Sure, you love renting movies, but you haven’t been buying too many of them lately. The DVD business is dying, and not even Blu-ray may be able to save it. But the major studios, along with Walmart (the top retailer of DVDs), think they’ve figured out a way to get you buying movies again. It’s called “disc-to-digital,” and it involves charging you a couple extra bucks to turn DVDs you… Continue reading Coverting DVDs To Digital: Will You Pay Extra To Make Your Collection Streaming?
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EW caught up with Dancing With the Stars pro Louis Van Amstel, who’s on tour to promote his lifestyle brand (and just-released 5-disc workout DVD set) called LaBlast Fitness. Louis (pictured with Kelly Osbourne during season 9) didn’t compete on ABC’s dance hit last fall, but don’t worry — he’s on contract for five more years. “I’m liking… Continue reading Louis Van Amstel talks about his ‘Dancing With the Stars’ future and new line of workout DVDs
Welcome to Criterion Corner, where the movies love you back. A column dedicated to the wide and wonderful world of the Criterion Collection, Criterion Corner runs twice a month, one installment featuring reviews of Criterion’s new releases, and the other an essay pertaining to Criterion culture. Follow @CriterionCorner and the Criterion Corner Tumblr for daily updates!
Criterion often seems to operate inside of an Oz-like bubble of cinematic glory… Continue reading Criterion Corner: Criterion's Amazing November DVDs & Blu-Rays Deliver Masterpieces Home For The Holidays
127 Hours – Blu-Ray Disc, $ 10.99
American Gangster – Blu-Ray Disc, $ 7.99
Blu-ray Combo Pack Movies (Fast Five, Green Lantern, X-Men: First Class), $ 9.99
BRUNO – DVD, $ .99
Charlie Wilson’s War – DVD, $ .99
Despicable Me – Blu-Ray Disc, $ 10.99
Dodgeball [Unrated] – Blu-Ray Disc, $ 4.99
Doom – Full Screen DVD, $ .99
Due Date – Blu-Ray Disc, $ 7.99
Fighter – Blu-Ray Disc, $ 10.99
Fletch – Widescreen DVD, $ .99
Considering how popular the animated shorts are that play before Pixar movies — combined with the fanboy excitement that builds for those post-credit sequences in all the Marvel films — it makes complete sense for Disney and Marvel to merge those ideas and begin shooting live-action short films to include with their upcoming Marvel slate. Where, exactly, we’ll see these short films is still up in… Continue reading Marvel Creating Short Films for 'Captain America' and 'Thor' DVDs?