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. Discuss in the forums.
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. Discuss […]
Michael Mann’s cult thriller Manhunter not only introduced audiences to Hannibal Lecktor (as spelled in this film), but also to the use of FBI forensics and the use of profiling to help identify a suspect. Although initially a box office disappointment, thanks mostly to a bad marketing campaign by the film’s […]
There are a couple of genuinely creepy moments in William Castle’s I Saw What You Did, moments that don’t rely on skeletons flying overhead in a theater, electronic shocks delivered on cue, or a viewer card which can erase the ghosts from the screen for the faint of heart. Discuss […]
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXXV offers up four more episodes new to DVD, but are not exactly representative of the series at its best. Discuss in the forums.
Strother Martin shines as mad scientist Dr. Carl Stoner, wanting to save the human race by helping them “evolve” into cobras in Sssssss, the last of the drive-in double bills from Universal in 1973. Discuss in the forums.