Nicolas Cage puts in an underwhelming performance in this crime thriller that is saved by Roger Donaldson’s direction and cast member Guy Pearce.
Despite a less than stellar 3D conversion, this Korean sc-fi thriller is a satisfying mix of Alien and The Host that sci-fi geeks are sure to appreciate. The 2D transfer and strong lossless 5.1 soundtrack more than compensate for the 3D’s shortcomings.
A Bag of Hammers is an uneven indie comedy with a lot of heart that is still, in the end, an enjoyable film.
Aimed at your basic thrill seeker, Liosngate’s new Blu-ray, for Man on a Ledge, may fail as a film; however, on a technical level this is a pure winner.
Another classic bit of gothic horror from the Hammer catalogue arrives in a Double Play release from StudioCanal with this release of The Plague of the Zombies.
Dr. Seuss’ animated television classic Green Eggs and Ham arrives on Blu-ray with The Zax and The Sneetches tagging along; and while this release is surely enjoyable, I don’t know that a nearly $25 list price is worth it for 25-mins of content even with a DVD thrown in.
All the highs and lows of Vince, E, Turtle, and Drama are concluded in this 8th season of Entourage from HBO.
This Spider-Man 3 “reissue” from Sony is no more than the identical release minus the second disc of bonus features with new cover art and UltraViolet and a movie ticket offer included. On the positive side, since it is the same, the picture and sound are just as great.
This Means War is a refreshingly original romantic comedy that is funny and should appeal to men and women alike.
While there may be no features, Demoted is still worth a glance as the film and Anchor Bay’s Blu-ray, are both solid.