DC Universe’s ‘Batman: The Killing Joke’ is a hit and miss adaptation of the classic Alan Moore graphic novel.
PlayStation Network’s first original scripted series Powers arrives on Blu-ray from Sony.
Another poor 2D to 3D conversion mars an always solid A/V disc. I just wish the feature film was better.
The Crow is a haunting, beautifully shot film. This Blu-ray release features great video and nearly flawless audio all mixed in with a few nice features.
See Heath Ledger’s award winning turn as The Joker in this thrilling and classic reference Blu-ray release of The Dark Knight.
Buffy and the Scooby gang are back to lay down some serious demonic whoopass in this motion adaptation of Dark Horse’s Season 8 comic book series.
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…