Anton Yelchin is an average guy whose controlling girlfriend just won’t die — even when she’s already dead — in the comedy/horror flick Burying the Ex available on Blu-ray from RLJ Entertainment.
This is Sondheim and Lapine’s most successful collaboration, Into the Woods, portrayed by a superb cast, but released in its original low-resolution television format marked with artifacts and a score that sounds dry and compressed.
The reductive and uninspired action-comedy Drive Hard doesn’t offer much to recommend it
Aftermath is an average post-apocalyptic thriller that fails to provide anything original
The comedy/horror flick All Cheerleaders Die misses the mark on all counts
The afterlife charmer Chances Are arrives on Blu-ray for its 25th anniversary and makes for a good date night rental
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box is yet another below average fantasy film culled from the Young Adults book section
Save your ducats; this C-grade sci-fi flick is more of an accidental comedy
Blind Date is worse than a bad date, it’s an intolerably stupid and badly written movie.
Michael Caine gives a strong performance in this film about learning to love again