Home HD Reviews
If you missed Up in theaters (it played in 3D and 2D) there’s no better way to see Up than on Blu-ray disc. Though the DVD looks and sounds as good as it can, upscaling nicely via a standard player, it cannot compare to the astounding image and audio quality of the Blu-ray version.
If you happen to be on the fence about purchasing the Blu-ray due to the potential for a double-dip, you’d be missing out on a great addition to your high-def library; however, it would certainly be understandable as the features for The Dark Knight leave quite a bit to be desired for such a landmark film. That said, the video and audio on the Blu-ray disc more than make up for the lack of features and make The Dark Knight, already a great film in whatever format you happen to view it, a great way to show off your hi-def system.
TNT will broadcast the third movie in the Lord of the Rings trilogy in HD today with limited commercials. Lord of the Rings: Return...
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4k TV Deals
Disney's live action remake Mulan (2020) is finally available to purchase directly from Amazon on Blu-ray, 4k Blu-ray and DVD. The film was previously...
The Hobbit: Motion Picture Trilogy on 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray has dropped $10 on Amazon to $79.96 (List: $89.99). The 6-disc edition includes the Extended...