During Black Friday week, one simply gets everything Middle-Earth for lowest ever prices.
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.