Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
Speaking of CBS, note that we’ll be back later this afternoon with a review of their new Star Trek: Enterprise – Season Three on Blu-ray Disc. The set streets today and, if you’re a Trek fan, it’s worth the money. They’ve packed it with tons of great content, as always.
In announcement news today, Universal has set Dallas Buyers Club for Blu-ray Combo and DVD release on 2/4. The only extra is a featurette (A Look Inside Dallas Buyers Club). [Read on here…]
All right, CES is off and running in Las Vegas this week, so we’ll be posting interesting news over the course of the week. Although it seems as if Blu-ray is passé at the show this year. 4K TV, streaming and wireless everything seems to be all the rage this year.
First though today, our own Adam Jahnke has posted a new Bottom Shelf column that’s well worth your time. This time around he celebrates the like (and acknowledges the passing) of a fellow to whom movie enthusiasts owe a debt – Mike Vraney, founder of Something Weird Video. We all off our caps here at The Bits today in his honor. Don’t miss Jahnke’s piece. [Read on here...]
Let’s close out the week with a couple more great title announcements...
Disney has also officially confirmed that Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World will arrive on Blu-ray 3D Combo, Blu-ray Combo and DVD on 2/25, with digital versions available on 2/4. The Blu-ray will include audio commentary with director Alan Taylor, producer Kevin Feige, actor Tom Hiddleston (Loki) and cinematographer Kramer Morgenthau, deleted and extended scenes, a gag reel, 2 featurettes (A Brothers’ Journey: Thor & Loki and Scoring Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World with Brian Tyler) and an exclusive look at Marvel’s forthcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier. One imagines there will be various retail exclusive versions as well. [Read on here…]
All right, obviously with New Year’s falling mid-week, many people aren’t headed back to work until after the weekend. But still, we’ve got a little something for you to check out today. Specifically, we have some new Blu-ray cover art for you to look at.
Some of what you see here is official U.K. artwork and the rest of it is studio temp art, but the final U.S. covers are likely to be very similar to what you see below. [Read on here…]
This is our last post for 2013, so we’ve got a couple quick things for you today...
First, our own Michael Coate has posted a new installment of his History, Legacy and Showmanship column, featuring a look at the restoration of Funny Girl with Sony’s Grover Crisp, as well as a look back at its roadshow engagement history. Don’t miss it! [Read on here...]