Certainly MGM’s Blu-ray for Death Wish 4: The Crackdown is serviceable, but I can’t really say the same for the film itself.
This third entry into the Death Wish series is easily the best of them all, mainly because of how over-the-top it is.
Shark Week is yet another laughably bad made-for-TV film from The Asylum and SyFy that will have you wanting to turn it off 10-minutes into viewing.
Charles Bronson is back….for more butt kicking fun in Death Wish 2, arriving on Blu-ray from MGM with a V/A presentation that is the best the film has ever looked.
Quick is South Korea’s answer to Speed, only faster, funnier, and better. The Blu-ray from Shout! Factory is also a home theatre winner.
An epic Chinese historical drama from director Daniel Lee, White Vengeance is an addictive and riveting mix of action, lavish sets, and political intrigue.
MPI’s Blu-ray for the film Kill List hits every pitch thrown at it with utter greatness. Definitely check this one out immediately.
Aardman finds major booty with this band of stop-motion pirates in 3D or otherwise on Blu-ray; its wonderfully funny and filled with fun for the entire family.
This anime series mixes chambara and fantasy with political intrigue in a tightly woven story set at the end of Japan’s shogunate era — and it works.
Lady and the Tramp II is another direct-to-video sequel from Disney that can’t come close to the original, but it still looks and sounds great on Blu-ray.