A surprisingly good anime series based on a panchinko game, Battle Girls: Time Paradox is funny, sexy, and energetic.
R.I.P. Tony Scott, but you shall forever live on in your work, like this nearly perfect example of ’80s cinematic escapism — the high-flying, energetic, Top Gun, now available in a better than expected 3D edition.
Get out the popcorn — The Thieves is a nonstop joyride of a heist movie.
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome is an action-packed prequel to SyFy’s BSG re-imagining. Set in a CGI landscape, it holds true to its predecessor while infusing it with a youthful vigor.
Forced to Fight is entertaining and, surprisingly, thrilling at times – all thanks to a rather solid performance from Peter Weller.
Osombie is way over-the-top at times, but is still semi-entertaining for a ‘shut your brain’ off afternoon. If you have nothing better to watch, then give this one a spin for some mindless entertainment.
This low budget superhero thriller lacks the punch to make it an interesting watch.
These four Shakugan no Shana OVA episodes will be a must for fans of the anime series, but they are mostly stand-alone stories with no uniting story arc. Newcomers to the franchise would be better served starting with season one or the movie.
Fate/Stay Night is a beautifully animated series, but this first collection of episodes moves a bit too slowly.
Liam Neeson delivers a convincing performance as Bryan Mills in the sequel to Taken 2, now on Blu-ray from 20th Century Fox.