The infamous family feud between the Hatfields and McCoys plays out in this addictive History Channel mini-series, out on Blu-ray courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
This mediocre psychological drama from director D. W. Brown has one thing going for it, and that’s Olivia Wilde.
Luis Buñuel’s classic surrealist comedy of manners, Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie, shows up freshly restored on Blu-ray from StudioCanal in time for its 40th anniversary.
Over-the-top action, yet no real sense of story, defines Anchor Bay’s newest Blu-ray for Hijacked.
Although it is a bit of a cut-rate Fargo, there is something to like in Thin Ice (aka The Convincer), especially if you choose the director’s cut and not the unauthorized “theatrical version,” which does a hatchet job on an already middling film at best.
The classic Wes Anderson quirky style of dysfunctional comedy is well on display in The Royal Tenenbaums coming to Blu-ray in a definitive Blu-ray edition from the Criterion Collection.
World renowned master sushi chef Ono Jiro is profiled in this insightful and delectable documentary arriving on Blu-ray from Magnolia Home Entertainment.
A stellar opening concert at the Salzburg Festival 2011 comes courtesy of veteran maestro Pierre Boulez with superb orchestra, chorus and soloists. Definitely a night for classical music fans to remember
A rarely performed trio of one act operas, Puccini’s Il Trittico gets a great performance by the Royal Opera House forces directed by Antonio Pappano. Strong casting for each opera is upheld for the most part by director Richard Jones concepts.
This SyFy mini-series of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel fails to truly convey any of its adventure and danger, despite a strong, A-list cast.