The twisted minds at Robot Chicken take on the heroes (and villains) of DC Comics in this special that clocks in at just over 22-minutes long.
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.
Endeavour: Series 1 offers up a solid prequel to the classic mystery series Inspector Morse for those fans who have been longing for more of their favorite British gumshoe.
The Life of Oharu is a poetic journey of a woman fallen from director Mizoguchi Kenji, restored in a rich HD transfer from the Criterion Collection.
Despite having an all around solid cast, 20th Century Fox’s The Oranges ultimately fails due to a rather weak middle act.
The iconic 60s sitcom arrives in beautifully restored high definition transfer of its fourth season on Blu-ray from RLJ Entertainment.
On the list of great submarine thrillers, Phantom doesn’t even rank.
Grave of the Fireflies is a poignant look at the devastation of war and the family bonds that can survive it, even after death
Miyazaki Hayao’s coming of age fantasy Kiki’s Delivery Service may not be as fleshed out as some of Studio Ghibli’s other classics, but it is still an enjoyable bit of family entertainment.
The second entry in Stephen Chung’s steampunk martial arts trilogy strengthens the action, comedy, and characters for a more enjoyable romp.