This isn’t a major week of releases for DVD and Blu-ray, but there’s some solid films worth checking out. For those who like action movies, there’s a Walter Hill film you may have missed in the theater, while Sony’s “Mastered in 4K” experiment continues.
After a long holiday weekend, we’re finally get some decent releases on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Many of which are titles from earlier this year which failed to rouse much interest, but still, there’s Spring Breakers.
It’s a very slow week for new releases, perhaps because we’re about to hit the fourth of July, but one of the spring’s biggest surprise hits and one of its bigger bombs are coming out this week, along with one of the most respected documentaries ever made.
Now that we’re in the summer, most of the movies from spring are hitting home video. One of the year’s biggest flops joins one of the year’s best movies on home video this week, along with some Criterion releases, and some new television. Check it out…
This week brings one of the biggest films of 2013 (so far) to home video, some Disney animated titles, and some classic schlock. All in all a good week of releases.
This week brings a number of the bigger films from early 2013. None of them are all-timers, but some might be happy to have all the Die Hard films. There's also a lot of cool television, and some good classic titles this week, so check out what's available now on DVD and Blu-ray.
With Memorial Day weekend, this week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases are paltry, but there are some much wanted catalog titles, and one of the most famous fiascos of all time. Check ‘em out.
This week offers a number of this year’s earlier films, most of which failed to make much of an impression at the box office. This was sad for Arnold Schwarzenegger, and for Warner Brothers, who thought they might have the next Twilight/Harry Potter on their hands. There’s also a ton of cool older titles hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week....
For whatever reason Warner Brothers delayed the release of Cloud Atlas until now, which is surprising as it came out in October, and most films have a four to five month window before the hit home video. Well, we're glad it's here. It's a very strong week for catalog titles as well, so check out what's hitting this week.
One of the year’s most talked about films is already hitting Blu-ray, but that’s partly because of the way it was made. Upstream Color and Jack Reacher are the highlights of the week, with a ton of new catalog titles hitting as well. Saddle up for some expenses, fellow collectors.
There are a number of more new releases to home video today than in the last couple weeks, which is exciting, but most are wash outs from earlier this year and from last year. There are some great catalog titles, which is nice. Check it out…
As we head into the summer season, we’re starting to see some 2013 releases hitting DVD and Blu-ray just as some of the last films from 2012 are hitting the format. It’s an okay week for releases, but it’s hard to get super excited about any of the new films. Check it out…
Another slow week for DVD and Blu-ray releases, but hey, hopefully your taxes are done, and you can pick up Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. Otherwise, there’s a great classic 80’s film hitting the Criterion collection, and some classic Jackie Chan films.
We’re in a slow season for DVD and Blu-ray as many of the big Christmas films have hit disc, or are about to (waiting on you Django Unchained), and as such of late it’s more a steady trickle of slightly interesting titles than any big wallet busting weeks. There are some great titles to chose from, and you can check them out below.
This is one of the most pathetic weeks of new releases in quite some time. Seriously, ridiculously under-stuffed. There’s an HBO movie, and one of the cult films that got some attention a while back, and two musicals from Fox. And that’s about it.
An Oscar winner, some television and some great catalog titles are the treats of the week. And those who love Star Trek are getting one of the better (though maligned) shows on Blu-ray. All in all a good week for fans.
This week brings The Hobbit and Zero Dark Thirty to DVD and Blu-ray, which is exciting, and some of the most anticipated Criterion releases of the year. So, not a bad week. New: Bachelorette: This is hit VOD last year, and was a minor triumph, and is now coming to DVD/Blu-ray. Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Lizzy Caplan...
Some nice titles this week, including one of the surprise winners at this year’s Oscars, a charming character study of alcoholics, and some great catalog titles, mostly from Disney, and including Who Framed Roger Rabbit…
Slow week for Blu-rays and DVD, but one of the fall's most charming films is hitting the format, along with one of Steven Spielberg's masterpieces. All that and a few others in this week's picks.
Perhaps in the haze of the post-Oscar season, there wasn’t a lot of pressure to put out films on Blu-ray this week, but we are getting two of the best films of last year, and one of the Coen Brothers’ most underrated films (partly because it was a bomb on release).