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Ellen

I have a question about new releases, why does Netflix STILL not have Season 2 of New Adventures of Old Christine? Its been out on dvd since June 24.

Throttled by Netflix

Speaking of DVDs Netflix does not have available... a few weeks ago they made the entire series of Naruto unavailable! That's 30+ discs of probably one of the most popular anime titles on the site. Doesn't really seem like good business practice to make a popular title unavailable...

Robert Martin

If you go to the official Naruto site

http://naruto.viz.com/

you'll see headlines promoting Naruto downloads at Amazon and Itunes.

Somrthing peculiar going on, I suspect.

Vincent Wise

The main Netflix site used to have a list of everything new each week by category. Why has that been discontinued? I mean, this is almost as good, but I have to go through each title when I all really care about are the horror movies.

dave

I'll admit I was disappointed that after waiting months for Blood Simple to be available, it disappeared from my queue and no longer is available. Also, Hotel Terminus. As far as I know, they are both available on dvd but not available through netflix.

BoB

"The main Netflix site used to have a list of everything new each week by category. Why has that been discontinued? I mean, this is almost as good, but I have to go through each title when I all really care about are the horror movies."

They removed it from the site but the link is still valid and active (so far).

http://www.netflix.com/AllNewReleases?lnkctr=NavAllNewReleases

Just bookmark it.

BTW, an interesting release this time is:
Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom
http://www.netflix.com/Movie/Salo/70099045?trkid=148483

A controversial movie so say the least.

Throttled by Netflix

Well Naruto is back now!
I wonder what happened?
I wonder if someone in charge read my post and fixed it? Hmmm...

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