An amazing head trip through the world that is normally hidden from us using advance technology to give us a peek.
The final entry in Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth Saga arrives in a spectacular, five-disc 3D Blu-ray set from Warner.
With the grotesque looks, lame comedy and bland acting, these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles should probably slink back into their shells.
A few previous featurettes have gone missing, but this superior extended version of Desolation of Smaug and the over 9-hours of HD extras make this 5-disc set a must have collection.
Michael Bay action spectacle Transformers: Age of Extinction arrives on Blu-ray one of the first releases with a Dolby Atmos mix
Although it doesn’t quite live up to expectations, Rio 2 is still a fantastic film to sit through with the entire family
A gorgeous World War II epic from the Russian perspective, Stalingrad is a treat for the home theatre.
Pompeii overindulges in CGI, has an overwrought love story, and campy performances, but works as a popcorn flick
I, Frankenstein is great home theatre fodder, but a not so great film
This tired 300 retread still makes for a great home theatre experience