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.
Highlighted by a great performance from Willem Dafoe, The Hunter is a well-made action/drama that fans of Dafoe will eat up.
Tosh’s unique style of comedy isn’t for everyone, but for those who like it, the first 10 episodes of Season One are now on Blu-ray courtesy of Paramount.
Toshiba introduces a smart little BD/DVD player, the BDX5300, with a most appealing sticker price, that simply boots up and plays video and audio discs flawlessly.
While I didn’t find A Game of Shadows that great, I can’t deny that Robert Downey Jr. is just entertaining, as is Warner’s excellent Blu-ray for the film.
Aimed at your basic thrill seeker, Liosngate’s new Blu-ray, for Man on a Ledge, may fail as a film; however, on a technical level this is a pure winner.
Brutal, raw and brilliant sum up Ralph Fiennes’ adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play, Coriolanus.
Mars…in 3D? No, this isn’t Mars Needs Mom. More live action heroics…in 3D!! Disney’s Blu-ray, for John Carter, arrives with an excellent technical presentation on nearly all fronts, only slightly hindered by a questionable 3D effort.
A spy thriller with a badass female lead? Sounds good to me. Soderbergh’s film, Haywire, arrives with a reference audio/video presentation armed with a well made thriller.