Between Blu-ray and Ultra HD, a deep selection of nearly a hundred movie and TV titles hit disc this week. That’s a lot to go through, so let’s dive right in.
Best Buy has been cranking out new Blu-ray and Ultra HD SteelBook announcements at a steady clip recently. Some of the latest include a couple of hit movies still rocking out in theaters, and one that’s struggling to crack an audi...
November gets off to an incredible start as one of the biggest movies of the year hits Blu-ray. I know, I can hardly believe that we’ve hit the end of the Sharknado franchise either!
This final week of October may be something of a dumping ground for movies that underperformed at the box office. Luckily, some catalog titles and 4k upgrades may be worth your time.
Here we go again, another round of new Blu-ray releases. One will surely rake in money, money, money. As they say, the winner takes it all. That’s just the name of the game. When all is said and done, will you take a chance on som...
For as certain as it is that even third-tier Marvel Comics characters will eventually get their own big-budget feature films, we can also count on every last one of them to be packaged in SteelBooks on Blu-ray and/or Ultra HD.
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!
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.
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.
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?
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...