This meandering crime procedural from Ami Canaan Mann, daughter of Michael Mann, feels directionless and convoluted, but it still looks strong on Blu-ray.
David Lynch’s sexy, shocking, and controversial neo-noir film Blue Velvet arrives with a middling transfer to high definition and fifty-one-minutes of newly-transferred lost footage in high definition overseen by Lynch himself.
This Guillermo Del Toro produced horror/thriller offers up a good scare for the first two acts and a bit of disappointing finale, but the Blu-ray release from Optimum is pure home theatre heaven.
An intriguing mystery thriller set against the picturesque Roman backdrop, Zen is a slick blend of Euro-Cultures, intriguing mysteries, and sexy drama.
I don’t know why this Liam Neeson thriller (on a technically strong Blu-ray) didn’t strike a chord with audiences. But I have a theory.
The Big Bang packs a great home theatre punch, but offers more style than substance in its David Lynch and Raymond Chandler inspired neo-noir detective story.
Scream 2 looks just as good as Scream on Blu-ray, but is this sequel double the thrills and double the scares?
MPI has served the cause of the original Sherlock Holmes series faithfully with meticulous restorations of these fourteen film noirs. Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce set the standard for Holmes and Watson which has never been equalled or surpassed.
Scooby and the gang get together to investigate spooky mysteries in Scooby-Doo 1 and 2 — a Family Double Feature 2-Disc pack from Warner.
Sherlock brings Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective to life in a new, edgy, and modern realization that easily translates to the internet age.