blu-ray review

  1. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Night of the Lepus Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Night of the Lepus Blu-ray Review Long regarded as one of the worst films ever made, Night of the Lepus finally makes its way to Blu-ray courtesy of Scream Factory. [review]
  2. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Pacific Rim: Uprising Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Pacific Rim: Uprising Blu-ray Review The highly-anticipated follow-up to Guillermo del Toro's giant robots versus giant monsters fan favorite, Pacific Rim: Uprising is a bit of a disappointment, with co-writer and director Steven S. DeKnight taking the saga into more familiar...
  3. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Early Man Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Early Man Blu-ray Review Aardman Animation’s latest feature, Early Man¸ arrived with little fanfare in US theatres this past February, dwarfed by the runaway hit Marvel’s Black Panther and grossing just under $9 million domestically. Lionsgate brings the film to Blu-ray with an...
  4. Sam Posten

    UHD Review Dirty Grandpa - UHD Review

    Sam Posten Dirty Grandpa - UHD Review Jason Kelly (Zak Efron) is tasked with bringing his recently widowed grandfather Dick Kelly (Robert De Niro) home to Florida. Jason is already uptight over his imminent nuptials to fiance Meredith (Julianne Hough) and work pressure from dad David...
  5. Todd Erwin

    Blu-ray Review Peter Pan Signature Collection Blu-ray Review

    Todd Erwin Peter Pan Signature Collection Blu-ray Review Disney’s classic animated feature from 1953, Peter Pan, returns on Blu-ray sporting the same transfer as before, adding a handful of new special features and including most of the archival features. [review]
  6. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Maze Runner: The Death Cure Blu-Ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Maze Runner: The Death Cure Blu-Ray Review If you can get past the unconvincing central premise (of an evil corporation spending what must have been billions on elaborate Maze facilities and tests for potential cure-holding youth), there’s enough to invest in and like from...
  7. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review Molly's Game Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    Kevin EK Molly's Game Blu-ray Review - Recommended Molly’s Game plays some very interesting cards on Blu-ray . [review]
  8. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review Phantom Thread Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    Kevin EK Phantom Thread Blu-ray Review - Recommended Phantom Thread stitches some fine performances into the fabric on Blu-ray . [review]
  9. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review All The Money in the World Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    Kevin EK All The Money in the World Blu-ray Review - Recommended All The Money in the World unveils its ransomed riches on Blu-ray . [review]
  10. t1g3r5fan

    The Psychopath (1966) - Blu-ray Review

    Movie: 3/5 Following the unexpected success of Dr. Terror's House of Horrors at the box office, Paramount Pictures and Amicus Productions entered into a three picture production deal; The Psychopath, the middle picture of said deal, is a entertaining horror thriller with a solid degree of style...
  11. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review The Post Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss The Post Blu-ray Review The Post is in part a rumination on the importance of a free press as told through the prism of a particular and defining moment in America’s history. It’s also a story about the people who explore and define their relationships with each other and...
  12. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review The Greatest Showman Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss The Greatest Showman Blu-ray Review The Greatest Showman is a simple story of rising against adversity and reaching to claim your rightful place in the world. It tells its story at a lightning-fast pace that jubilantly sweeps you up in the joy of the world and characters it...
  13. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Legion: The Complete First Season Blu-Ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Legion: The Complete First Season Blu-Ray Review A magnificent mind-trip of a show, Legion takes the rules of filmed superhero media, crushes them underfoot, and rewrites them with a giddy confidence. It’s genius at every turn, with casting choices, plot choices...
  14. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Downsizing Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Downsizing Blu-ray Review “An interesting failure” is how a fellow Home Theater Forum member Jake Lipson described Downsizing. And that’s a fair assessment. There are wonderful ideas at play and a unique perspective in exploring those ideas. But the film falters in its...
  15. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review The Dark Crystal Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    Kevin EK The Dark Crystal Blu-ray Review - Recommended The Dark Crystal finds another healing shard on Blu-ray. [review]
  16. Kevin EK

    Blu-ray Review I, Tonya Blu-ray Review - Recommended

    Kevin EK I, Tonya Blu-ray Review - Recommended I, Tonya just misses a triple axel on Blu-ray . [review]
  17. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review The Handmaid's Tale Season One Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss The Handmaid's Tale Season One Blu-ray Review Politically poignant, The Handmaid’s Tale is compelling, heartbreaking, enraging and angering television. A superb production supports a top-rate cast, led by Elizabeth Moss’ outstanding performance. It’s a cry against the savage...
  18. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Blu-ray Review Branagh brings a real energy and lush flavor to his adaptation of one of author Agatha Christie’s most treasured stories. A dazzling production with a terrific, if under-exploited cast, the film is wonderfully staged. While...
  19. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Suburbicon Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Suburbicon Blu-ray Review As a finger pointing to the façade of the 1950s as a wholesome, morally unequivocal time, and the fallacy that the socially dispossessed (minorities, etc.,) were foes to decency, Suburbicon is able to make its point. Doing so through the prism of an...
  20. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review The Silence of the Lambs Blu-Ray Review (Criterion)

    Neil Middlemiss The Silence of the Lambs Blu-Ray Review (Criterion) Crafted with a gift for capturing the layers of complex characters, investigative pursuit, and the tightening screws of tension, The Silence of the Lambs builds its effective psychological horror. It is mesmerizing cinema...
  21. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Goodbye Christopher Robin Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Goodbye Christopher Robin Blu-ray Review A handsomely produced story showing the effects of fame and familial mistakes. Despite brilliant performances, the drama doesn’t always connect as deeply as expected, though the film still creates emotional resonance (through those...
  22. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Battle of the Sexes Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Battle of the Sexes Blu-ray Review Battle of the Sexes, with its fine performances, superb recreation of 1973 with period details and flourishes, and presciently timed story, is compelling if imperfect. It’s a fun watch and worthy of your time, even if that’s just via...
  23. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review mother! Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss mother! Blu-ray Review mother! is unmistakably an Aronofsky film. The intimacy with which he filmed and staged the entire production contains, unassailably, his signature. His best work comes when he grapples with things he wants to make sense of. You find it in his...
  24. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Hellraiser (Arrow)

    Neil Middlemiss Hellraiser (Arrow) Blu-ray Review As an admirer of horror films of all shapes and sizes, Hellraiser is certainly one of the very best. Its sequels have been a series of increasingly diluted and evermore generic episodes that capitalized on the Cenobites and Pinhead in...
  25. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Dreamgirls Director's Extended Edition Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Dreamgirls Director's Extended Edition Blu-ray Review 10 years after it was the talk of the town, Dreamgirls remains a delightfully well-crafted film filled with rousing musical numbers and a fascinating journey through the lives of newcomer artists and established acts at a...
  26. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Children of the Corn Blu-ray Review (Arrow)

    Neil Middlemiss Children of the Corn Blu-ray Review (Arrow) Though failing to conjure up many thrills and scares, Children of the Corn remains an entertaining excursion into 1980’s horror happenings. The darkness that King seems to frequently see in the simple, innocent, and quiet life of...
  27. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-ray Review Transformers: The Last Knight continues the series’ proclivity for weaving in a new thread of the transformers history on planet earth, this time inserting the metallic race into the mythology of Arthur, Merlin and the Knights of...
  28. Reggie W

    Cold in July (2014)

    Title: Cold in July (2014) Tagline: How many men can one bullet kill? Genre: Drama, Thriller Director: Jim Mickle Release: 2014-05-23 Runtime: 109 Plot: While investigating noises in his house one balmy Texas night in 1989, Richard Dane puts a bullet in the brain of a low-life...
  29. Neil Middlemiss

    Blu-ray Review Ghost in the Shell Blu-ray Review

    Neil Middlemiss Ghost in the Shell Blu-ray Review Ghost in the Shell is an ambitious, stylized, visually impressive film with a good cast. While it may not have satisfactorily explored the moral questions of who we are and what makes us human, it makes a genuinely earnest attempt at probing...
  30. Kevin EK

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

    Kevin EK A League of Their Own 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Review A League of Their Own hits a ground rule double on Blu-ray. [review]