This sci-fi fantasy anime feature-length film reworks Sleeping Beauty into a nightmarish dystopian future of deadly viruses, thorny vines, and mutated beasts. It has stunning animation and a gorgeous soundtrack to go along with it.
This homage to the 1970s television series is immeasurably cheesy in the way only the Japanese can be when it comes to these sorts of films, but it definitely has its market.
Season 4 of Sons of Anarchy continues where the third Season left off, only this time the emotion and raw power of each episode has increased.
The assassin concept is featured once more in Anchor Bay’s One In The Chamber, now on Blu-ray with an excellent video transfer, and a somewhat questionable audio track.
Viruses, family fights, and top-rate action sum up The Viral Factor.
Safe is a big-hearted action romp that is classic Jason Statham and perfect Saturday afternoon popcorn fodder.
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.