Great action combines with humor and stellar performances in this Asian “western” from writer/director Wen Jiang, arriving on Blu-ray with a strong HD transfer and engaging lossless 5.1 mix.
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol marks an awesome return for the franchise with its fourth installment and the live-action directorial debut for Ratatouille director Bran Bird.
The exploits of Minato Sahashi and his bevy of buxom beauties begins in the first season of the sexy, fun, and action-filled anime series, Sekirei.
Riveting action and a dubious anti-hero defines filmmaker Na Hong-jin’s latest film, The Yellow Sea, one of the best action films to hit Blu-ray all year.
Infinite Stratos is reasonably enjoyable on Blu-ray, but don’t expect anything groundbreaking or remarkable.
A short and sweet high school based anime series from FUNimation.
Director Kinji Fukasaku’s controversial Battle Royale saga wages war all over again in this tricked-out Blu-ray book.
An excellent V/A presentation, an interesting film, fine acting, great direction AND a ton of features? The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is a must-own Blu-ray from Sony.
This animated fantasy from the 70s may bring back memories, but it doesn’t hold up to the test of time, nor does its transfer really sparkle on Blu-ray.
An edge-of-the-seat adventure/thriller set in the Scottish Highlands, A Lonely Place to Die is one of the best films in the genre to come along in a while. Despite the barebones Blu-ray release, this is still a easy one to recommend.