The upcoming 'Eternals' Blu-ray release is a welcome addition to fans' collections. The film features a star-studded cast and introduces a new comic book character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The movie is a self-contained story with an exciting connection to Avengers: Endgame. The film will debut on digital platforms and Disney+ on January 12 and hit physical shelves on February 15.

Eternals is Marvel's first post-Avengers: Endgame cinematic universe introduction. Directed by Chloe Zhao, the movie stars Gemma Chan, Selma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Kit Harington, and Jeremy Renner. Eternals follows a race of superpowered aliens that have been assigned to protect humanity from evil Deviants. Despite being sent thousands of years ago, the Eternals are still forced to deal with their mission after an unexpected tragedy.

Marvel Studios' 'Eternals' will debut on all major digital platforms on January 12. It will be released on Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD on February 15, and fans can look forward to a variety of bonus features and exclusive content. The film will feature a new team of superheroes, who have been protecting Earth for seven thousand years. When the Deviants reappear, the Eternals must band together to protect humanity from the oldest enemy in the universe.

Eternals is not out in theaters yet, but it will be available on DVD and Blu-ray in February and April 2022. While the exact release date for the Blu-ray and DVD has not been announced, fans can expect a Blu-ray release in February or April 2022. The DVD is expected to arrive at the end of February or early April, depending on where they purchase the film.

'Plucky Little Outsider'

The 'Plucky Little Outsider' is a fantastic British movie. With a wonderful cast, this story is sure to delight fans of both children's and adult-themed movies. This Blu-ray release of the first season comes with a digital copy of the film so you can enjoy it on your TV or other devices. The 'Plucky Little Outsider' Blu-ray release includes a digital copy.

'Plucky Little Outsider' is one of the most beloved British movies of the past decade. The film has great cast and story, and a Blu-ray release is a perfect opportunity to see it again. There are even some bonus features for Blu-ray fans. One of the best features of this release is the fact that it includes a digital copy and a documentary about the director.

The transfer looks okay. The film is presented in 1080p with AVC compression. While the picture is dated and shows signs of age, the film is generally free of age-related artifacts and looks much like the original film from the 70s. Black levels are fair. The film is divided into eight chapters and features great extras. It's hard to go wrong with a release from Arrow Video.

The soundtrack is excellent. The Outsider's active DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio track is rich and dynamic, with distinct object placement and channel placement. The soundtrack is creepy, but is not distracting. Even the quiet moments in the film are enhanced by the sound of a few people speaking in conversation. The film is a must-have for anyone's home entertainment library.


The Synapse Blu-ray release is a welcome upgrade from its earlier DVD release. The movie looks great on this disc, and the vibrant transfer of the film looks excellent. It is also accompanied by a 4K remaster approved by director Nygard. The colors are also very vibrant, and the film's grainy look remains intact. Considering the film's indie-wave aesthetic, it's a refreshing change. Lastly, the DTS-HD MA 5.1 and 2.0 English options are both perfectly adequate.

The audio track included on the Synapse Blu-ray release is surprisingly good. The original 35 mm camera negative was struck for the disc. Because of this, the film's audio is clear and clean without any hisses or pops. It also features an original score composed by David Whitaker that is beautifully orchestrated. The track also includes stabs and thuds from doors, footsteps, and other sounds.

The packaging is nice as well. The release includes a slipcover featuring newly created art, as well as a reversible sleeve featuring original poster art. Afterwards, you get a thick catalogue of all previous Synapse releases, and a pair of ticket-shaped insert cards designed to resemble tickets. The insert cards contain technical information about the film's presentation.

The Synapse Blu-ray release has three cult films to choose from. The Exterminator is a classic action film that stars Robert Ginty. This film has earned cult status in the horror genre. The company also plans to release William Lustig's Maniac Cop and Frank Henenlotter's Frankenhooker. While the latter film is more familiar, it's worth checking out on its own.


'Boyhood' on Blu ray is one of Linklater's more ambitious efforts. While his "7 Up" trilogy chronicles the same set of characters for extended periods, this film is a unique and impressive single film. The sound mix is good, with a clean, consistent presentation of the film's layered sounds. Still, the film lacks pinpoint attention to detail and lifelike clarity. While it may lack pinpoint detail, the audio does offer an excellent experience of the film's emotional core.

'Boyhood' on Blusray is a great way to relive the film. Criterion's new release includes two bonus features exclusive to the Blu-ray. First is "The 12 Year Project," a behind-the-scenes featurette featuring interviews with Linklater. The second is "The Last Days of America," a four-part video essay centered around Linklater's life and career.

In addition to the DVD and Blu-ray releases, 'Boyhood' on Blu is also available in digital HD. The film has been nominated for six Academy Awards and has been featured on more "best of 2014" lists than any other film in the past year. While the film spanned a brief period from 2002 to 2013, it continues to win awards for best picture in numerous film critic circles. The cast includes Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette, Lorelei Linklater, and Ellar Coltrane. 'Boyhood' is available on digital HD and in theaters.

Boyhood is a cinematic triumph. Although it was shot over a 12-year period, Linklater managed to film the film with an unchanging cast, including Mason, the central character. The film's 12-year commitment to the project forced the filmmakers to take a massive risk. In the end, they got what they wished for - a cherished film. Moreover, it helped the film win multiple awards, including Best Picture and Best Director at the Oscars.