First things first today...
We’ve just posted four new disc reviews, including my thoughts on Fox’s Firefly: The Complete Series – 15th Anniversary Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray and Universal’s Serenity in 4K Ultra HD. Tim has also posted a new review of Arrow Video’s George A. Romero: Between Night and Dawn Blu-ray box set. And Jim Hemphill has turned in his thoughts on Criminal Minds: Season 12 on DVD from CBS and Paramount. Do give them a look and, as always, more reviews are coming. [Read on here…]
All right, we’ve got some new announcement news for you today...
First though, we’ve posted a bunch of new reviews for you this morning (and last night), including Tim’s look at Scream Factory’s The Paul Naschy Collection II box set and also my thoughts on Paramount and Comedy Central’s new South Park: The Complete First Season, South Park: The Complete Second Season, South Park: The Complete Third Season, South Park: The Complete Fourth Season, and South Park: The Complete Fifth Season, all on Blu-ray Disc. New 4K Ultra HD reviews are in the works as we speak, so watch for those by this time tomorrow. [Read on here…]
All right, we’ve got some new reviews for you here at The Bits today...
Tim has taken a look at Lionsgate’s Slaughter High, part of their Vestron Video Collector’s Series on Blu-ray. I’ve also posted my thoughts on Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets in 4K Ultra HD, also from Lionsgate, a title that includes both Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos. Both are worth a look. We’re also currently working on a review of HBO’s Westworld: The Complete First Season in 4K and other titles too, so do check back later and tomorrow for those.
In announcement news today, the big news is that Lionsgate has finally rescheduled their delayed Terminator 2: Judgment Day 4K Ultra HD release for 12/26. As many of you know, the title had originally been set for release on 10/3, but was delayed due to a problem with the master. Pre-orders should start up again soon on Amazon, so watch this link (and the cover link below). [Read on here…]
Yes, it’s true: Our friends at Kino Lorber are seriously considering the release of Sergio Leone’s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly on 4K Ultra HD in 2018, and they’re running a poll to ask for your opinion on the idea. Click this link to visit their page on Facebook and respond with a like for yes or an angry face for no. You can see what the cover artwork might look like there on the left.
We start today’s post here at The Bits with a pair of new discs reviews: My take on Michael Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight on 4K Ultra HD from Paramount and also Tim’s thoughts on Criterion’s new Blu-ray release of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.
Also here at The Bits today, we’ve posted the weekly update of the Release Dates & Artwork section with all the latest Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD cover artwork and Amazon.com pre-order links. As always, we’d appreciate it if you’d shop through our links. [Read on here…]
Happy Halloween, everyone! Today is just a quick update, as there’s not a lot of news to report and we know many of you have plans for the evening.
However, we’ve got a pair of new Blu-ray reviews for you to enjoy today, including Tim’s look at Scream Factory’s Dawn of the Dead (2004) and also Red Christmas from Artsploitation Films. Enjoy!
In announcement news today, Kino Lorber has revealed that they’re working on new Blu-ray and DVD editions of Dan Curtis’ Trilogy of Terror (1975) for release in 2018. The company has also set Cadillac Man (1991) for Blu-ray release on 1/2/18. [Read on here…]
Here at The Bits today, we’ve got 4 new Blu-ray reviews for you to check out. Tim has offered his thoughts on George Romero’s Land of the Dead from Scream Factory, Penelope Spheeris’ Dudes from Shout! Factory, and the Not Quite Hollywood Ozploitation documentary from Umbrella Entertainment. And I’ve chimed in with a look at Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon, as newly-released on Blu-ray from Criterion. All of them are worth your time, so do give the reviews a read.
Note that more 4K Ultra HD reviews are forthcoming too, so watch for those over the next few days. [Read on here…]
Afternoon, everyone! We’ve got a couple new disc reviews to start the new week: Tim has taken a look at Umbrella Entertainment’s Aussie (but all-region) Blu-ray edition of Cat’s Eye as well as Shout! Factory’s new Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume VI DVD set. We have more disc reviews coming tomorrow too, including a pair of new 4K Ultra HD reviews, so do check back.
As many of us already know, when you’re searching for a film that has been elusive as far as DVD and Blu-ray are concerned, looking elsewhere in the world might just yield you a copy of what you seek. To that end, on the other side of the globe (Australia to be exact), Umbrella Entertainment is releasing a number of hard to find titles, as well as upgrades of already existing ones. From the obscure to the mainstream, there’s always something in their library worthy of your attention.
For example, their recent Blu-ray release of Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films and Machete Maidens Unleashed!. It’s an exclusive title piled high with extras, almost none of which you’ll find on the DVD-only state-side releases. Be sure to check out our review of it as well. And while their DVDs are Region 4 encoded, ALL of Umbrella Entertainment’s Blu-ray releases are Region Free, regardless of what the online description or final packaging states. So no matter what your setup is, you can watch their Blu-rays. Speaking of which, here are several recent titles worthy of your attention. [Read on here...]
Morning, folks! Hope you all had a great weekend. We’ve been very busy here working on new reviews for you.
Along those lines, here’s my thoughts on Warner’s Peanuts Holiday Collection in 4K Ultra HD, Lionsgate’s American Gods: Season One on Blu-ray, PBS’ The Farthest: Voyager in Space and The Vietnam War: A Film by Ken Burns & Lynn Novick on Blu-ray, GKids’ new Blu-ray editions of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli’s animated Ponyo, Princess Mononoke, and Spirited Away, and Tim’s look at Arrow’s new A Fish Called Wanda: Special Edition and Robert Englund’s 976-EVIL from Sony, both on Blu-ray. Whew!
Rest assured, we’ve got more new reviews coming this week, including a bunch more 4K titles, Baby Driver and Spiderman: Homecoming included. So be sure to watch for those. [Read on here…]