As hostage films go, Anchor Bay’s Pawn is better than your average with a few clever twists.
While Anchor Bay’s Blu-ray is solid, SyFy’s Earth’s Final Hours just isn’t worth your time.
A lack of consistency from scene to scene, ultimately ends up hurting Anchor Bay’s Lay The Favorite.
Donnie Yen’s latest wuxia film offers a winning mix of martial arts action and thrilling drama.
Supposedly scary, yet not really so, Anchor Bay’s Shadow People is just a bore.
Anchor Bay’s Border Run contains a solid performance by Sharon Stone, but ultimately fails due to a rushed second half.
While the film itself isn’t perfect in any sense, Mimesis surprised me with its attention to detail. For that reason alone, I’ll chalk this one as something worth watching for all you horror fans out there.
This first feature-film from the the Warhammer franchise may appeal to the faithful, but it is really no more that an elongated cut scene.
Lacking real quality and substance, the reuniting of Alicia Silverstone and Director Amy Heckerling just doesn’t work.
Collision Earth, the latest Earth disaster themed film from Anchor Bay Entertainment, reeks of trying to be too smart for its own good.