Bonus View Digest - Aug. 10, 2012

Posted Fri Aug 10, 2012 at 02:00 PM PDT by

We have another contest going on The Bonus View! How would you like to win the 'Rushmore' Criterion for free? Details after the jump.

Blu-ray News

The biggest news this week is that we're giving away a copy of Criterion's release of Wes Anderson's 'Rushmore.' Head on over to the contest and enter in your own caption for a chance to win. Today is the last day to get your entries in, so hurry up and add your caption. You could be cracking open a brand-new, free present from High-Def Digest in the near future.

Like every week, Josh covers the week's Blu-ray releases in this week's Blu-ray Highlights column. Not a whole lot hitting the format this week, but Josh let's you know what you should be looking out for, including the long-awaited John Cusack films 'Grosse Pointe Blank' and 'High Fidelity.'

Home Theater News

Josh continues on with his Auteur Theory series by taking a look at 'Twin Peaks' pilot episode and explains why it's one of the best things director David Lynch has ever directed.

Theatrical News

Headed out to see 'The Bourne Legacy' this weekend? Check out Luke's review to see what he thought about the fourth movie in the 'Bourne' franchise and the first one to not star Matt Damon. Luke also reviewed the new Will Ferrell comedy 'The Campaign' and the indie movie 'Ruby Sparks.'

In the Trailer Park, E discussed the new trailer for 'Skyfall' the new Bond movie along with 'Taken 2.'

TV News

This week Steven Cohen took one for the team to find out if NBC's 'Whitney' is actually that bad. Find out what he thought about the much-maligned NBC sitcom.

We also recapped an episode of 'True Blood' in case you're interested.

Special Features

Last weekend on the Weekend Roundtable we discussed our favorite movie dogs, what are yours? In the Mid-Week Poll we asked what was the best streaming service for watching television series. Finally, Aaron has started a new feature on the blog called Cinematic Association. The inaugural post is called The Dolph Dilemma. Aaron takes a look at Dolph Lundgren's perplexing acting career and tries to make sense of it.

Thanks for joining us on the blog this week. Also, just to give you an extra reminder, make sure you enter the 'Rushmore' contest. Today is the last day to get your entries in before the cutoff and we really want you to win that free Blu-ray.