Albert Nobbs is a touching period drama that tackles gender roles powered by an excellent lead performance from Glenn Close.
This gorgeously animated, addictive, and well written horror/thriller anime series may plough the familiar grounds of the undead — vampires — but it is well worth viewing, especially in this reference Blu-ray/DVD combo pack from Funimation.
Another of China’s films celebrating the centennial of their 1911 revolution, The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake is a biopic about the legendary feminist revolutionary Qiu Jin.
Soar through the clouds in this magical Studio Ghibli animated classic, Castle in the Sky, finally hitting Blu-ray in the U.S. from another animation powerhouse, Disney.
A beautiful anime film from Studio Ghibli gets an equally beautiful release to Blu-ray from Disney.
Poor casting and writing mar this film adaptation of Janet Evanovich’s best-selling novels.
Even though Beyond is your run-of-the-mill action/thriller, Jon Voight’s performance makes this one worth renting.
Ken Burns’ flawed, but interesting, documentary mini-series on World War II hits Blu-ray in a solid six-disc set from PBS and Paramount.
Not as funny as I would have liked, Road Trip still is enjoyable thanks in part to the actors. Paramount’s Blu-ray is equally as good with a solid video/audio presentation.
Disney has done a brilliant transfer of this heartwarming Studio Ghibli animated fantasy, recommended wholeheartedly for family members of all ages.