In 1969, writers Julio Buchs, Federico De Urrutia, and José Luis Martínez Mollá released the western thriller, directed by Buchs, A Bullet for Sandoval (Los desesperados), starring Ernest Borgnine, George Hilston, Alberto de Mendoza, Leo Anchóriz, and Annabella Incontrera. Now,… Read More ›
Filmmaker Kurando Mitsutake first studio project, “Lion-Girl,” roars onto home video with robust bonus features fans can dive into.
Trigger Warning: The fighting in Lion-Girl is often accompanied by stylized lighting that strobes. As such, photosensitive viewers should take caution before watching. It’s not frequent enough to be problematic, but present enough that it could disturb sensitive viewers. These… Read More ›
Celebrate 35 years of Richard Donner’s classic holiday classic “Scrooged” with a first-time 4K UHD release.
The Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol has been adapted and transformed, told and retold, in a variety of ways for decades. It’s been adapted for a Doctor Who story, one of the better Muppet adventures, and simply as a… Read More ›
“Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One” arrives on home video in various formats. Know your options and then accept the mission.
Thanks to re-runs, someone of my age was able to be familiar enough with the Bruce Geller-created Mission: Impossible television series so that the announcement of the 1996 Brian De Palma Mission: Impossible film starring Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt… Read More ›
Even though practically no one has seen it, Unrest (Unrueh) is certainly the film of 2023. The best film? Easily a top 10. The most relevant? Absolutely. 2023, the year of Hot Labor Summer, now Hot Labor Fall. The WGA… Read More ›
Dive deep into the making of director Ángel Manuel Soto’s surprisingly thematically complex “Blue Beetle” via thorough features on the home release.
If you’ve been keeping track of the goings-on at Warner Bros. Pictures over the last few years, their handling of the DC Comics live-action properties has been wildly mismanaged. In their race to build their own interconnected universe akin to… Read More ›
Actor/writer Kevin Grevioux moves to the director’s seat as he adds his own graphic novel, “King of Killers,” out on home video now.
These days, a comic book adaptation is as ubiquitous in entertainment as westerns were in the silent film era and later. There’re the big releases like the upcoming MCU film The Marvels (2023) or DCEU film Aquaman and the Lost… Read More ›
When it comes to R-rated comedies, there really are a lot of things that become expected within the story and development of the movie itself. For a movie, especially a comedy, to be rated R, there is nearly an expectation… Read More ›
In April of this year, WB Animation brought the characters of DC Comics’s Justice League to the world of Monty Oum’s RWBY in an adaptation of a RWBY/Justice League and DC/RWBY comic storyline. Applying a fish out of water approach,… Read More ›
Creature Feature “The Meg 2: The Trench” leaves much in the gloomy depths save for the HD audio track.
I really want to like the Meg movies, because, on paper, they really speak to my sensibilities when it comes to mindless summer blockbusters. I, like many (if the box office returns of late say anything), are tired of superhero… Read More ›
Trigger Warning: Haunted Mansion possesses several scenes involving flashing lights or where a character either swings a flashlight or points it directly toward the audience. This may be problematic for audience members with photosensitivity. When it comes to movie-making, it’s… Read More ›
Filmmaker Alejandro Amenábar’s “The Others” is the latest horror thriller to join The Criterion Collection.
In 2023, The Academy is still struggling to rock with horror in any major sense beyond a few lucky takers in titles like Misery (1990), Rosemary’s Baby (1968), Get Out (2017), and The Silence of the Lambs (1991), but rarely… Read More ›
After proving herself at the box office, Barbie is back for more! Bring home Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” on digital, DVD, Blu-ray, or 4K UHD.
Through no fault of its own, Greta Gerwig’s Barbie became much more than itself when it hit theaters this summer. Not only is it the highest-grossing movie of 2023 worldwide, but it also inspired one of the most fascinating cultural… Read More ›
If you do not know the name Lloyd Kaufman, then you probably don’t know why he is arguably the king of schlock and B movies and that he created his own label called Troma which was established for low budget… Read More ›
With the WGA Strike officially over with a ratified deal and the SAG-AFTRA negotiations seemingly going well, an era of Hollywood filmmaking is ending while another begins, and somehow the 2023 home release of Scooby-Doo film Scooby-Doo! And Krypto, Too!… Read More ›
With “Paramount Scares Vol. 1,” Paramount Pictures unleashes their own curated set of horror scares with great extras.
I want to preface this review with a select few thoughts before we dive into the gloriousness that awaits. First and foremost, the idea of a collection of films has always been something tricky because physical media does carry a… Read More ›