Season 4 of Sons of Anarchy continues where the third Season left off, only this time the emotion and raw power of each episode has increased.
The assassin concept is featured once more in Anchor Bay’s One In The Chamber, now on Blu-ray with an excellent video transfer, and a somewhat questionable audio track.
Viruses, family fights, and top-rate action sum up The Viral Factor.
Ecstasy is a visually stunning, but ultimately shallow update of the themes explored in Trainspotting.
The much-anticipated Deutsche Grammophon release of the Metropolitan Opera’s new Ring Cycle introduces operagoers to the trail-blazing productions of Robert Lepage. Building on strong casts, conductors, and audio/video recordists, this set becomes the ultimate Ring of our times.
With a strong grounding in real science, this sci-fi thriller anime series is one really worth watching.
Melodrama, comedy, teen angst, and West Side Story — it must be the third season of Glee arriving on Blu-ray.
This riveting Showtime series, based on an Israeli original, is an addictive journey through post-9/11 fears and paranoia.
Stefan and everyone else is back for this Third Season of The Vampire Diaries. Warner’s Blu-ray features a strong presentation, but lacks in the feature department. Still, fans will want to grab this one.
This infamous 1980 cult classic comes to Blu-ray looking about as good as it can, which isn’t saying much.