Robin Williams is strong in this dramatic role, but this 2003 yuppie thriller is far from chilling.
Trance more than lives up to its name, and will have you spellbound by its imagery and acting for the majority of the film. It’s a wild ride indeed.
Hitchcock, a biographical coverage of the filming of the director’s horror masterpiece Psycho, provides less than spine tingling moments in spite of a strong cast and excellent cinematography.
This romantic comedy avoids all the cliché pitfalls and provides a hip, new take on the genre.
Shame is a riveting psychosexual drama from British director Steve McQueen featuring superb performances from Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan.
Another Earth is a powerful human drama in the guise of science fiction and it arrives in a solid Blu-ray combo pack release from Fox.
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan may disappoint those familiar with the book and even those looking for a good bit of Asian historical fiction, for me, it was just too dour from beginning to end and obviously intended to pluck at the heartstrings.
The Tree of Life is an existential and impressionistic look at the human experience, marvelous in ts visual aesthetic and emotional achievement. It arrives in a barebones Combo Pack that nonetheless offers reference quality audio and video.
A naïve, emotionally stunted thirty-something insurance salesman from the Midwest has to grow up quickly when he goes to the “big” town of Cedar Rapids, Iowa for an insurance convention in this offbeat, but charming grownup comedy.
The human will to survive is on display in this wonderfully intense film based on a true story from Slum Dog director Danny Boyle.