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Steven Wilson Hand. Cannot. Erase. Blu-ray Review Steve Wilson's Hand Cannot Erase is a progressive rock concept album written from the perspective of a woman who lives in a large city. The Blu-ray multi-channel 5.1 DTS-HD audio mix is stellar.
Gravity in Dolby Atmos Movie Review with Video Discussion Movie Review: Gravity in 3D with Dolby Atmos was quite an enthralling experience in sight and sound. Great movie and a must see in a Dolby Atmos theater. Video discussion added.
Season of the Witch Blu-ray Disc Review From a distance, the trailers and marketing materials announcing Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch indeed looked promising and perhaps beyond mildly entertaining - but things just seemed out of place
Mission Impossible IV: Ghost Protocol Blu-ray Review This is a review of the Mission Impossible IV: Ghost Protocol Blu-ray disc which goes into details of the plot and audio/video quality.
The Town Blu-ray Review This Blu-ray review discusses plot, audio and video quality and extras of the Ben Affleck movie "The Town". If you like good Boston Thriller, check it out.
The Pacific Blu-ray Review HBO Films and the makers of Band of Brothers have saved their best effort for the war in The Pacific. Their ten-part presentation, made with an estimated $150 million budget and has won 8 Emmy Awards.
Iron Man 2 Blu-ray Review Comic fans rejoice as Iron Man 2 delivers in both plot and the A/V experience. The DTS HD 5.1 track is among the best we've heard from a Blu-ray disc, especially in the LFE department. Buy this one!
Inglourious Basterds Blu-ray Review Inglorious Basterds is entertaining in select areas and moments, but it just didn't deliver the tactile punch I was expecting. This is a rental at best, but not something to add to your collection.
Cop Out Blu-ray Review Cop Out on Blu-ray was a rather bizarre movie that lacked direction and purpose. The characters didn't gel well most of the time but its a rental if you have nothing else to chose from.
Clash of the Titans Blu-ray Review This Clash of the Titans remake on Blu-ray delivers excellent sound and video and is entertaining but perhaps better as a rental than a purchase.