Blu-Ray

Now that it’s out on Blu-ray, ‘Steve Jobs’ can be seen and appreciated by a wider audience for the engaging biopic that it is.

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Director Tetsuya Nakashima is hellbent to that end in The World of Kanako, his ultra-violent, ultra-stylized 2014 extreme revenge flick. It was released in America last fall by Drafthouse Films and comes to Blu-ray today.

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In The Guest, out now on Blu-ray, Barrett and Wingard aim their sights towards a more straightforward thriller, adding in just enough shocking violence to border on being a horror movie.

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Frank Capra is one of classic cinema’s most famous directors. His movies from the 1930s and 40s epitomized American ideals and attitudes like few other. Two of his best pre-World War II movies are newly available on Blu-ray.

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In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the original Gojira and in anticipation of Godzilla, Toho Studios releases 8 of its Godzilla films in two disc Blu-ray sets. Each of these double feature sets boast a new high definition digital transfer of films released from 1991 to 2004.

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‘From Here to Eternity’ went on to win Best Picture and seven other Academy Awards and, according to the Blu-ray itself, help usher in a new era in “frankness” in motion pictures. Danny Kaye’s quick delivery and physical comedy skills are on display in the Technicolor “backstage” musical comedy On the Riviera, out now on Blu-ray.

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We have copies of the new Blu-ray/DVD A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD just in time for Father’s Day and we want you to have them! Just in Time for Father’s Day, John McClane is back, this time with his son and twice the excitement.

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As the musical version of Les Miserables hits the big screen, Eric has a review of the 1998 non-musical movie of Les Miserables starring Liam Neeson, and the latest Resident Evil movie, both new on DVD and Blu-ray now.

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Scalene, the feature debut for director Zack Parker, is a genre bending film that is part psychological mystery, part character drama and stars Hannah Hall and Margo Martindale.

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If you see This Means War in the rental store or online, remember This Means Rent Something Else.

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‘Jack and Jill’ might have been silly fun, like so many of Sandler’s films. Instead it will just leave you pondering how it all went so wrong.

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The cast of “Glee” put on a show, but only huge fans will think this concert film is more than so-so.

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Criterion’s Blu-ray restoration of the 1921 Swedish silent film looks and sounds amazing, and the movie remains a spooky classic.

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‘Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom’ is a shocking, graphic film that uses extreme sadism as an allegory for the destruction of traditional values. And it’s out on Blu-ray from Criterion now.

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Cameron Diaz in ‘Bad Teacher’ and ‘Page One: Inside the New York Times’ are out on Blu-ray. One asks hard questions and the other will leave you with questions.

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