This anime may have started its life as an RPG, but over the course of its 26-episodes, it moves well beyond any game and into the realm of serious drama. The 1080i MPEG-2 encoding may have some flaws, but it is still a solid effort.
This engaging travelogue from Discovery puts the focus on individuals making their ways in the burgeoning new global economy as tradition converges with modernism.
The crew of Red Dwarf is reunited at long last for a journey back to Earth that breaks the “fourth wall” and pays homage to the 1980’s sci-fi classic, Blade Runner.
Inakustik’s New Morning series continues to impress with this impassioned performance from the guitar virtuoso José Feliciano and his 5-piece band.
Blackalicious are masters of the funky rhyme, but this Blu-ray release’s poor sound and average video quality does them no justice.
This Mike Stern Band performance at Paris’ New Morning is another fine Blu-ray presentation from the folks at Inakustik and the music is skillfully performed as well.
This concert video release of Stanley Jordan Trio from Inakustik is filled with absolutely A+ Jazz that no music lover should miss.
BBC release yet another compelling high definition nature documentary with this three-part series documenting the harsh struggle for survival in the world’s first national park.
With Lark Rise to Candleford: The Complete Series One, the BBC bring yet another fully engrossing costume drama to television, but the lackluster sound and 1080i encoding in this Blu-ray release mar the obviously meticulous production.
The first of David Tennant’s last four appearances as The Doctor arrives on Blu-ray in a pleasant if underwhelming Doctor Who special from the BBC.