Bonus View Digest - February 8, 2012

Posted Fri Feb 8, 2013 at 01:00 PM PST by

It's been a very busy week on The Bonus View. New home theaters, film festivals, and movie reviews galore!

Sundance Film Festival

Throughout the week we continued to publish reviews for the movie's Aaron saw at Sundance. Check out reviews for 'The Lifeguard,' 'The Look of Love,' 'Manhunt,' 'Lovelace,' 'Virtually Heroes,' and 'Austenland.'

Blu-ray News

Still trying to figure out what to pick up this week? Well, Josh has his weekly comprehensive Blu-ray Highlights column to guide your home video purchases. This week we get Disney's 'Peter Pan,' 'Flight,' and 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' just to name a few.

Home Theater News

If you've been following Josh's home theater renovations closely, then you'll definitely want to see his newest entry. The soon-to-be theater gets a coat of paint, carpet, and begins to look like a real home cinema.

Theatrical News

We have a review for 'Identity Thief.' Is the new comedy any good? Or should you skip it and wait for funnier stuff?

Luke and Aaron continue their Box Office Pick'em Showdown this month. Aaron easily won the month of January. Check out the draft of movies for February and join in on the discussion on who will ultimately be crowned the Box Office Prognosticator Champion.

TV Recaps

This week we covered some of our favorite shows, along with some 2013 series premieres. Find out what we thought about FX's brand-new thriller 'The Americans' and NBC's 'Do No Harm.' We also have recaps for 'Happy Endings,' and 'American Horror Story.'

Special Features

"I'm too old for this sh--!" was the theme for this week's Weekend Roundtable. What actors or filmmakers do you think are so over the hill that they are grasping at straws with the new roles they're taking? We discuss some of our favorites, what are yours?

Thanks for joining us this week. As always it's been a lot of fun covering the latest and greatest in high-def entertainment for our great readers. We wish you a weekend full of great movies with flawless presentations.