Primeval: New World is a disappointing spin-off of the original British hit sci-fi series.
Populaire is a charming French rom-com set in the 1950s with a superficial resemblance to Mad Men that will satisfy date night needs on Blu-ray
A fantastic season of the paranormal series Haven may have ended by opening up more questions than it answered, but it was worth it.
In the House (Dans la maison) is director Claude Orzon’s clever and witty look at the crossover between fact, fiction, and voyeurism.
This glossy action flick looks great, but has too many plot holes to be satisfying.
Solid action pieces, fine acting, and a top notch Blu-ray for Entertainment One’s The Sweeney, all adds up to a highly recommended film.
This Norwegian medieval survival adventure is light on the plot and heavy on the action, with good shots of the Scandinavian scenery. It’s a watch it and forget it popcorn flick for a slow weekend.
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.
War of the Dead is a wartime horror/thriller that’s as dead as a doornail.
Director Luc Besson gives us a moving, well-crafted docudrama about Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Atmospheric score and cinematography support a powerful performance by Michele Yeoh as The Lady and her struggle to bring democracy to the oppressed people of Burma.