The Maze 3D Blu-ray Review
The Maze, produced at Allied Artists with an obviously modest budget and brief production schedule, still proves to be a moody, involving little thriller, and the 3-D Film Archive has resurrected this shuddery tale with all of its most appealing...
Inferno (1953) 3D Blu-ray Review
Roy Baker’s 1953 drama Inferno has a lot going for it: vivid 3D, a memorably physical central performance, outstanding outdoor photography taken mostly in the Mojave Desert, and Technicolor which brings out the magnificent physical assets of the...
Those Redheads from Seattle 3D Blu-ray Review
There were only a few musicals produced in the 3D process during the Golden Age of 3D production, and this fact gives Lewis R. Foster’s Those Redheads from Seattle some little distinction.
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.
Passengers (2016) UHD and 3D Blu-ray Review
Passengers was promoted with an interesting premise, a man and a woman are awakened from hibernation 90 years too early on a journey to another planet as their ship begins to malfunction. The resulting movie tries to be several...
September Storm 3D Blu-ray Review
September Storm may not qualify as one of the great 3D adventures, but it’s a pleasure to welcome this beautifully restored 3D film back among its three dimensional siblings.
Moana 3D Blu-ray Review
A Disney animated musical is always a comforting and welcome presence, and Moana, put together by the directors who brought us previous Disney animated musical classics like The Little Mermaid and Aladdin, carries on the tradition proudly only now using CG...
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk UHD & 3D Blu-ray Review
Ang Lee's experimental Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk will likely be remembered more for it's use of extreme high frame rate and 3D cinematography more than anything else. The story is not all that engaging, with the...
Star Wars: The Force Awakens 3D Blu-ray Review
Seven months ago when J. J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiered on Blu-ray, there were many disappointed fans who weren’t going to be able to relive their 3D theatrical experience in their homes since Disney was only...
Independence Day: Resurgence 3D Blu-ray Review
The aliens are back and they’re more numerous, more insidious, and more lethal than ever before in Independence Day: Resurgence.
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Ghostbusters: Answer the Call UHD and 3D Blu-ray Review
Never has a movie received so much hostility and hatred from the internet, particularly from those who hadn't even seen it yet, than Paul Feig's remake/reboot of Ghostbusters. It was as if the pink slime from Ghostbusters 2...
Wonders of the Arctic UHD and 3D Blu-ray Review
Wonders of the Arctic is a serviceable documentary short produced for IMAX theaters about arctic wildlife and the impact global warming has on them. The visuals are beautifully photographed, and translate to UHD quite nicely, but...
Humpback Whales UHD and 3D Blu-ray Review
Shout Factory continues to release some noteworthy films created for IMAX screens in the UHD disc format, and MacGillivray Freeman's Humpback Whales is no exception, and makes for another terrific demo disc for the new format.
Captain America: Civil War 3D Blu-ray Review
As the culmination of three Iron Man movies, two Captain America films, and two adventures featuring The Avengers, Anthony and Joe Russo’s Captain America: Civil War is something of a masterpiece.
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