“One shall stand, one shall fall.” Shout Factory will be releasing a remastered version of the 1986 classic Transformers: The Movie. The Blu-ray release contains both widescreen and full frame versions, as well as several behind-the-scenes docs, original trailers and more.
To celebrate 30 years of Back to the Future, this epic box set includes all three movies on Blu-Ray, all 26 episodes of the animated series on DVD, tons of bonus content, a 64-page history book, and a light-up flux capacitor box.
Disney offers up a collection of a dozen of its finest short animated films, including Academy Award winners Paperman and Feast, along with behind the scenes interviews with their creators.
The ’80s classic Pee-Wee’s Playhouse was lovingly restored with today’s tech, bringing back not only hilarious memories, but details and colors you never saw when you first watched them. The 8-disc set includes tons of extras.
Holy Blu-ray, Batman! All 120 episodes of Adam West and Burt Ward’s camp classic television series have been remastered in HD and are coming to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital November 2014. Time to check a gift off that shopping list.
There’s little doubt that Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor’s politically incorrect western comedy wouldn’t get greenlit in this day and age. This special edition includes a new featurette with Brooks himself, and 10 collectible art cards.
The Blu-ray set of all six seasons comes in a case shaped like Walt’s money barrels (what, no Winnebago?) It has all special features from previous Blu-rays plus a new documentary, a Los Pollos Hermanos apron and more.
A set that includes Blu-ray and DVD versions of The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon and Game Of Death, plus DVD versions of two documentaries. It’s packaged in a book that is itself filled with pictures and other materials.
Now that our walker fix is back, we can look forward to adding the limited-edition season 3 Blu-ray set and its aquarium of floating heads to our collection. It even fills with water and lights up!
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