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.
Fans of LCD Soundsystem who purchase the DVD or Blu-Ray editions will be treated to a 3-disc package with a 90-minute documentary, and almost 4 hours of concerts, photos, and outtakes.
Preserve your home videos and old movies to DVD with this handy converter. It also has a DV input for transferring footage from a camcorder directly to a DVD. It also works as a VHS and DVD player.
Johnny Depp’s whipsmart turn as a chameleon may not have been as kid-friendly as some animation, but Gore Verbinski’s PG flick is fun for adults with its sophisticated humor and quirky animation style.
The Yearbook Edition includes all 18 episodes plus over 40 hours of bonus material, such as deleted scenes and cast auditions of one of the most under-appreciated TV shows of all time.
While it “only” won 2 Oscars, it doesn’t mean that David O. Russell’s film biopic about Micky Ward and Dicky Eklund wasn’t one of the most acclaimed films of 2010. If you missed it, now’s your chance.
Relive your childhood Lindsay Wagner fantasies with the long-awaited re-release of the classic Bionic Woman’s first season. Crushing tennis balls and running in slow-mo never gets old for us.
If you missed the off-the-wall superhero action flick when it hit theaters earlier this year, now’s your chance to watch it at home. Loaded with cartoon violence and crazy characters, it’s a great escape.
Today marks the release of this action pic of biblical proportions, where the son of Zeus works to keep the underworld at bay. Blu-ray adds extra scenes, an alternate ending, and other goodies.
In case you missed the Hughes brothers’ post-apocalyptic movie in theaters, it arrives on disc today (6/15). Denzel Washington stars in this flick best described as Mad Max with a bible.