The History Channel’s The Men Who Built America is another historical mini-series from the cable network that fails to live up to its ambitious title.
Spectacular underwater 3D imagery of the Titanic wreckage is the true reason to watch this brief documentary from The History Channel.
The History Channel tackles 13.7 billion years of history in just under 90-minutes in this entertaining, but casual, look at the history of the world.
Jackie Chan’s 100th film looks and sounds great on Blu-ray despite the inherent flaws to its story.
A beautifully filmed, but uneven biopic about the famous teacher and philosopher, Confucius is helped by a powerful performance by Chow Yun-Fat and the gorgeous cinematography of Peter Pau.
The History Channel’s documentary on the Vietnam War is not perfect, but it is filled with spectacular footage of the conflict and a first person perspective from the people who lived through it.
This WW II documentary offers up newly restored stereographic photographs and 3D film footage taken by the Nazis and watching it is almost like stepping through a time machine.
Jackie Chan’s telling of the 1911 Chinese Revolution is brought to Blu-ray with fine results courtesy of Well Go USA.
The History Channel’s engaging World War II documentary is reissued in a classy box with two feature-length bonus features that further the insight into this devastating period of human history.
What is arguably the greatest World War II documentary ever produced arrives in a newly restored edition on Blu-ray with its 4:3 image unfortunately cropped to widescreen, but the content is still superb.