There are two theories at work here. A) Arnold doesn't quite understand what the purpose of a commentary track is, or B) He is actually narrating Total Recall for blind people. Either way, it's friggin' hilarious. (very slightly NSFW)
The Dark Knight has been on DVD and Blu-ray for a while now, but it finally just hit iTunes. The best part? The 31 minutes of previously Blu-ray only bonuses can be had anywhere.
Unwrapping a nice lustworthy gadget only to learn that some crucial part is sold separately can be a major drag. But exercise patience: It's dumb to run to the first open store for HDMI cables and extra game controllers.
I love TV technology, but wince when I see an $11K Japan-only Toshiba stuffed with a 3TB DVR. And adding internet widgets, like Samsung's, is even worse. I hate this trend—TVs just need great picture and lower cost.
The first episode of Caprica premiered last night (did you buy it on DVD or iTunes?), so if you like what you saw, Zune has a 90-minute Q&A session for you on April 28.
I know—a juicy sale price on a gadget is hard to resist. But the extras associated with these items are the real killers. It's time to look beyond the tag in search of values.
We're slowly wrapping our heads around Blu-ray vs. HD DVD and one thing we really want to see are all these exciting extras they're promising. Thus far we've seen a few BR and HD DVD titles and have been interwhelmed. However, Bryan Singer is offering up his vision for the Superman Returns release which will enable…