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Pop in that beautiful Blu-ray disc and prepare yourself for the amazing journey of advertising things you already own.

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You may not have heard of Ti West yet, but it’s become a safe bet that you soon will. West previously has two direct to video, low budget features to his name: The Roost and Trigger Man. If you are familiar with his previous work, it may be because of the slight buzz that came about with The Roost, an ultra-low budget flick that managed to get some fairly big web sites interested in it that got it some decent exposure. I fell for that buzz, watched it, and didn’t get why it was being pimped around.

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We’re taking a time out to highlight the efforts of Lionsgate releasing to bring lots of great genre flicks into the high definition world.

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After first seeing it at the San Diego Comic-Con, Robert Fure dances with Give ‘Em Hell Malone one more time on Blu-ray to see how the film holds up.

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Die hard fans of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings franchise could be the most punished DVD buyers in the history of film. And now it’s just going to get worse.

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Basically a new DVD/Blu-ray would be released for sale only both online and on the shelves at Target, Wal-Mart, etc. If you want to see it, you have to buy it… or wait the additional few weeks for the sale-only window to close so you can rent it from your DVD peddler of choice.

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The Coroner’s Report jumps back into the 31 Days of Horror game with a look at some direct to video Amusement.

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Take a journey through our Universe in glorious high definition and get your nerd on with this awesome History Channel series.

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Robert Fure takes a 1,000-volt shot to the heart for breakfast but still thinks Chev Chelios should have stayed dead.

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How do you organize your DVD collection?

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Getting the latest blockbuster on Blu-ray can be a great experience once you get things up and running. But the Blu-ray format can be a real pain in the ass sometimes. It’s supposed to be superior technology, but the platform has more bugs, problems and annoyances than DVD ever had.

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The Coroner investigates a report of a Haunting in Connecticut in the High-Def world of Blu-ray.

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The Cell 2 wants to get into your mind but should you let it into your Blu-ray player?

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Should special features once prevalent on DVD’s be relegated solely to Blu-ray releases going forward? If Warner Home Video has their way that just may be the case.

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Yesterday the folks from AMC revealed via Facebook the official details on the Mad Men season two DVD and Blu-ray releases, and I thought I would share them with you since we all know that everyone should be watching this show

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There was a time not too long ago when I was ranting and raving all over Twitter about an awesome Blu-ray collector’s set that had absolutely blown my mind. And today, of all days, that same Blu-ray set is now being sold at such an insanely low price that you would be a moron if you didn’t click over and buy it right now.

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It’s been a while, but Snow White is headed back for another high definition release and this one is set to eclipse the last by, well, Blu-ray proportions.

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Death Race on DVD and Blu-Ray

We had a chance to talk to the director and co-star of Death Race to give them a shot at selling us on more explosions.

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Since all of the cool kids are doing it I feel it necessary to blatantly plagiarize Pete at /Film’s hard work and copy the details of all the exclusives that can be found at various retail outlets.

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As a veteran of the retail sales industry I know just how ridiculous things can get on Black Friday. And in order to spread some of that insight around, I thought I would drop some retail knowledge on you.

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