Two classic, action-packed, family friendly animated adventure films starring cute mice from “house of mouse” Disney on Blu-ray, what more could you ask for?
Three of Stallone’s better films are featured in this recommended Blu-ray set, arriving with a low price, from Lionsgate.
This sexy, action-filled anime series produced by A.C.G.T comes to Blu-ray in a strong combo pack release from Funimation.
Julien Leclercq’s, The Assault, based on the true story the 1994 Christmastime highjacking of an Air France airplane, has all the visual style to make it worthwhile, but it is hurt by a less than perfect screenplay.
Shakugan no Shana is a fun, action-packed sci-fi/fantasy high school romance anime series, but the up-scaled video transfer is disappointing in every way.
The epic Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale, a film that chronicles the struggles of the aboriginal Taiwanese people against the colonial Japanese at the beginning of the 20th century, is one that shouldn’t be missed, even in its edited version.
Over-the-top action, yet no real sense of story, defines Anchor Bay’s newest Blu-ray for Hijacked.
This SyFy mini-series of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel fails to truly convey any of its adventure and danger, despite a strong, A-list cast.
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.