Disney’s Frozen Sing-Along arriving on Digital HD, Disney Movies Anywhere and DVD on November 18. Film and bonus feature clips now available!
VIZ Media has set up four hot new releases for the holidays. Sailor Moon Season 1 Set 1 – Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD, Gargantia On The Verduros Planet (Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack, DVD) are available now, with The Road To Ninja: Naruto The Movie (November 25th) and Ranma ½ Set 4 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD (December 2nd) to follow.
Details follow the jump.
Maleficent got a prick and fell asleep at the Box Office, will the Blu-ray release wake up the sales? Ok, I tried my best a clever metaphor and failed. What can you do? Maleficent is now available on all your home video platforms.
If you’ve been sleeping under a rock, I can’t help you. One of the most anticipated Blu-ray releases of the year is nigh! Next week, oh yes, you will be mine! Batman The Complete Television Series Blu-ray collection hits the street next week.
All 120 episodes are remastered into glorious HD. My question is, did they make it wide screen or keep it at a 4:3 aspect ratio, I’m assuming it’s 4:3. Check out the comparison between the old fuzzy versions and the new master. Check out the difference below.
The first season of Doctor Who with a Scottish Doctor (I’m Scottish! That’s good – I can complain!’) – Doctor Who: The Complete Eighth Series – comes to DVD and Blu-Ray on December 9th.
As well as the usual suspects in terms of bonus features (four audio commentaries, behind-the-scenes featurettes and the like), The eighth season/series set will also include exclusive footage from the London Premiere Q&A with Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman; lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and a documentary following the Doctor Who World Tour, and the Doctor Who: Deep Breath Live Pre-Show & After Who Live (hosted by comedian and Doctor Who superfan Chris Hardwick).
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BBC America’s Intruders – about a secret society devoted to the pursuit of immortality via body snatching – is coming to DVD and Blu-Ray just in time for Christmas.
The ten-episode first season will be in stores on December 23rd – making it the perfect last-minute gift for those who love moody, intelligent sci-fi. Further details follow the jump.
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods Extended Edition is now available on Blu-Ray/DAV Combo Pack – with twenty minutes of never before seen footage.
To celebrate the home video release, two voice actors from the cast, Sean Schemmel and Chris Sabat, will appear at New York Comic Con 2014 on October 10th and 11th.
Details follow the jump.
The Turtles are coming – to home video, that is! On November 25th, TMNT will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray/DVD Combo-Pack. The Blu-Ray will contain eight extra features – including an extended ending sequence and the Shell Shock music video.
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The Doctor is dead! Long live The Doctor!
Matt Smith’s charming, silly, dangerous Eleventh Doctor has regenerated, but his memory lives on in the new Doctor Who: The Complete Matt Smith Limited Edition Blu-Ray Gift Set.
The set includes every adventure of the Eleventh Doctor – including his two-episode crossover with The Sarah Jane Adventures. Also collected here for the first time: The Five Doctors Reboot, Doctor Who at The Proms 2013 and more.
Follow the jump for complete details. Doctor Who: The Complete Matt Smith Limited Edition Blu-Ray Gift Set will be in stores on November 4th.
The BBC series Merlin – which told the story of how Merlin came to be the foremost advisor to the legendary King Arthur – is getting a complete series Blu-Ray release that will feature, in addition to previously available features, new audio commentaries for two season five episodes; footage from Merlin’s 2012 panel at Comic-Con, and The Real Arthur and Merlin – a featurette in which series stars Colin Morgan and Bradley James visit sites from from the legend of Merlin.
Merlin: The complete Series will be in stores on November 4th. For further details, follow the jump.
It’s only been a few weeks and already the debut of the twelfth Doctor is available on home video. While that could be seen as nothing more than a clever marketing ploy, Peter Capaldi’s first adventure in the TARDIS is memorable for a number of reasons (including a limited theatrical release) – enough that the release of Doctor Who: Deep Breath works as a standalone.