Frank Herbert's Dune, special edition (They didn't have the original, but I think this version's okay too)
Hellraiser & Hellraiser II (They didn't have Phantasm so I figured what the hell. I've got Doug Bradley's autograph sitting on the couch behind me)
Toxic Avenger 21st anniversary goldend edition 2 DVD set (This is one of the few Troma movies I actually like)
The Magnificent Seven (I like Kurosowa THAT much)
Taxi Driver (and I realize I'm tacitly admitting I didn't already own it before)
Gozu (I have no idea what it's about except that it's japanese horror and it has a picture of a guy in a cow head and freaked-out yakuza covered in blood on the cover, so HIGH HOPES PEOPLE)
I'm running out of room in my tv stand to store all of my movies. I'm going to have to deep 6 those VHS tapes to make room for my DVDs. In 3 or 4 years I guess I'll have to do the same thing again to make room for the Blu-rays, maybe?
I'm thinking of being nice to people on this trip coming up. Smiling and such, the general routine. I wonder if my teeth will fall out, or if mirrors will break, dogs will howl, meringues will flatten out, that sort of thing.. Should I be nice? Should I always be nice? Is it one of those categorical imperatives, like dialing 9 first, or rewinding videos before returning them? Is there a reward waiting for me if I do, maybe intangible and subconscious, an inner peace or a 3 musketeers? I need moral guidance.