Speaking of northern Europe, Roger Ebert has a look at Ordet, a Danish Great Movie from a ways back courtesy of Carl Theodore Dreyer — simultaneously one of the best and least prolific movie directors on record. (Also fun is his look back at Melvin and Howard, a movie I also feel a great affection for while knowing that the story it's based on is probably hokum.)
No Country for Old Men hits DVD and Blu-ray today; I'll be checking it out before too much longer.
William Basinski's Disintegration Loops albums (I, II, III, and IV) are now available at the Amazon.com MP3 store as DRM-free downloads. I ought to review these at some point as I've been wanting to get my hands on them for a while now.