We are big Steve Coogan fans. Knowing Me, Knowing You, and I'm Alan Patridge (both series) are just so disgustingly good and funny that it's fucking amazing that most Americans have no fucking clue who he is. We recently placed an order with Sendit.com and got a bunch of stuff. Ricky Gervais: Live 2 - Politics (we had no idea he was a stand up so that should be interesting). Coogan's Run (watched the first episode last night and it was fucking brilliant but nothing we could ever show to friends of family due to accents and rhyming slang... we could just hear the "what the fuck is a porky pie?"). Paul and Pauline Calf's Cheese and Ham Sandwhich, Alexei Say's Stuff, all three seasons, Alan Patridge Presents: The Cream of British Comedy, and Comic Strip Presents (complete edition with every single episode).
That - plush Ishtar and Night on Earth - both of which you can't get on region 1 dvd for some reason. I guess people just will never understand the power of Ishtar.
I've seen all the Jim Jarmush films except Night on Earth and the newest one with Bill Murray that came out recently.
So add all these British things to the huge wave of Korean, Chinese, Thai, and Japanese films lately (about 20 over the last 2 weeks) as well as all the things still sitting there to watch (haven't had the balls to put in Blood and Bones yet... dunno if I can deal with Beat Takeshi being that nasty)... and we have a lot of filmed entertainment to enjoy.
Seriously - how the fuck did I ever live without a multi-region/all format DVD player?