Available for your family’s home viewing enjoyment is directing duo Cai Shangming and Chen Silin’s animated adventure I Am T-Rex, out on shelves as of June 20th. If you’re the sort that gets down with animated dinosaur tales, then rejoice in… Read More ›
“Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant” may be special feature-free, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to explore in the home release.
“The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.” – Proverb of unclear origin. By October 2001, within a month of the U.S.-based terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001, U.S. armed forces moved into Afghanistan in… Read More ›
In its quest for cinema preservation, boutique distributor Radiance Films has released onto Blu-ray such films as Kōsaku Yamashita’s Big Time Gambling Boss (1968), Luigi Comencini’s The Sunday Woman (1975), Todd Solondz’s Welcome to the Doll House (1995), and Amy… Read More ›
Before you explore “The Red Door,” go back to the first “Insidious” tale with Sony’s limited-edition 4K Blu-ray.
PG-13 horror gets a bad rap. Sure, there have been some films that were so clearly supposed to be full-fledged R-rated scare-fests toned down to a more commercially viable PG-13 rating in their early years (for me, I think of… Read More ›
Universal Pictures releases a “Dracula Sucks Edition” of Chris McKay’s horror comedy “Renfield,” filled with dark delights to extend the cinematic experience.
In a not-so-distant time, when audiences heard the name “Nicolas Cage,” there was an automatic presumption of a performer who’s either doing something huge in the scene as a larger-than-life character or the project as a whole as being of… Read More ›
Billy Hanson’s feature-length directorial debut, Bone Cold, is coming home on physical and digital formats today, June 13th. If you’re interested in checking out this supernatural horror/thriller, the awesome folks at Well Go USA have given EoM one (1) Blu-ray… Read More ›
Liberation Hall’s home release of “Project: ALF” will be the cat’s meow for fans of our favorite Melmacian.
September 22nd, 1986, television changed forever when the fuzzy, wise-cracking, cat-eating alien from the planet Melmac crash-landed through the roof of the Tanner Family garage. The ‘80s were a wild time when odd couple comedy in sitcoms couldn’t go with… Read More ›
Donnie Yen has been a staple of martial arts cinema for decades now. He’s battled drug dealers in In the Line of Duty IV (1989), immortals in Highlander: Endgame (2000), reluctantly alongside the daywalker in Blade II (2002), and just… Read More ›
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, Barry Levinson’s Academy Award-winning drama Rain Man – starring Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman, and Valeria Golino – is receiving a first-time 4K UHD edition and Blu-ray anniversary edition, releasing on the MVD Marquee Collection. Thanks… Read More ›
When I first saw some promotional material for 65 I was beyond excited as it was something that was immediately up my alley, a science fiction movie starring Adam Driver. At worst it was going to be a fun outing… Read More ›
Sammo Hung’s action dramedy “Warriors Two” is the latest Hong Kong martial arts release from Arrow Video.
In the world of martial arts cinema, one of the greats is Hung Kam-bo, known more commonly as Sammo Hung. His resume includes acting, stunt choreography, writing, producing, and directing in films released by Cathay Asia, Bo Bo Films, Shaw… Read More ›
Shoni Imamura’s final film, Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (2001) has finally come to Blu-ray. The last work of this Japanese New-Wave master, Warm Water Under a Red Bridge finds office worker Yosuke Sasano, played by Koji Yakusho (Cure,… Read More ›
In 2001, no one could’ve imagined that in 2023 the 11th sequel of The Fast and the Furious would be hitting theaters. The original told the story of street racers who also moonlight as truckjackers, stealing VCRs for profit. Now,… Read More ›
Attention all Autobots! This message goes out to you! Paramount Home Video is bringing forth a new collection for steelbook nuts that collects all of the Bayhem and Bayhem-adjacent products in time for the release of Transformers: Rise of the… Read More ›
Coming to home video, you can now materialize “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” into your bag of holding.
It says a lot about a film when it’s not even close to over and you’re already excited about the *idea* of a sequel, about what new story the characters could go on in this strange and exciting-yet-familiar world. As… Read More ›
It has been nearly 32 years since Ridley Scott introduced the world to Thelma and Louise, and having never visited this picture before, I had an idea of what I was getting myself into, but no idea the extent of… Read More ›