Sony’s reissue of the original Spider-Man movie doesn’t offer much new for those who already own the first Blu-ray release or original DVD, but if you’re new to Blu-ray (or Spider-Man) then definitely give this one a go.
Another Hammer Films cult classic hits Blu-ray from StudioCanal and although The Reptile may not be as effective as some of the other early Hammer films, it is still quite chilling.
The only thing this latest effort from golden boys Drafthouse Films is a parody of is itself — skip it.
A slick action film with cool visuals and a colorful cast of characters, Neon Flesh may go astray from time to time, but anyone into the action/crime thriller drama should find something to like here.
Another bland attempt at the home-made horror footage genre. This sums up Magnolia’s newest Blu-ray, for Playback.
Robert De Niro’s 1993 directorial debut, A Bronx Tale, is a satisfying, if somewhat uneven, coming of age story set in the Bronx’s Italian-American neighborhood of Fordham in the 1960s.
Meatballs is a classic Bill Murray comedy that is both nostalgic and timeless, offered up in a fine Blu-ray presentation from Lionsgate.
A brilliant and emotionally powerful film, In Darkness is one of the best films to date to tackle the subject of the holocaust.
Chicago in Chicago may have a tantalizing title, but the show’s general lack of energy, lackluster audio, and predictable set list may disappoint longtime fans.
Magnolia’s latest Blu-ray, for the hockey film Goon, arrives with an all-around solid package, something fans of the ‘feel-good’ sport films will love.