DVD NEW RELEASES – DECEMBER 18, 2007
Following the release of Digital Video Essentials on HD DVD/DVD Combo disc earlier this year, a new HD DVD only release of the Digital Video Essentials: HD Basics will street on March 25, 2008.
DVD NEW RELEASES December 11, 2007
One of the most talked-about and controversial indie films of the last few years has found a home on DVD from Anchor Bay Home Entertainment. Jack Ketchum’s THE GIRL NEXT DOOR is based on the book of the same name by Ketchum, who fictionalized one of the most heinous crimes in American history – one you’ve probably never even heard of…
Late this week Sony Home Entertainment’s SVP of Advanced Technology confirmed the Playstation 3 will receive an upgrade for Blu-ray later this month.A new firmware update will make Sony’s most popular Blu-ray player (or worst game console – not really sure – seems neither are they) profile 1.1 compliant. This update will allow the PS3 to play the new Blu-ray discs with the ...[Read More]
DEC. 5, 2007 — Warner Home Video’s hit film 300 dominated the first-ever High-Def Disc Awards, taking High-Def Title of the Year and Best Bonus Feature honors.The High-Def Disc Awards dinner was part of High-Def 2.0, a one-day conference held Dec. 4 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, Calif. High-Def 2.0 was presented by Home Media Magazine in cooperation with The Holly...[Read More]
DVD NEW RELEASES DECEMBER 4, 2007ENGAGE!
The biggest news in Indie horror this year is the introduction of the new BURNING PARADISE ENTERTAINMENT home video label, brought to you by the awesome power of one Kurly Tlapoyawa – actor, writer, director, video God and all-around Mexikan superhero badass! The first film for the new indie label??? My favorite flick of the year GIMME SKELTER!So forget the slipper socks you were ordering fo...[Read More]
Warner Home Video has announced the new direct-to-video animated movie, Justice League: The New Frontier, will be released February 26 on HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc, day-and-date with the standard DVD debut. This marks the first high definition DC Comics release from Warner Premiere.