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Read Our Review of 13 Hours on 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray

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Michael Bay’s 13 Hours (also known as 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi) was released to Blu-ray and DVD back in 2016. But three years later Paramount...

Read our Review of ‘Overlord’ on 4k Blu-ray

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With an estimated $28 billion budget Overlord isn’t exactly a B movie, but a rather expensive film under the supervision of J. J. Abrams that aspires to...

A Review of ‘Mission: Impossible Fallout’ on 4k Blu-ray

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Some have called Mission: Impossible Fallout the best MI film to date, and it very well might be. ’Fallout’ has all the ingredients of what made...

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Review – Buy the 4k Blu-ray?

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Solo: A Star Wars Story got hit with some pretty harsh reviews from critics and fans alike. But is it that bad of a film?...

Review of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ on 4k Blu-ray

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We pre-ordered Avengers: Infinity War from Best Buy to get the exclusive 4k Blu-ray SteelBook edition with custom artwork that just looked too...

‘Ready Player One’ on 4k Blu-ray, Is It Worth the Extra...

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Are you still up in the air about whether to buy the more expensive 4k Blu-ray edition of Ready Player One? Maybe we...

Blu-ray Review: Super 8

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The powerful presence of Spielberg hangs over every frame of "Super 8." J.J. Abrams makes the film an outright, full-blown homage to The Beard's career, leaving Super 8 standing as only a shrine to Spielberg’s talents rather than Abrams’ own.

Blu-ray Picks of the Week for June 7th

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This Tuesday offers a huge amount of Blu-ray releases... but it’s a mixed bag to be sure. What should you consider for your HD library and viewing pleasure? Here’s what we recommend for this Tuesday, June 7th:

Blu-ray Picks of the Week for May 31st

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This week the word on the street is giving high recommendations to the following Blu-ray releases:

Blu-ray Picks of The Week for June 22nd

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We're focusing on Green Zone this week here at HD Report, but there are of course other releases for June 22nd. Suffice to say, you can never go wrong with Criterion, though sometimes other distributors give their releases just as much love...