Director Xan Cassavetes’ poor script ultimately ends up being the stake in this average vampire flick
Hammer of the Gods is less epic than its title suggests, but it makes for a good bit of escapism in this Blu-ray from Magnolia
Venus and Serena is one of the most inspiring sports documentaries you’ll ever see.
A Place at the Table is a powerful and gripping documentary on hunger in a land of wealth that will change how you see things.
John Dies at the End puts a strange twist on the comedy/horror genre that’s worth checking out.
Thai filmmaker M.L. Bhandevanop Devakul’s recreation of the Kurosawa Akira classic Rashomon is visually stunning, but a classic should never be fooled around with. This remake misses all the nuance of the Kurosawa original.
A visually stunning martial arts fantasy, The Sorcerer and the White Snake is a fun ride from beginning to end.
While over-the-top at times, Magnolia’s Storage 24 is still entertaining enough to warrant a viewing.
Sushi Girl is an oddball crime caper mixing over-the-top archetypes, copious violence and nudity to create an instant exploitation cult classic.
With a unique style of humor, good video, decent audio and a few features, Bobcat Goldthwait’s God Bless America, now on Blu-ray from Magnolia, is worth a look.