The Fourth Season of Chuck continues the zany adventures of Chuck Bartowski and his friends. With good video, lossless audio and a few nice features, this Fourth Season comes very recommended for fans of the series.
The sound is excellent for this 2004 show, but every one of this band’s songs just bleeds into one in a seemingly never ending four-hour-long concert of only 18 tracks.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night attempts to enter the werewolf-vampire-ghoul-zombie sweepstakes. A weak script and less than stellar cinematography keep this BD from hitting the night creature mark.
Yes puts their musical talents on stage with orchestral back up. This 2002 concert recording includes most of their big hits. The sound is superb, the picture a bit less satisfying. Steve Howe is a guitar genius that is well worth the price of admission.
Emerson, Lake and Palmer celebrate 40 years of astounding music in this 2010 High Voltage Festival Concert. These senior citizens are in superb form although the lossy soundtrack undermines some of the program’s unquestionable power.
Procol Harum, one of the UK band legends, plays a top drawer concert in this 2003 video recorded at Union Chapel. A play list of mostly favorites is well supported by excellent audio and video production.
Hoodwinked Too attempts to feed off the success of its predecessor with mixed results. The animation and soundtrack are generally first rate, the story line not so much.
The Reef is Australia’s worthy contribution to the “lost in shark-infested waters” film genre. Excellent cinematography and a tense script contribute to a stressful 90 minutes.
The Scary Movie franchise starts to wear thin in this third installment. There are some very funny moments, just not enough of them when compared to its predecessors.
Scary Movie 2 is a mindless and occasionally tasteless addition to the Scary Movie franchise. Good videography overcomes a lack of originality. There are enough laughs here to keep viewers engaged.