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!
Bruce Willis was already a cue ball when he starred in Die Hard exactly 25 years ago. Many, many sequels later, Willis is still one of—if not the baldest—action-adventure icon in Hollywood. This 5-disc set includes all 4 Die Hard films plus a bonus DVD called Decoding Die Hard and an infomercial on natural hair replacement. Kidding, no infomercial.
Games Of Thrones Season 1 on Blu-ray. Do we really even have to say anything else? No, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t explain that this 5-disc set is also a Collector’s Edition that comes with a dragon’s egg. Not a real one unfortunately—it’s a paperweight. It’s also got an in-episode guide, as well as loads of other Westeros p@rn to perv out on.
Considered by movie buffs and top 10 lists to be the creepiest movie ever made, this enhanced Criterion Collection Blu-ray edition of Roman Polanski’s 1968 psycho-thriller classic is available now, just in time for your Halloween horror show.
50 of Warner Bros’ best movies on Blu-ray ought to get you through the long, cold winter. From Gone With The Wind to A Clockwork Orange to Full Metal Jacket to The Exorcist to The Hangover and beyond, it’s a full-spectrum collection of award-winning classics ranging from 1932 to 2010.
Like records by The Ramones, the formulated horrors of the Nightmare On Elm Street series can get pretty repetitive and same-old. Then again, if you’re a true fan, the familiarity and consistency is what you like. The 4-disc Blu-ray box set collects all 7 Freddy Krueger movies and includes a heap of special features.
The dark and gritty underbelly of Gotham City will be crisp and clear in this forthcoming Blu-ray box set of The Dark Knight Trilogy. The set includes epic versions of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, & The Dark Knight Rises. Available December 4.