Posts Tagged ‘blu ray review’

New to View: Aug. 2

A dystopian look at love in the future, a Key & Peele feature comedy and an Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas biopic lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Brooklyn - inside

New to View: March 22

Best Picture Oscar nominee "Brooklyn," the "Steve Jobs" biopic and the complete series of "Freaks and Geeks" lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.


New to View: Oct. 6

The latest sequels to "Magic Mike" and "Insidious," the documentary "Batkid Begins" and a "Poltergeist" remake lead this week's Blu-ray & DVD releases.
From left, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, Vin Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, Nathalie Emmanuel and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges star in "Furious Seven," a 2015 Universal Pictures release directed by James Wan.

New to View: Sept. 15

"Furious 7," Disney's live-action adaptation of "Cinderella" and the excellent Brian Wilson biopic "Love and Mercy" lead this week's new Blu-ray & DVD releases.

Harrison Ford, Kathy Baker, Amanda Crew and Blake Lively star in "The Age of Adaline," a 2015 Lionsgate film directed by Lee Toland Krieger.

New to View: Sept. 8

The romantic drama of "The Age of Adaline," the second season of "The Goldbergs" and a Blu-ray edition of "Dressed to Kill" make up this week's new releases.
review for Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man

A tremendous rendition of the Web Slinger, but it could have been even better.

Scream 4

Scream 4

A mostly ho-hum entry, the tank is running dry on the "Scream" series.
Nightmare before Christmas inside

Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Christoween classic is only worth getting if you have a 3D TV and Blu-ray player.

Exporting Raymond inside

Exporting Raymond

A fun, accessible, airy documentary that speaks about cultural differences between America and our Russian friends filtered through a piece of Americana.
Limitless inside


A modern film dripping with '80s sleaze, "Limitless" is an enjoyably slimy yuppie fantasy that oozes machismo.

GUlliver's Travels inside

Gulliver’s Travels

A steaming, stinking heap of rotten monkey excrement, "Gulliver's Travels" is a poor excuse for a film and nothing resembling legitimate entertainment.
THe Incredibles inside

The Incredibles

Pixar's marvelous take on the superhero movie gets a Blu-ray treatment worthy of a film of its stature.

Skyline inside


"Skyline" manages to make alien invasions seem dull, handled with all the force and know-how of a school-board meeting.
Alien Anthology inside

Alien Anthology

The classic sci fi/horror quadrilogy hits blu ray with more extras than you can shake a facehugger at.