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 […]
While his buddy Dean Martin was raking in the bucks doing a series of Matt Helm spy spoofs (and earning a spot in the top ten box-office stars for two straight years), Frank Sinatra tried a traditional detective mystery series with two films as Tony Rome, Marvin H. Albert’s private […]
In its second season, Star Wars Rebels offers a now familiar set of adventures for fans of the Force (young apprentice being trained by a Jedi master while enjoying the camaraderie and support of an eclectic group of friends).
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – The Jungle Book – 2016 – Chimes at Midnight – 1965 – Me Before You – 2016 – Destiny – 1921 – Disco Godfather – 1979 – Night Manager – 2016 […]
A labor of love for its director, Sam Peckinpah’s Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is a difficult movie to love for some of the rest of us.
Arnold Laven’s The Glory Guys combines a slice-of-life look at post-Civil War cavalry duty with a fictional preparation for what would turn out to be Custer’s Last Stand.
Probably the weakest of the NCIS series, NCIS: Los Angeles continues along its loud and violent path for its seventh season.
The cover says The Huntsman: Winter’s War is “the story before Snow White,” and that is only partially true, as this new film takes place before and after the previous film, offering something of an origin story for Hunstman Eric (Chris Hemsworth) during its first act, giving us the story of […]
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.
Orson Welles’ remarkable meshing and mangling of five Shakespearean plays to achieve the story of Sir John Falstaff makes Chimes at Midnight one of his most unusual and ambitious cinematic enterprises.
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.
Season Three of Endeavour offers two cracking good mysteries and two fair ones to balance out an average season for the show.