DVD and Blu-ray
David Cronenberg's 'Naked Lunch' -- the film 'The Simpsons' mocked when Bart and his friends snuck into it and Nelson Muntz came out saying "I can think of at least two things wrong with that title" -- is getting the Criterion Collection Blu-ray treatment this April, alongside cult classic 'Repo Man' and more.
While NBC is preparing for the February 5 premiere of 'Smash' season 2, which, by the way, you can watch early online, season 1 of the Broadway-singing series hit DVD and Blu-ray on Jan. 8. To get you into the musical spirit, we're giving away five DVD copies of the first season! Click ahead to find out how to enter the contest.
Just when you thought the 'Twilight Saga' was over and done, Lionsgate has just announced the debut of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1' extended edition on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download! That means you can now watch some of the footage that didn't make it into the movie. Oh joy!
The Criterion Collection is one of the great home video companies, with their numbered collection of some of the finest films and cult favorites presented in restored transfers and with thoughtful extras. Now they're teasing their upcoming releases in their annual drawing of upcoming titles.
What better way to ring in the new year than with some new DVDs and Blu-rays? Check out our breakdown of what's coming to DVD and Blu-ray in January and get your wallets ready.
The Criterion Collection is ending the year with one of the best months of new announcements in quite some time. For March, we're getting two Blu-ray upgrades, and four new releases of titles by Terrence Malick, Fritz Lang, Charlie Chaplin and Robert Bresson. If you love movies, there's going to be a couple here to excite you.
New DVD releases, Blu-ray and streaming this week: goofy glee club action in 'Pitch Perfect,' kid-friendly fun in 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days,' Colin Farrell in the 'Total Recall' remake and more zombie-killing in 'Resident Evil: Retribution.'
New on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming this week: 'Bourne' is back, 'Ice Age: Continental Drift' tries to keep a franchise warm, plus the raucous comedy of Seth MacFarlane's 'Ted' and Christopher Nolan's first film 'Following' gets the Criterion treatment.