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.
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.
Kate Beckinsale rejoins the Underworld franchise in Underworld: Awakening, but this action-filled, 3D production has little to hold one’s attention outside its derivative, Resident Evil-style effects.
Another collection of Marvel Animated Features from Lionsgate, this 3-Movie Collection includes the previously available Planet Hulk, Doctor Strange, and The Invincible Iron Man.
The origins of Marvel’s Avengers and Next Avengers are told in this 3-movie Blu-ray set, a re-release of previously available feature-length animated films.
The Elric brothers are back in this fantastic new feature-length film that fans of FMA won’t want to miss.
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.