This look into the earlier works of animation icon Chuck Jones will be a real delight for animation fans.
Jack Black and the cast of kids rock in this joyous and youthful ode to rock and roll, coming to Blu-ray with a solid 1080p transfer from Paramount as a Best Buy exclusive (for now).
Boardwalk Empire in its second season is (or was) a definite winner, continuing the addictive success of HBO’s period crime drama. Now’s the time to pick this up on Blu-ray and refresh your memory just ahead of the third season’s premiere.
AIX Records gives us a living guitar legend with this studio performance by the incomparable Albert Lee and his band. Tearing It Up is an hour of superbly played and recorded rockabilly tunes that will get toes tapping and hands clapping.
With a unique style of humor, good video, decent audio and a few features, Bobcat Goldthwait’s God Bless America, now on Blu-ray from Magnolia, is worth a look.
MPI’s Blu-ray for the film Kill List hits every pitch thrown at it with utter greatness. Definitely check this one out immediately.
The 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, A Separation offers a heartening look at a family in disarray while providing a glimpse into the everyday life of a culture we rarely have a chance to see so intimately.
Aardman finds major booty with this band of stop-motion pirates in 3D or otherwise on Blu-ray; its wonderfully funny and filled with fun for the entire family.
This anime series mixes chambara and fantasy with political intrigue in a tightly woven story set at the end of Japan’s shogunate era — and it works.
Lady and the Tramp II is another direct-to-video sequel from Disney that can’t come close to the original, but it still looks and sounds great on Blu-ray.