Blu-ray Review: The BFG

The BFG is the swan song of screenwriter Melissa Mathison, best known for her Oscar-nominated screenplay for E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Adapting the 1982 Roald Dahl novel was a long process, one that dates back to 1991 (Robin Williams was...

Book Review: Bob Dylan: The Lyrics 1961-2012

A new book that collects Bob Dylan's lyrics offers reminders about why he deserved a Nobel Prize.

Blu-ray Review: Pete's Dragon (2016)

Charming, elegiac family film 'Pete's Dragon' is a must-see re-imagining of the 1977 original.

DVD Review: Hell Or High Water

Superb acting and tight storytelling combine for an unmissable modern-day Western thriller about bank robbing brothers and the Texas Rangers on their trail.

Blu-ray Review: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years

Ron Howard's crash course in Beatlemania will bring back memories for longtime fans and be a revelation for young audiences.

Blu-ray Review: Moscow On the Hudson - Twilight Time Limited Edition

An early dramatic turn (with definite comedic elements) from the late Robin Williams makes this a "fish out of water" tale worth revisiting.

Blu-ray Review: Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins - Twilight Time Limited Edition

Fans are going to love the special features included with this high definition edition of the 1985 cult action-comedy film.

Blu-ray Review: War Dogs (2016)

The incredible, partly-true story of a pair of arms dealers who get in way over their heads during the Iraq War.

Blu-ray Review: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years

Yes, it's an officially-sanctioned documentary about The Beatles. Yes, it's marred by some revisionism (literally - black-and-white archival footage has been colorized). Yes, the deluxe two-disc package is worthwhile for excellent bonus interviews.

Book Review: The Rolling Stones: All the Songs - The Story Behind Every Track

An ambitious new book surveys the Rolling Stones' recording career.

Music Blu-ray Review: The Rolling Stones - Havana Moon

The Stones rock Cuba in front of an audience of hundreds of thousands. The band seems supercharged by the historic occasion.

Album Review: Bob Dylan - The 1966 Live Recordings

Bob Dylan's mammoth new box set arguably contains more music than anyone really needs, but the performances are fantastic and the price is right.

Blu-ray Review: Star Trek: The Animated Series - The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek

The Blu-ray upgrade of the '73-74 series includes a set of 22 collectible postcards, one for each episode of the short-lived series.

Blu-ray Review: Finding Dory

What's not to love? Great audio/visual presentation, great special features. And the movie's not bad either.

Blu-ray Review: The T.A.M.I. Show/The Big T.N.T. Show

Two seminal rock concert films arrive on Blu-ray.

Blu-ray Review: Eye of the Needle - Twilight Time Limited Edition

It's a spy thriller, it's a romance - it's an interesting relic from the early '80s starring Donald Sutherland.

Album Review: Tim Buckley - Wings: The Complete Singles 1966-1974

This singles collection offers a fine introduction to the great Tim Buckley, but you really ought to hear his entire catalog

Blu-ray Review: Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders

This retro-animated feature reunites Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar from the '60s 'Batman' TV series.

Book and Album Review: Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run and Chapter & Verse

Bruce Springsteen's autobiography is intimate and powerful. So is the music on the companion CD, but its release seems less necessary.

Bentley's Bandstand: November 2016

Music industry veteran Bill Bentley reviews new releases by Julie Rhodes, Dale Watson, The Lemon Twigs, Dawes, and more - including a new book that explores the 'Anatomy of a Song.'

Disney's The BFG - On Digital HD, Blu-ray and Disney Movies Anywhere
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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