Unfortunately, it isn’t a Blu-ray, but the complete Futurama box set has never been this cheap before. It’s a Gold Box deal though, so grab it quick before it sells out.
Even if your personal Miyazaki collection is comprehensive, I bet you have some friends and family members who would appreciate his films. Several of his best are down to $13 on Blu-ray on Amazon right now, which is just about as cheap as they ever get.
December 6. Mark it down. That’s when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is releasing the long-rumored, and previously only internationally available, “Black and Chrome” version of Mad Max: Fury Road. And that’s not all: the company is releasing the whole franchise in one box set.
We’ll still have to wait until next summer to see what happens when Dany and her posse sail into Westeros. But you can re-live every moment of season six, with a giant helping of extras, when Game of Thrones hits DVD and Blu-ray on November 15. Can’t wait that long? The digital download will be available August 1.
Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller probably didn’t realize the avalanche of discussion he set off when he first mentioned a black-and-white version of his award-winning film. We’ve chronicled the mystery behind this version of the film in the past, but now it seems like it’s actually happening.
Unfortunately it isn’t a Blu-ray, but the complete Futurama box set has never been this cheap before. It’s a Gold Box deal though, so grab it quick before it sells out.
And now they move! Just after Wednesday’s still images of the deleted scenes on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray, Disney has released a teaser trailer. For deleted scenes. Only Star Wars could pull this off, but we kind of love it.
Movie fans can be hard to shop for—because chances are, they already have tons of memorabilia. Luckily, the world is full of amazing box sets that include tons of extra material, and look great on a shelf. Here’s our complete 2015 guide to drool-worthy DVDs, Blu-rays, and elaborate box sets.
As if you didn’t already know, next month finally marks the day from Back to the Future Part II when Marty McFly and Doc Brown arrived in 2015. There’s a lot going on to celebrate the occasion (click here for proof) but this may be the best thing yet.
Before Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Tituss Burgess was singing "Pinot Noir," he starred as the Witch from Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods. Burgess reprised his role (briefly) for Sondheim's birthday celebration. Just try and watch this clip without weeping.
Dany's dragons are all big and eating babies! We've got an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how Game of Thrones aged up Daenerys Targaryen's dragons and made them appear to be bigger than they actually are (because they are not real).
Last year, an Atlantic article introduced us to an activist group run by a former North Korean who now uses balloons to airlift information and technology into into the tightly-controlled country. Now, its members want to use their balloons to tote in copies of The Interview, Sony's beleaguered comedy about Kim…
Peter Capaldi's first year starring in Doctor Who has been full of moments that you're going to want to see again and again. Which is why it's great news that the DVD/Blu-Ray box set is coming soon. We've got the exclusive first details about the set's special features and U.S. cover!
The best part of Edge of Tomorrow isn't the mad action, great fights or wonderful chemistry between Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, it's the humor. And Tom Cruise delivers each ham-boned or cowardly line so well. And if you don't believe us, check out this supercut.
Regardless of how you might feel about Star Trek Into Darkness, there's no arguing that seeing Simon Pegg, Christopher Pine, Zachary Quinto and Benedict Cumberbatch goof around on set is anything but a good time. Seriously!
Tom Cruise's scifi movie Edge of Tomorrow was great, but it was doomed by terrible marketing. It was a box office bomb, not least because Warner Bros. changed its title from All You Need Is Kill to the ultra-generic Edge of Tomorrow — and now WB has apparently changed the title again.
Holy long-awaited cult-favorite show that until recently was stuck in a legal nightmare! The campy, outstanding 1966 Batman TV series will finally be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 11th, and we've got the details on all the extra features and the goodies included in the complete series set.
You may have watched it already on Netflix, Cartoon Network, or online. Let me tell you that if you've seen the smash anime Attack on Titan, you almost certainly need to own it, and if you haven't seen it, you're almost certainly going to want to. Tomorrow's your chance!
For the record: Despite the Pompeii movie's tagline, there was plenty of warning, and there was also plenty of time to escape if you took the 48 hours of ash spewing from Vesuvius as, say, a warning of some kind. But yeah, other than that, no warning, no escape."