The other half of the battle is a terrifying, war between the G.I. Joe: Retaliation movie, the Star Trek: The Next Generation season 4 Blu-ray set, and Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, which should change DC animated movies for ever. You can only choose one — unless you want two or something.
The infinitely more fun sequel to the super-middling first G.I. Joe movie — as I said in the review, it’s like someone gave a kid playing with his G.I. Joes a $75 million budget and then filmed it. The DVD and Blu-ray are packed with deleted scenes and featurettes.
The Flash goes back in time to fix something and screws up the entire DC universe, then goes back in time again ends up creating the New 52. This is likely your last chance to hear Kevin Conroy and Tim Daly as Batman and Superman. The Blu-ray has a special Flash villains featurette and a digital Flashpoint #1 comic.
The excellent fourth TNG season comes to Blu-ray with just a preposterous amount of extras. Finally, you can see Worf in a goofy-ass Merry Men outfit in HD, just as Gene Roddenberry intended! (Probably!)
And in case you only want the TNG Season 4 finale — perhaps edited into a single movie along with the season 5 premiere — you have that option as well.
John Carpenter brings horror queens Janet Leigh, Jamie Lee Curtis and Adrienne Barbeau for one of his most celebrated and terrifying films. This new edition includes a new interview with Curtis, a bunch of featurettes, outtakes, and more.
And astronaut gets hit with radiation and starts melting. Also he begins eating people, like melting folk generally do. For those of you who were patiently avoiding the DVD release to wait for the Blu-ray, your day has come!
Containing Zeo, Turbo, In Space and Lost Galaxy. The special features include a special look at Bulk and Skull, lord help us all.
A shockingly boring ‘50s scifi flick most notable for being featured in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode where Crow wished for a friend and then his all-black doppleganger terrorized everybody (see #4).
The Hallmark Channel remakes Space Camp, more or less (probably less).
Look, I personally have had no experience with the supposedly insane/hilarious Samurai Pizza Cats. I do know at least five people who will completely lose their shit that the full 52-episode series will become available tomorrow for the first time, and I offer them my total congratulations. Now if someone would release all of the damn Tick cartoon, I could feel the same way.