This uninspired sci-fi remake nevertheless yields fantastic results on this Blu-ray release from Sony.
Level E has strong animation work and witty dialogue, but the unlikable characters and mix of too many story arcs makes it a mediocre series.
Snowmageddon, Anchor Bay’s latest disaster romp fest, is a decently entertaining film that is best watched when you have nothing better to do.
Three apocalyptic visions of humanity’s future come together in Doomsday Book, the sci-fi anthology from South Korean directors Kim Ji-woon and Yim Pil-Sung. While on the whole, it is nothing groundbreaking, it should appeal to most sci-fi fans.
A classic comedy from Britain’s Ealing Studios, The Man in the White Suit features superb performances from a young Alec Guinness and a sultry Joan Greenwood.
Although it is graphically strong, its frustratingly dense plot makes this anime series most enjoyable for those already familiar with the series of light novels upon which it was based.
The Men in Black return for a third go around with fine results, providing good laughs, a big-hearted story, and, of course, lots of great special effects.
Transformers Prime: Season Two will transport longtime fans of this Hasbro franchise right back to their childhoods and younger fans will be pleased with the fantastic level of action and character development in the second season.
A magnificently blood soaked continuation of this OVA, Hellsing Ultimate: Volumes 5-8 is a must for fans of the series and the manga.
Iconic ’80s flick Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure is a purely silly, quick-paced romp filled with some genuine humor.