The Secret Life of Pets UHD Review

The Secret Life of Pets takes the premise of Toy Story, applying it to our beloved animals who often stay home alone for hours every day. It’s an effective story and is fairly harmless for the entire family, but is definitely aimed at a much younger audience.

Children of Divorce Blu-ray Review

Children of Divorce, Frank Lloyd’s 1927 melodrama of thwarted loves amid the privileged, may have a story that reeks of early 20th century romantic twaddle, but it features two of the late silent era’s most noteworthy stars: Clara Bow and Gary Cooper, one whose career had only a few years […]


Moby Dick (1956) Blu-ray Review

John Huston’s 1956 adaptation of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick does quite a remarkable job retaining both the story and the essence of the book without being slavish to its meanderings and philosophizing.


The Boston Strangler Blu-ray Review

The Boston Strangler is Richard Fleischer’s masterful 1968 examination into the serial killings and subsequent investigation of the infamous thirteen-victim murder spree which terrified Bostonians and some of the rest of America for almost two years.

Weekly RoundUp 12-6-2016

  Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Jason Bourne – 2016 – The Secret Life of Pets – 2016 – Howards End – 1992 – The Neptune Factor – 1973 – 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs – […]

I Am Bolt DVD Review

An inside look at the career of the fastest man on Earth, Usain Bolt, distinguishes the new documentary I Am Bolt though, as with many sports documentaries, the emphasis is mostly on the triumphs without much of the agony it takes to get there.

Mechanic Resurrection UHD Review

Jason Statham returns as Arthur Bishop in Mechanic Resurrection, a sequel to the 2011 remake of The Mechanic. While more entertaining than its predecessor, it’s still a by-the-numbers Statham action flick.