Tag: blu-ray

  • Legit: Season 1 Blu-Ray Review

    Legit: Season 1 Blu-Ray Review

    I feel like the name Jim Jefferies sounds familiar to me, but I’m not sure how. It could have just been some random videos on YouTube or maybe a promo for something on Comedy Central, but however I know the name “Legit” is not what I was expecting. As I said, Jim Jefferies isn’t a…

  • Runner, Runner Blu-Ray Giveaway

    Runner, Runner Blu-Ray Giveaway

    Runner, Runner hit blu-ray this week and we have 2 copies of the blu-ray combo pack to give away to two lucky winners. Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck star in this high-stakes crime thriller where the lure of easy money is the riskiest bet of all. When Princeton grad student Richie Furst (Timberlake) believes he’s…

  • Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United Blu-Ray Review

    Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United Blu-Ray Review

    HULK SMASH! Have you ever wondered how it would be like to team up a couple of The Avengers and have them fight side by side? Well you are in luck. Marvels’ Ironman & Hulk: Heroes United delivers with the two Avengers teaming up for the first time ever on this action packed blu-ray/dvd combo…

  • “The Internship” Blu-Ray Review

    “The Internship” Blu-Ray Review

    Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are back together for the first time since Wedding Crashers… maybe. I don’t really keep up on these guys’ careers, but that’s the last thing I remember them being in together… that I saw. It’s not that I don’t like the two of them, it’s just that I wouldn’t miss…

  • Vikings Season 1 Blu-Ray Review

    Vikings Season 1 Blu-Ray Review

    I wasn’t sure what to expect going into season 1 of Vikings. I had just finished catching up on Game of Thrones so I wasn’t sure I’d enjoy another period piece with a similar feel. I honestly didn’t know if Vikings would be too similar in tone to Game of Thrones, so I tread lightly.…

  • American Horror Story Asylum Blu-Ray Review

    American Horror Story Asylum Blu-Ray Review

    American Horror Story is not your typical television show, and I don’t just mean that by way of it’s content. American Horror Story reboots the series with each season, meaning that the story lines in a specific season come to a full on conclusion at the end of that season. None of the characters or…