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New Blu-ray/Ultra HD reviews, plus Pan’s Labyrinth 4K official & Arrow’s new RoboCop: Limited Edition BD
We’ve got more new disc reviews for you today, including...
My thoughts on Marvel’s new Thor and Thor: The Dark World on 4K Ultra HD.
My thoughts on the Disney Movie Club’s exclusive new Blu-ray release of The Black Hole (1979).
Tim’s take on Second Sight Film’s new all-region Blu-ray release of Disney’s Flight of the Navigator (1986).
And Dennis’ thoughts on Universal’s new Blu-ray release of Tate Taylor’s Ma.
Don’t forget that Tim also posted his thoughts on Warner’s Scooby-Doo: Where Are You? – The Complete Series Blu-ray box set on Monday as well. More reviews are in the works. [Read on here...]
- The 4K Ultra HD Release List
- Bill Hunt
- The Digital Bits
- My Two Cents
- Thor 4K review
- Thor: The Dark World 4K review
- The Black Hole BD review
- Disney Movie Club
- Flight of the Navigator: Limited Edition BD review
- Tim Salmons
- Ma BD review
- Dennis Seuling
- ScoobyDoo Where Are You: The Complete Series BD review
- Pan's Labyrinth 4K
- Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy 4K
- Hot Fuzz 4K
- Shaun of the Dead 4K
- The World's End 4K
- Edgar Wright
- Guillermo del Toro
- RoboCop: Limited Edition
- Arrow Video
Scooby-Doo: Where Are You? & more new Blu-ray reviews
We certainly hope you’re all enjoying the long Labor Day weekend here in the States. And Happy Monday for the rest of you!
Given the holiday, we’re taking a much needed break today. But we do have a couple of new Blu-ray reviews for you to enjoy...
Tim has just turned in his in-depth thoughts on the long-awaited Scooby-Doo: Where Are You? Complete Series Blu-ray set from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The package streets tomorrow, and it sounds like it’s pretty good. You can read that review here.
Also, Tim has posted his thoughts on Gary Sherman’s Vice Squad (1982) from Scream Factory, as well as the Akio Jissôji: The Buddhist Trilogy box set from Arrow Academy, both on Blu-ray.
And Dennis rounds things out with his thoughts on A Dog’s Journey on Blu-ray from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
So enjoy those and we’ll be back tomorrow with our regular news update and more. Stay tuned!
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