Gamer is an absolute disaster of a film; an exercise in excess, silliness, and, ironically, one-dimensional characters.
Surprising at times, and with a great performance by Tom Cruise, Paramount’s Jack Reacher is a must own Blu-ray.
This intense western, from an Elmore Leonard story, features Glenn Ford and Van Heflin in two powerful performances. The gorgeous black and white cinematography is made new again by a superb transfer from the Criterion Collection.
An excellent cast helps to propel Warner’s Gangster Squad – an all around fun, entertaining film that never takes itself too serious.
Missing a couple of beats, adding some new secret sauce and wrapping it up in one of the funkiest packages we’ve ever seen, “Phase One” is a celebration of the Avengers saga thus far.
Donnie Yen’s latest wuxia film offers a winning mix of martial arts action and thrilling drama.
This entry in Marvel’s Iron Man franchise from anime powerhouse Madhouse is visually stunning, with a fantastic Japanese voice cast, but the story is bit of a letdown and the English cast just doesn’t work.
A visually stunning martial arts fantasy, The Sorcerer and the White Snake is a fun ride from beginning to end.
A relatively minor film from George A. Romero’s output, this unusual action/fantasy biker film nevertheless gets a solid, feature-rich release from the folks at Arrow Video.
The first in an announced trilogy, this high-flying, action-filled wuxia film from directors Gordon Chan and Janet Chun may set up a coming story, but it is confused and lacks proper character development. Despite all of that, the Blu-ray does offer a treat for home theatres and fans of the genre.