It’s been a whole two months since the last Marvel superhero blockbuster hit Blu-ray. You know what that means… Here comes the next one!
Moral of the story: the gig economy saves lives. At least, if Dawn and Tara had called an Uber rather than drunkenly bickering over car keys, they wouldn’t have wound up in the crosshairs of a psychopathic, murderous clown.
The troubling trend of ugly SteelBook cover art has perhaps hit its unfortunate zenith as the Rambo franchise (at least some of it) makes its debut in 4k Ultra HD.
New Blu-rays this week put a peculiar focus on hotels and the number eight. I feel like there’s a secret Masonic code in there that we need Dan Brown to crack.
These days, it seems like pretty much any piece of consumer electronics you can get your hands on will stream video from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and more. For home theater purposes, what streaming device do you favor? Are you ...
Even as Best Buy’s brick-and-mortar stores scale back physical media, the corporation continues to cater to SteelBook fans. The retailer’s latest batch of exclusives put an interesting emphasis on spaceships named Discovery.
On September 15th (actually a couple days earlier if you were paying attention), Warner Bros. and DC Comics launched the new DC Universe streaming service, promising a one-stop shop for all things DC Comics related, including movi...
The biggest Blu-ray releases this week are a pair of sequels that nobody really asked for and probably weren’t needed. Isn’t that the case with most sequels, though?
The end begins with a thoughtful gift.
It used to be that the release of a new Star Wars movie to either theaters or home video was a major event. Has Disney’s plan to churn out new Star Wars content non-stop in perpetuity already triggered franchise fatigue among fans...
A bunch of recent movies have been announced to get 4k Ultra HD SteelBook editions. Amazingly, not all of them are Pop Art monstrosities.
The dinosaur franchise originally started by Steven Spielberg continues to stomp all over the worldwide box office. Will its reign of terror last forever, or will it eventually go extinct?