New Study From TCL Reveals 25 Most Popular APPS For The TV

CORONA, CA – May 18, 2017 – TCL®, America’s fastest-growing television brand and leader in providing streaming content, today published the results of a new national survey* conducted by Ipsos on TV app usage, the proliferation of streaming on the big screen and the popularity of specific apps. According to the survey […]

Before I Fall Blu-ray Review

A Groundhog’s Day for the Young Adult generation with all the attendant meanness, angst, and sarcasm that quite naturally go along with it, Ry Russo-Young’s Before I Fall brings a worthwhile if expectedly familiar bittersweet message to its intended audience.

A League of Their Own 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

A League of Their Own is quite a well-crafted film, and the new 25th Anniversary Blu-ray will be a great way for fans of the movie to experience it again. Newer viewers to it may find that it doesn’t really live up to its hype – it’s actually a fairly ordinary film with occasional [...]

Underworld: Blood Wars Blu-ray Review

Underworld: Blood Wars is probably a reviewer-proof movie. It’s the fifth installment in a fairly successful series of vampire/werewolf bloody action pieces, and it’s made enough money that there will undoubtedly be another one inflicted before too long.   That doesn’t make it a good movie – just something that clearly has a fan base [...]

Weekly RoundUp 5-23-2017

  Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – Logan – 2017 – The Great Wall – 2016 – Those Redheads from Seattle – 1953 – Get Out – 2017 – My Life as a Zucchini – 2016   […]

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter UHD Review

Movies based on video games is a genre that sees more failures than successes. It’s hard to imagine that Paul W.S. Anderson’s Resident Evil movie franchise managed to survive six films, supposedly coming to its conclusion with Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. The film is a fun ride, with some nice action […]

My Life as a Zucchini Blu-ray Review

A story of damaged children, their fears and foes, their friends and families: that’s Claude Barras’ My Life as a Zucchini, one of the more delicately handled and bittersweet animated films of this or any other year.