Blu-ray Review: Chinatown

Chinatown is a classic that continues to impress even to this day with its gripping story, rich characters and perfect direction. »»

Plan 9 From Outer Space coming to Blu-ray

Perhaps this one can be filed under why bother. Independent distributors Legend Films have announced that they will be releasing two cult classics on Blu-ray. First up is Ed Wood's masterpiece Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) often hailed as the wor »»

DC Comics Relaunch: Teen Titans #2, Red Hood and the Outlaws #2, & Nightwing #2 Batman Ex-Sidekicks New 52 Review (UPDATE)

UPDATED. Red Robin, Red Hood, and Nightwing take centre stage in their respective books with different aspects of Batman percolating to the surface. »»

DVD Review: Elvira's Movie Macabre

Elvira’s Movie Macabre resurrects Elvira’s career as a horror hostess. »»

How Do You Know - Review

A strong cast and solid premise are weakened by a final product in need of fine tuning. »»

True Grit – Review

Wayne who? Coen's re-adaption blows original out of water. »»

Bad Movies Done Right - Queen Of The Lot

In pursuit of Fame. Henry Jaglom's sequel to Hollywood Dreams not much to dream about. »»

Mars Attacks! - Blu-ray Review

Mars Attacks! is an adaptation of a 1950s trading card series. And in my opinion, it is one of Burton's most underrated films. »»

Criterion's November Slate to include Chaplin, Von Trier, and the "New Hollywood"

The Criterion Collection reveals its November line-up. Will also include Charles Laughton's eerie creeper The Night of the Hunter. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Necrosis

I went into Necrosis hoping for a crappy version of Dead Snow. What I got instead was a crappy version of The Shining. »»

Disc News: Death Race 2000 hits 1080p

Bill from Kill Bill and Rambo engage in some road rage this June. »»

Robert Saucedo's Best of the Aughts

Robert Saucedo's favorite films of the last decade. »»

Confessions of a Spec Tater — Shine On

This week: Crochet mallets made scary »»

Disc News: Shout! for Roger Corman

Shout! Factory to bring Corman's New Horizons films to DVD! »»

Easy Rider: 40th Anniversary - Blu-ray Review

Easy Rider: 40th Anniversary Blu-ray brings the experience of revving up a Harley and hitting the highway to the next level. »»

Morgan Freeman Gets 'Dirty'

What happens when you combine Grumpy Old Men with the thought process of a Judd Apatow-esque comedy? The answer: Dirty Old Men. »»

Wolf - Blu-ray Review

The themes of chaos and order, and the dark side of human nature occur are classic staples of the horror genre, but for some reason Wolf just misses the mark. »»

Nicholson to reteam with James L. Brooks?

Jack Nicholson is closing in on a deal to reteam with James L. Brooks on the writer/director's still untitled romantic comedy at Columbia Pictures. »»

Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989 - 1997 - Blu-ray Review

[With this anthology] one has to take into account the over eighteen hours of special features that deliver with every second...If you don't pick this up, then you my friends...need an enema. »»

Warner's Batman Anthology comes to Blu-ray this March

Finally, Batman and Batman Returns are coming to Blu-ray! But in addition to Tim Burton's flicks, Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever and Batman & Robin will also be available on the high-definition format as a part of Warner Brother's five-disc Batman Anthology collection (so no individual Blu-rays just yet), set to be released next month. Check out all the specs after the cut. »»

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If you only had a year or less to live, what would you want to do before you died? Would you make a list of everything you want to see or do before you "kicked the bucket"? If so, you would be just like Morgan Freeman and J Jack Nicholson in The Bucket List. On paper this looked like an interesting and unique idea for a film. With a couple of great actors attached to it, The Bucket List looked to be a hit. But after all the execution was it really? »»

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