On Blu-ray 5/12, Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection includes the six films from The Original Series, as well as a roundtable chat with Shatner, Nimoy, Stewart and Frakes.
Available March 24th, Tales of the Black Freighter (DVD, BD) is an animated retelling of a fictional comic book within the Watchmen; for some, it’s arguably the best part of the graphic novel.
Samsung has unleashed an onslaught of new Blu-ray gadgets decked out in cardinal, including the sexy slim BD-P4600 player, the BD8200 soundbar and the BD7200 2.1 home theater.
Firefly fans may be far and few, but we’re a rabid, Pax-immune bunch: Serenity is coming to Blu-ray, and it’s filled with goodies including 5.1 lossless audio, extra scenes and commentary.
Our favorite trash compacting robot is returning home: yup, Wall-E is coming in both Blu-ray and DVD flavors on November 18th; each will include the all-new BURN-E short film.
There’s no way on earth (or heaven) that we could skip Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter; heck, it’s being released on Blu-ray. Is there a plot? Who freaking cares? It’s Jesus kicking unholy butt!
As if the regular Dark Knight Blu-ray version wasn’t compelling enough, this two-disc limited edition set is available 12/9 and comes with a Bat Pod and display stand: daddy wants.
The swappable covers look like a Scottish kilt, but Fujitsu’s 15.4″ Lifebook A6220 laptops also sport 4GB of RAM, 802.11n, Blu-Ray, e-SATA out and HDMI out for under $1,500.
Hurting over the lack of a Blu-ray drive on those new MacBooks? AMEX’s Blu-ray Super Multi Drive has your back; the portable unit will even do Blu-ray recording for an extra Benjamin.
Blu-Ray just got a lot more affordable: Acer’s Aspire X3200 HTPC squeezes in a Blu-Ray drive alongside a 2.1GHz AMD CPU, 4GB RAM and a 640 GB HDD, all for only $680.
You can never have too many 18.4″ laptops: Acer’s 8930 Gemstone will max out with a T9400 CPU, 4GB RAM, a GeForce 9700M GT, Blu-ray, HDMI out, 802.11 Draft-N and 2x320GB drives.
Add this to our Christmas wishlist: Dark Knight is coming to Blu-Ray on 12/9 as a standard two-disc set. The second set will include “Batman Tech” and six Gotham Cable episodes.
Sony’s Vaio TT is the world’s lightest Blu-ray laptop. Less than 1″ thick and only 2.87 lbs, this svelte 11″ notebook gets a carbon fiber chassis, 16:9 HD 1080p and dual channel SSD drives + RAID.
HP’s HDX16t laptop is like a mini-home theater, especially if you get the 1920×1080 full HD 16:9 ratio screen and optional TV tuner; also included are a Blu-ray drive and subwoofer.
The Iron Man Blu-ray edition (avail. 9/30) packs more punch than a flame-throwing robotic suit. Our favorite extra is the Hall of Armor, which displays 3D schematics of suits and weapons.
It was Earth, all along: Planet of the Apes will be coming to Blu-Ray 11/4 in a 40 Year Evolution five disc set. Includes all five films in 1080p with 5.1 DTS MA, along with a 200 page art book.
We love two-fers, and LG’s BD-300 does exactly that: it not only plays Blu-ray discs, but also streams Netflix movies. Available in Fall, Gizmodo reports that the price should be “well under $500.”
Deal: Amazon has a 40% off sale for select Blu-ray movies. Titles include Cars, Apocalypto, Pirates of the Caribbean (all three films) and The Prestige. Psst: free shipping on orders over 25 bucks.
Dell’s new Studio Hybrid is 80% smaller and draws 70% less power than standard desktops. Available in six colors and bamboo, it features an HDMI port, 8-in-1 media card reader and optional Blu-ray.
The world’s first 16.4″ laptop, Sony’s FW Series gets a bigger screen in a 15.4″ footprint. Other specs: 6.4 lbs, 1600×900, MacBook-style keys, and optional Blu-ray RW drive.
EA’s third-person space zombie shooter is getting a gory animated movie prequel. Titled Dead Space: Downfall, it’s slated for a DVD/Blu-ray release alongside the game in October ’08.
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