Movie Review: Get the Gringo (2012)

I had not seen a new Mel Gibson film since he went off the deep end a few years ago, but because I was such a big fan of his, I could not pass up the $7.50 Blu-Ray offer at Wal-Mart for his latest flick, the action-packed Get the Gringo. Very rarely do I buy…

Greg’s Top Five Blu-Ray List: Second Installment & Update

It took a few months, but after establishing my Top Five list for the best Blu-Rays out there, I finally saw a movie that was good enough to bump one of the previous ones off the list. I have set up a few resources on this blog for those who want to purchase Blu-Rays, because…

Greg’s Top-Five Blu Ray List: First Installment

What qualifies a movie to make it to my esteemed Top Five list, the latest feature of Greg’s Blu-Ray Buying Guide? Well, for starters, it has to completely blow me out of the water, with both visuals and audio. While many films accomplish one without the other, there are only a few that please both…

Three War Movies that Need to Be Released on Blu Ray

Blu Ray technology has done some amazing things over the course of the last few years, both for the visual and audio experience of seeing a movie as it was meant to be seen, save of course for actually seeing a screening in a movie theater. Though in my last article about Blu Rays, I…

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly When it Comes to Buying Blu Rays

About eight years ago, I remember as a kid, gathering all my VHS tapes together and selling them on Ebay, in order to get money to buy those same films on DVD. My parents could never understand my affection for actually owning my favorite movies—my father has never been a movie fan at all, while…

Site News: An Editorial Partnership with Warner Brothers

Thanks to the many readers and Civil War buffs who have frequented this site in the last few months for the exclusive coverage and interviews regarding the upcoming director’s cut releases of Gods and Generals and Gettysburg, I have been contacted by Warner Brothers, the producers of G & G, who want to editorially partner…