Kick-ass martial arts moves, grindhouse camp, sexy women, and beautiful locales make this action flick from Magnolia’s Magnet label worth at least a rental.
A beautifully filmed and satisfying action-adventure film, Special Forces (Forces Spéciales) has some minor flaws that are overcome by the beautiful cinematography, awesome gunplay, and solid transfer to Blu-ray.
Machines, beasts, Transformers? This just about sums up Anchor Bay’s latest Blu-ray, Metal Shifters.
Redline is a mesmerizing, hyperactive, auto-racing, sci-fi thrill ride that redefines the term “anime” and it arrives in an awesome, reference Blu-ray release from Anchor Bay Entertainment that is an absolutely thrilling home theatre experience.
Starz/Anchor Bay’s newest Blu-ray, for The Son of No One, arrives on Blu-ray with a solid V/A technical presentation.
This throwback to the grindhouse days of the 60s and 70s may find an audience in fans of exploitation flicks and has a good chance of becoming a cult classic, but everyone else may want to steer clear.
This sci-fi mecha anime series is packed with action and a little bit of political intrigue plus looks and sounds gorgeous on this Blu-ray release from Sentai Filmworks.
Michael Bay’s latest action-fest extravaganza arrives on Blu-ray with video and audio sure to please even the harshest critics.
Requiem: Phantom for the Requiem has a few weak spots, but this crime drama/dark romance is an awesome anime series nonetheless that looks and sounds excellent in this Blu-ray Combo Pack edition from FUNimation Entertainment.
While writer/Director Andrew Niccol’s middling sci-fi thriller In Time does show an uncanny prescience concerning the current debate over the haves and have nots, it’s mostly a second rate William Gibson knock off that is also a rehash if his own 1997 film Gattaca.