Charlize Theron puts on a stirring performance in this Diablo Cody scripted dark comedy that is a straight up, no chaser journey through the dark side of the human psyche.
The first in StudioCanal’s series of Hammer releases arrives with this Double Play release of the cult horror classic Dracula: Prince of Darkness.
Reasonably enjoyable martial arts adventure with appearances by some legends of the field, Blade of Kings is definitely worth a rental by fans of the genre.
Disappointing drama about the last days of disco arrives in an equally disappointing transfer to Blu-ray from Miramax/Lionsgate.
As disaster films go, Ice Quake isn’t the best but as made-for-tv films go, this one is well worth checking out.
Neverland is an interesting prequel to the Peter Pan story that fits in with the mythology nicely.
A weak sequel to the 2006 blockbuster comes to Blu-ray looking and sounding spectacular.
Featuring real humor and fun, Dreamworks has put together a faithful Blu-ray 3D release for Puss in Boots.
A hip and refreshing horror experience from the BBC, The Fades’ first season arrives in a solid Blu-ray package well worth the price of admission.
A scary, but flawed, horror film with a good, region-free transfer to Blu-ray from the UK’s Arrow Films, The Shrine is at the very least a worthy rental for horror fans.