Anchor Bay has brought a cliche riddled film in Carjacked to Blu-ray with fine video and audio. Just too bad the film is so bad.
Archives for November 2011
With an incredible performance by Dominic Cooper, excellent video and audio and a few nice features, Lionsgate’s The Devil’s Double comes highly recommended.
It’s that time of year again! We have another list of great Blu-ray sets you won’t want to pass up as a gift for that special someone — or even for yourself — this holiday season.
The Oregon wilderness is captured with a sense of beauty in this Blu-ray of The River Wild from Image Entertainment.
Sono’s last of his “hate” trilogy is a provocative erotic thriller that owes a debt to Ôshima’s In the Realm of the Senses and spins a gripping, brutal tale of sexual awakening.
Jean Renoir’s 1955 Technicolor French return is simply dazzling in this Blu-ray restoration from the BFI.
Disney’s 1997 direct-to-video sequel to their theatrical animated classic makes for wholesome, family friendly entertainment during the holiday season.
Alleged tries to bring a new angle to the infamous “Monkey Trial,” but ultimately fails with it’s overbearing religious tones.
Short and to the point, these two sci-fi OVAs are the perfect compliment to one another, clock in at just an hour in total, and offer excellent video and sound on Blu-ray.
Doctor Who’s Sixth Series is must-see sci-fi packed in a feature rich Blu-ray set from the BBC.