Warner launched the DVD2Blu program a few months back, and while it seemed like a great idea, the pricing just wasn't there. Under the original rules, you could exchange your DVDs for Blu-rays at the cost of $7.95 per disc, with a $4.95 shipping fee per order.
It's a music heavy week for Blu-ray. Admittedly, there's not much music I'd consider good, but there sure is a lot of it. Chickenfoot, Celine Dion, Michael Bolton and Barbra Streisand all have Blu-rays coming out. Luckily, they're not the only ones.
The last week of April is a great week for catalog titles. The 'Elizabeth' films finally make it to Blu-ray, as do 'Tombstone,' 'Armageddon,' and the David Lynch version of 'Dune.' Read on to find out all of this week's Blu-ray releases.
If you've been following the video rental wars, you're no stranger to the 28 day window. It's the new standard wait time being implemented for Netflix and Redbox by companies looking to capitalize on sales. Long time holdout 20th Century Fox has finally come to an agreement with Redbox that puts that same 28 day window into place.
When I got my dad a Blu-ray player, there was one thing he wanted to watch above all else. "Oh, let's go get Star Wars," he said. And who could blame him? It makes perfect sense. Finally getting to see 'Star Wars' in high definition would be a treat. But until recently, there's been no indication of the holy trilogy getting the Blu-ray treatment.