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The Divide Blu-ray Review

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.

Treme: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review

Season Two of HBO's hit series, Treme, isn't quite up to the same level as the first, but it's still rather enjoyable for its music and overall celebration of the NOLA culture.

David Lean Directs Noël Coward [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

The Criterion Collection presents four films produced by legendary playwright, actor, and entertainer Noël Coward. There is much to enjoy in the varied dramatic and comedic fare of these movies and the restorations of these 70-year old films is simply amazing.

Late Spring [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

This Yosujiro Ozu masterpiece of domestic drama and changing social mores finally arrives on Blu-ray in the US in another fine package from the Criterion Collection.

Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood: The Sacred Star of Milos Blu-ray Review

The Elric brothers are back in this fantastic new feature-length film that fans of FMA won't want to miss.

Chasing Madoff Blu-ray Review

Bernie Madoff's Ponzi Scheme, and the man who investigated and caught him, are at the center of MPI's newest Blu-ray of the film Chasing Madoff.

Let the Bullets Fly Blu-ray Review

Great action combines with humor and stellar performances in this Asian "western" from writer/director Wen Jiang, arriving on Blu-ray with a strong HD transfer and engaging lossless 5.1 mix.

Into the Abyss Blu-ray Review

Werner Herzog's documentary, Into the Abyss, isn't perfect, but this look into violent crime, the effects on victims families, and death row is still worth renting.

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