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A.D. The Bible Continues Blu-ray Review

A.D. The Bible Continues is out now on Blu-ray from MGM.

Exodus: Gods and Kings Blu-ray Review

Ridley Scott turns Exodus into an action/adventure flick, available now on Blu-ray in time for Easter and Passover.

Noah Blu-ray Review

Noah is stunning visual spectacle that leaves the bible behind for an epic fantasy adventure instead.

The Bible: The Epic Miniseries Blu-ray Review

Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett have enlisted literal armies of fine actors, three excellent directors, and judicious selection of Old and New Testament episodes for this "epic miniseries." While there is occasional unevenness in the picture quality, this huge undertaking succeeds where some of its biblical predecessors have failed in delivering an effective dramatic whole.

The Borgias: The Second Season Blu-ray Review

Forget the historical inaccuracies, the second season of The Borgias is an addictive guilty pleasure you won't want to miss on Blu-ray.

One Night with the King Blu-ray Review

A two-hour retelling of the Book of Esther, this biblical epic has some spectacular visual and audio effects, but is undermined by sub-par dialogue and rather lame performances by its king and queen.

Blue Like Jazz Blu-ray Review

A well crafted film by Steve Taylor, Blue Like Jazz takes viewers along a young man's journey through faith lost and found. Both cinematography and soundtrack are first rate.

The Last Temptation of Christ [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

A controversial retelling of the Christ story by Martin Scorsese will be received quite differently depending on one's faith and desire to see a faithful reproduction of Kazantzakis' novel.

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