Tag: blu ray
Man of Steel leaps on to Blu-ray and DVD and the question on everyone's mind is, "How does it hold up in a home entertainment setting?" I'm happy to say it fares well and doesn't lose any of its charm or excitement. I've watched it both on a 32-inch and 45-inch TV and it held up as an emotional and action-packed roller coaster ride filled with enough well-crafted eye-candy to stun even the most cynical CGI naysayer.
Universal has announced a pair of blu-rays that are sure to have Edgar Wright fans giddy (I know I am). First of all they've announced the blu-ray for The World's End, the final film in the Cornetto trilogy, which released last month, but on top of that, they've revealed the details on The Ultimate Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy, brining all three films together with new bonus features. Come inside to check out the details on both of them!
The next-gen Xbox will require an internet connection to operate and product keys will end second-hand gaming.
With a string of successful animated films, Warner Bros. has finally given fans the adaptation they've been craving in The Dark Knight Returns. Part 1 just hit store shelves and we're here to help you decide whether or not this animated film is worth adding to your collection at home!
Warner Bros. gave us the chance to take a look at their latest blu-ray release of Extrememly Loud and Incredibly Close, based off of the novel of the same name, and we're here to help you decide whether or not this deserves to be added to your film collection.
Warner Bros recently shot the new Ultimate Collector's Edition of The Town over to us, and it's brimming with all kinds of goodies inside. So we took it upon ourselves to delve into all of the bonuses and extras in order to let you know whether this edition is worth picking up for your collection.
Wow, two Star Wars related news stories in one day! That's to much for the geek o'sphere to handle, me thinks. Anywho, for the latest on the Star Wars post conversion and a brand new trailer for The Complete Saga, hit the jump now.
Want to see a preview of deleted scenes from the Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray set? Here the video is, padawan.