"2 Guns," the thriller that brought together two modern kings of the genre, Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington, is now on Blu-ray and DVD.
To celebrate the release, MTV Movies Blog has an exclusive look at a deleted scene from the film. You can watch the clip above, and see what director Baltasar Kormákur had to say about the sequence and why it didn't make the final cut.
Check it out after the jump!
What is it that makes James Wan's recent string of horror hits, including both "Insidious" movie and "The Conjuring" (which hits Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow), so scary?
In this exclusive featurette from the home video release, Wan explains that it's his emphasis on a solid sound design that makes his horror movies work like they did in the good old days.
And he's right. Just take a look at the first trailer for "The Conjuring," and it's clear that this guy has a grasp on what makes something simple, yet scary. We're still terrified any time someone claps around us.
Things have been hard since we saw "The Conjuring."
"The Conjuring" hits Blu-ray and DVD on October 22.
You're still reeling from the finale of this week's "Breaking Bad." If you didn't watch it because of a job, homework, or a significant other, forget about all of that. Watch it now. It's easy to ask for forgiveness than permission.
Now that you've gotten that out of the way (and congratulations on being newly single and jobless!), there's some even more good news.
The complete series Blu-ray set for "Breaking Bad" debuted last night on "Talking Bad," and suffice it to say that the thing is a must-own for any hardcore fan. It comes in a black money barrel for Flynn's sake!
Learn more details after the jump!
The summer movies that usually grab people's attentions are the ones with monsters, robots, and monsters fighting robots. Those films go onto make hundreds of millions of dollars, but one small movie this summer made big waves by doing considerably less business.
"Mud," the third film from "Take Shelter" writer-director Jeff Nichols, made a little over $21 million this summer with a strategic release schedule and became the highest grossing independent movie of the year so far.
The film, which stars Matthew McConaughey, just hit Blu-ray and DVD today (You can watch an exclusive from the disc above!), so we got on the phone with Nichols to talk about how the release went and what's up next for him.
As was the tradition with his "Lord of the Rings" movies, Peter Jackson will release an extended version of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" on November 5, right before the next movie, "The Desolation of Smaug," opens in theaters, and the first clip from that cut is already available!
For those who may not have been keeping track at home, this is actually the second time "The Hobbit" has been extended, since the prequel saga was originally planned as two movies. This might explain why the extended edition only add 12 minutes, whereas the longer cut of "The Fellowship of the Ring" added a half-hour.
Click past the jump to learn more about the extended edition of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey."
Your Blu-ray wish list has just been spoken for.
That's because Warner Bros. has officially announced the collector's set that fans have been eager to get their hands on since early details leaked last week. "The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector's Edition" will span six discs and cover every angle of Christopher Nolan's superhero saga with a few very exciting additions.
Click past the jump for the full break down of the collector's set!
If "A Good Day to Die Hard" is about something other than explosions, it's about family... and John McClane being pissed off at his smart-ass kid.
In this exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette from the set of the fifth "Die Hard" movie, Willis and his new on-screen son Jai Courtney talk about what makes the father-son dynamic work, and we get to see some insane stunts in the process.
"A Good Day To Die Hard" hits Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, June 4.
"The Last Stand," Arnold Schwarzenegger's return to his role as a leading man action star, hits Blu-ray and DVD today, so we're bringing you this exclusive look at a featurette from the disc. If you've ever seen how Schwarzenegger talks about his movies, especially the "Total Recall" audio commentary, you know how fun it can be.
Also, to celebrate the release, we spoke with Schwarzenegger's co-star Jaimie Alexander, who explained what it was like to watch herself in an action movie alongside the legend.
Check out our interview with Jaimie Alexander after the jump!
Picking a project for Holllywood actors can come down to a single aspect, whether it's an acclaimed director or the location of the shoot. For Jeremy Renner and "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters," all he needed was simple piece of concept art.
As Renner explains in this exclusive from the Blu-ray and DVD release of "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters," the one-sheet image of his character and his on-screen sister convinced him that the movie was worth doing before he even saw a script.
"The initial attraction to do the movie came from a little one sheet that I got before I even got the script, and it was something that they ended up shooting in the movie. It was Hansel and Gretel walking away," Renner says. "There's a fire going and a witch burning in the background. He has a shotgun, and she has this crossbow. That's interesting to me. I don't know why, but it was."
The unrated version of "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" hits Blu-ray and DVD on June 11. It is available for digital download now.
"Warm Bodies" might be zombie movie, but it's also a romance. And you can't have a zombie romance without having some self-aware humor in the thing. That would be too ridiculous, otherwise.
That being the case, it should come as no surprise to find a guy like Rob Corddry showing in "Warm Bodies" as one of the zombies that give the movie a fun sense of humor.
In this exclusive extra from the Blu-ray, we see Corddry and leading man Nicholas Hoult interacting as the walking dead, and thanks to some improvising, they're also the laughing dead.
"Warm Bodies" is available for digital download today and will hit Blu-ray and DVD on June 4.