Punk rock is more f-ed up than you think.
Just in time for Old Indiana Jones' long-awaited return, this final Paramount megaset is another treasure trove for history buffs, taking our impressionable hero around the world and back to Hollywood.
New bonus features help to spruce up the beloved adventure saga, reissued on DVD just in time for this summer's big-screen sequel.
Like the movie itself, Criterion's four-disc special edition DVD is lavish, yet bittersweet.
The tragic tale of heroes and monsters, through the eyes of digital movie maestro Robert Zemeckis, makes for what could be the last great HD DVD.
'The Matrix' is upon us in High Definition with the 'Ultimate Edition' - a 5-disc set (3 double-side HD-DVDs and 2 double-sided Standard DVDs), packed with extras, and sure to please die-hard fans of the films.
A penguin story brings home an Oscar for the second year in a row, this time in the animated film category. Is the DVD award-worthy as well?
While perhaps not the best disaster movie ever made (not even close), the HD-DVD version of 'Poseidon' does exploit the format's full potential with In-Movie Experience and excellent visuals and sonics.
In addition to the performance itself, the DVD includes insightful commentary that delves into the social and political developments around Copland's capturing of that special American sound.
On the eve of the Oscars, guest reviewer John Sunier, from Audiophile Audition shares his thoughts on the DVD release of 'Babel.'