HD-DVD

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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FSR’s newest, shiniest new column is here to take on the topics of the world of HD home entertainment. The topic of our first installment: Is Transformers on Blu-ray an upgrade from the previously released HD-DVD version?

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Even though HD-DVD is dead, it appears that one title is still fighting the good fight…

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Ding dong, HD-DVD is dead. But who really lost? We think that maybe it’s the consumer…

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Is Toshiba finally ready to give up the ghost of HD-DVD past?

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Word on the street is that HD-DVD is going down. Blu-ray just got some big help from some big names in DVD retailing.

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We’ve all seen the news that WB has gone Blu-ray exclusive. But is it going to be the death of HD-DVD?

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By the end of May, Warner Bros. Entertainment will no longer distribute movies in the HD-DVD format, but will instead back Sony’s Blu-ray.

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Compared with its standard DVD counterpart, the HD version is a must have. It does not include a cornucopia of special features, but what it does have is plenty interesting enough.

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The Enterprise and its crew finally make their way onto your fancy HDTV…

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Ron Burgundy takes over the world… In High Definition.

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We cover a lot of HD-DVD releases here on FSR, so what do we do with all the Blu-Ray titles that come our way? We give them away to you…

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Is it a foul offensive movie? No. Is it a good movie? Not really. Is it funny? Absolutely.

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Evan Almighty is a change in tone for the series. Bruce was a romantic comedy. Evan is a children’s movie, which may explain why the writers felt they could get away with such a dumb script.

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The blockbuster hit from DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures, Transformers, is the year’s top-selling week one DVD with North American sales reaching 8.3 million units since the title’s debut on October 16, it was announced today by Paramount Home Entertainment.

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I recently had the opportunity to sit down and be guided through the hottest DVD of the summer, that is, of course, the HD-DVD Transformers. If you missed this $650 million dollar roller coaster, hello and welcome back from your coma. The team behind this DVD are calling it the “signature DVD of the year” and let me tell you something. I agree.

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If you are still wondering why you should be excited about today, you need to get a clue. Today is the day that Transformers, the biggest movie of the summer that wasn’t another crappy sequel, drops on DVD, and HD-DVD, and Special Edition DVD and various other versions.

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