Commuter - Blu-ray ReviewAnd the late-career action hero rebirth of Liam Neeson successfully concludes with The Commuter.  That’s right, folks, this is it for Neeson.  Well, that’s if he is to be believed.  Is The Commuter the high note it needs to be for such an announcement?  Not really.  It is, at its  ...

Blood Hook: Limited Edition (2018) - Blu-rayKeep those tongues firmly in your cheeks, Horror Hounds and Gore-Gore Girls. A true cult classic is back in circulation to make sure you treat the water and all your fishing poles with respect OR ELSE! ...

Proud Mary - Blu-ray ReviewIt begins with The Temptations. You know the groove. The high-hat and then the bass guitar; both working to dig deeper.   Papa Was a Rolling Stone, after all. And while the groove sets in, we see – with retro credits flashing upon the screen – actress Taraji P. Henson as she suits ...

Terror: Limited Edition - Blu-ray ReviewBefore you press play on Terror, you need to throw logic out the window.  Don't think.  Just do it. ...

Liquid Sky (1982) - Blu-ray ReviewOtherwise known as the world as metaphor.  When you talk about originality in cinema, you best not forget to mention filmmaker Slava Tsukerman.  Tsukerman, a soviet born artist who moved to New York City in 1973, created something unique with the release of 1982’s cult classic ...

insidious last key artLook, if this is THE END of the Insidious series, then okay, I can live with it. After all, Insidious: The Last Key gives Lin Shaye (as parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier) more room to shine than ever before. She does, too. Even if the script and the directing is bit of a dullard, she  ...

Downsizing (2017) - Movie ReviewThe filmmaker whose body of work has often touched on near perfection, suffers a considerably significant stumble with his latest film called Downsizing. Alexander Payne, who explored the sharp contrasts of flawed people dealing with the most difficult of situations in  ...

Deep Red: Limited Edition (1975) - Blu-ray ReviewProvocative and psychological, this movie, featuring a brand new restoration from a 4K scan of the original negative by Arrow Video, is an incredible statement on the beauty of film as an art form. It is directed by a visual master of the macabre and, unrestrained with astounding ...

Jumanji (2017) - Blu-ray ReviewThe rhinos are back! And so are the laughs, as we have the rare sequel that actually works because it dares to do something a bit different with our expectations. Not that anything in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is all that intelligent, mind you, but the charm from the  ...

Full Moon High (1982) - Blu-ray ReviewThis is the story of one teenager who has an itch that, because of what he has become, he won’t ever stop itching. Full Moon High, now on blu-ray thanks to Scream Factory, might never live up to its potential but it certainly knows how to have a howling good time while it runs ...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Blu-ray Review“This is not going to go the way you think.” –Luke Skywalker. Never has a line from one of these films so succinctly encapsulated the adventure you are about to witness. This second part of the third trilogy of the Star Wars saga is going to take your expectations and throw  ...

Superbeast (1972) - Blu-ray ReviewRob Zombie’s “ragged they come and the ragged they kill” opening line of his own take on Superbeast scored big numbers for him back in 1998. Hell, it still does to this day; the song is now regarded as one of his best. His homage to this wacky B-movie, now making its ...

The DIsaster Artist - Movie ReviewWow.  Wow. Wow.  And, again, WOW. If the side-by-side comparisons at the end of this movie don’t convince you of James Franco’s deep understanding of the wacky world of writer/director Tommy Wiseau, then I don’t know what will. The Disaster Artist isn’t mockery. ...

 

Enigma Rosso AKA Red Rings of Fear (1978) - Blu-ray ReviewThis is a film in which a rollercoaster becomes an interrogation scene.  Effectively shot and all sorts of dangerous, Enigma Rosso has arrived.  Ah, the student body. A little less noise, girls. Keep it down. Keep. It. Down. ...

Denial - Movie ReviewWhen most people hear the word “history,” they think of a dry, boring subject full of dull facts to memorize. But that’s not the impression you get from Denial, based on the true story of a historian in the 1990s who takes on a Holocaust denier in court. Deborah Lipstadt (Rachel Wiesz)  ...

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