Can you do 1-armed, 2-finger push-ups? How about 50 reps of 1-armed pull-ups? Bruce Lee could. The little strong man’s most famous films are about to be released on Blu-ray in a 7-disc set that includes new HD renderings of The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon and Game Of Death as well as two documentaries, Bruce Lee: The Legend and I Am Bruce Lee plus over two hours of bonus content.
The late Richard Pryor was probably the funniest man to ever live. He was a foul-mouthed motherf%&ker of a comedian, too. This forthcoming box set collects Pryor’s best stand-up performances in 7 audio CDs and 2 DVDs. Reason to get it: there are 2 whole hours of previously unreleased material that fans of this off-color funny man will love to hear.
We know you know that The Walking Dead is the greatest thriller series ever produced for TV. And of course you’ve already seen season 3. Probably watched all 16 episodes in one sitting like the rest of us. How about owning it on Blu-ray in this disturbing, limited-edition packaging?
You have some idea of who Alfred Hitchcock is but do you know which of his movies were the best, which are the essentials? If you don’t here’s a quick study. This Limited Edition Blu-ray Essentials Collection includes 5 of the legendary directors greatest (creepiest) early films as well as hours of special features.
Everyone knows that best actors play the same character in every movie, themselves. Clint Eastwood is one of those actors and this 24-disc Collector’s Edition boxset will prove it. It’s an expansive collection of 40 of his films spanning nearly 50 years and it’s all Eastwood.
This new Blu-ray box set collects 5 of the best mobster movies by the best directors of the modern age. Nothing but Oscar winners and classics: Untouchables, Goodfellas, Heat, The Departed, & The Town. If that doesn’t sound good there must be something da matter with you.
Bruce Lee was the most important martial artist to ever live. He was an actor, philosopher, film director, producer, screenwriter and through his movies, Chinese martial arts exploded in the West. Most agree that Enter The Dragon is Bruce Lee at his cinematic best; watch the little fella kick much ass in this 40th Anniversary Blu-ray version of his 1973 kung-fu classic.
If you’re able to overlook what a complete & utter a-hole Mel Gibson is in real life you’ll welcome the release of this Blu-ray box set of Gibson’s best work: the post-apocalyptic Mad Max trilogy that includes Mad Max (1979), Mad Max Road Warrior (1982) and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985). Available June 4.
When you watch this 30th Anniversary edition of National Lampoon’s Vacation on Blu-ray, the young Chevy Chase will be every bit as funny & quotable as he was the last ten times you watched it. This version will just be crisper & clearer, with better sound.
In the pantheon of weirdly epic 80s films, Repo Man is one of the very best. Total cult classic. Emilio Estevez plays an LA punk rocker turned repo man & Harry Dean Stanton is his mentor in this offbeat car chase-crime-comedy-alien-punk rock extravaganza. This new Criterion Collection Blu-ray comes out in April. Intense!