My Two Cents: Blu-ray/DVD News Catch-up – Universal to restore 15 silent films, plus Olive's July Slate & more http://t.co/ic656p7DFE
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Well... I'm spending this first day of the new week, post Memorial Day, to get myself settled into a new computer. After years of loyal service, my old PC revealed a terminal flaw back in December, so I bought a new one that I'm affectionately calling the WOPR. But as I've been incredibly busy of late, getting all my files moved over and organized, and getting all the needed software installed and whatnot, has taken several months. So forgive me if today's update is a quick one as I finish up that process.
We have a bunch of reviews we're working on for posting hopefully this week, including Universal's new classic Battlestar Galactica box set. Meanwhile, we have a quick release news update for you. [Read on here…]
All right Bits readers – this post I’ve wrestled with all night and all morning as well.
Yesterday afternoon, I received a Blu-ray review copy of Paramount’s Star Trek Into Darkness. As regular readers will probably know, I actually liked the film. But when it was finally announced for Blu-ray release, I was surprised at the list of bonus content in the press release, specifically the lack thereof – just seven featurettes. I quickly sent an e-mail to the studio PR people, asking if this was indeed the complete list of bonus content, and was told that it was. But somehow, I guess I just didn’t believe it. So somehow, I was still excited to see and review the disc. [Read on here...]