Before the Flood DVD Review

A documentary which offers enlightened perspectives on global warming and the necessity for using sustainable energy, Fisher Stevens’ Before the Flood delivers its message with facts at the forefront and emotions tempered and reasonable.

The Founder Blu-ray Review

Michael Keaton was was largely ignored by the Academy for his role as Ray Kroc in The Founder , which was a shame, as it is probably his best performance of his career. The film is a fascinating story of how the McDonald brothers revolutionized the food industry and how one man made […]

Blackbeard’s Ghost Blu-ray Review

Robert Stevenson’s silly, rambunctious fantasy comedy Blackbeard’s Ghost continues the good-natured spirit of Walt Disney’s family comedies of the 1960s even if the movie’s premise sometimes doesn’t paint its characters with much intelligence and the goal seems always that slapstick be the order of the day.

Weekly RoundUp 4-18-2017

Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Split – 2016 – Woman of the Year – 1942 – Sleepless – 2017 – A Farewell to Arms – 1957 – Spencer’s Mountain – 1963   – Broken Arrow – […]

Monster Trucks Paramount Event

In anticipation of this week’s Blu-ray release of Monster Trucks, Home Theater Forum was invited to a press event at the Paramount backlot on March 29th. This event focused on the real people and trucks used for Chris Wedge’s movie, which gets a surprising amount of mileage out of traditional […]

Bigger Fatter Liar DVD Review

An update on the original Big Fat Liar with a new cast but the same basic scenario, Ron Oliver’s Bigger Fatter Liar doesn’t improve on the original farce in any way with its strained slapstick and cartoonish characters emerging as more irritating than ingratiating.

Ocean Waves Blu-ray Review

Something of an experiment with younger filmmakers under the Studio Ghibli banner, Ocean Waves is an animated feature originally made for television, a teen drama veering away from the often fantasy-laden worlds created by the great Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki and focusing more on real life adolescent trials and tribulations.

Sleepless Blu-ray Review

Relentless action scenes don’t count for much when the plot is a jumble and the nearness to reality is too far away to be ascertained, and that’s what you’ll get with Baran bo Odar’s Sleepless.

Lion Blu-ray Review

Nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Lion tells the moving and compelling story of a young boy who becomes lost in India, adopted by Australian parents, and as a grown man seeks to find his birth mother and family.

Hidden Figures UHD Review

Theodore Melfi’s Hidden Figures brings to light the incredibly impressive achievements of three little known African-American women who contributed mightily to America’s efforts in space exploration.

Samsung Profits Estimated To Be Best In Four Years

Samsung Electronics posted its best quarterly profit in nearly four years despite its de-facto boss going to trial in a political corruption scandal and taking a faulty phone model off the market. From January to March, Samsung estimated a 48 percent rise in profits of $8.8 billion from last year […]

Split Blu-ray Review

M. Night Shyamalan has written and directed a psychological thriller Split that harkens back to the tremendous impact his early films The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable had on audiences.