In contrast to last week, a genuine box office hit comes to both Blu-ray and Ultra HD this week. Plenty of people saw the movie in theaters. How many of them were actually satisfied with it is perhaps a different matter.
A couple of the worst-reviewed movies of 2018 hit Blu-ray this week. Both were also box office duds. I suppose it’s no surprise that their respective studios aren’t even bothering to release them on Ultra HD. Let’s see if we can h...
A big fish swims home this week as DC’s billion-dollar blockbuster hits the Blu-ray and Ultra HD disc formats. This might be a bigger deal if it hadn’t been available for streaming for a couple weeks already.
One of the most inventive and exciting uses of animation from 2018 hits Blu-ray and Ultra HD this week. Also, the Mary Poppins reboot.
Poised to dominate the Blu-ray and Ultra HD scene this week is the latest entry from the Wizarding World. But could this year’s surprise Best Picture winner sneak in and upset the sales charts the way it upset the Oscars?
By the time this post is published, the Oscars should be over. (With that interminable ceremony, there’s a chance maybe not.) Some of this week’s new disc releases were nominated. Did they win anything? I’d guess no, but the nomin...
Tell me somethin’, girl. Are you happy in this modern world? Or do you need more? Is there a Blu-ray you’re searchin’ for?
From rocking musicians to disgraced politicians, bio-pics take center stage on Blu-ray this week. Don’t stop me now. I’m having such a good time.
This week is so chock full of new Blu-ray and Ultra HD releases that you’d have to be a real curmudgeon not to find at least a little something to your liking.
Irene Dunne and Cary Grant were a match made in movie heaven. Thanks to their peerless talent – and the brilliance of director Leo McCarey – The Awful Truth stands as one of Hollywood’s funniest and smartest screwball comedies. Di...
The biggest Blu-ray and Ultra HD title this week is a movie about a very important historical figure from the late 1960s – but not the one we’re meant to celebrate with the holiday on Monday.
This is not Halloween, obviously. Nevertheless, movies from Halloween, even some with “Halloween” right in the name, land on Blu-ray and Ultra HD in the middle of January. One of them was a pretty big box office hit.