A mildly entertaining, family friendly, safe, environmentally-themed animated sea adventure, A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventure looks and sounds solid on Blu-ray.
The first in StudioCanal’s series of Hammer releases arrives with this Double Play release of the cult horror classic Dracula: Prince of Darkness.
Neverland is an interesting prequel to the Peter Pan story that fits in with the mythology nicely.
The Quentin Tarantino directed two-part season finale for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season five arrives in this stand-alone Blu-ray/DVD Combo pack release with a strong HD VC-1 transfer from Paramount.
At a running time of only 24-minutes with only a brief 8 1/2 minute long featurette in tow, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas is surely overpriced at an MSRP of $24.99, but it still looks good given its nearly forty-year-old vintage.
The History Channel’s engaging World War II documentary is reissued in a classy box with two feature-length bonus features that further the insight into this devastating period of human history.
HBO Home Entertainment combines its two epic World War II mini-series, Band of Brothers and The Pacific, into a deluxe gift box with extras galore. This Tom Hanks-Steven Spielberg production is everything that battle buffs could want and tells stories that needed telling.
Warner has reissued Willy Wonka on Blu-ray in this Ultimate Collector’s Edition with a boatload of collectible items in tow, but if you don’t need all the extra fluff, the previous Blu-ray Book edition with identical transfer will serve you just as well at a lower price.
The Fourth Season of Chuck continues the zany adventures of Chuck Bartowski and his friends. With good video, lossless audio and a few nice features, this Fourth Season comes very recommended for fans of the series.
A noble, yet flawed effort to bring Herman Melville’s epic novel to television, Encore’s two-part miniseries is still enjoyable to watch on this strong Blu-ray presentation.