The anime franchise returns with a feature-length film that will please many fans with its edge-of-the-seat action, dazzling animation, and strong hero, but those unfamiliar may be a little confused by its story.
Outrageous and action-packed, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is ridiculously silly fun from beginning to end.
Action, mystery, high school romance — Aria: The Scarlet Ammo has it all for what’s a sometimes confused, yet still enjoyable mixture of multiple anime genres wrapped into one.
The Amazing Spider-Man is less a reboot than it is slight retelling of the Spider-Man origin, but it lacks some punch when it comes to consistent action sequences and a clearly defined villain.
Well Go USA’s Blu-ray for The Courier arrives with a solid V/A presentation for a film that isn’t necessarily solid, but does provide us with slightly serviceable entertainment.
Avatar finally makes it to retail on Blu-ray 3D, but with the same transfer on no extras.
This risqué, action-filled anime series is a fun romp, even if it is isn’t exactly perfectly done.
Even though we’ve seen this one before, Bedevilled works thanks in part to it’s strong performances.
This South Korean spy thriller doesn’t quite reach the heights of Bond, Bourne, or Tinker Tailor, but the energetic action sequences and kick-butt performance from gorgeous female lead Soo Ae make it one worth watching.
This 1978 Euan Lloyd-produced cult action film features three of the most familiar veteran British actors in Richard Burton, Richard Harris, and Roger Moore, but the story is a silly spectacle of humor and action sequences worthy of its cult status.