For the first time, a complete season of Doctor Who is available on Blu-ray and it’s one of the best seasons of the show’s original run – with its most popular Doctor to boot.
Tag: Blu-ray Reviews
Horror films have made a big come back in the last few years. At Cinemacon this year, every studio presentation featured at least 2 new upcoming horror films. The Witch goes back. Way back to the 1600s when puritans ruled a small New England town. A family falls into the clutches of dark forces. The […]
Spotlight, The Best Picture of the Year, according to Oscar voters, is now available on Blu-ray/Digital HD.
Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston returns to the big screen in the Oscar bait worthy film Trumbo is now available on Blu-ray/DVD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
It was always more than just a heist! It’s a by the numbers heist film disguised as a Super Hero movie. Anyone who follows comic books knows that in that medium Hank Pym is a giant wife-beating douchebag who invented Ultron, but in the movie verse, Pym is sexy old guy Michael Douglas. How can […]
The best movie of 2014 (according to Oscar voters) is now available on Blu-ray. There’s a good chance you missed it in the theaters, now’s your chance to see what all the fuss was about.
Disney’s 1961 classic animated cartoon 101 Dalmatians gets a fresh coat of paint in a brand new Diamond Edition Blu-ray set.
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 […]
While I’m a big fan of the DCU Animated films and even put last year’s amazing Dark Knight Returns film on my top 5 movie list for 2013, I have to say, I’m a little tired of DC Animation focusing on Batman and Superman. So I wasn’t particularly excited about their latest effort Batman Assault […]
Even Batman can get roofied. It was only a matter of time before DC Animation got around to bringing Damian Wayne, the spoiled love child between Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Ghul and one of the most polarizing Batman sidekicks in history to the Animated universe.
If there’s one company that knows how to do a decent Direct to Home Video sequel it is Disney, they have mastered the art. Their latest Jungle Book 2, manages to maintain most of the things we love about the original while giving viewers an update on what our favorite characters are up to.