Streaming video is rapidly becoming the movie-watching mode of choice, but does the takeover of streaming video mean that the special features and commentaries that accompanied DVDs are dead?
The special features you get with iTunes' movies aren't really that special. Well, if anyone is going to do something about it, it's James Cameron. Say what you want about the guy, he's always pushing the technological envelope.
The Lost season six DVD box set doesn't come out for another week, but the blooper-reel and snippets from the special features are out now. Watch actors try to keep track of their intrigues, plus the pilot's worryingly "cheesy" moment.
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.
We love Pixar around here. Who doesn't? Which is why this Pixar Studio Stories series is such a delight: animated, behind the scenes goodies from the company's illustrious history—including when they nearly lost most of Toy Story 2.
Fox plans to make two classes of discs, one version for retail and another, crippled, version for rental stores.
Sure, this is a pink phone, but the CKT 6689 also even more girly than that, showing the ladies when they'll get their next monthly visit from that loathsome crimson companion. There's also a courageous BMI indicator that is brave enough to consistently tell that babe in no uncertain terms whether those shorts she's…