Joss Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men comics come alive in these fascinating motion comic editions form Marvel Knights and Shout! Factory.
This fantastic anime adventure immerses you in a beautiful, heartfelt world reminiscent of the works of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli.
In commemoration of its debut 50 years ago, Arthaus Musik has released a stunning Blu-ray version of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem. Andris Nelsons directs a strong group of soloists, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a moving performance that gets my nod as one of the must-watch discs of the year.
The complete oddity of Excision just never clicked for me, despite Anchor Bay’s technically impressive Blu-ray.
A blood feud provides the basis for The Forgiveness of Blood, an Albanian film, directed by Joshua Marston. Viewers will get a powerful drama that examines the very core of family bonds, the concepts of kinship and honor, and the harsh justice meted out by an ancient code of law.
Well Go USA’s Blu-ray for General Education has an interesting message on paper, but ultimately it doesn’t end up working.
Gorgeously animated with a compelling story arc, Hellsing Ultimate resurrects this popular manga for a fantastic OVA anime series that fans will definitely love.
Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines continues this uninventive franchise by offering more vicarious gore for those seeking a bit of legitimized “snuff porn.”
A humorous “odd couple” road trip comedy from John Hughes featuring Steve Martin and the legendary John Candy, Planes, Trains and Automobiles is a real knee-slapper straight through.
The hilarious romantic comedy returns for a big fat 10th anniversary release on Blu-ray.