Two years late, Anchor Bay's CGI-animated Ultramarines is about to explode on Blu-ray.
You know your friends all love a good sci-fi or fantasy flick, but there are a lot of crazy special Blu-ray and DVD editions out there that can make even the best sci-fi flicks even better. Luckily, that's where these insanely elaborate sets come in, featuring everything from awesome collectibles to busts of main characters. Sounds like they'd make perfect holiday gifts, don't you think?
Hungry for next month's Prometheus Blu-ray ? Why wait, when you can chomp down on four deleted scenes featuring some slimy alien skin, a chatty pissed off Engineer and Shaw goin' all Lizzie Borden?
It's not extremely uncommon for films to have minor tweaks for different release markets, but those changes typically come before it opens in theaters—not on the DVD release. So what odd edit are UK Avengers fans spotting in the recent Blu-Ray release? Spoiler for The Avengers coming up!
Reciting Latin phrases from a dusty book is never a good idea in horror flicks. Lots of bad stuff can happen, including uncontrollable giggling—as shown in this clip included in the Blu-ray release of Joss Whedon's Cabin In The Woods.
At this point, we all know (or should know) that we can expect a Blu-ray re-release of just about every classic sci-fi film ever, but some catch our eye more than others. For instance, take a look at this limited edition packaging for the 30th anniversary Blu-ray of Steven Spielberg's E. T. the Extra Terrestrial. Yup, that's a spaceship.
You're gonna wanna make room on your shelf for this beautiful behemoth. The gorgeous, deluxe 6-movie set named Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One—Avengers Assembled just amped up the awesome with these artsy individual film sleeves. (Like you needed another reason to buy this baby.)
We know you're already hungry for a re-watch of The Walking Dead's second season the minute it hits Blu-Ray and DVD, but after seeing the gruesomely awesome design for the limited edition box set, you'll be even more anxious to freak out your friends by adding this bloody cool thing to your shelf. Check it out!
Star Trek: The Next Generation is turning 25 this year (where has the time gone?) and what better way to celebrate a quarter century than getting to see all our fave Next Gen characters—and the USS Enterprise-D—in stunning high-def glory?
What's better than a colony of space jellyfish swarming the Enterprise? Those same luminous leviathans in the full glory of High-Def! Since the original Star Trek series was remastered in 2006, fans have been chanting for a similar treatment of their beloved TNG and now their wishes have been granted. And it's not even Christmas yet!