'Best in Blu-ray' is a weekly column that will run on Tuesdays and examine the week's new Blu-ray releases while focusing on recommending titles for both the Blu-ray veteran and newbie.

For Blu-ray Vets:
Twitter Tag Line: A big ball of fun, featuring Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward at their zesty best as they fight tenacious underground critters.
New Special Features: None. All the extras, including a "making of" feature and outtakes, are ported over from the previous DVD release and presented in standard definition.
Transfer/Audio: Problematic. DVD Beaver reports that the transfer is "plagued with prominent edge enhancement," though it does look "significantly better" than the DVD edition. The audio is notably potent for the "depth and aggression of effect sounds."
Replay Value: The imperfections of the video transfer will drive purists mad, so if you're in that camp, you best stay away. If, however, you have a degree of flexibility, you'll find that this 1990 release, directed by Ron Underwood, holds up surprisingly well. Much of the film's value comes from the chemistry between Bacon and Ward, two jocular and charming actors who sound like the friends they play in the story. Michael Gross and Reba McIntire add to the fun as well-armed survivalists. But the movie never descends into condescending camp; it treats the dilemma of dealing with "creatures from beneath" seriously, while never taking itself too seriously.
Based on 13 critics

People (Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward, Finn Carter) flee four big worms with multiple tongues. Read More

Runnin' Down a Dream: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Not Yet Rated2007
In Theaters on March 3rd, 2008

Peter Bogdanovich tells the rock band's story using interviews and concert footage. Read More

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Based on 38 critics

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Ocean's 11
Not Yet Rated1960
In Theaters on August 10th, 1960

A crook (Frank Sinatra) and his 10 war buddies plan to rob five Las Vegas casinos on New Year's Eve. Read More