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All-Star Superman (Blu-ray/DVD)

All-Star Superman (Blu-ray/DVD)

Based on the critically-acclaimed comic book series by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. Superman is dying, but that won’t stop him from embarking on his most legendary adventures yet.

Memento: 10th Anniv. (Blu-Ray)

Memento: 10th Anniv. (Blu-Ray)

Chirstopher Nolan’s twisty-turny breakout film makes its way to Blu-ray in this special edition disc, with commentary by the director himself, a retrospective, and other bonuses.

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Tron: Legacy 5-Disc Pack

Tron: Legacy 5-Disc Pack

Includes Blu-ray discs of the 3D and 2D versions, a DVD, and a code to download a digital copy of the game. A Blu-ray of the original Tron is also included. Limited edition package here.

Road House (Blu-ray)

Road House (Blu-ray)

It could be the best worst movie ever made – loaded with epic bar brawls, cheesy dialog and all the Swayze you can handle. We can’t decide if the Double Deuce would look better on VHS, though.

ASUS Add-on Blu-ray Drive

ASUS Add-on Blu-ray Drive

Want to add a Blu-ray drive to your PC or Mac? ASUS external drive has good looks, copies Blu-ray discs to your hard drive and burns DVD+R discs. Movie playback software not included though.

El Mariachi Trilogy (Blu-ray)

El Mariachi Trilogy (Blu-ray)

Robert Rodriguez’ classic, bloody trilogy makes its way to Blu-ray and high-def for the first time ever. If you never saw these, get out the popcorn and chain yourself to the couch – then watch Machete.

Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Star Wars: The Complete Saga

It’s been a long time coming, but all six Star Wars movies are finally coming to high-def Blu-ray disc. The full 9-disc set includes over 30 hours of bonuses including deleted scenes. Out 9/2011.

Coraline 3D (Blu-Ray/DVD)

Coraline 3D (Blu-Ray/DVD)

Henry Selick’s meticulously crafted stop-motion film originally shipped with those stupid red/blue 3D glasses when it first hit disc. Now – if you’ve got a 3D TV – you can watch it the way it was meant.

Machete (Blu-ray/DVD)

Machete (Blu-ray/DVD)

Robert Rodriguez’ bloody good “Mexsploitation” flick finds its way to disc next week, complete with deleted scenes and an audience reaction track for added fun. And remember, Machete Don’t Text.

Despicable Me (Blu-ray/DVD)

Despicable Me (Blu-ray/DVD)

Steve Carrell’s supervillian Gru gets help from three bonus short films starring his army of wacky Minions in this Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack. While it’s no Pixar flick, it’s still a crowdpleaser.

Rambo: Complete Collector’s Set

Rambo: Complete Collector’s Set

Now you can own all four of the legendary Rambo movies at an unbelievable price. Get your fill of the “reluctant killing machine” plus a ton of bonus features, such as deleted scenes.

The Expendables (Blu-ray/DVD)

The Expendables (Blu-ray/DVD)

Stallone, Statham, Lundgren, Rourke, Willis, Li and even the Governator himself blow the roof off the place in this blockbuster action flick. The 3-disc set is loaded with bonus footage and special features.

Scott Pilgrim (Blu-ray/DVD)

Scott Pilgrim (Blu-ray/DVD)

Topping this week’s releases, the Blu-ray/DVD combo includes commentary, deleted scenes, bloopers, an Adult Swim animated featurette, and of course, Ramona and her seven evil exes.

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The Bionic Woman (DVD)

The Bionic Woman (DVD)

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.

Predators (Blu-ray)

Predators (Blu-ray)

If you missed Nimród Antal’s thrilling Predator reboot when it hit theaters earlier this year, now’s your chance to see it. The disc offers tons of bonus footage, plus a digital copy for your computer.

Apocalypse Now: Full Disclosure

Apocalypse Now: Full Disclosure

A three-disc Blu-ray edition that has the 1979 cut, the Redux as well as a making-of documentary. Also includes interviews with Martin Sheen and writer John Milius by Francis Ford Coppola himself.

BTTF Trilogy (Blu-ray)

BTTF Trilogy (Blu-ray)

Go back to the world of Marty McFly and Doc Brown with the 25th Anniversary Trilogy. Naturally, it’s filled with extras, like this interview with co-writers Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale. Out 10/26/10.

It’s Always Sunny: Season 5

It’s Always Sunny: Season 5

With the new season of the most warped (and funny) show on television upon us this Thursday (9/16), catch up with Sweet Dee and the boys with last season’s Blu-ray/DVD release.

The Exorcist: Blu-ray

The Exorcist: Blu-ray

The Blu-ray edition of one of the greatest horror movies ever made includes both the director’s cut and the theatrical edition, plus a documentary. Classics like this deserve to be owned, not rented.

The Evil Dead (Blu-ray)

The Evil Dead (Blu-ray)

Sam Raimi’s gore-fest finally makes its way to Blu-ray today (8/31/10). If you’ve never seen Bruce Cambpell in his original turn as Ash, you must watch this low-budget horror classic.

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Bruce Lee Legendary Collection

Bruce Lee Legendary Collection

Not only does this box set offer 5 of Bruce Lee’s greatest martial arts masterpieces, the collection is entirely on Blu-ray, with 1080p HD transfers and tons of bonus features. Region A only.

Samsung Portable Blu-ray Player

Samsung Portable Blu-ray Player

Samsung’s BD-C8000 Blu-ray player offers a 10.3″ LCD screen and even supports 3D playback – on 3D televisions, but not on the built-in screen. Still, it’s worth a look if you want Blu-ray on the go.

Blu-ray: Vacation

Blu-ray: Vacation

We’re not sure that Vacation really will look any better in HD, but it’s still one of the funniest movies of all time, and deserves a spot in your movie collection. The moose outside should have told you.

The Goonies 25th Anniversary Ed.

The Goonies 25th Anniversary Ed.

Goonies never say die, that’s why until today the movie is still much-loved. The Blu-ray comes with a board game, two magazines and reproductions of the movie’s storyboard.

Blu-ray/DVD: Dexter Season Four

Blu-ray/DVD: Dexter Season Four

Catch up on last season’s tension-filled storyline with John Lithgow’s incredibly creepy turn as Arthur Mitchell (aka “The Trinity Killer”). Don’t watch the Season Five preview until you’ve finished this disc.

Plextor USB Blu-ray Player

Plextor USB Blu-ray Player

The PX-B120U Blu-ray player can read almost any kind of optical media. It’s USB-powered too, so no need for an extra outlet. The best part? It’s only $100. It should be available online soon.

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