As you may recall, if you want all the Star Trek Into Darkness extra features, you will need to purchase three different copies. This is because Paramount has divvied them up between the Best Buy release, the Target release, and the iTunes digital version. Fun!
Oh, wait, not fun — it’s mercenary and shits on the fans, the people who are most interested in the extras. If STiD sells, there’s nothing stopping other companies from pulling the same shit with other major releases. To be fair, though, this bullshit has made me forget all about the Khan debacle. If that's what they were going for, well done!
There’s really nothing more that need be said. Even if you enjoy the film, I have a hard time imagining you’re looking forward to buying three separate copies to get all the extras.
The sitcom about nerds written by people who have only heard about nerds second-hand, and it’s the most popular comedy in America. So weird.
Hey, if I have to include The Big Bang Theory, I might as well include Castle for the legion of Nathan Fillion fans (not to mention the con episode).
Sam returns from purgatory with a sexy, crazy vampire, but when he reunites with Dean, Dean has his own secrets. I can’t tell you how many times I typed “Hank” instead of Sam before I got it right.
All 12 Friday the 13th movies come to Blu-ray, including some for the first time — specifically IV: The Final Chapter (hee hee) through Jason X.
Here’s all the extras they should probably be giving you in the Complete Collection set but aren’t.
The incredibly shitty lives of Russian World War II soldiers get shittier when they come across a German camp full of half-mechanical monstrosities.
The first season of the animated CCG commercial, but only the English version — it’s not uncut, and doesn’t have the Japanese audio track, either.
Is there… is there a Headless Smurf? That’s kind of fucked up.
• The Fly
The classic, non-Goldblum Fly comes to Blu-ray.
Nick Fury sends Wolverine to kill the Hulk. Violence ensues.
A corrupt police chief tries to take over the city with a brigade of mind-controlled scanners, and then a scanner goes crazy and takes over a TV station in an attempt to take over another city, respectively.
Basically, now you can get it on 3D.
A Blu-ray containing five classic episodes including the first appearances of Spock, Kirk, Khan, the Klingons and the Tribbles. I can’t imagine what person would want these five episodes and none of the others, but whatever.
A set of the first 10 Trek movies, from The Motion Picture to Nemesis.
A maid, a nurse, a Shinto shrine maiden and a schoolgirl must survive a horde of horny zombies in what may be the most quintessentially Japanese softcore film of all time.
This is about a group of astronauts trying to survive a long trip back home, and not a group of astronauts trying to poop. Just FYI.