Lilo & Stitch is, arguably, one of the best animated movies Disney ever made. So why then is this new Blu-ray edition such a botch job?
Aniplex Of America have announced that they’ll be bringing the anime Kill La Kill to the U.S. via online streaming and home video. The ’toon comes from the duo of director Hiroyuki Imaishi and writer Kazuki Nakashima, who previously collaborated on Gurren Lagann.
It would be easy to dismiss Somewhere (CD, digital) as just another live album by the jazz trio of pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Gary Peacock, and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Because, quite frankly, that’s what it is. But that kind of misses the point. Instead, Somewhere is really yet another great live album by the best jazz trio around, and arguably the strongest album this threesome has produced.
In 1986, The Cult recorded their third album, Peace, with Love producer Steve Brown at the helm. But unhappy with the results, the band rerecorded many of the songs with Rick Rubin, redubbing the disc Electric. Now both albums are being rereleased in the appropriately titled Electric Peace (CD, vinyl), and while this may seem like a no-brainer for fans, it really depends on what Cult albums you like, and how good of a stereo you own.
Fox Home Video have announced that American Horror Story: The Complete Second Season: Asylum will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 8.
Fox Home Video have announced that Family Guy: Volume Eleven will be released on DVD on September 24.
Fox Home Video have announced that Modern Family: The Complete Fourth Season will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on September 24.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have announced that This Is The End — the post-apocalyptic comedy starring James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogan, and all their buddies — will be available on DVD, Blu-ray, and via digital download on October 1.
Disney Home Video have announced that Monsters University will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on October 29, and for digital download on October 8.