Predestination was a cool-looking, psychologically complex movie about time travel and shifting identities. And one of the best things about this film is how it dramatizes the toll that traveling through time takes on people. Here's an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray special features that shows how they did it.
Say you're going to another planet, and it's going to take months or even years to get there. You can only bring one DVD set (or there's only room in the spaceship's computer for one set of video files.) What do you bring? And why?
George Lucas is not satisfied with turning the puppet Yoda in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace into a CG creation. Or just fixing some of the wonky lightsabre effects in the original trilogy. He's going a bit further.
It's not exactly Sophie's Choice, but if you're a pretty casual Netflix user like I am, you're going to have to decide which is more crucial: streaming movies or watching them on DVDs and Blu-rays.
Thinking of buying one of the 3DTVs that are breaking through this week at CES? There'll be a raft of new 3D Blu-rays to snap up from Disney, though most have been painted 3D in post-production.
Tough luck if you were planning on buying Avatar 3D on Blu-ray. The only way you'll be able to pick one up is by purchasing a Panasonic 3DTV or Blu-ray player, as Panny has an exclusive deal until February 2012.
UK Inception fans will be treated to one of the best Blu-ray packages I've ever seen, come December 6th. Available for pre-order now, the film is on Blu-ray and DVD, plus there's a digital copy and heaps of special features.
Have you heard? Back To The Future is coming to Blu-ray! Unless you've already fired up the DeLorean and arrived at October 26th and know what to expect, check out the (HD) YouTube video below. It's no Blu-ray, but...
6.2million people are officially nuts. That's the conclusion I've come to after hearing Avatar's now sold 6.2million Blu-ray copies in the first three weeks since launch—that's a steady climb since the 2.7million sold in the first four days.
If you've been a Netflix customer, you know it can be a little frustrating to send back a disc Thursday/Friday only to wait until Monday for the replacement to ship. That's going to change.