Thai filmmaker M.L. Bhandevanop Devakul’s recreation of the Kurosawa Akira classic Rashomon is visually stunning, but a classic should never be fooled around with. This remake misses all the nuance of the Kurosawa original.
Supposedly scary, yet not really so, Anchor Bay’s Shadow People is just a bore.
This cult classic horror film from Sam Raimi arrives with a strong transfer and solid package of extras for fans across the pond.
This touching anime series arrives in beautiful collectible Blu-ray set from NIS America.
Chronicle mines the overused “found footage” territory for a flawed and meandering action film about teens with newly developed superpowers.
This original anime series from Aniplex’ and TV Tokyo’s Anime no Chikara project is a winner in this premium edition from NIS America packed in a sturdy, glossy slipcover and stuffed with a collectible 36-page hardcover art book.
Eureka satisfy cinephiles once again with a triumphant release of the masterful classic supernatural thriller Ugetsu monogatari from Japanese director Kenji Mizoguchi in this reference quality dual-format release from their Masters of Cinema series.
Ti West’s The Innkeepers is reminiscent of many other haunted house films in its style and technique, conjuring up Hitchcock classics and Kubrick’s The Shining, but it ultimately fails to deliver on the scares.
Dennis Quaid does his best in a not so great role, but Beneath the Darkness is a lame thriller all around despite his best effort.
A reasonably enjoyable entry to the high school romance/fantasy anime genre, The World God Only Knows: Season One arrives in a strong but spartan Blu-ray release from Sentai Filmworks.