If the recent "Cosmopolis" trailer showed us anything, it's that legendary director David Cronenberg is definitely not afraid to go there.
His latest movie, "A Dangerous Method," hits Blu-ray and DVD on March 27, and even though it's about the early days of psychoanalytics, it's still one of the kinkiest movies to come out in recent years.
We have an exclusive featurette from the upcoming release. In the clip, the cast members Keira Knightley, Michael Fassbender, Vincent Cassel and Viggo Mortensen share their stories and experiences of working with Cronenberg.
The Fuzzy Pack is backy-back once again with today's home video release of "The Muppets." If you still haven't seen Kermit the Frog and company's glorious return via Jason Segel… well, what's wrong with you? It was and remains my favorite movie of 2011, and I'm not just saying that because I got to talk with Kermit and new guy Walter about "The Avengers" last week. (Though that was pretty sweet.)
Even if you have seen "The Muppets," the newly released Blu-ray is a must-buy for any and all fans. Keep reading for five reasons to own "Muppets" on Blu-ray.
Can the man ever really live up to the myth? In the case of the ultra-suave George Clooney, Matthew Lillard found himself devastatingly disappointed.
We have an exclusive featurette from the upcoming Blu-ray release of "The Descendants," the Academy Award winning film staring Clooney as a hapless father and soon-to-be widow.
In the behind-the-scenes interview with one of Clooney's co-stars, Lillard, the actor tells of how all of the accolades that preceded Clooney ultimately led to disappointment when he met the real deal. How could George Clooney ever measure up to the image of male perfection that people associate with actor, director, prankster and philanthropist "George Clooney"?
He might not be one of the titular legendary swordsmen, but d'Artagnan can certainly hold his own in this exclusive clip from the Blu-ray release of "The Three Musketeers."
The special edition disc hits stores on March 13th, but we have a clip from the film to get you in the mood for some swashbuckling.
In the clip, the young hero, Logan Lerman as d'Artagnan, fends off a host of bladed attackers as his companions, the Three Musketeers, look on and frankly, don't offer enough help. Not that he needs any. He kicks a great deal of ass all by himself.
Ben Affleck's sophomore directing effort, "The Town," is getting the collector's edition treatment for an upcoming Blu-ray re-release.
In addition to an extended cut of the film, the package will include a booklet with behind-the-scenes information and photos, prop replicas and an alternate ending.
In an interview for a production documentary, Affleck shares some of his experiences being actor and director on "The Town."
When it comes to "Game of Thrones" on Blu-ray, you lose or you buy: there is no middle ground.
Fans of Ice and Fire can get their hands on the HBO fantasy series' first season today (March 6), with a whole world of extra features and episode enhancements coming along for the fight. From audio commentaries with actors and writers to in-depth looks at the show's production, the "Game of Thrones" Blu-ray is an absolute can't miss for the Westeros faithful. Keep reading for five reasons to claim "Thrones" on Blu-ray today.
» First and foremost, let's get the coolest feature out of the way: The Complete Guide to Westeros. There are several resources both in print and online (such as Westeros.org and Tower of the Hand) that are more than equipped to give you loads and loads of background detail on all things "Thrones." Another amazing resources has arrived in the Complete Guide to Westeros, a visual encyclopedia that invites you to hear the tales of the Seven Kingdoms and their greatest houses. Learn about the history and lore of the First Men and the Andals, the destruction of ancient Valyria, and the entirety of Robert's Rebellion; all events that occur prior to "Thrones," but all events crucial to the story currently being told. It's fascinating stuff, less a history lesson and more like fantastic legends, not unlike the ancient tales Old Nan often reads to Bran.
Just as Harry Potter returned from the in-between at the end of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," the "Harry Potter" DVDs and Blu-Rays that we just lost
forever for a brief period of time will now be apparating back on to store shelves near you.
Okay, so that might have been a stretch for a metaphor, but the "Harry Potter" films are coming back to store shelves in a brand new collection. This bad boy is replete with the special features and memorabilia absent from last year's complete DVD/Blu-Ray collection, and comes tacked with a $500 price tag. Amazon posted the details about the "Harry Potter Wizards Collection" and even offered a $150 markdown, but didn't have any details about what the boxed set will officially include. Well, that's where I come in.
Since the collection still has a vague "2012" release date, it seems fair to take a crack at puzzling out what could possibly be included that makes the special edition home video release so expensive. Click on after the jump to see my memorabilia and featurette wish list.
It is neither luck nor royal favor that makes House Lannister prosperous. Just ask the unreasonably rich Tywin Lannister about the origins of his family—he'll be happy to tell you all about his roar.
Lannisters always pay their debts, of course, and so does the upcoming "Game of Thrones" season one Blu-ray set. In this exclusive featurette, you'll find one more reason to eagerly anticipate your return trip to Westeros with the upcoming home video release and subsequent season two premiere—namely, that this show plays host to so many fantastic families and charismatic characters, the Lannisters chief among them.
You can't expect a man who made a career out of uncomfortable interviews, like Sacha Baron Cohen has, to behave himself on the DVD special features, and he doesn't.
In this exclusive behind-the-scenes look from the upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release of "Hugo," Baron Cohen and his director, Martin Scorsese, discuss the work that went into creating the character of the Station Inspector for the Academy Award-nominated movie. If they're both to be believed, it wasn't a pleasant experience for anyone involved.
Watching Michael Shannon play a potentially disturbed man in "Take Shelter" was one of the most harrowing movie-going experiences in 2011. In the film, he plays Curtis, a man who has apocalyptic visions and is unsure whether to take them seriously or not. Just to be safe, he begins to expand his family's tornado shelter, in order to protect his family.
The film's most frightening scene comes near the end of the film at a community fish fry, when a friend confronts Curtis about his strange behavior. Shannon erupts in fury in an unforgettable scene, made all the more real because the extras in the shot didn't know what was going to happen.