Blu-ray Review: New Year's Evil

People in Los Angeles get to celebrate New Year's Eve four times as the clock hits midnight through four time zones. The party starts at 9 p.m. with the ball dropping in Times Square and ends at midnight when the guests hit the floor at Bill Cosby's »»

Blu-ray Review: R100

Warning: You must be at least 100 years old to understand this review. »»

Blu-ray Review: Midsomer Murders (Set 25)

When a TV series hits 100 episodes, it's a cause for a celebration. This the golden number for syndication. Producers dream of making Seinfeld money on the day the 100th episode airs. For most American TV shows, this is achieved towards the end of th »»

Scarecrows scream in June

Lately the scariest thing in a corn field is ears of genetically modified corn. But now the scarecrows are back and ready to spook a bunch of heisting thieves. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part 1

The Hunger games experiences some growing pains as Mockingjay - Part 1 slows down momentum. »»

Blu-ray Review: Rosewater

Jon Stewart's directorial debut arrives on Blu-ray. »»

Blu-ray Review: Dying of the Light

With his latest film, and first since The Canyons, Schrader lost control of the film to the studio and had no say in the final edit of the film. Schrader along with stars Nicolas Cage and Antony Yelchin and executive producer Nicolas Winding Refn (who was originally supposed to direct the script written by Schrader) have publicly disowned this version of the film. »»

Blu-ray Review: The ABCs of Death 2

This installment certainly doesn’t have the directorial power of the original nor is it quite as much fun but on the whole it is still a wholly unique and highly entertaining experience. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Homesman

The Homesman feels like it is pandering to the demographic that's going to vote for awards before anything else. »»

Blu-ray Review: Muscle Beach Party

Teens flocked to the movie theaters to take in the fun of Frankie Avalon (Grease) and Annette Funicello (The Mickey Mouse Club) in Beach Party during the summer of 1963. American International Pictures knew they had found a winning formula and quickly set about to make sure there would be a sequel in the theaters for Spring Break of 1964. »»

Blu-ray Review: Wild Orchid

Once upon a time, Mickey Rourke was a handsome man. Fans of The Wrestler, Sin City and Iron Man 2 might be puzzled at that statement. The Mickey Rourke of today looks like an uncooked roast beef with eyeballs and a wig. »»

Blu-ray Review: God Told Me To

God Told Me To is undoubtedly aimed at that small group of completists who willingly spend time on things that they "should" see. »»

Blu-ray Review: Beach Blanket Bingo

This was the fourth of the five core Beach Party films. This was the one your UHF channel would run Thursday. But which one is it? »»

Blu-ray Review: Lady Chatterley's Lover

Once upon a time in the '80s, Cinemax wasn't merely HBO's junk drawer. It had its own identity thanks a late night programming block called it "Cinemax After Dark." »»

Blu-ray Review: V/H/S: Viral

V/H/S: Viral does give voice to smaller directors and shorter films but the haphazard way they are all tied together here makes everything seem compromised. »»

Blu-ray Review: Predestination

If there's one genre of film that opens itself up to a constant barrage of theories and dissection by audiences, it's science fiction. That's mainly because science fiction allows for the type of storytelling that doesn't necessarily have all the answers. »»

Blu-ray Review: Blackula & Scream Blacula Scream

Blacula & Scream Blacula Scream is a double feature of urban horror that lives up to the undead glory promised. »»

Blu-ray Review: Maison Close (Season One)

Maison Close: Season One is a French TV series that goes to arty and sadistic extremes of the harsh life inside a Parisian brothel in the 19th Century. »»

Blu-ray Review: Phantom of the Opera: The Motion Picture

what hope is there when a horror star craves a different genre? »»

Blu-ray Review: The Overnighters

A provocative documentary about a boom town not exactly thrilled with new residents. »»

Blu-ray Review: Gone Girl

War of the Roses is child’s play compared to the antics of Nick and Amy Dunne. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Boys From Brazil

The Boys From Brazil brings together an all star cast for a diabolical purpose. »»

Blu-ray Review: Supernova

The movie is so full of stars, it's inevitable that it would Supernova. »»

Blu-Ray Review - The Judge

The film as a whole wasn't that special, either, despite how much of a great setup (and cast) that it has. »»

Blu-ray Review: Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis

If you’re an Aquaman fan you’ll most likely enjoy this film more than I did. »»

Blu-ray Review: Why Don't You Play In Hell?

A wild ride of a genre pic and a valentine to 35mm filmmaking. »»

Blu-ray Review: Fitzcarraldo

Director Werner Herzog doesn't merely make a movie, but captures an extraordinary event that borders on madness. How can this be? Fitzcarraldo is a tale not told with movie magic, but grit, sweat and desire. »»

Blu-Ray Review - A Walk Among the Tombstones

A Walk Among The Tombstones may not have been the best film of 2014, not even by a long shot, but it was Neeson's best film »»

Blu-ray Review: Horns

Ig (Daniel Radcliffe) is a wreck of a man after his girlfriend is murdered and everyone thinks he did it. »»

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