Highlighted by a great performance from Willem Dafoe, The Hunter is a well-made action/drama that fans of Dafoe will eat up.
This gritty wartime action-drama captures some spectacular battle scenes, only faltering when it tries to incorporate its themes of unlikely camaraderie between enemies. Still, My Way will satisfy fans of the genre and offers up a more than solid slice of home theatre entertainment on Blu-ray.
This 30-minute feature is wonderfully animated, but does suffer from a somewhat confusing storyline and a lackluster transfer.
In its fourth season, SyFy’s Sanctuary makes a few minor changes that keep this freak-of-the-week fan favorite interesting. It also arrives in a pleasing Blu-ray set from Entertainment One.
This silly disaster flick is burdened with bad visual effects and a dumb plot.
Boldly go where no one has gone before with this spectacular restoration of the classic sci-fi series, Star Trek: The Next Generation — Season One, arriving for the very first time on Blu-ray.
With fine acting, tense moments, and an excellent Blu-ray presentation from HBO, this first season of original Cinemax series Strike Back comes recommended.
This mindless sci-fi actioner channels Die Hard, Escape From New York, and Blade Runner, but still manages to offer a bit of home theatre popcorn fun.
Highlighted by a strong performance from Agbaje, Best Laid Plans is a title worth looking into.
Drugs, dirty cops, and a sexually assaulted stripper out for vengeance; where have I seen this before? Oh, I know — every other direct-to-video B-grade exploitation flick ever made! Skip this uninspired 1980s “homage”…please.