The Mist: Great ####ing movie. So many twists and turns; midway through it seems to be devolving into a trite religious-cult-forms-from-fear-and-isolation story, but then they mercifully kill off the "leader" after only a few minutes. There are some great deaths -- wait for the rope scene -- and it's just a good movie except that the ending destroys the mood/unity. It would have been cool to have left the monsters unexplained.
Mystery Science Theater 3000:. I found a torrent of the whole series. Some of the early ones are middling-quality, much-played VHS copies taped from the local UHF station (complete with on-screen time-and-temperature alerts). I'm guessing these are the best copies available and it's pretty inoffensive, even enhancing some of these old movies.
Gamera vs. Barugon (Japanese monster movie, a giant turtle versus a giant alligator or dinosaur or whatever it is; Gamera is on-screen for about five minutes out of the whole movie. The plot of the last hour-and-a-half of the film ends up completely irrelevant to the ending; Gamera is frozen early on and eventually is unfrozen just by the passage of time and kills Barugon. The humans' actions don't matter. It would be entertaining even without commentary, which honestly isn't that great this early on; it's a fun movie with little letup.)
Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro (Karajan, Schwarzkopf, et al) (never got into this one much. Two hours without recitative and with cuts is about the perfect length for this opera. I'm spinning it until I like Acts 3 and 4.)
Schubert - Favourite Songs (Robert White, Graham Johnson) (yup, it's Schubert, with some favourite songs for tenor and piano. Good disc)