This week on Blu-ray, giant kaiju stomp major cities to rubble while Tom Hanks violates your privacy and steals all your personal data. I ask you, which is the bigger monster, really?
February this year starts with a monstrous assortment of new Blu-ray releases. Do you see any titles you’re in love with?
Before anyone starts angrily typing on their keyboards about the lack of originality in Hollywood or how studios no longer take risks, here are some examples where reboots and remakes might prove entertaining.
SMASH! STOMP! ROAAAARRR!!! Godzilla is back, and one of our readers will get a free Blu-ray copy of this summer’s new blockbuster hit movie. Let’s see who won.
He’s smashed his way from Tokyo to San Francisco, and now he’s ready to stomp into your living room. We have a spare Blu-ray copy of this summer’s new blockbuster hit ‘Godzilla’ to give away, and it can be yours easily.
It’s another big week for Blu-ray, with another huge batch of new titles on the high-def discs. From giant monsters to tiny cult films and lots in between, Hollywood is determined to drain our bank accounts. Will you indulge?
Whether you’re a fan of zombies, musicals, giant monsters or Adam Sandler riding an ostrich, this week may have a Blu-ray or two for you. Just imagine if we could put all these things together into one movie. I’d pay good money to...
We haven’t done a SteelBook update here in a while. Let’s take a look at a pair of recent animal-themed disaster epics that are getting metal case collectibles.
After the success of ’21 Jump Street’ in 2012, it’s little surprise that the sequel would open strong – but strong enough to trump the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ sequel by $10 million? No one saw that coming.
The stars had nothing to do with this weekend’s box office results. Based on an absurdly popular Young Adult novel, one movie was sure to do big business. Another, whose marketing made it look like a generic sci-fi action flick, d...
Disney continues to enchant audiences with its second big release family release in six months. However, while ‘Frozen>’ deserved its record-breaking success, this weekend’s fairy tale reboot did not.
Over the long holiday weekend, Marvel’s X-Men showed their mutant strength while audiences shouted that they don’t want to watch Adam Sandler on vacation anymore.