This week’s Blu-ray releases are tinged with sadness. The most promising new title available reminds us of the recent loss of its talented young star.
Collectors take note: A bunch of new Blu-ray SteelBooks for hit movies and popular franchises were announced recently. Unfortunately, some of them are more attractive than others.
Criterion has been one busy little label over the past six months. Since the last Barnes & Noble sale ended in late November, nearly 50 new Criterion Blu-ray discs have been released. How many will you buy at 50% off?
Welcome back from the July 4th festivities. We hope you got your fill of parades, backyard barbecues, and watching stuff blow up while classical music plays. As is so typical during holiday weeks, you shouldn’t expect any major ne...
A part of me is grateful for slow periods like this. I don’t have a lot of money to spend on Blu-rays right now anyway. Regardless, I still covet at least one disc this week.
June started off with a big rush of new Blu-rays, including at least a couple of must-own titles. As if to give you a chance to catch your breath, the release calendar slows down dramatically this week.
Looking strictly at volume, we have another big week for new Blu-ray releases. Perhaps no single title is quite as compelling as what last week offered, but you might find an item or two of interest if you look.
Until now, the only ‘Star Trek’ Blu-rays available in SteelBook packaging were the J.J. Abrams reboots, plus a very limited Best Buy exclusive copy of ‘The Wrath of Khan’. To celebrate the franchise’s 50th anniversary, Paramount w...
A couple of exceptions aside, this May wasn’t the most exciting month for Blu-ray releases. June attempts to make up for that right away with a huge slate of new discs that should have at least a few really good ones in there.
Another long weekend has flown by too quickly. Let’s start the new week as we always do, by looking at all the latest Blu-ray releases. As few as there may be this week, perhaps you’ll find a disc of interest?
The two best Blu-rays this week are actually reissues of movies previously released on the format. That either speaks toward how badly these titles deserved a do-over, or how uninteresting everything else is.
Even though movies based on videogames have a terrible track record, Hollywood keeps trying to make them work. With ‘The Angry Birds Movie’, we’ve reached a phase where even games that may seem impossible to adapt into narrative f...