If, in the year 2022, you didn’t see Ali Abbasi’s Holy Spider, then you simply missed one of the best movies to come out of that year. However, it is with fair warning that this movie is an incredibly tough… Read More ›
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There is something genuinely interesting about a home release of a movie that one has never watched, much less heard about, that sucks you in by the name of the movie and the stars in the project. That is what… Read More ›
Wei Tung, also known as Stephen Tung, has worked alongside Sammo Hung (The Incredible Kung Fu Master), Jackie Chan (Twin Dragons), Chow Yun-fat (Hard Boiled), Vincent Zhao (Once Upon a Time in China V) as an actor, but also directed… Read More ›
“Hey kid, it ain’t that kind of movie. If people are looking at your hair, we’re all in big trouble.” – Harrison Ford to Mark Hamill on the set of Star Wars (1977), as recalled by Hamill Released in 1973,… Read More ›
Cult Epics’s 2K restoration of Marleen Gorris’s 1982 dramatic thriller “A Question of Silence” is still horrifically on-target with its exploration of gender equity.
There are far too many people today who think misogyny is a manufactured concept. That, somehow, the way things used to be is somehow better than they are now, what with women having voting rights, the ability to own property,… Read More ›
On July 11th, Synapse Films releases a Blu-ray edition of the James Glickenhaus-directed action/drama McBain, starring Christopher Walken (Seven Psychopaths) and Maria Conchita Alonso (Predator 2). Ahead of its release, MVD Entertainment Group has generously given us one (1) Blu-ray… 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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
Cult Epics restores writer/director Martin Koolhoven’s psychological thriller/dark comedy “AmnesiA” beautifully with a limited edition package to match.
First there was the reduction of available discs to rent via services like Netflix, then streaming rights for entertainment jumped from one streamer to another. To make matters even harder for consumers, some services straight up started deleting their films… Read More ›
This month Cauldron Films is releasing a 2K restoration of the action/adventure Convoy Busters with both archived and *new* materials! Distributor MVD Entertainment Group has generously given EoM one (1) Blu-ray copy to give away to a lucky individual. If… Read More ›
88 Films releases “Police Story 3: Super Cop” in 4K UHD the first-time in North America to the delight of fans fresh and weathered.
When people talk about the career of martial artist and actor Jackie Chan, there’s one film that almost everyone mentions because of the incredible stunt work in the climactic battle: Police Story (1985). That film would go on to start… Read More ›
“ZEPPELINS. BOMBS. BORDELLOS. BURIALS. RIGG. REED.” This is one of several taglines attached to the marketing for the Basil Dearden-directed (Dead of Night) action comedy The Assassination Bureau, a film adapted from a Jack London (The Call of the Wild)… Read More ›
Radiance Films adds director Luigi Comencini’s murder mystery comedy “The Sunday Woman (La donna della domenica)” to their burgeoning collection of restorations.
Comedy is tragedy plus time. – Author Mark Twain Though Edgar Allen Poe’s 1841 story The Murders in the Rue Morgue is widely considered the first detective story, there’s a long standing relationship between murder and storytelling. Whether in dramatics… Read More ›
Martial artist. Stuntman. Action director. Comedic Actor. Romantic lead? The first four absolutely describe world-renowned physical performer Jackie Chan, but the last? Certainly during his time making films with studio/distributor Golden Harvest, that’s not something the actor dared pursue as… Read More ›