Theatre of Blood Blu-ray Review

With a cunning conceit at its core and a cast of the choicest of character actors, Douglas Hickox’s Theatre of Blood combines the genres of Grand Guignol and black comedy into a timelessly clever concoction.

5

The Jungle Book (2016) Blu-ray Review

Disney’s 2016 live action version of The Jungle Book is an ingenious, imaginative amalgamation of live action photography and computer generated background, foreground, and effects shots that are accomplished so seamlessly that its studio origins are remarkably camouflaged.

2

NCIS: The Thirteenth Season DVD Review

The thirteenth season was a tumultuous one for CBS’ hit procedural NCIS. In addition to the announcement early in this year’s run that one of its original cast members would be leaving at the end of the season, the show’s writers gave almost every series regular bombshells for their characters […]

Weekly RoundUp 8-23-2016

  Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – The Huntsman: WInter’s War – 2016 – 3 Bad Men – 1926 – Roots – 2016 – Wiener-Dog – 2016 – Weiner – 2016 – A Taste of Honey – […]

The Tiger Blu-ray Review

The Tiger, from South Korean director Park Hoon-Jung, tells a highly fictionalized story around a rather depressing fact — wild tigers are no longer found on the Korean Peninsula after decades of hunting and habitat destruction.

The Ox-Bow Incident Blu-ray Review

One of the greatest westerns ever made, William Wellman’s The Ox-Bow Incident is more accurately a thinking man’s drama in western trappings, a morality play where the forces of good and evil don’t wear black or white hats but rather resemble ordinary people like us.

99 River Street Blu-ray Review

Phil Karlson’s 99 River Street is a tough, terse little film noir with enough unique touches and a cast of sterling players that elevate it above its meager budget and backlot sensibilities into a forceful and dynamic crime melodrama.

A Taste of Honey Blu-ray Review

A somber, poignant drama of ordinary lives playing out through an extraordinary film, Tony Richardson’s A Taste of Honey offers a raft of accomplished performances and a rare first look at modern British cinema taking a shift into a new direction.