Gods of the Arena turns up the the blood and cranks up the heat on Starz’ guilty pleasure, and while fans await the arrival of the next edition in the franchise, we bid a fond farewell to the series’ original titular lead, the late Andy Whitfield.
X-Men: First Class is a high octane and thoroughly enjoyable reboot of this Marvel Comics film franchise.
Thor is a mighty visual spectacle on Blu-ray that offers a satisfying home theatre experience coupled to a fun thrill-ride of a film.
The Sword with No Name is a visually stunning romantic historical romance from South Korea that arrives in a gorgeous Blu-ray release from Funimation.
An excellent return for this classic anime series, the feature-length Trigun: Badlands Rumble brings the sci-western back with an action packed adventure that fans will love.
This intense thriller from the Days of Glory director set in post-World War II France finds three displaced Algerian brothers caught up in the fight to liberate their homeland from the French colonialists.
Scarface says hello in grand style with a beautiful Blu-ray transfer, a bevvy of extras, and the original 1932 film on DVD in a classy Steelbook edition from Universal.
This is like Ong Bak meets a high school talent show — that’s how bad the acting, special effects, and story are in this unintentionally amusing and vastly disappointing film.
The Magnificent Seven, a reworking of Seven Samurai, receives its Blu-ray makeover in this 50th anniversary reissue. The ensemble work by the cast, a who’s who of 60′s actors, the outstanding Elmer Bernstein score, and some video magic make this an excellent watch.
This Blu-ray premiere of Sergio Leone’s initial “spaghetti” Western creates the Clint Eastwood persona The Man with No Name. Dramatic camera work and an evocative soundtrack contribute to the tension between the characters. Consider this a “workshop,” low budget film that entertains and paves the way for its improved successors.