The Big Bang Theory continues the intelligent wit and pop culture references in this milestone Fifth Season.
Archives for August 2012
Orson Welle’s psycho-drama The Trial gets a spiffed up Blu-ray release from StudioCanal Collection in the UK that most people will be very pleased with.
Lewis Black gives a typically edgy, controversial, and totally laugh out loud funny stand-up performance in Minneapolis that is captured in this uncensored release from Comedy Central.
Hocus Pocus is mindless holiday fun for the whole family that may not be perfect, but it works in its own weird way.
Cold Creek Manor is a thriller that may leave you cold, so you might want to try renting this one first.
This classic epic romance comes to Blu-ray looking perhaps a little too shiny and new, but it is definitely worth owning.
Lovely Molly has scares and horror that we’ve seen before, only in better films.
Luis Buñuel’s final film is a masterpiece that examines the indefinable element of attraction. It arrives in a superbly transferred edition on Blu-ray from the StudioCanal Collection.
Where Do We Go Now? from Nadine Labaki tackles important issues of civil war over religion in Lebanon by delicately balancing humor, drama, and music.
Alien visitations, flying machines, and buried alien bodies are all speculated upon in this collection that brings together the first episode from all four seasons of this History Channel series.