Out 10/26, the Blu-ray box set includes all four Alien films in HD, with 60 hours of bonus features and 12,000 still images. The limited-edition egg version might be worth the extra dough.
While we’re gearing up for tomorrow’s premiere of Inception, one of Christoper Nolan’s earlier one-word-title flicks just hit Blu-ray. The thriller stars Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hillary Swank.
If you missed this rude, crude, and generally funny retro romp when it hit theaters, now’s your chance to go back to 1986. The unrated Blu-ray disc includes tons of bonus footage. (Also on DVD).
Grab your clubs and kill all the golfers! The 30th Anniversary edition of Caddyshack hits Blu-ray today, chockful of bonuses. Update: Contest has concluded. Congrats to the winners!
Available 6/8, Not the Messiah is the one-night-only live stage show based on Monty Python’s Life of Brian. Special features include sing-along songs, bonus featurettes, trivia and real-time cast info.
Look back on all six seasons in this comprehensive Blu-ray set, which includes tons of bonus footage, and goodies like ‘Senet‘, the game Jakob and The Man in Black played. Ships 8/24/2010.
If you didn’t bother to see Tim Burton’s latest when it came out, now’s your chance to see the over-the-top fairy tale in the comfort of your home. Sorry, no 3D for these discs, but who needs it?
Available for the first time in HD, Brian DePalma’s 1993 gangster flick about an ex-con trying to go straight offers great performances by Al Pacino, Sean Penn, Luis Guzman and John Leguizamo.
Batman encounters a mysterious villain who knows all of his dark secrets. The film stars the voices of Bruce Greenwood, Jensen Ackles and – wait for it – NPH! Coming to DVD and Blu-ray this Summer.
Blu-ray gets just a bit bluer on 4/22/10 with the release of Avatar; it’ll be available as a two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo, with an “ultimate” edition with extras coming in November.
The Men Who Stare at Goats baa-rges its way onto DVD and Blu-ray 3/23/10; both versions include deleted scenes, audio commentaries, and a featurette of the real First Earth Battalion.
It’s a must buy die for horror fans: the original Nightmare on Elm Street arrives on Blu-ray 4/6/10 and includes Ready Freddy Focus Points, alt. endings, featurettes, and commentaries.
It’s still running in some theaters, but buying Sherlock Holmes on Blu-ray (3/30/10) is elementary, my dear Watson: it includes the Maximum Movie Mode with director Guy Ritchie.
Available 4/13/10: Apollo 13 finally lands on Blu-ray for its 15th anniversary; it’ll feature 2.35:1 1080p video and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio plus a feature commentary with Ron Howard.
Saving Private Ryan arrives on Blu-ray 5/4/10: it’s a two-disc set with 2.35:1 1080p HD, English 5.1 DTS-HD audio, and 3 hours of bonuses including 8 featurettes and 2 documentaries.
Thanks to a successful run at 2009 Sundance, blaxploitation spoof Black Dynamite blasts its way onto DVD/Blu-ray on 2/16/2010; both include commentary, extra scenes, and featurettes.
Buy the one 1978 animated film to rule them all with Lord of the Rings: Remastered Deluxe Edition; it includes remastered audio and video plus a 30 minute interview with director Ralph Bakshi.
Get one of the best movies (mob or otherwise) ever made: Goodfellas 20th Anniversary Edition is a 2-disc Blu-ray set with booklet, commentaries, featurettes, and feature-length documentary.
Make your day with the Dirty Harry Collection (Blu-ray/DVD), due out 2/16/2010; it’s cheaper than the Ultimate Collection by leaving out extras, but still includes all five films.
It didn’t do well in theaters, but we’re still rootin’ for Astro Boy as a robot-tastic flick; it arrives on Blu-ray/DVD 3/16/2010 with deleted scenes, featurettes, and two new animated scenes.
Moon lands on Blu-ray 1/12/2010; the mind-bending, character-driven sci-fi film is a mix of 2001 and Solaris and stars Sam Rockwell on a solitary three-year lunar mining mission.
Dark undead comedy Zombieland arrives on Blu-ray 2/2/10 with a behind the scenes PiP track, deleted and effects progressions scenes, and actor, writer, and director commentary.
The SG team finally gets a proper release Stargate: 15th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray; it includes both the theatrical and director’s cuts, lossless audio, and three new featurettes.
It wasn’t built in a day, but you can watch it in only 22 hours: Rome: The Complete Series includes 10 discs and 22 episodes of the Julius Caesar Sopranos-in-52 B.C. docudrama.
Available on Blu-ray: Army of Darkness: Screwhead Edition includes commentary by Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell, deleted scenes, an alternate ending, and production photos.
Any way you slice it, Samurai Champloo: The Complete Series on Blu-ray is a must-buy for anime fans; it’s a 3-disc, 26 episode set of the hip hop-meets-samurai chop series.
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