The first non-sequel Pixar film since 2009 comes to home vid, as does Oliver Stone's violent, druggy action film starring Salma Hayek and Benicio Del Toro in literally killer roles.
Enter to win an awesome 25-film collection in celebration of Universal's 100th anniversary, complete with collectible book, CD, and hours upon hours of bonus, rarely seen vintage shorts, featurettes and cartoons from the studio's archives.
Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell campaign for laughs and get them; plus, a couple of cute indies are new this week. And Universal delivers the monster Hitchcock set it's been promising, with 13 of 15 classics new to Blu-ray in a cool collectors' box.
Channing Tatum shows off more than just those pecs in the semi-autobiographical Magic Mike while Abe Lincoln stinks as a vampire hunter; a couple of indies you probably missed in theaters are worth your while.
Wes Anderson's critically lauded effort about two kids in 1965 probably won't earn the director new fans, but will delight those who enjoy his precocious style and attention to detail; plus The Dark Knight Rises release date and sizzle reel!
Bond, James Bond, turned 50 Oct. 5. In celebration, there's a massive, and awesome, new box set of all 22 Eon-produced Bond movies presented in Blu-ray, many for the first time ever. Get the details.
It's a great week for sci-fi, with Ridley Scott's highly entertaining (if flawed, yes) Prometheus examining the origins of life and against a stunning visual panorama. On the opposite end, there's Spielberg's sweet classic E.T., new in high-def.
A terrific 8-disc set of horror classics debuts in high def, along with a restored 3D version of one of them you must see to believe. There's also Johnny Depp's Dark Shadows, all just in time for Halloween.
The Avengers finally has arrived on Blu-ray and DVD. So tell us, once you own it, which scene will you immediately fast-forward to and watch over and over again?
Charlize Theron chews and spits out the scenery in this twist on the fairy tale that's worth a look not so much for its story as for its stunning visuals (and we're giving 3 copies away!); a small Australian film horror fans must absolutely see, and more new this week.
Enter to win one of three copies of The Lorax BD/DVD combo pack, and watch an exclusive clip from the DVD/BD, out today. Plus a terrific Bob Marley documentary is out today, and a Stanley Kubrick classic celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Seven classics, including The Seven Year Itch, Some Like It Hot and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, are here in this lovely collection--which can be yours!
Elizabeth Olsen experiences the paranormal--or does she?--in the horror thriller Silent House, while Jiro makes some sushi, Chuck Norris kicks some ass and Singin' in the Rain enjoys 60 years of fame.
Mel Gibson makes a most welcome return in the grimy Mexican action thriller Get the Gringo, and we have two copies of the Blu-ray that can be yours. Plus, lots else new this week.
X marks the spot where one teenager's wild party detonates in a night of over-the-top debauchery; Drew Barrymore saves the whales; and a pair of urban yuppies finds the secret to happiness in an oddball commune. But the best release of this week is a delightful, poignant story of two brothers in Jeff Who Lives at Home.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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