blu-ray convert, and there are SO many films I'm still waiting for to come out on blu-ray, like Michael Mann's Thief, Lawrence of Arabia, William Friedkin's terribly underrated Sorcerer , and there's that blu-ray of Spike Lee's Malcolm X that was supposed to come out in January, but was pulled at the last minute, because of the music clearing rights issue.
However just because I love blu-ray, does it mean that EVERY bloody film has to come out in the format. Standard DVD is just fine in some cases, and even VHS would do nicely.
Case in point, The Wayans Brothers 1996 "N Da Hood" movie spoof Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood, which Echo Bridge Entertainment is releasing on blu-ray on July 5th.
You mean that sales of the standard DVD were so good that they're now asking people to "double-dip," and get the blu-ray version? And while we're at it, where's the blu-ray of I'm Gonna Get You Sucka? Now THAT I could definitely use.
Here's the trailer to refresh your memory...