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Hunger Games, The (Blu-ray Review)    15 Aug, 2012

Article By: Chris Tribbey

Lionsgate has fun with the disc, even before the bonuses, with an awesome introduction, slick menus...More>>

Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (Blu-ray Review)    13 Aug, 2012

Article By: Mike Clark

Director/co-writer Ken Annakin’s real-life love for aviation permeates every frame of 'Machines,'...More>>

Rio Grande (Blu-ray Review)    13 Aug, 2012

Article By: Mike Clark

Overall, 'Rio Grande' is the loosey-goosiest of director John Ford’s famed Cavalry trilogy, which...More>>

Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (DVD Review)    9 Aug, 2012

Article By: Erik Gruenwedel

Veteran actor Tom Selleck reprises his role for the eighth time as police chief Jesse Stone in the...More>>

Age of the Dragons (Blu-ray Review)    8 Aug, 2012

Article By: John Latchem

The best thing low-budget fantasy adventure 'Age of the Dragons' has going for it is a clever...More>>

Strike Back: Cinemax Season 1 (Blu-ray Review)    4 Aug, 2012

Article By: Chris Tribbey

“Strike Back” initially relies on sex and simple brutality to get your attention. (Street Date...More>>

Hatfields & McCoys (Blu-ray Review)    3 Aug, 2012

Article By: John Latchem

It’s like watching 'The Godfather' set in the old West.More>>

Star Trek: The Next Generation — Season One (Blu-ray Review)    2 Aug, 2012

Article By: John Latchem

This high-def remaster of the original film elements is a welcome upgrade that instantly gives the...More>>

Singin’ in the Rain: 60th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)    30 Jul, 2012

Article By: Mike Clark

Warner Home Entertainment has given this MGM release the full deluxe treatment, with sterling sound...More>>

Last Days of Disco, The (Blu-ray Review)    30 Jul, 2012

Article By: Mike Clark

A clean and colorful Blu-ray upgrade of what I now think is one of the most engaging movies of its...More>>