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.
Funimation has delivered another solid Blu-ray, with fine V/A and extras, this time for Confucius.