Though most of them come from the same director, there are plenty of horror/suspense classics this week worth buying before Halloween!
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This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases flaunt famous and unexpected pieces from accomplished directors.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases vouch for this year’s outstanding indie gems in both cinema and television!
This week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases include classics from the 80s and hits from the summer!
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a romantic Criterion release, a monstrous boxed-set, and the most quotable movie OF ALL TIME.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a superhero supergroup, a 007-sized boxed set, Kevin Sorbo as Abraham Lincoln, and werewolf-killing strippers!
This week’s offerings included one of the year’s better films, a handful of true masterpieces, and a box-set containing the best action series ever made.
This is easily the worst week for Blu-Ray Releases in a long time… but we at least have a great streaming pick for you!
A slow week this first Tuesday of the month, but there are some older, smaller gems peppered through this week’s releases.
This week’s releases include one movie box-set to rule them all…
Slim pickings again this week, but my top two choices rank easily among the best movies of the past year or so.
This week’s releases include a helping of several smaller gems, followed by some contemporary classics, topped off with an all-time masterpiece or two.
Slim pickings this week, but there happens to be a masterpiece or two worth your time.
This week’s picks feature a Criterion release, some 90’s duds and the best show on TV right now.
Some old classics, a highly acclaimed doc and a divisive indie flop line up this week’s top picks.
This week’s picks include an Oscar winner, an all-time masterpiece. and the movie Suzanne Collins supposedly plagiarized.
New titles this week include a smattering of obscure art-house flicks and a couple of pleasant dalliances down Nostalgia Lane.
Titles this week include ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin,’ ‘Coriolanus,’ and two Ingmar Bergman films.
‘Darjeeling Limited’ on Criterion and ‘How to Train your Dragon’ make for great mainstream releases, while ‘Leaves of Grass’ and ‘I am Love’ will satisfy the arthouse fans.
DVD Overall: C- Film Grade: C+ When I first saw Clint Eastwoodâ€™s Gran Torino in December of last year, I imagined it would be better to use as a drinking game than a film to appreciate (every time thereâ€™s a shot of Hmong people doing something stereotypically Asian, followed by a shot of Clint Eastwood […]