This sci-fi/thriller series had a unique premise and strong cast, but fell victim to Fox network’s itchy trigger finger. If you were a fan of the short-lived series, here’s your chance to catch all 13-episodes in high quality HD.
Awesome hi-res sound and brilliant stripped-down live performances make this concert video/documentary a Neil Young film you’ll want to pick up.
There may be a baby on board, but all the crime solving you’ve come to expect is still right here in the seventh season of Fox network’s Bones.
Even though Chernobyl Diaries does nothing to reinvent the horror genre, some of the film’s scares make this one worth a rental.
Lost Girl is a funny, sexy, sci-fi/fantasy series that offers a breath of fresh air on television for the genre.
Even though I had a few reserves with the film’s audio, Killer Klowns, now on Blu-ray from MGM, reminds me of a time when films were just fun.
Regardless of your ending view of the film itself, one can’t deny that Director Ridley Scott knows how to make epic films. Prometheus is yet another example of why Scott is one of the finest directors ever.
Oliver Stone’s classic look at Reagan-era avarice arrives in a solid Filmmakers Signature Series Blu-ray release from Fox.
Moonrise Kingdom recycles some of Wes Anderson’s most common traits as a filmmaker for an uneven yet still ultimately enjoyable film about first love.
Anne Hathaway is enchanting in her role as Ella, but this Cinderella re-imagining is a bit too uneven and silly for its own good.