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In-depth reviews of titles released on Blu-ray Disc. Includes coverage of BD Live, Bonus View and other features.


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Silicon Valley: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray Review)    28 Mar, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

Mike Judge’s hilarious “Silicon Valley” is a comedy show about how nerds have taken over the...More>>

Imitation Game, The (Blu-ray Review)    27 Mar, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

In the hands of screenwriter Graham Moore, who won a well-deserved Oscar for his efforts, the story...More>>

Interstellar (Blu-ray Review)    26 Mar, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

'Interstellar,' Christopher Nolan’s ninth full-length feature in the director’s chair, is his...More>>

WWE: The Road Is Jericho — Epic Stories & Rare Matches From Y2J (DVD Review)    25 Mar, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

This is essential viewing for Chris Jericho fans in particular, and perhaps even pro-wrestling fans...More>>

John Ford: Dreaming The Quiet Man (Blu-ray Review)    23 Mar, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

Here in director Sé Merry Doyle’s full-length feature, Maureen O’Hara is front and center with...More>>

Prowler, The (Blu-ray Review)    23 Mar, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

Definitive L.A. crime novelist James Ellroy referred to director Joseph Losey’s uncommonly...More>>

Exodus: Gods and Kings (Blu-ray Review)    19 Mar, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

Director Ridley Scott’s modern reinterpretation of the Biblical story of Moses is heavy on action...More>>

Eat Drink Man Woman (Blu-ray Review)    16 Mar, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

As a title, ‘Eat Drink Man Woman’ seems pretty apt, given that it deals with four sets of...More>>

Stormy Weather (Blu-ray Review)    16 Mar, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

A major showcase for Lena Horne, 'Stormy Weather' is kind of back-loaded with some of its best...More>>

Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, The (3D Blu-ray Review)    13 Mar, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

Director Peter Jackson has succeeded in applying a darker tone to a story that was meant to be more...More>>