Spectacular underwater 3D imagery of the Titanic wreckage is the true reason to watch this brief documentary from The History Channel.
The performances of Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston help make this 1996 remake of 1947′s The Bishop’s Wife a bit better than your average holiday film.
LOL is surprisingly not as bad as its name implies and it comes with strong transfer on Blu-ray fro Liosngate.
Bloody vengeance continues to reign in the sixth season of Showtime’s Dexter as the dark passenger looks inward and outward for meaning in his life and tackles religious fanatics terrorizing Miami.
Wonderful performances, spectacular sound, and natural 3D define the new 3D demo disc from audiophile label AIX.
A sweeping, beautifully filmed, gender-bending epic, Orlando comes to Blu-ray in a solid transfer from the UK’s Artificial Eye.
With a heartwarming message, Touchstone/Disney’s Blu-ray for Phenomenon features a solid V/A presentation, thus earning it a hearty recommendation.
Aki Kaurismäki’s heartwarming comedy gets a solid release on Blu-ray from the UK’s Artificial Eye, even if it is a rather barebones one.
This heartwarming Euro-comedy from Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki comes to Blu-ray with a spectacular director-approved HD transfer.
The Who’s other rock opera gets the Criterion treatment, and it’s a good one, with an excellent HD transfer and brand new reconstructed lossless 5.1 soundtrack.