Where To Find Blu Ray Reviews

By: Ivanjfinch
Everyone is jumping in on the Blu Ray craze, including Netflix and Blockbuster! Soon you won't be able to purchase or rent a new DVD that'll work on your old player anywhere! While it may seem irritating to consumers, the evolution of high-definition video was inevitable. Eventually the downloading and on-demand video markets may explode, but this is the next logical plateau, offering better audio-video quality. Before building your Blu Ray movies collection, you may want to find a reliable site for Blu Ray reviews to ensure that you get the most for your money.

Consumers today are more and more concerned about getting the most bang for their buck, yet want a Blu Ray collection that can really impress. There are several sites offering comprehensive Blu Ray reviews to help you decide whether you want to buy or simply rent the next high-definition experience.

Blu-Ray.com is the official site and offers screenshots, user reviews and a longer review of the plot and movie features. DVDTalk.com is good if you're in a rush and want less talk. DVDTown.com has a nicer layout than the other sites and also allows you to create a wish list. Most sites will provide a 1-5 star user rating to give you an at-a-glance idea of whether to add something to your collection or not. Amazon is good for Blu Ray sales and discounts.

If you're getting started with a collection of Blu Ray titles, then there are some top-sellers you should be aware of, according to Blu-Ray.com's Blu Ray reviews. Nothing is better than an action-thriller in high-definition Blu Ray format. Some starters for your new DVD collection include: 300, Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, I-Robot, The Fifth Element, Independence Day, Men In Black, Batman Begins, The Chronicles of Narnia, Natural Born Killers, Pan's Labyrinth, Blade Runner, National Treasure 2, Troy, I Am Legend, Predator and Twister.

The thing you should note about Blu Ray discs right now is that they're still in their infancy stage, so filmmakers and advertisers haven't fully developed all the interactive features just yet. In the future, there will be games, user blogs, live chat, trivia, featurettes made exclusively for Blu Ray HD DVDs, downloadable trailers and more.

To find Blu Ray reviews of the players, rather than just the Blu Ray discs, you can check BluRay.com/Players for the latest offerings. Pioneer is rumored to be coming out with a fresh new line of Blu Ray players this summer. For people who are suffering with a collection of "useless" HD DVDs, LG and Samsung have made HD DVD/Blu Ray player combos that can read both formats!

The fastest stand alone Bluray player is the Panasonic DMP-BD30, which can also handle the interactive features for $410. For the basics, the Sharp BD-HP20U offers the essentials, minus picture-in-picture viewing and interactive games, for $350. At the site, you can look at a comparison chart and click the "Where to buy" button for more details.
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