This supernatural thriller, supposedly based on true events, stars a typecast Anthony Hopkins, but its predictable story and dull lead in relative newcomer Colin O’Donoghue make it less than thrilling.
Director Sydney Pollack’s stellar 1993 big screen interpretation of John Grisham’s gripping and suspenseful novel arrives on Blu-ray in a sparkling reference quality transfer from Paramount.
The classic sci-fi film is reissued yet again by MGM in spiffy new packaging with the same old underwhelming MPEG-2 transfer from the format’s early days.
Ice Road Truckers series spins off to one of the Deadliest Roads in the world high in Himalayas for a death defying reality series that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Biutiful is a wonderfully complex human drama from the director of Babel and 21 Grams. It comes to Blu-ray from Optimum Home Entertainment looking nicely cinematic.
Justin Bieber’s incredible story of overnight success is told in Never Say Never. Though the film is heartening, it feels too self-congratulatory is light on performances.
This intriguing classic thriller finally gets the Criterion treatment and though not great, it should be good enough to please cineastes.
Enter the secret world of garden gnomes in this charming animated reworking of Shakespeare’s tragedy that is not only fun for the whole family, but also a fine home theatre treat.
This bit of teen angst high school drama dressed up as sci-fi action thriller may offer a great home theatre experience, but it’s an altogether disappointing film.
This film noir marked the beginnings of the Japanese New Wave and set the standard for the yakuza film. It comes to Blu-ray in a typically solid release from the folks at Criterion.