WB Games Builds Anticipation for LEGO Dimensions with New Story Trailer

LEGO Dimensions will be available for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, the PlayStation3 and PlayStation4, and for Nintendo's Wii U.

Bentley's Bandstand: August 2015

Music industry vet Bill Bentley features ten exciting new releases: Anderson East, Dave Edmunds, Galactic, Melody Gardot, Carl Hall, Jason, Isbell, Eleni Mandell, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Daniel Romano, and Songhoy Blues.

Gadget Review: Venturo Slim Laptop Backpack from Moshi

The Venturo is easy to take with you whether you bike to work, have a daily commute on public transit or are a frequent international traveler.

Blu-ray Review: The Water Diviner

Post-World War I, an Australian farmer finds himself on a mission to recover the bodies of his sons who were killed in the war. Russell Crowe stars and makes his directorial debut.

Blu-ray Review: The Longest Ride

The latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation has its mind on a lot of things, but it might've turned out better had it focused on just one.

Blu-ray Review: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Director John Madden is back with another round of gentle laughs aimed squarely at aging romantics.

Gadget Review: Moshi's iVisor Glass for the Samsung GALAXY Note 4

If you're paying a high price for a top smartphone and you want to keep it looking as good as it did the day you bought it, this reliable protective product it is a worthwhile investment.

Almost Human: Interview with Humans' Emily Berrington

Emily Berrington talks about playing the good, the bad and the vulnerable sides of her "Synth" character Niska in the popular Sci-Fi TV drama Humans.

Blu-ray Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut

One of the very best X-Men movies is now not only longer, but more importantly it's emotionally richer. Director Bryan Singer has unleashed a superior version of this 2014 hit.

Blu-ray Review: It Follows

It bowled over the critics and found an enthusiastic audience during its theatrical release earlier in 2015. Now it's poised to reach an even wider number of horror fans.

Blu-ray Review: The Cell

Visually inventive and generally weird as heck, The Cell is a psychological thriller from 2000 that is worth revisiting.

Blu-Ray Review: Virtuosity

This 1995 sci-fi thriller boasts agreeable performances by Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe, a bunch of dated special effects, and a confusing plot.

Blu-ray Review: Five Easy Pieces - The Criterion Collection

One of Jack Nicholson's finest performances arrives in high definition on this excellent, features-packed edition.

Blu-ray Review: Maggie

Arnold Schwarzenegger gets serious in this dry take on a zombie apocalypse. It's an interesting move, but it never really pays off.

Blu-ray Review: While We're Young

Noah Baumbach's critically-acclaimed comedy-drama stars Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts as a middle-aged married couple experiencing a shared mid-life crisis.

Catching Up With Actor Tom Brittney

Talented and affable actor Tom Brittney takes time out from his busy schedule to chat about his recent work in the Sci-Fi TV drama Humans as well as other hit shows such as Call The Midwife and Outlander.

Album Reviews: Jimmy LaFave - Trail One and Trail Four

Singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave shines on two covers-dominated collections of vintage concert, radio, and studio performances.

A Man of Conscience: Interview with Tyrant's Ashraf Barhom

Actor Ashraf Barhom talks about his second season "in office" as President Jamal Al-Fayeed in the popular FX series Tyrant.

Blu-ray Review: The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014)

Addison Timlin ably carries this horror sequel/reboot, which begins inventively but ends derivatively.

Blu-ray Review: The Gunman (2015)

One of the year's biggest flops arrives on home video, where it probably won't find much of an audience either. Sean Penn stars and co-wrote.

New Six-Film DVD Set: Samuel Goldwyn Movie Collection Vol. 2
A collection of previously available titles from the 1930s and '40s, gathered in one compact set: Stella Dallas, Dead End, They Got Me Covered, The Westerner, The Princess and The Pirate, and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. New to Blu-ray: Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery
A ghost called the Crimson Witch is haunting the KISS World theme park. It's up to the Mystery Inc. gang and everyone's fave makeup-clad glam metal band to stop it. Disney Channel Movie Teen Beach 2 - New to DVD
The first Teen Beach movie scored big ratings for the Disney Channel, the music-packed sequel delivers more of what young fans enjoyed. Twilight Time Limited Edition Blu-ray - June Titles
Debuting on Blu-ray as limited edition releases: State of Grace, The Young Lions, The Night of the Generals, Absolute Beginners, Mississippi Mermaid Now on Blu-ray: Killing Jesus
Killing Jesus originally aired on National Geographic, where it broke ratings records for the network. Now the entire film is presented with "making of" featurettes. Coming to DVD August 4: Looney Tunes Rabbits Run
Rabbits Run will be the first all-new animated Looney Tunes feature film in years. Coming September 15: Peanuts: Emmy Honored Collection
This two-disc collection contains 11 Peanuts specials, all of which received either an Emmy nomination or an Emmy win. Coming to Blu-ray and DVD June 16: Liam Neeson in Run All Night
Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, this thriller arrives on Digital HD June 2, two weeks prior to Blu-ray and DVD, from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Arriving on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD May 19: American Sniper
From Warner Bros. Home Entertainment comes one of the year's most highly anticipated home video releases, Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning box office smash. Twilight Time Limited Edition Blu-ray - April Titles
Limited edition Blu-ray releases for the month of April are: Richard III (1995), The Fantasticks, The Remains of the Day, April Love, Zardoz, The Story of Adele H. Acclaimed Miniseries The Book of Negroes - Now on DVD
The six-part miniseries based on Lawrence Hill's novel of the same name. The title comes from an actual Revolutionary War-era document. Out Now: The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts - DVD Collections: Stingers and Zingers and Hall of Famers
Stingers and Zingers is a 20-plus hour, eight-disc collection that boasts 24 complete roasts. Hall of Famers is a more economical, single-disc edition. Now on DVD from IndiePix Films: Ships (Ferahfeza)
Award-winning filmmaker Elif Refig's debut feature-length film won the prestigious FIPRESCI Award among other distinguished awards.

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