Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle is a joyous and inspirational fantasy adventure for family members of all ages and Disney’s Blu-ray release is pure reference quality eye and ear candy from start to finish.
While Anchor Bay’s Blu-ray is solid, SyFy’s Earth’s Final Hours just isn’t worth your time.
This entry in the Tenchi Muyo! universe wraps up with an equally disappointing video transfer and ramped up mecha action that feels borrowed from other franchises.
Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar reminds fans of the best of the early years of this franchise, even if this transfer to Blu-ray isn’t so great.
Gamer is an absolute disaster of a film; an exercise in excess, silliness, and, ironically, one-dimensional characters.
Thale is a fairly well executed Norwegian fantasy-thriller based in old Nordic folklore that is at least worthy of a rental for fans of the genre.
A wholly unnecessary wrap up to the Scanners franchise, Scanners III arrives on Blu-ray with a poor transfer worthy of the poor quality of the film itself.
A disappointing sequel to David Cronenberg’s cult classic is offered up on Blu-ray with a middling transfer from Second Sight Films.
David Cronenberg’s cult classic Scanners gets a strong Steelbook release from Second Sight. The riveting, visually stunning sci-fi horror story straddles the line between 70s grit and 80s gloss, is over-the-top, visceral, and addictive in its paranoia.
While over-the-top at times, Magnolia’s Storage 24 is still entertaining enough to warrant a viewing.