Blu-ray Reviews

Baltimore, or the Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire

This is yet another exciting week for the Blu-ray lovers among us, and not just because we finally get The Dark Knight to watch on our HDTVs. We also get a great sci-fi classic and one of TV’s most beloved in glorious 1080p.



Another week gone by and another round of $35 DVD purchases await with the Blu-ray Report. Last week was a soft one, but the Blu-ray format comes roaring back this week with a few cool releases and some others with potential.



This week is a very drab one here in the world of Blu-ray. Therefore I have chosen to pass on reviewing BD releases and just rip on some of these movies. Should be fun…


WALL-E Blu-ray

This week’s Blu-ray Report takes us all over the world, from the deepest parts of the universe to the jungles of Vietnam. It is fantasy and fun, silliness and absurdity — it is Pixar’s WALL-E and the ridiculous ride that is Tropic Thunder.


Kung Fu Panda on Blu-ray

This weekend we have two special editions of the Blu-ray Patrol, one that features a Kung Fu-fighting Panda and another that features everyone’s favorite suave spy. We begin today with a look at Kung Fu Panda’s Blu-ray release…


Blu-ray Review: The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is one of those movies — the kind that you should probably be buying on Blu-ray either way. Though, it would certainly be the laziest review of my career if I were to just chalk this up to ‘see it because its in HD’, so I will attempt to break it down a bit.


Blu-ray: Indiana Jones 4

I did not count Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull among the BD releases that were sure to knock me off of my sofa. And it turns out, I was right and wrong, all at the same time.


Forgetting Sarah Marshall on Blu-ray

In the world of reviewing Blu-ray releases, I am a lover, not a fighter. And when it comes to Forgetting Sarah Marshall on Blu-ray, I’m loving it up big time.


Baby Mama on Blu-ray

When you dive head first into the world of Blu-ray, as I have, you come to realize very quickly that the extra dollar isn’t always worth it. And these two releases are here to prove that theory.


Robert Downey Jr in Iron Man

There is a reason why they are calling this release the Ultimate 2-Disc Edition — it is pretty ultimate, indeed. I would also go as far as to give it another description, because it is perhaps the most definitive Blu-ray release of 2008.



Coyote Ugly is one of those movies that stuffy, pretentious film critics jump on – they are never short on ways to knock down the often shallow, but still entertaining works of Jerry Bruckheimer. Personally, I have always been someone who would rather be entertained – and sexy women dancing on a bar with a cliché love story and some cheesy dialogue is certainly entertaining, to say the least.


One of the most disappointing Blu-ray releases since the inception of the format.

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