Check out our Blu-ray review of the action flick Into the Storm accompanied by a Q&A with director Steven Quale.
Clint Eastwood’s adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical about Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons makes it way onto Blu-ray from Warner
Melissa McCarthy returns to the well once more to draw up her now familiarly boorish big-screen persona in the comedy Tammy, out on Blu-ray from Warner
A few previous featurettes have gone missing, but this superior extended version of Desolation of Smaug and the over 9-hours of HD extras make this 5-disc set a must have collection.
Disaster L.A. is a zombie flick that takes all the superficial elements of a Romero film and squanders them early on. Avoid this one.
Warner reissues Gone with the Wind for its 75th anniversary in a feature-packed edition.
The Audrey Hepburn Collection offers a trio of some of Hepburn’s best roles, lovingly restored at a real bargain.
Michael Moore’s debut documentary Roger & Me about his hometown Flint, MI is like a prophesy from the late 80s today.
Leone’s gangster saga Once Upon a Time in America puts an exclamation mark on the gangster film period that began with The Godfather.
Arrow avoids the sophomore slump with an intense second season that finds the hero of justice emerge against all odds