Now where was I?
Sorry, I’ve not been here. I missed a bit – I’ll admit it and it for sure wasn’t to do with health or disinterest or a lack in passion. I just had to do stuff. But now I’m back.
But I come with good stories. Specifically regarding how movie awards season works. [Read on here...]
- Bluray Disc
- View from the Cheap Seats
- Bud Elder
- Twilight Time
- Warner Archive
- The Digital Bits
- Good Stories on Movie Awards Season The Oscars and More
- The Judge
- Academy Awards
- Gray Frederickson
- Golden Globes
- Screen Actors Guild Awards
- Robert Duvall
- Robert Downey Jr
- Shout! Factory
- Olive Films
- Screen Archives Entertainment
- Flicker Alley
We’re kicking off the day here at The Bits with a pair of new Blu-ray reviews from yours truly.
First up is a look at FUNimation’s brand new Cowboy Bebop: The Complete Series release – the standard edition on Blu-ray. If you’re a fan of the series, picking this one up is a no-brainer. Not only is it one of the best anime of all time, FUNimation’s new release features best-available A/V quality, nearly all the extras from the previous DVD editions, and some new bonus content too.
The second review is something pretty cool: A few of you may recall that, in my review of Warner’s Batman: The Complete Series – Limited Edition, I mentioned a great documentary on actor Adam West that’s as good or better than anything included in Warner’s BD box set. I’m happy to say that this documentary – James E. Tooley’s Starring Adam West – is finally available for purchase on its own on both Blu-ray and DVD (here at this website) and I’ve had the chance to review it here. If you’re a fan of classic TV Batman, it’s well worth a look. [Read on here…]
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Also today, our own Russell Hammond has updated the Release Dates & Artwork section with more new Blu-ray and DVD cover artwork, and Amazon.com pre-order links. As always, when you order anything from Amazon through our links you’re helping to support The Bits and we appreciate it.
Speaking of Amazon, their Cyber Monday Week Deal of the Day is HBO’s The Sopranos: The Complete Series on Blu-ray for 60% off, which translates to $110. No bad. Act quick if you want it. [Read on here…]