HBO Home Entertainment combines its two epic World War II mini-series, Band of Brothers and The Pacific, into a deluxe gift box with extras galore. This Tom Hanks-Steven Spielberg production is everything that battle buffs could want and tells stories that needed telling.
Robot Chicken: Season Five hits Blu-ray with 20 episodes of typically crude pop culture parody and a heavy dose of extras in tow.
V: The Complete Second Season on Blu-ray brings forth a disappointing end to a disappointing series with a brief, 10-episode season that doesn’t bring a resolution to any of the series’ story lines.
Bones keeps things interesting for longtime fans in its sixth season and the Blu-ray is a valuable package that offers a great way to refresh your memory before the new fall season begins in November.
The Fourth Season of Chuck continues the zany adventures of Chuck Bartowski and his friends. With good video, lossless audio and a few nice features, this Fourth Season comes very recommended for fans of the series.
It’s rude, crude, and hilarious comedy aimed squarely at guys. FX’s The League, a show about five friends obsessed with their fantasy football league is a hit, and so is this Blu-ray set of their second season.
The definitive documentary nature series arrives in a new spruced up package with an all-new, superior video encodement, upgraded audio, and wealth of bonus materials making it a tempting upgrade.
A noble, yet flawed effort to bring Herman Melville’s epic novel to television, Encore’s two-part miniseries is still enjoyable to watch on this strong Blu-ray presentation.
The Hour resembles Broadcast News with a thriller interwoven, but its plot tends to get a bit confusing. Even so, it is an interesting and sleekly produced BBC drama well worth a look.
This edgy sitcom that’s sort of about nothing and everything domestic is funny and pertinent to today in many ways.