Did you really think the month of June would close out with a huge batch of awesome, must-own Blu-rays? Get outta here…
We’ve had some slow weeks for Blu-ray releases over the last few months, but this one… geez, this one is particularly bleak.
From hip-hop gangsta robots to the resurrected dead, this week’s Blu-rays sure do feature some wild tales. Welcome to our latest roundup. Let’s get down to business.
I have some good news! Whatever money you normally have allocated for your weekly Blu-ray addiction can be saved for other purposes, because this week does not offer much worth buying.
Will the heightened clarity of Blu-ray only serve to make Bradley Cooper’s ridiculous doll baby even more distracting? That’s one of the questions posed by this week’s batch of new titles on the format.
Could the most interesting Blu-ray release of the week be a famously cheesy television series from the 1970s? If so, what does that say about everything else?
We have another week without any huge hits, if that’s the sort of thing you focus on when shopping for Blu-rays. Fortunately, a few interesting titles find their way onto store shelves.
A disappointing entry in a faltering action franchise and a failed attempt at Oscar bait headline the latest batch of new Blu-ray releases. If you’re a fan of 1980s cult movies, however, this could be a big week for you.
If you’re looking for any major blockbusters to hit Blu-ray this week, you may be disappointed. However, take a closer look and you might find some pretty interesting stuff, including an intriguing horror hit and one of the ...
The last couple weeks had a bit of a slowdown on the Blu-ray front. This week comes roaring back with a major blockbuster, a very respected Oscar nominee, and at least one double-dip reissue worth considering.
Even with a pair of new action-filled epics on store shelves, the most exciting Blu-ray releases of the week are a set of old documentaries. How often does that happen?
What exactly is a “bottom dollar,” anyway? Is that an old-timey way of saying “last dollar”? If so, why would a modern child who has no reason to have ever heard the phrase use it in a song? These are some ...