Category: "Home Video"

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde - U.S. MGM Special Edition DVD Easter Eggs

There are many websites devoted to DVD Easter Eggs, though they don't seem to have been updated in quite some time. While most DVD Easter Eggs, and some Blu-ray Easter Eggs, are listed on these sites, there are some that either aren't listed, or have… more »

Your Highness (2011) Mill Creek Blu-ray Review

Mill Creek recently re-released Your Highness on Blu-ray. Both the Theatrical and Unrated cuts of the movie are on the disc (see differences here), though I only watched the Unrated cut. My review is based on that version of the movie, which still… more »

Accepted (2006) Blu-ray Review

Accepted (2006), not to be confused with the Mae Whitman movie Acceptance (2009), is making its Blu-ray debut thanks to Mill Creek. Read on to find out more about it... more »

The Walking Dead: World Beyond - Season 1 Quick Review

The Walking Dead: World Beyond is the latest installment in the successful The Walking Dead franchise. (I previously reviewed the Blu-ray releases of The Walking Dead - Season 9 and Fear The Walking Dead - Season 4.) Although it premiered back in… more »

The Twilight Zone (2019): Season 2 DVD Review

CBS Home Entertainment recently released the The Twilight Zone (2019): Season 2 DVD set. Read on to find out more about it... more »

The Wolf of Snow Hollow Blu-ray Review

The Wolf of Snow Hollow is the latest film from actor/writer/director Jim Cummings - who is not the voice artist of the same name, best known as "Mr. Disney" for all of the voices he provides for Disney's animated canon. Read on to find out more about… more »

Blade (1998) 4K Blu-ray Combo Pack Review

Today, I'll take a look at the Blade 4K/Blu-ray Combo Pack. Read on to find out more about it... more »

Hawaii Five-0 (2010): The Complete Series DVD Review

CBS Home Entertainment recently released the Hawaii Five-0: The Complete Series DVD set. Read on to find out more about it... more »

The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit Trilogy 4K Sets Review

Warner Brothers recently released The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and The Hobbit Trilogy in two separate 4K UHD sets just in time for the holidays. Read on to find out more about them... more »

Thundercats (1985) - Original Four 6-Disc Volumes vs. 12-Disc Complete Series DVD Comparison Review

Thundercats is a 130-episode Rankin-Bass Productions/Lorimar-Telepictures animated series that aired in syndication during the 1985–1989 television seasons. Thundercats follows the adventures of a group of catlike humanoid aliens from the planet… more »