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Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Blu-ray Review

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs arrives on Blu-ray with a solid 1080p transfer from Fox, but the actual film only rates as lukewarm for enjoyment.

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure Blu-ray Review

Disney continues their direct-to-video Tinker Bell releases with an excellently rendered Blu-ray release of Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, Snow White on Blu is the way to go with this new Diamond Edition release of the Disney classic that dazzles in high definition.

Tenchi Muyo! Movie Edition Trilogy [JP Import] Blu-ray Box Review

All the girls love Tenchi and he's finally arrived on Blu-ray in this Japanese import from Geneon.

The Sky Crawlers Blu-ray Review

Mamoru Oshii's The Sky Crawlers is a visually, aurally, and intellectually stimulating anime film that looks and sounds splendid on Blu-ray, but its existential themes of immortality and reincarnation lost in a shallow character explorations.

A Bug’s Life Blu-ray Review

Pixar's lovable bugs come to life in splendid 1080p in this flawless Blu-ray transfer that is not to be missed.

Akira Blu-ray Review

What price ultimate power? The thrilling and groundbreaking cyberpunk anime from Katsuhiro Otomo's manga asks this question and more and does it in a solid 1080p transfer with a reference 192/24 Japanese 5.1 soundtrack on Blu-ray Disc.

Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic Blu-ray Review

Alan Moore's Watchmen series of graphic novels from the 1980's along with Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns is considered one of the seminal works of comics from that decade, helping to redefine the genre. In these days when the term "graphic novel" is thrown around so often, Watchmen still stands as an example of a work that truly deserves that moniker. Weaving together intricate story lines and multiple subplots, including the comic-within-a-comic Tales of the Black Freighter, Watchmen turned the world of "superheroes" inside out, bringing them down to Earth, and read like a combination beat novel and pulp fiction...

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