We’ve got the details on Star Trek: The Next Generation — Season One reaching store shelves on Blu-ray in July 2012.
Archives for April 2012
With MIB II the franchise entered the sophomore slump, one that it is just looking to climb out of now with MIB IIID. This Blu-ray release is a reference release, nonetheless, proving even a not so great film can benefit from the format’s capabilities.
While it doesn’t seem quite as spectacular as it once did, Men in Black still holds quite a bit of entertainment value in this strong transfer to Blu-ray from Sony.
A spy thriller with a badass female lead? Sounds good to me. Soderbergh’s film, Haywire, arrives with a reference audio/video presentation armed with a well made thriller.
For those who want high flexibility with universal source compatibility and terrific audio and video performance, the Rotel RSX 1562 will fill the bill.
Director Hun Jang’s riveting film on the Korean War from the South Korean perspective finally arrives on Blu-ray in the US from Well Go USA in an acceptable release, but one that is just a tad below the quality of the region-free offering from the UK’s Cine-Asia.
Korea’s War of the Arrows is one of the most exciting, riveting, beautifully shot and action-filled films you will want to see on Blu-ray this year and it arrives in a reference, region-free release from the UK’s Cine-Asia.
Famed Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu and a stellar cast present a domestic drama set in post-World War II Japan. The Criterion Collection’ remastering of the 70-year old film should be applauded as this is, in all respects, a cinematic masterpiece.
The Criterion Collection unearths Mario Monicelli’s stark account of the Italian labor movement in this 1963 film noir. Marcello Mastroianni and a strong supporting cast deliver compelling performances while the restoration efforts are reasonably successful.
Cinderella heads to Blu-ray in three editions from Disney in October 2012.