We recently reported that Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M For Murder will be hitting Blu-ray, and in fact, a number of Hitchcock thrillers are slated to arrive on Blu-ray this fall.
The Avengers will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD September 25, 2012.
At the moment, Joss Whedon is on top of the world with the incredible success of The Avengers, but I was also hoping Cabin in the Woods, which he co-wrote with Drew Goddard, would do better.
Way back in the early days of DVD, there were a number of directors who weren't ready to take the plunge, but once everyone realized it was indeed the next step beyond VHS, many happily came aboard.
As we recently reported, Barbarella, the late 60's sci fi classic starring Jane Fonda, is finally seeing a Blu-Ray release.
By 2016, owning a Blu-ray player will be irrelevant, says the head of a company whose future relevance is also up for debate.
You can get angry with George Lucas ruining Star Wars all you want, but I’m still furious he screwed up Howard the Duck.
John Carter came out on DVD and Blu-ray on June 5, and while there's no word yet how it's doing, there are many out there who liked the movie and want to see it get a second chance.
E.T. will be arriving soon on Blu-ray, along with Spielberg’s other blockbuster, Jaws.
Universal Studios has released a trailer for the upcoming release of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Anniversary Edition, which places the film on Blu-ray for the first time.
We've see the fans of Twilight, or the Twi-hards as they're called, line up at the local Best Buy at midnight for the home video release of the teen vampire flicks.
The special edition Blu-ray for the alien invasion flick is ready for your collection.
Barbarella is a famous French comic-strip created by Jean-Claude Forest.
In the late sixties, it was turned into the wild sci-fi film starring Jane Fonda, in one of her sexiest, and most iconic roles.
Imitated many times but never equaled, Jaws will always be the ultimate shark movie.
It scared the hell out of audiences in 1975, it still holds up great today, and it's got a strong fan following that will never die.
If you want to play on Microsoft's next console, well, you'd better have a stable Internet connection.
Wizards is being redone for Blu-ray, and famed animator Ralph Bakshi will be appearing at the L.A. County Museum of Art and Wondercon as the film hits its 35th anniversary.
Warner Bros really wants your movie collection to go from the bookshelf to the cloud.
We can thank adult entertainment for a lot of new home technology we enjoy today.
The next generation of Microsoft's Xbox - also known as the Xbox Next or Xbox Loop - may not play used games, and looks set to use Blu-ray rather than DVDs.
I’ve always loved Jaws, but even I’m surprised at how fanatical the movie’s following is to this day.