Blu-ray Review: The Night Of

The eight-part miniseries, which aired on HBO, is a compelling police procedural about a college student accused of a vicious murder.

Album Reviews: An Underappreciated Songwriter, and More

Burger reviews a tribute to a songwriter who deserves wide acclaim, plus new CDs from the Mavericks, Tony Hadley, and more.

Blu-ray Review: Theatre of Blood - Twilight Time Limited Edition

One of the great Vincent Price's most deliciously zesty performances, this twisted horror flick from 1973 debuts on Blu-ray (featuring film historian audio commentary).

DVD Review: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Vault Series - (Six-Disc Set)

Various editions of this 'Vault Series' are available, each containing complete episodes of Johnny Carson's 'Tonight Show' (commercials included!).

Blu-ray Review: The Infiltrator

'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston goes undercover as Bob Musella to infiltrate the drug cartels run by Pablo Escobar. A recommended true crime drama.

Blu-ray Review: The Legend of Tarzan

A $180 million budget buys a whole bunch of cool CG effects, but the reasons this 'Tarzan' is so-so lie in the muddled screenplay.

Blu-ray Review: Blood Father

If you like Mel Gibson and have been waiting for him to deliver a knockout leading performance, check this one out.

Blu-ray Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

Not without its moments, 'Apocalypse' is nonetheless the first disappointing X-Film directed by Bryan Singer.

Blu-ray Review: Prince Movie Collection - Purple Rain, Under the Cherry Moon, Graffiti Bridge

Everyone knows Purple Rain, but the true classic Prince movie is the unheralded Under the Cherry Moon (which makes its Blu-ray debut here).

Album Reviews: Life-Affirming Funeral Music, Bette Midler's Triumph, and Two Auspicious Newcomers

A collection of songs sung at funerals proves more meditative than morose. Plus, Bette Midler reissue and two auspicious newcomers.

Bentley's Bandstand: October 2016

Music industry vet Bill Bentley is back with reviews of ten great new releases, including Dwight Yoakam, Van Morrison, Daniel Foose, David Halley, Gregory Porter, Trip Trio, Nick Waterhouse, and more!

Album Review: David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976) (12-disc Boxset)

A follow-up to last year's Five Years, which covered David Bowie's work from 1969 through 1973, exhaustively examines his 1974-76 output.

Blu-ray Review: Into the Forest

A dystopian future in which young female protagonists must survive against great odds... No, not another Hunger Games, Divergent, Fifth Wave, etc. This is something entirely different - and entirely worth watching.

Blu-ray Review: Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV

The plot is a morass of hard-to-remember names and locations, but the CG animation is a real treat.

Blu-ray Review: Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

The amount of deleted footage and outtakes contained on the Blu-ray nearly equals the running time of the movie itself! That's not necessarily a good thing.

Blu-ray 3D Review: Captain America: Civil War

Captain America: Civil War isn't any less enjoyable on 2D Blu-ray but no 3D movie collectors should pass up this release.

Album Review: The Beatles - Live at the Hollywood Bowl

A new edition of the Beatles' Hollywood Bowl concert LP offers bonus tracks, upgraded sound, and a sense of why the fans all screamed.

Blu-ray Review: The Shallows

Blake Lively turns in a remarkable performance in this shark attack thriller.

Album Reviews: Soul, Country, Power Pop, and More

Burger reviews new releases, including a major find for soul fans, a highly recommended power pop CD, and a superlative holiday album.

Blu-ray Review: Beauty and the Beast (1991) - 25th Anniversary Edition

The 1991 classic, Oscar-nominated for Best Picture, has been pulled out of the Disney vault for the first time in six years.

Disney's The BFG - On Digital HD, Blu-ray and Disney Movies Anywhere Dec. 6
Steven Spielberg's first-ever Disney production will include lots of bonus content, including a tribute to late screenwriter Melissa Mathison. Due October 4 on Blu-ray: Prince Movie Collection - Purple Rain, Under the Cherry Moon, Graffiti Bridge
Prince three narrative theatrical films arrive newly remastered on Blu-ray. This is the Blu-ray debut of Under the Cherry Moon and Graffiti Bridge. Now on DVD: Netflix Series Grace and Frankie - Season One
Audio commentaries, a gag reel, and a featurette are among the bonus features exclusive to this Season One DVD of the Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated series. Now on Blu-ray: Misconduct
The main reasons to give this stilted courtroom drama a look are the supporting performances by Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins. Paramount Announces Immense Star Trek 50th Anniversary TV and Movie BD Boxset
The new set will include the Director's Cut of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and the Animated Series remastered in HD for the first time. Now on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD: Pixar's The Good Dinosaur
Fast on the heels of the near-universal acclaim that greeted Inside Out, Pixar is back with a decidedly more minor tale. Now on Blu-ray: Strike Back: Cinemax Season 4
The popular Cinemax action series ends here with another excellent Blu-ray release from HBO Home Entertainment. Star Wars: The Force Awakens - On Digital HD April 1, Blu-ray and DVD April 5
The movie phenomenon of 2015 is poised to become the home video phenomenon of 2016. New Limited Edition Blu-rays at Twilight Time: February Releases
All Twilight Time titles are limited editions, but each of these - The Big Heat, Where the Sidewalk Ends, The Hawaiians, Cowboy, Support Your Local Sheriff, The Doll of Satan - are currently available. The Revenant - Winner of Three Academy Awards - On Digital HD March 22, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, & DVD April 19
Though it didn't end up winning Best Picture, it did earn Alejandro Iñárritu his second consecutive Best Director Oscar. And Leonardo DiCaprio finally won his first Oscar. Digital HD Alert: Oscar-Nominated Brooklyn - Now Available; The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 - March 8
An Oscar nominee for Best Picture and a mega-blockbuster sci-fi epic arrive on Digital HD in advance of their respective physical releases. Cast Your Oscar Ballot at MoviePass - Grand Prize is One Year of Free Movies
MoviePass is a movie theater subscription service that allows members to see one movie in theaters every day for a flat monthly fee. They're currently holding a cool Oscars contest. Now on DVD: Badge of Honor starring Mena Suvari
Martin Sheen co-stars in this brand new action/thriller directed by Agustin.

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