The King of the Streets is a straightforward kung fu film in the style of Bruce Lee that will make good rental for fans of the genre.
This glossy action flick looks great, but has too many plot holes to be satisfying.
Trance will have you spellbound by its imagery and acting for the majority of the film. It’s a wild ride indeed.
New World is a tense and violent crime thriller from South Korean filmmaker Park hoon-jung
Brian De Palma’s controversial psycho-sexual thriller Dressed to Kill comes to Blu-ray in a solid, feature rich release from Arrow.
Cinemax’s addictive action series Banshee hits Blu-ray in a feature-rich package from HBO.
This lame-brained direct-to-video action flick with WWE star Randy Orton isn’t even worth a rental on a slow day.
Bruce Willis returns for a fifth outing as John McClane in this run-of-the-mill sequel in the Die Hard franchise.
The classic Blaxploitation film that inspired Tarantino hits Blu-ray with lots of extras and a strong HD presentation.
Tomorrow You’re Gone is a thriller with a strong cast and B-grade quality — skip it if you don’t want to lose 90 minutes of your life needlessly.