The second Dr. Who feature film from 1966 is sure to please fans of the classic franchise and fans of classic B-grade sci-fi.
This classic Dr. Who feature film will please longtime fans of the franchise, but may perplex contemporary audiences used to the new Doctor Who series.
Appleseed XIII brings this atmospheric sci-fi franchise back with a visual flare and philosophical exploration of humanity’s future, evoking the best of Ghost in the Shell.
Halo fans should be pleased with this action-packed FPS-inspired diversion.
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is 90-minutes of turn off your brain entertainment with an aggressive 3D production that makes it good weekend popcorn fun.
Tomorrow You’re Gone is a thriller with a strong cast and B-grade quality — skip it if you don’t want to lose 90 minutes of your life needlessly.
Garbage reunite after a seven-year hiatus and lay down a kick-ass live performance of their hits in this 2012 performance from the Mile High state.
John Cusack’s performance helps power this suspenseful indie thriller from director Kasper Barfoed, making it a more than worthy effort and an enjoyable popcorn flick.
This opulent epic gets a dazzling high definition release on Blu-ray from 20th Century Fox.
Italian filmmaker Tinto Brass’ artsy soft-porn classic The Key arrives uncensored on Blu-ray for UK connoisseurs, but those looking for pristine HD need to look elsewhere.