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The TV season hits its stride this week and brings with it last season's episodes on Blu-ray. One that is of particular interest to us is a new HBO show, it isn't that we like this particular show as much as we just like to see HBO release Blu-rays because it gives us hope that our favorite shows ma

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Next week is premier week for the big networks and of course that means that last season's episodes will hit Blu-ray. There are a few to choose from but our first pick is the third season of The Big Bang Theory. Another that will probably be a favorite to many geeks -- but not us, we couldn't make i

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Not many day and date new movies in a sea of Warner TV shows -- who knew Warner made so many TV shows even though the company doesn't own a TV network? -- bu Michael Douglas' Solitary Man looks like a solid choice. There are also a few classic sci-fi titles like THX 1138, Forbidden Planet and Lost i

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Besides playing Alfred on Batman, where's Michael Caine been? We sure don't know, but he's back in Harry Brown which is our number one movie of the week on Blu-ray. Sure it didn't bring much in via the Box Office, but it does have a decent IMDB score which is thankfully higher than Sleuth. There are

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The picture above says it all, but we'll say it anyways; this week marks the release of the greatest TV show of all time on Blu-ray. Of course that is just an opinion, but one thing that can't be argued is that Lost was very popular and it would have to be for ABC to believe that someone would pay

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We've been following the HD releases each week for years, and besides the weeks when there were no releases at all, this one is pretty much the worst ever. Now we know you might be a Dexter fan and can't wait to enjoy the 4th season, but for the rest of us, what exactly do you want us to get excited

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Its the hottest month of the year in the northern hemisphere and there's not much new to watch on Blu-ray. Steve Carell's latest comedy might be worth a look if you are looking for a laugh or two, but with an IMDB score of 6.6, we wouldn't expect much if we were you. Two we know are good for a laugh

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If you've been reading this weekly post regularly and thinking, \"man when is a new kick-ass movie or all of my favorite MGM classics going to be on Blu-ray?\" then this is your week. Kick-ass isn't exactly the type of movie that would draw us to the theater, but any title that hits Blu-ray with an IM

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Love it or hate it the top title this week is the modern remake of Clash of the Titans. And if you are worried about more fake 3D, don't, this Blu-ray Discs has lots of features, but one of them isn't 3D. But even if this one isn't for you there are still a few others worth a look like Crouching Tig

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Wow is it hot out there right now and this week's lineup offers little reprieve inside. While there aren't any blockbusters this week there is quite a selection including a number of titles from Questar and the Criterion Collection. Warner is the only big studio with a number of titles this week wit

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This is one of those weeks that is expected in the dead of Summer, and as Hollywood wants it, motivates us to leave the house and head to the theater -- almost. No, instead we'll wait for all the great Summer flicks to hit Blu-ray this fall but Ben Stiller did star in Greenberg which looks like it m

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So we're a few days late on this one, but we figure it's better late than ever to tell you about this mid Summer lineup -- nothing too earth shattering this time of year anyways as we wait for the holiday season to bring the Summer blockbusters home. There are a few notable titles though like Brookl

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We're always up for a good comedy or documentary and this week there is both on Blu-ray. First on the lighter side Hot Tub Time Machine fits our rule of thumb regulating time travel in movies. Then up next is the BBC's How the Earth Changed History -- which has two of our favorite topics in one show

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This is a very odd week for us because while there are a number of day and date titles none that we can say we've heard of, except the super terrible Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lighting Theft. As far as we can tell the beset is Matt Damon's Green Zone, but even that isn't something we f

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Not sure why this one stayed under our radar until this week, but we saw an ad on TV for Shutter Island and just noticed today that it has an IMDB score of 8.0 which is a pretty high score. Also on our list today is the classic Caddyshack and The Illusionist. Not a great week overall, but any week w

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Not a bad week considering the time of year. We have a pretty nice day and date that even the Netflix and Redbox customers will get to enjoy -- but not 3D fans. And we have a fantastic documentary from the BBC, although we were really annoyed to see that Netflix is currently only offering the crappy

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We've never seen so many Blu-ray releases in the same week where we didn't really see anything we wanted to watch. We're sure some are glad to see HBO bring the second season of True Blood nearly 10 months after it aired on HBO -- we're still waiting on a few ourselves. Other than that we're looking

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Not a bad week of Blu-ray releases for mid-May, not bad at all. At the top of our list is Invictus, the true story based on South Africa's great rugby story -- but then again we're always a sucker for a good sports movie. Also this week is one of our favorite gangster movies of all time, Carlito's W

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After one of the great classic WWII movies of all times hit Blu-ray last week, this week is full of mediocre day and date releases like Mel's Edge of Darkness and Ethan's Daybreakers. Sony goes to the archives and brings out the Karate Kid movies, while Fox has what is possibly the worst Robin Hood

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Who isn't excited about one of the all time great World War II movies on Blu-ray in HD for the first time ever (IMDB 8.5)? We know we can't wait to live in terror once again as the soldiers hit the beach and make a run for it. If you haven't seen Saving Private Ryan before, and enjoy war movies even

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