Ah, power conditioners, perhaps the most reviled category of products (other than cables) in home theater. This isn’t to say power conditioning doesn’t have value, but thanks to decades of charlatans and gallons of snake oil, many people have come to consider power treatment a poor investment at best given […]
During the course of her life Carson McCullers wrote several provocative and evocative novels which take place in the southern United States and focus on characters that have trouble fitting into their surroundings. The Member of the Wedding is based upon her third novel, but was the first to be […]
Shout! Factory’s re-issue of Rhino’s long out of print second volume of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes is short on bonus features, but brings back two classic episodes and the first compilation of shorts from the series.
Henry Levin’s Holiday for Lovers takes a handful of talented, well-known actors and wastes them in a pointless domestic comedy travelogue, its narrative through line and eventual outcome as predictable as the rising and setting sun.
Richard Linklater, writer/director of 2014’s critical darling, Boyhood, returns with Everybody Wants Some!!, billed as a spiritual successor to his defining 1993 film, Dazed and Confused, and the result is an easygoing comedy and two hours that you’ll enjoy spending with a group of (mostly) likeable, funny and fun guys […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – To Have and Have Not – 1944 – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – 2016 – ‘Neath the Arizona Skies – 1934 – Miles Ahead – 2015 – Gun […]
In their first step towards expanding their stable of DC superhero properties into a common cinematic universe, Warner Bros. pits their two biggest franchise characters against each other in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This 3D Ultimate Edition Blu-ray release includes three different presentations of the film, each on a separate Blu-ray disc. […]
Mister Scoutmaster doesn’t reach the heights of hilarity or satire that it might have attained with better writing and crisper direction. Still, it’s a pleasantly sentimental hour and a half with one of the Hollywood Golden Age’s most eccentric personalities.
Many forget that IMAX was best known for its beautiful documentary short subjects. Flight of the Butterflies was like a trip down memory lane, meshing beautiful cinematography with two compelling stories told simultaneously. The 4K UHD looks incredible, but the real bonus is the inclusion of a 3-D Blu-ray version.
In what appears to be becoming a customary practice by Hollywood, the third and final novel in the Divergent series, Allegiant, has been split into two movies (the final film, now tentatively titled Ascendant, will arrive in theatres Spring 2017), and that may be stretching an already thin premise too thin. The third […]
The second film in the Divergent series, Insurgent, arrives on 4K UHD from Lionsgate. For those that own the previous Blu-ray release, is it worth upgrading?
Young Adult novels, regardless of the quality of their prose or originality, became a hot item in Hollywood after the success of the Twilight series. So it came as no real surprise that Summit, who hit gold with Twilight, quickly acquired The Divergent Series from author Veronica Roth. The first entry (and its […]