This week at Comic-Con, Warner Brothers will spill all the details about the upcoming release of the complete Batman TV series box-set coming soon to Blu-Ray. Remastered in HD, special packaging, exclusive content … Pow!
Blu-ray versions of Spielberg classics like Jaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, and Jurassic Park are just a few of the highlights in this expansive 8-disc collection celebrating one of America’s most prolific directors. Hours upon hours of supplemental films and featurettes dig into the archives, special effects, and making-of his most popular films.
A remastered edition of the classic Clint Eastwood Spaghetti Western trilogy that includes A Fistful Of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly has just been released as a set on Blu-ray. Make some popcorn & watch the bullets fly.
This new Blu-ray set includes every single episode of the cult-classic TV series Twin Peaks, plus the show’s pilot, and the David Lynch-directed follow-up film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me plus hours of deleted scenes from the show & film that never saw the light of day.
In the late 60s, when the classic live-action Batman show was on the air, there was a different, animated cartoon series called The Adventures Of Batman running on Saturday mornings. And now, Warner Home Video is releasing the entire series—all 34 episodes—on DVD, due out in early June.
On June 3rd, 2014, Breaking Bad: The Complete Series will be out on Blu-ray. Yup, all 62 episodes uncut backed up with a bunch of supplementary scenes and extra features.
Blazing Saddles is just as funny now as it was when it came out 40 years ago. Since your memory is probably starting to fail you by now, you should watch it again. On this 40th Anniversary Blu-ray.
With Charles Bronson as the ballsy vigilante avenging the rape & murder of his wife & daughter, 1974’s Death Wish struck a nerve and became one of the definitive films of the 70s; and that’s why it’s back in a 40th Anniversary Blu-ray edition. If you haven’t, you should.
If you’ve seen all twelve Friday The 13th movies, DVR’d the TV show, read the books, collected the toys, and still haven’t had enough Jason, try this new documentary that chronicles the 30-year growth of this seemingly unstoppable horror franchise.
The original Amityville Horror was banned shortly after its release in 1979 because so many viewers wet themselves out of fear and were ruining theater seats. So be mindful of your couch when you pop in the first Blu-ray disc of this complete Amityville Trilogy box set.