Mario Bava’s classic 1960 Italian Gothic horror film starring “scream Queen” Barbara Steele arrives in strong, feature-rich Blu-ray edition from Arrow Films.
A few solid performances help to catapult Magnolia’s Deadfall into a film that’s well worth a look.
Collision Earth, the latest Earth disaster themed film from Anchor Bay Entertainment, reeks of trying to be too smart for its own good.
Argo is a great thriller/docudrama, despite knowing the inevitable outcome. Affleck does a bang-up job both in front of and behind the lens.
Bond is back and better than ever in this glamorous, action-filled adventure that fulfills the promise set by Casino Royale.
A fast-paced anime series with strong character design and an interesting storyline, Kamisama Dolls on Blu-ray only disappoints with its somewhat average 1080i transfer.
Sensual, erotic, frightening, visceral, and claustrophobic, 1964′s Onibaba from Shindō Kaneto is a riveting, must-see experience, and it is beautifully delivered on Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema series.
A surprisingly good anime series based on a panchinko game, Battle Girls: Time Paradox is funny, sexy, and energetic.
Powerful performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and beautiful cinematography, make Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest, The Master, a satisfying film, but one that still ranks among his weakest.
These lovable monsters are scaring up a storm in a dazzling 3D version just before they head off to University.