Bonus View Digest - September 30, 2011

Posted Fri Sep 30, 2011 at 01:30 PM PDT by

This has been one of our busiest weeks at The Bonus View. With the new TV shows premiering these last few weeks we've been hard at work trying to recap as many new series for you as possible. That's not all we've been up to though. We've covered a variety of different subjects this week. Take a look.

Home Theater News

This week E let us in on the way he has found to store his growing Blu-ray collection. Running out of shelf space, then you may want to read how he has consolidated his collection.

Feeling like streaming a movie at home this weekend? Check out what's new on Netflix and Vudu.

Theatrical News

Along with the Weekend Box Office report Luke Hickman also saw 'Moneyball' which he raved about in his review. Baseball statistics not your thing? Then check out Luke's other review for the new Joseph Gordon-Levitt film '50/50.'

Even though Josh is home from the Toronto Film Festival, we've still posted a few more of his reviews. Check out his review for 'Jeff Lives at Home' starring Jason Segel, directed by the Duplass Brothers. Another review from the festival that you may want to read is 'I Am a Good Person/I Am a Bad Person.'

E takes on the latest trailers in this week's edition of the Trailer Park, while Aaron takes a look at the new movie posters being hung on cinema walls everywhere in this week's Posterizing.

Video Game News

Dick gives us a list of brand new video game releases we should be excited for. While Wayne recounts his initial impressions of the big video game release of the past couple weeks, 'Gears of War 3.'

TV Recaps

This week has been extremely busy on the TV front. In order to give you the best, most thorough coverage of all the new premieres and returning shows, I'm going to point you toward the TV-centric Bonus View posts we have up. Please check out Part 1 and Part 2.

Special Features

This week on One From the Vault Wayne watched ' Marathon Man,' see what he thought about this 70s thriller. Our Weekend Roundtable gave us an opportunity to talk about shows that started of rocky, but became very good in later seasons. The Mid-Week Poll asked which new TV comedies you'd be watching this fall. Right now 'New Girl' is in the lead, but just barely.

Thanks for joining us once again on The Bonus View. Have a great weekend.