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Industry ViewsThe Best of 2012

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A look back at the year's DVD and Blu-ray highlights...

A look back at the year's DVD and Blu-ray highlights...


DVD and Blu-Ray Reviews

Grey's Anatomy - The Complete Ninth Season: DVD Review

Grey's Anatomy - The Complete Ninth Season: DVD Review

We are in serious shark-jumping territory here, people....

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The Sword in the Stone - 50th Anniversary Edition: BD Review

The Sword in the Stone - 50th Anniversary Edition: BD Review

It's nice to have The Sword in the Stone finally on Blu-ray, but is this the high-def edition fans have been waiting for...?

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Combat Girls: DVD Review

Combat Girls: DVD Review

This neo-Nazi melodrama is intense and moody, but it never quite gets around to making much of a point....

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On the Road: BD Review

On the Road: BD Review

The Kerouac classic finally hits the silver screen, but not even a star-studded cast can keep this one from running out of gas....

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Babette's Feast: BD Review

Babette's Feast: BD Review

It may not be a masterpiece, but you'll probably want a seat at the table for this one anyway....

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The Gatekeepers: BD Review

The Gatekeepers: BD Review

This Oscar-nominated documentary about religion and war in the Middle East is intense and complex...

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Boy: BD Review

Boy: BD Review

This 2010 Sundance favorite is goofy, adventurous, and often quite funny....

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The Devil's Backbone: BD Review

The Devil's Backbone: BD Review

Guillermo del Toro's ambitious 2001 gothic horror drama gets a massively impressive high-def release on Criterion Blu-ray....

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Unforgettable - The First Season: DVD Review

Unforgettable - The First Season: DVD Review

This new 'detective with a photographic memory' series is nothing new, but if you're a sucker for TV crime dramas, if you start this box set, you'll finish it....

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To the Wonder: BD Review

To the Wonder: BD Review

Terrence Malick's latest is gorgeous, dumbfounding, insightful, and defiantly challenging - you'll either love it immediately or turn it off in a huff...

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