Welcome to The Dark Knight DVD week at Rotten Tomatoes! Warner Bros.' dark, masterful sequel arrives on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday as one of the most anticipated home video releases of the year. Also see what else is new to DVD: The Wire The Complete Series, Deadwood The Complete Series, Horton Hears a Who, Man on Wire, and more!
More of this summer's films come to DVD this week, led by the extras-packed fantasy The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. If bullet-bending is more your style, you'll want to pick up Timur Bekmambetov's super-charged actioner, Wanted; for raunchy, man-child laughs check out Will Ferrell's Step Brothers. And if your leanings are a tad more sophisticated, see the latest from the revamped Criterion Collection and a special set from the greatest cinematic romance of all time: Casablanca.
The holidays are upon us, which makes it a perfect week to snuggle up with the superhero (Hancock), the spirited (Fred Claus), or the stealthy (Keifer Sutherland as Jack Bauer in 24: Redemption), plus any number of alternatives new to DVD (Meet Dave, Space Chimps, Criterion's Bottle Rocket).
The summer's biggest oohs and ahhs (and guffaws) hit DVD this week, as Wall-E and Tropic Thunder hit shelves with tons of bonus content for fans. Cineastes will be rewarded by the latest from Harmony Korine (Mister Lonely) and David Lynch (the multi-film Lime Green set), while early gift hunters should check out a 300 Limited Collector's Edition and Columbia's massive Best Pictures set.
Christmas has come early for home video enthusiasts, as a ton of great new (and familiar) titles hit DVD and Blu-ray. Start your holiday shopping this week (and buy a few DVDs for yourself) with great new sets courtesy of Hellboy II and The Sopranos, or venture into Blu-ray territory with must-have TV on DVD titles like Band of Brothers and Firefly!
This week, pick up Steve Carell's sweetly bumbling spy antics (Get Smart), the promising new Futurama movie (Bender's Game), a few early holiday treats (Shrek the Halls, A Christmas Story Collector's Edition) and more, plus learn about the future of digital movie rentals and another controversial election-timed DVD coming in the mail.
For the week leading up to All Hallow's Eve, there's a surprising dearth of new horror releases hitting DVD. Rest assured, though, titillation and scares can be found in a trio of horror comedies (Zombie Strippers, Poultrygeist, and the reissued slasher classic, Pieces). For tamer fare, check out Kit Kittredge, Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D, and Disney's CGI Tinker Bell.
This week, Hulk smaaaaaaaaashes onto DVD and Blu-ray with hours of bonus content and that buzzed-about cameo by Captain America. It's also a bountiful week for James Bond fans, as Casino Royale and a six pack of classic Bond flicks make their way to Blu-ray. Read on for more of this week's hottest DVD news and releases!
The time has come to take Indiana Jones home, as Paramount's long-awaited sequel comes to DVD and Blu-ray this week. (For a sneak peek, we've got exclusive Kingdom of the Crystal Skull concept art for you!) We've also got a smidgen of Bond DVD news, a score of Tomatometer-approved new releases (Mongol, Stuck, Standard Operating Procedure), and some spooky suggested viewing for your Halloween movie marathons!
Juicy Watchmen DVD news leads off this week's RT on DVD, as Zack Snyder reveals the future of Watchmen and its spinoff DVD, The Black Freighter. Among this week's new releases, we've got a lot to recommend (Sleeping Beauty's 50 Anniversary, Touch of Evil remastered), a few we don't recommend (You Don't Mess With the Zohan, The Happening), and a couple of new titles for those of you with more esoteric tastes (let's just say, Steven Seagal has returned to duty).
News of The Dark Knight's December release leads a huge week for DVD lovers, and it's only getting bigger! First, check out our exclusive extended Dubai deleted scene from Iron Man, in which Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) parties it up in the Middle East with Ghostface Killah and a bevy of bikini-clad ladies. Then, watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes video diary from the set of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, in which the ever-cheeky (and topless) Russell Brand profiles his co-stars in the hotel lobby scene, and engages in some racy chat with Kristen Bell. And did we mention all the best (and strangest) new releases of the week?
This week, get fabulous with Carrie and Co. (Sex and the City: The Movie), dance along with Zac Efron (High School Musical 2: Deluxe Dance Edition), and savor the cinematic cannoli with Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration)...but also mark your calendars with news of a Kung Fu Panda double shot, a Stephen Colbert Christmas, and more!
Get the pop rocks and Coke ready -- Speed Racer is out this week! We'll tell you what new releases to skip over, when Death Proof and Planet Terror are headed to Blu-ray, and what new retro flicks you should catch on DVD this week. (Diane Lane as a punk rocker? A must-see.) Plus, read about the free DVD some critics are calling propaganda...
Everything old is new again, especially when they're remastered and given shiny new packaging. Check out The Big Lebowski (in a bowling ball case!), Child's Play, and a high definition Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2 on DVD this week!
Get ready, boys and girls; we're gonna try something new this week at RT on DVD. We've sifted through all the breaking news, announcements, and new releases of the DVD world to bring you the most absolutely awesome and notable bits of the week. You'll laugh, you'll cry (from laughing), you'll add tons of new items to your Netflix queue...
It's a good week to catch up on your favorite shows before the new TV season begins (Heroes Season Two) and a good week to satisfy your curiosity for a certain guilty pleasure (Uwe Boll's Postal). Read on for exclusive clips from Heroes Season Two and Postal, and find out what new releases you should be looking for this week on DVD, including Redbelt, What Happens in Vegas, Son of Rambow, and more!
It's a monster week for DVD lovers, as we'll see tons of new movies, television shows, and direct-to-video flicks hit shelves. Read on for the week's highs (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Gossip Girl Season One) and lows (poker drama Deal, a new Crispin Glover creep-out) and check out great exclusive videos from Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and The Scorpion King 2!
This week we bring you an exclusive look from the DVD release of Smart People, starring Dennis Quaid and Ellen Page as a father and daughter whose intellect outweighs their social graces; imagine a higher-strung Juno obsessed with high test scores instead of hamburger phones. Also check out what's new on DVD: Stephen Chow's CJ7, new seasons of South Park, The Wire, and Prison Break, and the ickiest father-daughter romance of the week, starring David Duchovny and Juno sidekick Olivia Thirlby.
Sparred by the triumphant onscreen return of a certain Johnny Rico, we turn our DVD-minded focus to a few stars of yesterday popping up in new DVD releases this week: Casper van Dien, Christopher Lambert, and Heather Graham. Also, check out this week's geek-tastic new releases: a Starship Troopers box set, Code Monkeys, and Captain James Tiberius Kirk's restored adventures aboard the Starship Enterprise.
This week we're going in-depth with a look at this week's highly anticipated cult television series, Spaced. If you like Brit comedies Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, then you'll love the show that started it all for comic wonder boys Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright.