When it comes to home theater, I’m probably one of the more budget-conscious people you’d ever meet. I’ve been involved in home theater since 1985, before there really was such a thing, connecting my Beta HiFi VCR to my bookshelf system, and adding rear speakers using the audio out on […]
In an effort to stretch more miles out of its Monster High franchise, Mattel has created a new origin story for its creation in Welcome to Monster High.
A typical raunch-infested comedy with all of the predictable twists and turns that such films always include, Jake Szymanski’s Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates offers fine performers doing improvisational riffs in scene after scene and hoping they paste together to make a releasable movie.
One of the most popular video game franchises of all time comes to the big screen in a big way, but for many, it is too much at once.
Sony celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth with a beautifully restored 4K UHD edition that will certainly please fans of the film.
A decidedly offbeat change of pace for star Charles Bronson, Frank D. Gilroy’s From Noon Till Three works in fits and starts, a love story that passes into legend with some unquestionably nasty aftereffects.
The 1979 television miniseries Salem’s Lot was only the second filmed adaptation of a Stephen King novel (following Brian De Palma’s film of Carrie from 1976). While its made for TV budget imposed certain limitations on the production, Producer Richard Kobritz wisely offered the project to Director Tobe Hooper who had shown a knack for […]
The 1990 miniseries of Stephen King’s It took on the daunting task of adapting the massive (>1100 pages in my paperback edition) and massively popular (14 weeks at the top of The New York Times Best Sellers list in 1986 and 1987) novel into a two episode miniseries. It was a ratings […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Valley of the Dolls – 1967 – Warcraft – 2016 – Private Lessons – 1981 – Central Intelligence – 2016 – Blake Lively (The Shallows – 2016) – An American Werewolf in […]
The wacky adventures of the Pritchetts and the Dunphys continue unabated in the seventh season of ABC’s hit sitcom Modern Family.
From its opening song to its closing waltz, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is a perfect piece of screen entertainment: a charming (though definitely not cloying), stylish, and interesting version of Mme. LePrince de Beaumont’s 18th century fairy tale.
A grand and glorious network drama comes to its end with the seventh and final season of CBS’ The Good Wife.