A Monster in Paris is a delightful CG-animated film from Shark Tale director Bibo Bergeron. Returning to his native France, he feels revived, inspired, and has offered up an original, richly detailed tale for the family.
An escapist martial arts special effects fantasy film that is never too serious, Woochi is just the right film to pull you out of a dull weekend.
Two action-packed Jackie Chan classics arrive together in one package on Blu-ray for fans of old school Hong Kong cinema action flicks.
Featuring a few high flying moments, thanks in part to the always entertaining Jackie Chan, Shout’s Double Feature Blu-ray comes recommended for Chan fans.
This documentary about the late and legendary Bruce Lee explores the martial arts expert’s impact in a wide array of cultural fields.
Joss Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men comics come alive in these fascinating motion comic editions form Marvel Knights and Shout! Factory.
The classic G.I. Joe returns with an all new animated series that is just as action-filled as the one you remember when you were a kid.
A bland zombie story, mixed in with a rather weak video/audio presentation, make Shout! Factory’s Blu-ray for Remains one you can skip.
In a typically austere, late-70s fashion, this French film, filmed against the stark backdrop of Scotland’s Glasgow, anticipated the reality TV craze decades ahead of time. Shout! Factory finally brings it to the U.S. in its original director’s cut for a truly powerful experience.
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.