This new collection of the 5 jack Ryan films includes Dolby Vision and little else new
Check out this exclusive Dolby video of Primus’ Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde talking about Sailing the Seas of Cheese in Dolby TrueHD 5.1, plus a rebroadcast of the recent hour-long full live webcast event and panel featuring clips from the Blu-ray with discussion from Claypool and LaLonde and a studio audience Q & A.
Well-paced and acted, TNT’s Falling Skies is an engaging new series that is all but even better, thanks to WHV’s Blu-ray for the series.
A re-visioning of the 1973 classic finds the original Director, Robin Hardy, updated the story we all know. Only the results aren’t as solid.
The Divide is a character-driven post-apocalyptic sci-fi survival thriller that stumbles over a script hampered by clichés. Despite that, the Blu-ray from Anchor Bay is a solid effort that might make for a decent rental on a slow weekend.
The Elric brothers are back in this fantastic new feature-length film that fans of FMA won’t want to miss.
Action, intrigue, and fantasy are finely balanced in this addictive anime series arriving in two excellent Blu-ray Combo Pack releases from Funimation Entertainment
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol marks an awesome return for the franchise with its fourth installment and the live-action directorial debut for Ratatouille director Bran Bird.
A supernatural/gothic mystery anime series set in Victorian England, Black Butler arrives on Blu-ray from FUNimation with an up-scaled-to-HD video presentation that looks reasonably presentable, offering a decent upgrade over DVD.
The exploits of Minato Sahashi and his bevy of buxom beauties begins in the first season of the sexy, fun, and action-filled anime series, Sekirei.