Fans of the original “Blade Runner” and science fiction in general should be awed by Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049,” a visual and sonic experience that stays faithful to its roots while expanding in new narrative directions.
“The Vietnam War,” a mammoth documentary series by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, leads a variety of TV series that are on Blu-ray and DVD this week.
About a half-hour, forty-five minutes into the film, you realize that, while entertaining, “IT” isn’t a very scary movie.
There are so many classics that it can be hard to know which ones are actually good and which ones are simply important because a professor somewhere said they are. Here are seven classics that you may not have read but are entirely worth your time.
The sequels “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” and “Alien: Covenant” are on Blu-ray, DVD and various streaming sites this week.
According to the Parents Television Council, many streaming services are unsafe due to the fact that they have “lax or nonexistent” parental controls, giving children easy access to mature content.
Firefighters in Wyoming were called in to fight an “unknown” fire and found a sulfur fire that is both mesmerizing beautiful and incredibly dangerous.
Are you feeling lucky?
The unique police procedural “Bones” is on DVD in a complete-series set, as are the reunion movies of “The Andy Griffith Show” and “Wild Wild West,” which have been released as stand-alone discs.
Dads are known for improvisation and thinking outside the box, but that’s not always a good thing.