This gorgeously animated second-part to the Mardock Scramble cyberpunk anime trilogy arrives on Blu-ray with an equally gorgeous high-definition rendering from Sentai Filmworks.
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This 1961 holiday musical from Disney is colorful and filled with memorable tunes, but lacks any real story or compelling characters. Despite that it looks great and kids will love it.
Baseball is America’s favorite for a reason, one of which is defined by A&E’s San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series Blu-ray set.
Girls, HBO’s newest series from Lena Dunham and Executive Producer Judd Apatow, mixes everything just right with subjects and characters we truly care about.
The bold harmonies and slick production of Nashville’s latest country pop darlings, Lady Antebellum, arrive on Blu-ray from Eagle Rock Entertainment. Fans might rush to this release, but it won’t attract any new converts.
Cult director Monte Hellman’s “New American Cinema” road movie classic gets a director-approved Blu-ray release from Criterion Collection.
Director Paul W. S. Anderson takes Resident Evil back to its video game roots, continues to remake The Matrix and Ghost in the Shell, and dishes up a hyperactive visual feast with Resident Evil: Retribution. It won’t attract any new fans but should satisfy the RE faithful.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky, based on a Playstation 3 video game, sometimes feels a little rushed in its abbreviated 81-minutes, but it is fantastically animated and filled with great action sequences.
A new generation of these primary-colored superheroes has arrived to thrill preteen boys, but don’t expect too much in the way of stories (or from this Blu-ray release). It should make for a fine stocking stuffer.