Posts Tagged ‘new on video’
Guardians of the Galaxy - inside

New to View: ‘Guardians’ blasts off for home use with attitude

Bob Bloom's definitive column about new video releases, "New to View," runs down the week of Dec. 9.
Avatar - inside

Avatar (Extended Collector’s Edition)

James Cameron's new Extended Collector's Edition of "Avatar" contains hours and hours of new goodies to experience.

Tyson Houseman

Tyson Houseman

The "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" star talks being cast as Quil Ateara, scoring a major franchise role at his first audition, and finally becoming a wolf.
The Road - inside

The Road

This spare, understated near-masterpiece about a post-apocalyptic wasteland is a joyous cinematic experience.

Tooth Fairy - inside

Tooth Fairy

"Tooth Fairy" is derivative, family-friendly pap ... and yet I just couldn't bring myself to hate it.
Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - inside

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

"The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" is Terry Gilliam's most Gilliam-esque film to date, and a fitting final bow for Heath Ledger.

Avatar - inside


It's a shame that "Avatar," a truly watershed epic and the top-grossing film of all time, is being given such a bare-bones video release.
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The Lovely Bones

A disappointment that still resulted in a worthy film, "The Lovely Bones" arrives on video this week.

Pirate Radio - Inside

Pirate Radio

This excellent, little-seen comedy about the early outlaw days of British rock 'n' roll radio is now out on video, with top-shelf extras.
LOTR - inside

The Lord(s) of the Rings

Both Peter Jackson's much-lauded trilogy and Ralph Bakshi's animated version of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic fantasy are now on Blu-ray.

Brothers - lede


"Brothers" is less concerned with the rightness of the war on terror than the dire effects on the men and women touched by it.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

A modest improvement over its predecessor, the mushy "New Moon" at least has action scenes with a little bite.

Cold Souls - inside

Cold Souls

A movie that desperately wants to be the next "Being John Malkovich," "Cold Souls" forgets to be funny.


Difficult to watch but not to be missed, "Precious" is a harrowing tale of our most precious humanity.