Tinker Bell returns in Disney’s strongest Disney Fairies adventure yet with Secret of the Wings.
Lady and the Tramp II is another direct-to-video sequel from Disney that can’t come close to the original, but it still looks and sounds great on Blu-ray.
This over-the-top cult classic won’t win many awards, but for cult film fans, Class of Nuke ‘Em High is still a fun watch and looks as good as it can get in this edition from Arrow Video.
Over-the-top action, yet no real sense of story, defines Anchor Bay’s newest Blu-ray for Hijacked.
This throwback to the grindhouse days of the 60s and 70s may find an audience in fans of exploitation flicks and has a good chance of becoming a cult classic, but everyone else may want to steer clear.
Set Up just isn’t ever worth your time, despite Lionsgate’s impressive technical presentation.
Anchor Bay has brought a cliche riddled film in Carjacked to Blu-ray with fine video and audio. Just too bad the film is so bad.
Bruce Campbell headlines this somewhat disappointing direct-to-video feature that acts a a sequel of sorts to the Burn Notice series, setting up the back story for his Sam Axe character.
This ludicrous direct-to-video prison flick will appeal solely to hardcore MMA fans.
This 2010 remake of the 1988 B-movie horror flick comes off as pointless and dull, but the Blu-ray provides a solid home theatre experience, nonetheless.