The Comedy of Terrors brings together Price, Lorre, and Karloff for a funny comedy horror romp on Blu-ray.
A dated film with ’50s stereotypes and a hokey script is largely redeemed by young Eddie Hodges’s sparkling cinematic debut.
High school girls just want to have fun in the comedy anime series Chronicles of the Going Home Club.
An average man feeds his masochism with a bevvy of sexy dominatrices until it gets out of control in the dark comedy R100.
In an alternate early 20th century, a young puppeteer and his humanoid automaton seek revenge against the magi who killed his family in Unbreakable Machine-Doll.
Tim Burton’s update of the Roald Dahl classic features a creepy Johny Depp as the iconic Willy Wonka and stunning visual effects.
One of the several American International Pictures “beach” movies that provides for a modicum of listening and viewing pleasure.
Well established stars mesh perfectly with an Italian newcomer is this swinging ’60s romantic comedy
The trio of dimwits returns for more revenge on their employers in Horrible Bosses 2
A group of devoted filmmakers is caught up in the clash of two rival yakuza clans in this over-the-top comedy crime thriller from writer/director Sono Sion.