Christopher Nolan’s latest effort Interstellar tries so hard to be so many things all at once that it becomes too unruly to handle.
The Vanishing is brilliant, yet disturbing film that weaves a spell-binding tale of abduction, pursuit, and resolution although not necessarily in that order. Criterion’s Blu-ray release is of typically high quality.
Vincent Price was a king of the B-movie and this second collection of his biggest horror films from Shout! Factory more than justifies his position at the top of the pedestal.
The Scribbler graphic novel adaptation by director John Suits makes a visually impressive yet chaotic impression on Blu-ray from XLRator Media.
Nicolas Cage stars in this derivative, direct-to-disc thriller Tokarev, AKA Rage, and it’s only worth watching if you want to waste time.
Nightcap, or Merci pour le chocolat is an enjoyable but only average late effort from great French filmmaker Claude Chabrol.
Nothing Bad Can Happen is a gripping psychological thriller from debut feature filmmaker Katrin Gebbe.
Fritz Lang and Bertolt Brecht’s Hangmen Also Die is a beautifully filmed, wartime thriller.
Homeland’s uneven third season gets a good Blu-ray release from Fox ahead of the upcoming new season.
Aftermath is an average post-apocalyptic thriller that fails to provide anything original