The biggest new Blu-ray this week boldly goes where twelve previous movies have already gone before. If that doesn’t do it for you, perhaps you’ll find some enjoyment in watching an Oscar winner completely humiliate himself?
This is such a slow week for the Blu-ray format that I wouldn’t be surprised if most people haven’t even heard of many (or any) of the new releases. A few catalog titles might be worth a look, fortunately.
With Halloween approaching, this is a good time for the home video studios to release a lot of horror movies on Blu-ray. Sadly, it’s also time to dump more of this summer’s box office flops.
You know what it takes to release one of the most testosterone-fueled movies ever made on Blu-ray the same week a rival releases the controversial all-female ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot? It takes BRASS BALLS to do that.
The massive deluge of Blu-rays this week brings us a mutant apocalypse, airborne sharks and a farting corpse, among other weirdness. October is off to a crazy start.
This is another big week for bombs on Blu-ray. September closes with one of the year’s worst summer tentpole flops, John Cusack’s latest DTV disaster, and an arthouse dud. Some comedy, horror and cult movies might brighten our out...
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.
Strap yourselves in, folks. I told you September looked like a good month for Blu-rays. From major new blockbusters to awesome cult movies, this week could be a wallet-buster.
Welcome to September. Did you have a nice holiday weekend? In terms of Blu-rays, the new month looks more promising than the last one. This week starts off strong with a long-awaited catalog title.
August may draw to a close with relatively few new Blu-rays on the docket, but – in contrast to the rest of the month – this final week at least leaves us with one pretty big hit movie that should stir some interest among disc buy...
A pair of crime comedies, one brand new and one a classic, overshadow the rest of this week’s Blu-ray release list while a sequel no one wanted, some art films, and a whole bunch of TV box sets also vie for your attention.
This is a good week to be a fan of cult movies from the 1980s. It’s also a good week to be a fan of terrible animated movies based on videogames, but I assume that fewer of you will want to admit that.