This week offers one of last year’s best movies that was sadly ignored by the academy and never got a particularly wide release. Also a film that shockingly got an Oscar nomination, a an arthouse flop, and some great catalog titles.
It’s like they knew! This week’s new DVD and Blu-ray releases is bringing best picture winner 12 Years a Slave to shelves fresh off its win. Whether that means a better special edition is released in a couple months is unknown, but seems likely.
Though this week may not have many titles, it’s got it where it counts in terms of quality. Gravity, Nebraska, and Thor: The Dark World hit home video this week, while Criterion is putting out two new titles sure to make film fans salivate.
This may be the quietest new release week we’ve seen in a while, though it could be that with the powerhouse HBO show Game of Thrones hitting home video, no one else wanted to compete.
There are mostly new releases this week, and it’s the television seasons that are the must buys. The Criterion Collection is releasing the first title they’re going to intentionally double dip, while one of the most underrated releases of 2013 hits the digital format. New: All is Lost: Robert Redford stars by himself in this tale of a sailor whose ship is wounded in the...
This week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases offers mostly newer titles, but there’s a Criterion release, and one of the best picture nominees, and some turkeys (literally, there’s a film about turkeys).
Lots of new releases this week, though most are late fall titles that didn’t click with audiences. But there’s some good titles in this mix.
Two Oscar nominees are hitting Blu-ray and DVD this week -- for those looking to play awards season catch up -- along with some interesting indies, and the terrible Machete Kills. Also some good catalog titles, including Cat People and a remastered edition of the original RoboCop.
This week offers a number of great catalog titles, and some interesting films from last year -- some cult titles, others Oscar bait -- but there’s something for everyone this week.
Most of the new releases this week were films that disappeared from theaters at a very quick clip. Such is the first real week of January. Fortunately, Criterion is bringing an A title for those itching to purchase something.
This week brings a lot of new releases, and two of the summer’s most talked about films, one starring Johnny Depp, the other starring Matt Damon. There’s something for everyone.
This week brings Fast and Furious 6 to home video, a release that only reminds of the recent loss of Paul Walker. It also brings Despicable Me 2, the second biggest film of the summer (and the year to date, it should get passed by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire). That and some Disney classics make for a good week of home video.
This week brings The Wolverine and The Smurfs to the small screen. And some classics from Criterion, so there’s something for everyone.
Since the series just ended, it’s nice that Breaking Bad’s final eight episode hit DVD and Blu-ray this week, along with some of the year’s more notorious movies, and one heck of a Criterion Collection release.
There’s a lot of fun, solid summer movies coming this week on DVD and Blu-ray, on top of some great catalog titles from the mad people over at Shout and Scream Factory. It’s one of the rare weeks that no matter what your tastes, there’s going to be something for you.
This week, DVD and Blu-ray releases are dominated by Superman as Man of Steel comes to home video. But there’s also some great Criterion and classic releases to sift through. Check it out.
There’s a lot this week if you like television and new releases, plus some great catalog titles. But we’re most excited for the release of The Right Stuff on Blu-ray, because it’s The Right Stuff.
Pixar leads a sleepy week of new releases, with Monsters University arriving for home video along with one of the summer’s biggest bombs.
Just in time for Halloween, Warner Brothers has prepped The Conjuring, one of the summer’s biggest surprise hits. It leads a week with some of the summer’s arthouse fare, and one of the most branded films of the summer. Also some great Criterions. Check it out…
It’s a modest week for DVD and Blu-ray, but one of the summer’s biggest comedies, the Guillermo del Toro film Pacific Rim, and some great catalog titles means there’s something for everyone.