Album Review: Otis Redding - Soul Manifesto (1964-1970)

A new 12-CD box documents the career of soul great Otis Redding.

Blu-ray Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - Extended Edition

This "extended" cut adds 20 minutes to the final Hobbit film, but the real reason to pick up this edition is for the ten hours of new special features.

Blu-ray Review: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Poised to possibly find new life on home video, Guy Ritchie's Cold War-era spy thriller looks and sounds fantastic on Blu-ray.

Album Review: Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez - Red Dog Tracks

A country folk classic from the great Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez has been remastered and reissued with bonus tracks.

Blu-ray Review: Eric Clapton - Slowhand at 70: Live at The Royal Albert Hall

A trip through the guitar great's career in celebration of his 70th birthday, this Blu-ray also contains the full concert on two CDs.

DVD Review: Lynyrd Skynyrd - Pronounced 'Lĕh-nérd 'Skin-nérd & Second Helping: Live from Jacksonville at the Florida Theatre

Rare deep tracks sit beside early classic as the band performs its first two albums in their entirety.

Interview: Executive Producers Clifton Campbell and Jonathan Collier On Bringing Bones to Sleepy Hollow

UK fans of Sleepy Hollow will get to see the Bones crossover this Thursday on Universal Channel.

Album Reviews: The Velvet Underground - Loaded: Reloaded (45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) and The Complete Matrix Tapes

Two massive new box sets are overflowing with great music from one of America's most important rock bands.

DVD Review: We Are Your Friends

Zac Efron is an up-and-coming EDM DJ in this sluggish drama.

Blu-ray 3D Review: Inside Out (Ultimate Collector's Edition)

Most everyone seems to love Pixar's summer smash, but all we liked was the technical razzle-dazzle. The concept is ambitious, but ultimately ill conceived.

Video Game Review: Terraria for Steam on Windows 10

Low resolution graphics and constant danger makes this world-building game more edgy than Minecraft.

Album Review: Eric Bibb and JJ Milteau - Lead Belly's Gold

A new album puts a fresh spin on Lead Belly classics while retaining the power of the originals.

Blu-ray Review: Count Yorga, Vampire - Twilight Time Limited Edition

The 1970 cult favorite stars Robert Quarry as vampire Count Yorga. The limited edition Blu-ray includes new special features, including film historian audio commentary.

Blu-ray Review: Trainwreck

Athletes John Cena and LeBron James manage to steal the show from writer-star Amy Schumer in this ambitious, funny rom-com.

Gadget Review: Oyen Digital's MiniPro USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive for Nintendo's Wii U

Guaranteed compatibility makes this drive is an impressive option for avid gamers who want to add tons of storage space to a Wii U.

Album Review: Various Artists - Groove & Grind: Rare Soul '63-'73

A new release collects soul classics most fans have probably never heard of.

Bentley's Bandstand: November 2015

Music industry vet Bill Bentley has 11 reviews of new releases and reissues from artists like Peter Case, The Chapin Sisters, Jon Foose, Donnie Fritts, and more!

Video Game Review: Yoshi's Woolly World for the Nintendo Wii U

Nintendo's lovable little dinosaur makes a welcome return in this heartwarming yarn.

Music Review: The Beatles - 1+ - Deluxe 3-Disc Edition

Remixed audio, rare promo films, lossless 5.1 audio, 124-page book - all part of the tremendous new deluxe 1+ package.

LEGO Dimensions Adds Wave 2 Expansion Packs and Hire-a-Hero Option

Update adds new toy sets and the ability to 'borrow' Wave 1 characters.

Kickstarter Jazz Alert: The Chaz Lipp Groove Tripp Featuring Sanjaya Malakar
The album is recorded, but there's much work yet to be done. A TMR writer takes the crowdfunding route as a means to complete the music! Out Now on Blu-ray: The LEGO Movie: The Special Special Edition
The 2014 animated smash is back in a spiffy new two-disc edition loaded with new bonus features. Available exclusively at Target. On Blu-ray and DVD Nov. 17 - Digital HD on Oct. 27: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Guy Ritchie's comedic spy thriller, based on the hit '60s TV series, arrives on home video. On Blu-ray and DVD December 8 - Digital HD November 17: Marvel's Ant-Man
Marvel Studios other box office hit arrives on home video in time for the holiday season. Coming to Blu-ray and DVD: The Rolling Stones - From the Vault - Live at the Tokyo Dome
The historic first-ever stop in Japan for the Stones, this 1990 concert also features bassist Bill Wyman on his last tour with the band. New LEGO Marvel's Avengers Trailer Revealed at NYCC
The game will be released on all major platforms in January 2016. Now on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD: Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron
The worldwide box office blockbuster arrives on home video, check out some clips from the bonus featurettes. End of the Proverbial DVD Line: Mama's Family: Mama's Favorites - Season 6
Vicki Lawrence selected these six favorites from the final season of Mama's Family herself. Now on DVD: Bitten: The Complete Second Season
Catch up before Bitten returns for its third season (in 2016, you've got time!). This second season DVD set is loaded with bonus features. Now Available: Jeff Beck - Performing This Week... Live at Ronnie Scott's (Two-Disc Special Edition)
What was once a single-disc live album has been expanded to a two-disc live album. Now Available: Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama (Live at Rockpalast 1996)
The main concert on this two-disc set is from 1996, but the second disc includes three bonus live cuts recorded in 1974. Coming to Blu-ray and DVD November 3, 2015: Vacation - Digital HD on October 13
Special features on the Blu-ray Combo Pack include deleted scenes, a gag reel, and more. Who Is Thunderbitch?
All-encompassing attention combined with plenty of touring to support the new album should keep anyone involved plenty busy. Right?

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