New DVD and Blu-ray releases this week

This week we see the Robert Taylor starrer, Longmire hitting the home market… and remember, A&E dumped the show, but it will be having its fourth season on Netflix. After that, we have Outlander, and Hunger Games coming out digitally on Instant Video on March 6th also.

Longmire: Season 3
4.8 out of 5 stars
Starring:Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff, et al.

Outlander: Season One – Volume One
4.8 out of 5 stars
Starring:Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, et al.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
4.2 out of 5 stars
Starring:Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, et al.
Directed by:Francis Lawrence

Ask Me Anything
3.9 out of 5 stars
Starring:Britt Robertson, Christian Slater, et al.

3.6 out of 5 stars
Starring:Mark Ruffalo, Steve Carell, et al.

More new releases on Amazon

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LONGMIRE Saved For A Fourth Season

November 21, 2014

Hey gang, back in September, we learned that A&E had cancelled Longmire, via not renewing the Robert Taylor starrer for a fourth season.  That despite being the network’s most watched “original drama series.” It is confusing when a TV series that is doing well for a network gets sheet-canned. I can only surmise that a […]

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Notes: CAPTAIN AMERICA THREE, LONGMIRE Cancelled, Amazon Prime and Netflix

September 1, 2014

Today’s notes include director comments about Captain America Three, the cancellation of Longmire from A&E, and new offerings this September 2014, from Amazon Prime and Netflix. – Captain America 3 In an interview with directors Joe and Anthony Russo, despite the premise that Marvel is trying to make their franchise movies a bit different with […]

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LONGMIRE Season Three Finale

August 6, 2014

The third season finale of Longmire came with an ample collection of resolutions to a three year mystery, all while coming to a mostly satisfying close. There will be spoilers for the time-shifted viewer… This entire season of Longmire has been more or less the downward spiral of Branch’s (Bailey Chase) mental state as he […]

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November 26, 2013

Good news gang… A and E and renewed Longmire for a third season. Season three will have 10 one-hour episodes. If you haven’t watched the show, it’s a nice throwback to a different era. No, it doesn’t take place in a different era. it takes place now, in a time of cell phones and internet […]

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Longmire, Season Two Premiere

May 27, 2013

Longmire has returned for its second season, and true to form, the opening scenes of the episode, titled Unquiet Mind, started out with a rare (for TV) cinematic feel.  It felt like the True Grit of TV as Walt deals with the static coming out of the radio, and the buffalo facing off with his […]

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New DVD & Blu-ray TV Releases This Week: Dr. Who, Longmire

May 27, 2013

As you can see, this week in the new DVD/Blu-ray releases, there are many popular titles from TV this week coming out on May 28th, 2013. As you can see, leading the pack are a few very popular titles, with Matt Smith, Robert Taylor, Piper Parabo, and Gabriel Macht. – DVD/Blu-rays Coming Tuesday, May 28, […]

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‘Longmire’ on A&E Review: So Far, So Good

July 13, 2012

I’m now 6 episodes into A&E’s Longmire and I’m finding this show is a great modern-day western of sorts with a smart but mellow tone to the tale. Longmire is about sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor), who oversees Absaroka County, Wyoming and all the crimes that could possibly take place in Wyoming.  And surprisingly, it’s […]

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‘Longmire’ Season Premiere Review: I liked It

June 19, 2012

I just caught the Longmire season premiere on my VoD.  It seems that there was a huge delay from it’s actual premiere date and when it finally landed on my Comcast VoD.  But I finally saw it. Longmire stars Robert Taylor (Satisfaction), Katee Sackhoff (24, Battlestar Galactica), Bailey Chase (Damages, Saving Grace), Cassidy Freeman (The […]

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