|Dawn of the Dead: Ultimate Edition (1978)
||[Jan. 11th, 2005|10:45 pm]
I love K-Mart.
I went to buy another DVD rack, and I noticed they had this special "Ultimate" edition of the Romero classic. The price tag read $39.99, and I thought to myself, well, the price is right!
I purchased my goods and left for Burger King for a quick fat injection. As I waited for my Double Whopper combo, I read over my K-Mart bill. They had registered the product in their system for $34.99.
After I returned home, I checked online . . . the cheapest prices for new copies of this edition sell for 38 bucks. This isn't the cheapest version of this movie box set . . . apparently, Circuit City has great difficulty in some areas with their pricing system, as well.
I'm looking forward to the 4th disc, which is a set of documentaries on the film. Also, I'm pretty sure that I've watched the longer American version, but I'm not sure if I've watched the "Ultimate" (read: 137-every-scrap-minute) edition.
Plus, it comes with a swanky lil' cheap-o comic book, too.
I can't really decide which Romero film is my favorite . . . however, it always teeters between Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead. Martin is pretty creepy, too.
However, I do know that this image is pretty frickin' ridiculous:
I'm alive and well. I start to train for work on this next Monday, and I recovered from a long time with a cold . . . however, I did give my cold back to Heidi. Also, my birthday's in about one week. I don't feel 28, and if I make it, I probably won't feel 68, 88, or 108. I'm keepin' it real . . . I'm always four years old in my spirit.