This film lacks passion, vengeance, and cohesion, making it a miss, even for the often forgiving martial arts genre’s target market.
A long, tedious “epic” with pretensions of being a new Lawrence of Arabia, Day of the Falcon is all glitz and no soul.
This 80s fantasy-adventure film from Ron Howard and George Lucas gets a solid transfer to Blu-ray Disc for its 25th anniversary.
The Shakugan no Shana saga comes to end with the third season, wrapping up some of the storylines tightly, some not so much. The action-packed series finale, offered in two separate packages from FUNimation, leaves just enough of an opening for it to return one day.
This uneven Star Trek series comes to Blu-ray with a less than stellar 1080p transfer.
This humorous fantasy-actioner from writer/director Yee Tung-Shing is a surprising change of pace for the director, even though it is somewhat uneven. Despite some flaws, the film still provides a fun watch.
Bolstered by a strong performance by Luke Goss, Interview With A Hitman is a swift, fast paced film well worth checking out.
Featuring a few high flying moments, thanks in part to the always entertaining Jackie Chan, Shout’s Double Feature Blu-ray comes recommended for Chan fans.
This first feature-film from the the Warhammer franchise may appeal to the faithful, but it is really no more that an elongated cut scene.
Company of Heroes is a straightforward World War II action film with a somewhat contrived plot, but it will probably still appeal to folks who like all-out action flicks.