I find the history of home entertainment absolutely fascinating. Ever since my family got its first VCR, the fact that you could watch a movie at home was simply amazing to me.
It seems as if hardcore sci-fi geeks just can't get enough of their favorite films on Blu-ray.
Maybe the Force isn't so strong with the geeks after all.
Carol Serling, the widow of Rod Serling and keeper of the Twilight Zone flame, often expresses amazement that The Twilight Zone still keeps going year after year.
Citizen Kane - widely considered the greatest film of all time - is a movie that inspired many famous directors in its wake.
As you probably already know by now, there's been an absolutely hilarious disturbance in the Force.
Are these changes really on the discs, or is each of them just a hoax?
Considering that so many people now love Scarface, it's hard to believe the movie was actually deemed a flop when it first hit theaters in December 1983.
Around 3.5 million Blu-ray 3D movies have been sold to consumers in the US, but only half of them were really purchased.
Although Nintendo's next console aims to push the envelope, it won't have what many gamers have come to consider a standard feature.
The first official release of Star Wars on a high-definition disc medium will be on September 16.
A new study looked at bodily activity while viewers watched Blu-ray 3D movie.
Would you pay $1,000 for the ultimate collector's edition of Scarface?
Ask someone in America if they have a 3D Blu-ray player and they'll probably either say they can't afford one, don't have a 3D TV, or - the most likely - they have no idea what you're talking about. But ask the same question in Japan, and your response is likely to be very different.
A lot of companies have 3D fever these days, but few can match the ferver and sheer breadth of 3D material available from Sony at this year's CES expo.
Is Netflix's instant streaming service so ubiquitous now that it deserves a permanent big red button on our remote controls? What do you think?
It took a while, but Pioneer has finally launched its first set of Blu-ray 3D players, offering customers the class and elegance it is known for in its electronics. And, get this, there's iPhone support.
Avatar is available on Blu-ray 3D today. It's perhaps the best showcase title to demonstrate the power of the new 3D medium. But...if you don't own or plan to own a Panasonic 3D TV, the only way to get a copy is to buy a $400 bundle that you can't use with your TV, or get one from a scalper on Ebay.
If you had a snazzy brand new 3D TV and an expensive Blu-ray 3D player, what's the number one movie you'd want to watch? Avatar? Unfortunately for you, it's pretty exclusive right now.
Yes! The world's first Blu-ray 3D porn movie is here - just in time for the holidays!