This classic 1963 World War II adventure film features one of the greatest chase scenes ever, courtesy of the inimitable Steve McQueen. The cast of who’s who actors and high quality of the story makes it the perfect Father’s Day gift.
Bond is back and better than ever in this glamorous, action-filled adventure that fulfills the promise set by Casino Royale.
One of the funniest films of all time, Woody Allen’s Sleeper combines sheer physical comedy with a rushing torrent of clever dialogue and repartee. Superbly remastered, this film will provide a fast trip with countless laughs along the way.
Woody Allen gives us an up-close portrait of three siblings in the larger context of their family and friends. Tour de force ensemble acting and excellent pacing make for an enjoyable if occasionally stressful watch as we are exposed some dark themes of infidelity, alcoholism and substance abuse.
Lacking any real substance, MGM’s Jeepers Creepers, now on Blu-ray, is yet another dull modern era Hollywood horror movie.
Even though I had a few reserves with the film’s audio, Killer Klowns, now on Blu-ray from MGM, reminds me of a time when films were just fun.
With a lack of real quality, consistent scares, this sequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre fails to spark any real substance.
Certainly MGM’s Blu-ray for Death Wish 4: The Crackdown is serviceable, but I can’t really say the same for the film itself.
This third entry into the Death Wish series is easily the best of them all, mainly because of how over-the-top it is.
Charles Bronson is back….for more butt kicking fun in Death Wish 2, arriving on Blu-ray from MGM with a V/A presentation that is the best the film has ever looked.