2016 has been a really tough time for sequels. Some of the year’s seemingly surefire franchise hits wound up disappointing at the box office. Two such casualties make their way to Blu-ray this week.
Daniel Craig swears that he’s done playing James Bond, and just turned down a huge payday to return as secret agent 007. Who should replace him?
Sad to say, the most appealing Blu-ray release this week is a catalog title I mistakenly listed as available a few weeks ago. I suppose that’s good news for those of us who’d like to save our cash.
The world was shaken yesterday by the news that rock icon (and occasionally actor and filmmaker) Prince died unexpectedly at the age of 57. Sadly, his wasn’t the only notable passing this week.
Batman sure is getting awfully cocky now that he’s gone toe-to-toe with the great and powerful Superman and stood his ground. Feeling like he’s ready to take on all comers, what other iconic movie characters should Gotham’s Dark K...
You know his name and you’ve got his number. Now one of you will take home a free copy of James Bond’s latest movie on Blu-ray. Let’s see who won last week’s ‘Spectre’ contest.
The Oscars are just a week away. As happens most years, some of the nominees for this year’s Academy Awards are less deserving of awards and praise than others. Like some of these, for example.
James Bond’s latest adventure is his biggest and most ambitious yet, and the Blu-ray edition will blow your home theater room apart with its powerful bass. We have a spare copy of ‘Spectre‘ to give away. Enter now for your chance ...
As mentioned in this week’s Blu-ray Highlights post, Best Buy is currently carrying an exclusive SteelBook edition of the latest James Bond opus. Here are some images of that, plus another recent hit.
Judging by the number of new releases available, this is a pretty light week for Blu-ray. However, a couple of those titles are heavy hitters (perhaps one more so than the other).
2015 was a year of many blockbuster movies that made lots of money. Many of them did not deserve to make so much money, but a few may have been halfway watchable, and an even smaller number actually “good.” Which of the year’s meg...
For the third consecutive week, ‘The Hunger Games’ took the top spot at the box office. That was to be expected. What wasn’t expected was that a PG-13 Christmas horror tale came close to defeating Katniss.