Kick up some fun with Bruce Lee
“Bruce Lee the Legacy Collection” (Shout! Factory, $120) includes the first Blu-ray versions of “The Big Boss,” “Fist of Fury, “Way of the Dragon” and “Game of Death.” If that isn’t reason enough to pick up the collection, there’s a bonus disc with hours of new content exclusive to the set, plus 68 pages of archival materials and never-before-released photos.
Movies: “As I Lay Dying,” “The Attack,” “The Fitzgerald Family Christmas,” “Girl Most Likely,” “Grown Ups 2,” “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” (extended edition), “Lovelace,” “Parkland,” “Passion,” “White House Down.”
TV: “Clear History,” “Duck Dynasty: I Am Dreaming of a Redneck Christmas,” “Ice Road Truckers” (Season 7), “Law & Order” (Season 13), “Mad Men” (Season 6), “Magic City” (Season 2), “Under the Dome.”
Blu-ray: “The Best Years of Our Lives,” “The Bishop’s Wife,” “East of Eden,” “Giant,” “Intolerance,” “Mickey’s Christmas Carol,” “Rebel Without a Cause,” “The Right Stuff.”
File managers helps iOS devices
The meDrive file manager ($50, www.kanexlive.com ) is another one of those accessories that iPhone and iPad users have been waiting for, especially since those devices don’t have a card slot for expandable media.
Just download the free meDrive app from the Apple App store and connect the meDrive to your existing router through the built-in Ethernet port. Then make sure you install your external hard drive (not included), which has your digital content stored on the same network. If you have a USB external hard drive that doesn’t require AC power, it can be plugged directly into the meDrive. Either way will work fine and is simple to set up.
From there the app allows you to access the USB storage and view photos, movies and documents created with any of the apps within the iWork family.
The hockey-puck-sized meDrive is powered via USB from any source.
McClatchy News Service