This 80s comedy classic still has its quirky charm, but this transfer from Disney/Touchstone is well below what we’ve come to expect from the Studio.
Archives for July 2012
Marley is a fascinating look into the life of one of the most influential rock/pop musicians the world has ever seen.
This hipster teen horror-comedy might overwhelm you with it its weird, and whacky universe, but several viewings in, you’ll find something different to latch on to.
The charming film Under The Tuscan Sun, now on Blu-ray from Touchstone, features locales and a story that anyone can enjoy.
Enter the 3D Zone as our editor-at-large Chris Chiarella lists what he considers the best of the best to hit this still emerging format.
We have been provided with three (3) copies of the 150-minute version (there is also a 270-minute international version hitting stores) of director Wei Te-Sheng’s Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale on Blu-ray to giveaway.
Slipknot’s theatricality and high octane metal hits Blu-ray with their triumphant 2009 headlining performance at the Download Festival in Donington.
Jean Renoir’s wartime classic, La grande illusion, finally hits US shores on Blu-ray in a StudioCanal Collection edition from Lionsgate that is missing a couple of extras from its previous UK release, but still worth owning.
Mars in 3D is a stimulating mini-documentary of the Viking lander mission to Mars in the late 1970s. The raw film material was restored to make a presentable stereoscopic presentation with an atmospheric new soundtrack courtesy of Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics.
This over-the-top cult classic won’t win many awards, but for cult film fans, Class of Nuke ‘Em High is still a fun watch and looks as good as it can get in this edition from Arrow Video.