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Week 38 Releases: The Vampire Diaries & The Originals


The Vampire Diaries, the story of two vampire brothers obsessed with the same beautiful girl, continues for another season of epic romance and suspense. 690 more words


What’s New on DVD and Blu-ray This Week (August 26, 2014)

It’s a massively cool week for disc heads. Feast on the respectable abundance of greatness heading to DVD and Blu-ray this week!

Aftermath (Image): The devastating horror of a nuclear apocalypse is now reality and nine desperate strangers find themselves clinging to life in a farmhouse cellar, while radioactive fallout descends on the darkened world above. 2,017 more words


Media: MLB.TV rest of season $12, Despicable Me 2 combo pack $21, Katy Perry's Prism album for free, more

Update (8/27 8:45am):

After the epic ending to one of the most captivating TV series ever, Breaking Bad fans snatched up the limited edition Blu-ray collection with fervor. 337 more words


Shout! Factory Brings The Whimsical, Musical Fairy Tale: "Jack & The Cuckoo-Clock Heart" To DVD & Blu-ray Oct. 7, 2014

SOMEHOW, this one slipped by us when it was first released but after seeing the trailer, we can’t WAIT for this upcoming Blu-ray/DVD release from… 608 more words


Hunger Games: Okayish but really, why the hype?

Hunger Games by Gary Ross on Blu-ray
My rating: 5 out of 10 stars

In a dystopian future, the totalitarian nation of Panem is divided between 12 districts and the Capitol.

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The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Seventh Season

Leonard, Sheldon, Penny and the gang are back for the complete seventh season of the always brilliant The Big Bang Theory. In this season Penny not only lands her first movie role but also discovers that her fake Las Vegas wedding to ex-boyfriend Zack was not so fake afterall; Leonard is emotionally blackmailed into a returning a DVD to a store that closed years ago; Sheldon makes scientific history, by accident and Amy finally gets a pash from Sheldon. 142 more words


300: Rise of an Empire Blu-ray Review

“Visually is where new director Noam Murro and otherwise strong cinematographer Simon Duggan splinter, lost in-between measures to clone yet differentiate their cinematic palette. Empire… 77 more words

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